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Descargá gratis el libro Ignite Me - With Omega Point destroyed, Juliette doesn't know if the rebels, her friends, or even Adam are alive. But that won't keep her. Home>; YOUNG ADULT FICTION>; Dystopian >; Fracture Me - EPUB Shatter Me Novella; Volume number 2. Fracture Me. by Tahereh Mafi. On Sale: 12/17/. Tahereh Mafi Author (). cover image of Fracture Me Unite Me. Shatter Me ( Series). Tahereh Mafi Author TBD Narrator (). cover image of Defy Me.
Yea, it was totally cool that he had Juliette imprisoned in his compound, mentally tortured her, watched her go nuts, and tried to force her to kill people.
After all, it was all for her own good. What did he expect when he acted like a controlling monster, made her believe she killed a toddler, and shot one of his soldiers in front of her?! Why did he get so outraged and righteous about Juliette's opinion of him?! How the hell was she to know that the toddler she thought she killed was just a simulation and that the man he killed was an abusive prick? How could she possibly know those things weren't as they seemed?
After everything she witnessed and went through it was only natural that she'd think the worst of him.
If he wanted her to think otherwise maybe he should have told her exactly what was what. He had no right to act all hurt and pissed at Juliette's opinion of him. In this though he turned into a grade A son-of-a-bitch-idiot-fucking-wanker-bitch.
He was verbally, physically, and emotionally abusive towards Juliette all because she deigned to choose someone else over him.
And he never once apologised for his disgusting behaviour, for some reason he thought he owned Juliette and thought he had a right to abuse her.
He was awful. The thing that annoyed me most was that the Adam in the first two books and the novellas was a good guy — he was calm, reasonable, considerate, and caring but in this he was a completely different person. The change in his character was beyond ridiculous, I didn't buy it, there was no hint of Adam being a cruel, bitter, fucker in the rest of series so him suddenly being like that in this was nothing but manipulative shit just so he could look like the more rubbish love interest.
Why couldn't Adam stay as he was instead of being so threatening and abusive?? Why did his character have to be assassinated just so Warner could look good and he could look like a scumbag in comparison?! Why did the author have to resort to such contrived, lazy, pathetic, poorly written bullshit?! Why couldn't she trust readers to make up their own mind about Adam and Warner instead of spoon feeding us rubbish and trying to force us to feel a certain way?! Ugh, I'm so pissed.
The only reason Warner supposedly knew Juliette better than Adam was because he used to perv on her in her cell, he could sense her emotions with his powers, and because he read her journal full of crazy thoughts.
It was private, but Warner took it anyway because he wanted to finish reading it and Juliette did nothing about it. Why didn't she protest more? If someone stole and read a diary full of my thoughts I would flip the fuck out.
Yea, I didn't buy Juliette being all passive and cool about Warner reading her inner most thoughts. If Warner really loved and respected Juliette then he wouldn't have read her diary and personal ramblings. It was like he was studying her so he could groom her into falling for him. It was sick. Castle, James, Alia, Lila, and Kenji were all decent characters, I wanted to know more about them instead of reading about insufferable Juliette, Warner, and Adam.
And the female secondary characters that were around her had very minor roles. They only spoke rarely and when they did it was just a few sentences here and there.
Yea, not impressed. It was cringey and dumb. She was a clueless, crazy, idiot who was more concerned about her love life than anything else no matter what she claimed.
But when the Supreme Commander of The Reestablishment arrives, he has much different plans for Juliette. Plans Warner cannot allow.
As the Omega Point rebels prepare to fight the Sector 45 soldiers, Adam's more focused on the safety of Juliette, Kenji, and his brother. The Reestablishment will do anything to crush the resistance. The Shatter Me series is perfect for fans who crave action-packed young adult novels with tantalizing romance like Divergent and The Hunger Games. This captivating story, which combines the best of dystopian and paranormal, was praised as "a thrilling, high-stakes saga of self-discovery and forbidden love" by Ransom Riggs, bestselling author of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
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