Unravel Me (PDF/ePUB) By Tahereh Mafi Read Online for free.
Unravel Me Information
|Book Name:||Unravel Me|
|Series||Shatter Me #2|
|File Type:||PDF (Downloadable)|
|PDF Size:||2.19 MB|
|ePub Size||808 KB|
|Also Read||Shadow Me (ePub/PDF) by Tahereh Mafi – Shatter Me #4.5|
The highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling Shatter Me, written by Tahereh Mafi.
With only one touch from Juliette, Warner should have been dead. She is shocked that her ultimate defence failed to stop the one person she needs protection from, and she doesn’t understand his mysterious resistance to her killing might.
See our courageous heroine and her courageous companion, Adam, escape the hands of the villainous Warner in this exciting scene. The unlikely bunch of rebels, bursting with remarkable skills and abilities, become their safe haven and source of renewed motivation. Come along with them on this exciting adventure and learn to harness the real power that lies inside.
Juliette will finally have the power to fight back against The Reestablishment and try to fix her society before it completely falls apart. And maybe her new friends may help her figure out why Warner and Adam are safe from her deadly skin.
Action-packed and romantic, Juliette’s world will appeal to readers who enjoyed the Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard and the Darkest Minds trilogy by Alexandra Bracken.
Ransom Riggs, author of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, says that fans of dystopian young adult fiction (or literature in general) should read the Shatter Me trilogy. Fans of dystopian young adult fiction (or fiction in general) shouldn’t miss the Shatter Me trilogy, which is “a thrilling, high-stakes saga of self-discovery and forbidden love.”
Unravel Me Book Summary
Unravel Me, the second volume in the series, was released on February 5, 2013.
This novel really broke me.
I was at a loss for words for the first two days, so I couldn’t review anything.
So lonely and messed up is this novel and its universe. And yet, people keep choosing to live there. To see someone make it this far amazes me. Even whether they are rebels, soldiers, or simply impoverished people making do in the face of danger, we should help them. Just thinking about it astounds me.
Many people’s opinions about Juliette are negative. Many of the critiques I read portrayed Juliette as a helpless victim. Her life is a total mess, and all she can think about is herself. That she is so preoccupied with her own problems that she can’t see that others have problems, too. But I see her point of view.
Most of us are susceptible to this phenomenon. When we waste away like this. A harsh existence where it’s tough to discover who we are, much tougher to adjust to, and most of all, tough to deal with ourselves.
That Juliette is a tough cookie is an understatement.
Her life was filled with hardships. She had been treated like a monster her whole life. How therefore can she see herself as anything other than a monster? Who cares if she managed to get away? What if she finally reached a stage in her life when people started treating her like an individual? What happened? She lost touch with her humanity and forgot how to function in a social environment. Neither touch nor affection were familiar concepts to her. Rapid change occurred in her life, from monster to normal human in a short amount of time. It was just a matter of weeks. Days compared to 16 years. Not a big deal.
She finally connected with a kind, touching human being. That, too, was snatched from her. In a hurry.
For a little moment in time, she experienced contact, and she clung to that memory. It opened her eyes to the possibility that she was just like everyone else. She took a step back after realising that the contact that made her feel most human was also hurting the person she loved.
A popular saying goes something like, “If you really love someone, let him go.” You know what else? It’s like having your guts ripped out.
She isn’t any of those things, nor is she a monster or a wimp.
She’s a person, after all. Absolute humanity.
And that’s the most difficult part: saying goodbye to someone you care about. When he is the only person who has ever loved you for who you are, then yes.
Moreover, her concern for other people and for humanity is plain to observe.
One of the most courageous and powerful persons I know is Adam. You mean well, and your heart is in the right place. You are the most admirable human being I’ve ever met. You’ve come out the other side of the worst things that could happen to a human being and you still have your humanity.
In my opinion, he is correct.