Shatter Me (A YA Book Review)


Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

Wow. I'm a little late to the party, but I'd heard so many good things about this series and this first book didn't disappoint. I know there's a lot of hub bub about Warner around the book community, but right now I'm intrigued by Adam. I also enjoy Kenji as comedy relief. Because the reality of it is there are some intense scenes and topics in this book. The style is stream-of-consciousness which I really liked. It's a bit clipped so it made for fast reading. I read this twice as fast as my normal reading pace. I found a few scenes disturbing (I'm a very empathetic, visual person), but I loved the characters and I especially loved the ending and really hope the next two books don't disappoint! In a nutshell this is about humanity, sense of self, war, corruption, love, and morality. 4.5/5 stars

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