Hello! So I am back with another spoiler-free review, but let me clarify that this is spoiler-free for Unravel Me, the second book in the Shatter Me series. This will most definitely spoil you for Shatter Me. However, if you’ve read Shatter Me, feel free to continue to read, but if you haven’t read Shatter Me, you should probably leave now. So goodbye!
And one more thing. You have to read the novella Destroy Me, which comes in between Shatter Me and Unravel Me. It is completely mandatory reading. There is a ton of character development for one of the characters in this series and you would really enjoy this book so much more if you read that first. You won’t really get the full effect of this book. So please do not read this book without first reading Destroy Me.
In the sequel to the fantastic first book in the series, Shatter Me, we follow Juliette who is now a part of Omega Point, a rebel faction that wants to overthrow the Reestablishment. But things will never be simple for her or easy. Juliette struggles with her lethal touch and the consequences it causes.
Her powers are evolving and with it, she becomes much more destructive than she ever thought possible. The thought of Adam should bring her comfort, but he is keeping something from her and she is desperate to find out what. As things begin heating up, she realizes she will never be truly free from her touch or from Warner who wants Juliette more than she ever thought possible.
Juliette has to make life-changing decisions between what she wants and what she thinks is right. Decisions that might involve choosing between her heart—and Adam’s life.
This book was freaking amazing. As much as I enjoyed Shatter Me, I enjoyed this one much more. Even though Juliette really annoyed me just because she was mopey and antisocial and could not do anything without looking to Adam for guidance, she eventually grew out of that and I really enjoyed her character much more when she started to become more independent. There was so much character development for Warner (as you see in Destroy Me), Juliette, and Adam. There is a war going on and there was so much suspense and action and romance in this story and I really appreciated that. It was gorgeously written and I don’t think I mentioned that I am a full-on Warner and Juliette shipper. And that totally has to do not only with this book, but also with Destroy Me. I just really understand him now and I want him with Juliette. Adam can go screw himself for all I care. All in all, a fabulous installment in this trilogy.
Love You All to Luna and Back,