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  1. 4 out of 5

    Avani ✨

    Please read this !!! Makes dystopian urban fantasy seem so good

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steff Fox

    The Shatter Me series romanticizes abuse; click here for an ongoing, in-depth commentary about abuse romanticism in this series and others. | Reader Fox Blog | It must have been over a year ago now that I said I was going to be rereading the Shatter Me series in order to shed some light on the deeply problematic aspects of abuse romanticism that exists within the series. Well, I'd started but eventually lost track due to life and my desire to read books that were more deserving of my attention. L The Shatter Me series romanticizes abuse; click here for an ongoing, in-depth commentary about abuse romanticism in this series and others. | Reader Fox Blog | It must have been over a year ago now that I said I was going to be rereading the Shatter Me series in order to shed some light on the deeply problematic aspects of abuse romanticism that exists within the series. Well, I'd started but eventually lost track due to life and my desire to read books that were more deserving of my attention. Last night I finally started. I ordered physical copies of the first three books and the short stories that exist in between them. I opened Shatter Me last night and began. As of this moment, I have only annotated the first nine and a half chapters. It's interesting, reading this book again. I had enjoyed it the first time. Never in my life had I expected that the author would try to manipulate me into liking the despicable Warner. Forgiveness is important in life, for sure, but I don't think it plays a role here. There are some things that are unforgivable. And honestly? If Warner genuinely wanted to develop himself and become a better person, it should have been with someone else. To have Juliette degrade herself and regress entirely in her character development to the point that she falls for her abuser was disturbing on a number of insane levels. Warner's obsession with Juliette is terrifying. And I haven't even truly scratched the surface yet. I am baffled by the fact that people find their relationship romantic. I am deeply saddened by the fact that "broken" characters somehow are given the okay to horrifically damage their partners in the name of love. As if the fact that they love this person makes it okay that they hurt them in these ways. It doesn't make it okay. He did not deserve or earn her forgiveness. And once I've finished annotating all of these books, I will share with you all why that is. To any girl who meets a boy who was "broken" by the way someone in his life treated him, who gets treated horribly by this boy -- run. His brokenness does not make it okay for him to hurt you. His brokenness does not mean that he deserves your forgiveness. There are plenty of people who suffer abuse and do not lash out and abuse the people they "love." Mafi manipulates her readers to try and force them to like Warner. She creates characters and then manipulates them into unrealistic actions in order to push them in the direction she wanted, even if it doesn't actually make any sense to do so. In this way, I see these books as being very poorly written. But the worst thing of all is the fact that abuse is lauded as romantic in these novels. Warner may hurt Juliette and be forgiven for it time and time again all because, beneath his terrible acts, his motives are supposedly based in the fact that he loves her. Nevermind that time and time again his love is portrayed as selfish and only insofar as she benefits him. Like the novels, if you wish. But at least like them knowing the facts: Warner is abusive. Juliette and Warner are in an abusive relationship. | Reader Fox Links |

  3. 4 out of 5

    skylar

    i’ve read this series multiple times and i never get sick of it!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Junivive

    Shatter Me series Most creative writing style I've ever read. *** SPOILERS FOR THE SERIES AHEAD *** What I liked: • The author took a lot of license in exploring how a story is told and how to represent mental health and emotion in text. • Rather than simply explaining the emotions Juliette experiences the story includes poetic chapters to demonstrate it thematically. It makes the read way more powerful. • The crossed out passages is a very creative way to illustrate her mental health and the real Shatter Me series Most creative writing style I've ever read. *** SPOILERS FOR THE SERIES AHEAD *** What I liked: • The author took a lot of license in exploring how a story is told and how to represent mental health and emotion in text. • Rather than simply explaining the emotions Juliette experiences the story includes poetic chapters to demonstrate it thematically. It makes the read way more powerful. • The crossed out passages is a very creative way to illustrate her mental health and the real ways we correct and rewrite our thoughts. • The main characters and very well written. • The twists and turns of the plot catch you by surprise and each new discovery adds complex layers to the characters' development. • Warren is the bad boy you want to love. • The world building is interesting and draws you in. What I didn't like: • The second book drags. The characters seem much more focused on challenges in their love life than the war (though at least they are self aware of this fact). And the books feels whiny at times. The poor characterization in book 2 does allow for better plot and character development later through the series.  • Characters are often startlingly naive and juvenile which does at time take away from the story. • The author obviously has no experience with the machinations of government given the odd explanations of the way certain aspects of the government is run. For instance at one point the leader of the sector spends significant time complaining about how long correspondence takes and the stress from that but political leaders rarely answer correspondence personally. There are departments of admins to answer letters, set schedules, write speeches, and analyze logs. Only top priorities and big decisions would be brought to the leader directly. • Despite the amount of time the books spend explaining how the government works, the end doesn't explain how the new government is structured after the coup or who the new leadership even is.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Deelights

