Mar 9, 2014

Ignite Me(Shatter Me,#3)

Posted by Jenia. at 3/09/2014 10:01:00 AM
ignite me.
Shatter Me,#3
tahereh mafi.

Publisher:HarperCollins
Publication Date:February 4,2014.
Genre:YA Dystopian Romance
Format|Pages:Hardcover|416
Source: Goodreads|Library

☆☆☆☆




SUMMARY
Juliette now knows she may be the only one who can stop the Reestablishment. But to take them down, she'll need the help of the one person she never thought she could trust: Warner. And as they work together, Juliette will discover that everything she thought she knew - about Warner, her abilities, and even Adam - was wrong. 

 
I’m blown away by Ignite Me , there is almost no words how much I loved this book. Out of all the books, this was my favorite. Ignite Me had I run through so many emotions that ran through me while reading it. I felt more connected with the characters, especially Warner and Juliette, they seemed to be a main focus through most of the book. I finished this book in a day because I could not tear myself away from the book, at end of each chapter there was always was some sort of twist, craving for more. I wanted to see how it was all going to end for everyone, but especially for Juliette, Warner, Kenji, Adam. I was curious who Juliette was going to choose since I could tell that her feelings were bit conflicted at first. I was eager to see if they are going to defeat Anderson once and for all. There wasn’t a page, a scene that I didn’t like. 


Warner & Juliette : Though I became Team Warner in last book, after reading Ignite Me I am even a bigger fan, they have what Juliette and Adam didn’t have, even if she was too stubborn to admit it. Scenes between them were my favorite; they were filled with tension but also with desire. I had a feeling that Juliette cared for him, which she was afraid to admit it at first. All through the book I was rooting for them, I was hoping that Juliette realize that Warner is one who she belonged with. Warner loved her. Up till last book I didn’t think he could love anyone. Ignite me, the way that he was always so warm, always making sure that she was okay. Why else would he show up and make sure she was okay afterwards when Adam kicked her out of the house? The way he smiled at her, like nobody else in the world mattered. That’s true love right there. At first I thought that she would choose Adam over him. It came as surprise when she chooses Warner. I was glad to see him happy. Despite thinking she loved Adam, I believe that Warner made her happier then Adam did. Warner and Juliette always seemed to be there for one another and Warner accepted her for who she was, while Adam always treated her like she was fragile, who needed protection. 


I felt bad for Adam, but how he treated Juliette wasn’t right. I understand that he was hurt and angry but saying all those things, made me unhappy with him for a bit. I was actually surprised to see him and Warner reconnecting in way, once he found out that Adam was his brother. I was curious since the last book of how he would react if he ever found out that they were brothers. Would he still hate him? I wonder if he only hated him because of how he felt for Juliette, the bond that two of them had. There were so many twists in this novel, unexpected twists. That was one of things that kept my attention and kept me on going. Once I found out they were going to fight Anderson, I was rooting for them, I wanted Anderson gone as much as all of them. 


I am sad that this series is over. I can see reading this series over again. Shatter Me is one of those books that I will never forget, a story that took my breath away from beginning. I enjoying going to journey with Juliette, seeing how she changed. Everyone: Adam, Kenji, James, Castle, Warner kept her on going. Mafi has an unique talent and I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next. If I could give book more than 5 stars, I would. 

 I highly recommend this series to everyone.

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