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Unravel Me (Shatter Me Series #2)

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22 out of 24 people found this review helpful.

BABIES. If you've been with this series since the beginning, thi

BABIES. If you've been with this series since the beginning, this will satisfy your expectations. You won't be prepared. You won't be prepared at all for everything that is to come. I love Adam, I'm unashamed to admit that. What Juliette tells Warner about the type of p...
BABIES. If you've been with this series since the beginning, this will satisfy your expectations. You won't be prepared. You won't be prepared at all for everything that is to come. I love Adam, I'm unashamed to admit that. What Juliette tells Warner about the type of person he is is exactly how I feel about him. Not the right guy for a relationship. So many secrets, so many twists and turns, so many emotion jerkers. I finished all 461 pages in 3 hours 55 minutes and I'm hungry for more.

posted by Anonymous on February 6, 2013

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Not bad

I'm rooting for Warner. :) the first book was excellent this book wasnt as good but I still enjoyed it. To me the start of it was slow bc I felt like I sorta figured it out but the middle and end make me wish for the next book :/

posted by jeremysgirl on February 23, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2013

    Expecting more

    After the groundbreaking first installment to this series, i thought i was going to go into cardiac arrest if i didnt get my hands on this book. After waiting for weeks, which seemed like years, i finally got a copy and i was estatic and expecting so much from the author. But i was ckearly dissapointed at jullietes attitude, she turned into a cry-baby who was always feeling sorry for herself, she became so selfish and (spoiler alert) falls for warner, the guy who impriosned and tortured her rather than Adam, the amazing guy who saved her and risked everything for the sake if her safety, and who truly loves her with all of his heart. Nothing makes sense. I eas so aggravated while reading this book because its like it was written by a completey different author. I still reccomend reading the series because i think the first book was amazing. I beleive that everyone has a right to their own opinion. I dont mean to discourage anyone from reading the series, i just have some issues with the book. Reccomended ages 14+ -Rhiannon

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2013

    Kenji was the best part of this book. I read Shatter Me and enjo

    Kenji was the best part of this book. I read Shatter Me and enjoyed it, but Juliette was a pathetic loser in this one. It's okay to live inside your own little world in your head when you're trapped in isolation, but it doesn't work in the real world. Just like Kenji said she needed to get her head in the game and she never did, and this one turned into such a dramatic little soap opera with her and Adam and Warner who newsflash! turns out to be Warner's brother if that isn't cliche enough. Read this with my husband who got annoyed with the repetitive language 'failing and failing and failing' but it didn't annoy me so much even though I'm the writer. I know sequels however tend to be worse than their predecessors so I look forward to giving book 3 a chance and hoping Adam and Juliette work out the kinks in their relationship and conquer their obstacles because that is what real couples do and that is real love. Just because some handsome guy with chemistry touches a girl in all the right places doesn't mean it's real love. And I wish Juliette had the sense to recognize that sooner. Kenji was amazing though. Loved his character. He was epic. Did want to see more of Adam though.  

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2013

    Was expecting better

    I was really looking foward to this book but it was really bad

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2013

    Just really annoying

    This book is a huge disappointnt... i love shatter me, but this book was repetitve and shallow. The main character constantly rambles on about how much of a monster she is and whines chapter over page over paragraph about her sad self. What a huge waste of tweleve bucks.

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    Posted August 21, 2013

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