    Wanted to love this series. Thought it would get better so I read all the books back to back but sorry, it didn't do it for me. I wish I got to know the other characters more. They have so much more to offer and each of them have their unique abilities which we don't see used much in the books. I mean Adam could have been so useful in preventing many events from happening with his ability to disable powers. Warner and Castle could have used their power many more times against the enemies. And Ja Wanted to love this series. Thought it would get better so I read all the books back to back but sorry, it didn't do it for me. I wish I got to know the other characters more. They have so much more to offer and each of them have their unique abilities which we don't see used much in the books. I mean Adam could have been so useful in preventing many events from happening with his ability to disable powers. Warner and Castle could have used their power many more times against the enemies. And James? He could very well have powers and helped out one way or another, that would have been cool. I wish there was more action and less moping about, such a waste. Also, Juliette was getting irritating with her overused phrase 'I don't understand'.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    It was okay, I just saw so much opportunity for development and she just. Wouldn't. Do. It. I listened to the audiobook for this series because of the repetition, I needed somebody vocalizing it for me and honestly, the narrator did a great job making the repetition work. Three stars are actually because I wanted more. I wanted Mafi to go into more of the AFTER the climax of the final book but she didn't. It ended and the epilogue wasn't much to speak of either. I just wish she'd done more with It was okay, I just saw so much opportunity for development and she just. Wouldn't. Do. It. I listened to the audiobook for this series because of the repetition, I needed somebody vocalizing it for me and honestly, the narrator did a great job making the repetition work. Three stars are actually because I wanted more. I wanted Mafi to go into more of the AFTER the climax of the final book but she didn't. It ended and the epilogue wasn't much to speak of either. I just wish she'd done more with what she created instead of being like "yup, we killed everybody and the world was fine" like, Adam wasn't even IN the last book. Like, at all. A quick epilogue explanation does NOT count.

  7. 4 out of 5

    akuriou

    read the first 5 book 2? 3? years ago, can't remember what happened though, except juliette switching partners and picked the bad boy. then i finished defy me last year, also can't remember what happened. haven't read imagine me, and probably never will. because i can't recall a single thing. at all. read the first 5 book 2? 3? years ago, can't remember what happened though, except juliette switching partners and picked the bad boy. then i finished defy me last year, also can't remember what happened. haven't read imagine me, and probably never will. because i can't recall a single thing. at all.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Laetitia Kahamba

    if you haven't read this series yet, you are definitely missing out! if you haven't read this series yet, you are definitely missing out!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Georgia

    Throughly enjoyed, majority is very predictable

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Baynes

    Loved this series. Read it once in high school and again as an adult and it smacked both times!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    Favourite book series

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nyna Schweitzer

    I loved this series. I read it in two days

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tausha Rodriguez

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cara Sycoff

  15. 5 out of 5

    Yamini Krishnasamy

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ermina Shahid

  17. 4 out of 5

    bea.and.books

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mônica Braga

  19. 5 out of 5

    Julie

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jenni

  21. 4 out of 5

    Grace

  22. 5 out of 5

    Melonie

  23. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Lee

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  25. 4 out of 5

    Veronika Vegh

  26. 4 out of 5

    Madelyn

  27. 5 out of 5

    Du-B

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jenn K

  29. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

  30. 5 out of 5

    lavandabooks

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