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Anders Waltz Waltz từ Yavaş Köyü, Çakıroğlu Mahallesi, 52410 Yavaş Köyü/Fatsa/Ordu, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ từ Yavaş Köyü, Çakıroğlu Mahallesi, 52410 Yavaş Köyü/Fatsa/Ordu, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ

Người đọc Anders Waltz Waltz từ Yavaş Köyü, Çakıroğlu Mahallesi, 52410 Yavaş Köyü/Fatsa/Ordu, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ

Anders Waltz Waltz từ Yavaş Köyü, Çakıroğlu Mahallesi, 52410 Yavaş Köyü/Fatsa/Ordu, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ

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As a quick review, this book is really written in simple form, yet stuffed with too many details, and kind of less informative as well. So, in such case I would rather watch it as a movie. It would be more interesting.

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I really enjoyed Shatter Me! There are so so so many good points about this book that I absolutely adored even though I did feel a little disappointed in the end. The writing, the writing, the writing! I think I may have fallen in love. Tahereh's unique writing style is definitely Shatter Me's strongest point! It was my favorite part about the book and it really did live up to all my highest expectations after so many reviews gushing about it. The use of metaphors in approximately every second sentence felt entirely appropriate the way they were used and I know a lot of people got annoyed with the lack of comma's but I found it strangely refreshing. The striked out phrases were truly an amazing addition to the already fantastic writing. Juliet, Juliet, Juliet. Juliet is the reason why Shatter Me failed to thrill me completely. I know being locked up in a cell, isolated from any form of interaction for 264 days can do bad things for your self-esteem but Juliet took it a bit too far in my opinion. With almost 338 pages of Juliet going "I want to die I want to die" over and over again and then continuing to cry cry cry, moan moan moan, gasp gasp gasp, I have to say I got a bit frustrated with her in the end. Not to say she wasn't strong by the end of it all, I mean shooting someone is pretty bad-ass, but her character just didn't cut it for me. But uh, Adam, Adam, Adam, oh how you make me swoon! Those bathroom scenes were so perfectly detailed that I felt the heat rising to me cheeks as I read through them. I love how compassionate and loving and caring he was for Juliet. A girl really does need someone like him! Add to that, their history together made the romance completely believable! Warner, Warner, Warner. Warner is totally hot creepy. Seriously, he's the main villain in Shatter Me but you really can't help but love him. He made the book for me. Interesting, intriguing, engaging. And that scene at the end with Juliet? I'm telling you, sexy, fiery, blush-worthy even if it was a complete shenanigan on Juliet's part. His obsession with Juliet is certainly quite shuddersome at times but without a psycho like him, Shatter Me would have fallen flat on it's beautiful, shiny, glossy cover. The other characters in Shatter Me were also incredibly engrossing. Kenji is so charming and funny! Rather reminds me of Roar from Under the Never Sky! Overall, Shatter Me may not have risen completely to my highest expectations but it's definitely a fun and engaging read. Tahereh's writing makes this book addictive, addictive, addictive! Plus, interestingly enough, the plot is starting to sound a lot like X-men of which I didn't quite believe until I finally read it myself. Shatter Me ended on a really high note so I'll definitely be picking up the next book when it comes out!