Unravel Me (YA Book Review)
Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi
Just wow. First, I want to get the one minute thing I didn't like out of the way so I can talk about all the stuff I loved! I know Juliette is trying to figure out herself, but I found her to be a bit weak and whiny in this book. Kenji is totally right when he tells her she's being self-absorbed and wallowing in her self-pity. I also found Adam to be really needy and obsessive in this book, despite my love for him in book one.
Okay, now moving on. By the end it is clear Juliette has finally got a grip on herself as a direct result of Kenji's tough love. I loved all the insight into Warner and I cannot wait for book three to see how his relationship with Juliette plays out. This series is really hitting home for me the lesson that we are not our past and can change at any time if we truly want to and believe we can. I did see two of the major plot twists, but it didn't detract because I wanted them to happen! I reached a point where I couldn't put this book down and Mafi's writing really sucks you in. 4.5/5 stars for me.