Shatter Me book pdf download for free or read online, also Shatter Me pdf was written by Tahereh Mafi.
Tahereh Mafi (born November 9, year 1988) is an American author from Santa Monica, California. She is known for writing young adult novels.
Mafi was born on November 9, year 1988 in a small town in the Connecticut. She is the youngest daughter in her family and has four older brothers. Mafi’s parents are immigrants from Iran. When she was 12 years old, she moved to Northern California with her family and at 14 they moved to Orange County.
Mafi graduated from the University High School in Irvine, California. She later graduated from the Soka University of America in Aliso Viejo, California. She has varying levels of proficiency in eight different languages. She did a semester abroad at the University of Barcelona, Spain. During this trip she had the opportunity to fully immerse herself in the Spanish language.
Mafi explained that before writing her first novel, Shatter Me, she wrote five manuscripts to better understand how to write a book.
Shatter Me was released on November 15, 2011. Since then, Unravel Me (released February 5, 2013) and Ignite Me (released February 4, 2014) have been released. Mafi also has two companion novels to the Shatter Me series, Destroy Me and Fracture Me. The film rights to Shatter Me were purchased by 20th Century Fox.
In August 2016, Mafi released Plus, a mid-range novel about a pale girl who lives in a world full of color and magic that she doesn’t have.
In April 2017, Mafi announced another trilogy set in the Shatter Me universe, following the same cast of characters. The first part, Restáurame, is narrated from a double POV by Juliette Ferrars and Warner, protagonist and antagonist of the original trilogy. Restore Me was released on March 6, 2018.
Mafi’s next book, A Very Large Expanse of Sea, was published on October 16, 2018. It was nominated for the 2018 National Book Award for Young Adult Literature.
Mafi currently resides in the Irvine, California, where she continues to write. she is Muslim. In 2013 she married author Ransom Riggs. In March 2017, Mafi announced via her Twitter that she was pregnant. She gave birth to a daughter, Layla, on May 30, 2017.
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Shatter Me Book PDF download for free
One touch is enough. One touch, and Juliette Ferrars makes a grown man gasp. One touch and it can kill.
No one knows the reason why Juliette has such incredible power. She feels like a curse, a burden that one person could never bear. But the Restoration sees it as a gift, she sees it as an opportunity. An opportunity for a deadly weapon.
Juliette has never fought for herself. But when she is reunited with the one person who cared for her, she finds a power she never knew she had.
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It felt like more than just reading a book or enjoying a story. It was a total immersion in the spirit of a character posing as a phoenix.
The story begins in the mind of Juliette, a devastated girl. A mentally unbalanced girl, held in solitary confinement for years and waiting for the end. Her unpredictable thoughts are so accurately conveyed in the writing that I clearly saw her pain and vulnerability.
She really loved books that have such a crystal clear way of imagining what life would be like in her shoes. Each of Juliette’s revelations made me imagine what I would be like in the same situations. I have to say that she would be much more broken and much less likely to trust anyone. I can see the inner strength of her so well just knowing that fact. Juliette is automatically a character that I wanted to animate.
Then there is how everything is revealed. It’s a good build for every little piece, so in the end I really felt like I learned a lot about people and the world they live in. I felt a balanced amount of story, romance, and action from a girl. The writing was very well done. At first it was all chaotic internal dialogue and by the end Juliette’s thoughts had become so direct that she seemed to get stronger and healthier with each chapter just writing.
The secondary characters are also great. Adam Kent appearing on the scene and turning the meat on the story was well developed. He allowed me to see moments from his childhood to today. His brother James is exactly what you’d expect from a 10-year-old who grows up only on bravado and “but I want to.” He was really looking for some parental care which he found in his older brother. Kenji was the fun sidekick, delivering bites and banter.
In fact, it was hard for me to imagine Juliette being scared of Warner just because she is like that. She has nothing to lose, she has a power that should be able to protect her, so why this intense fear? The hate I could get, but not what I almost thought was irrational fear.
Also, I thought I had received an unedited copy of this book when I started reading it. I wanted so badly to break out my red pencil and add Oxford commas. Then I got it and it all made sense, so it suddenly became beautiful.
There is a great romance between Adam and Juliette. It happens to me a little too “easy”, but I understand it because there is a past and an understanding between the two. She already loves him very much and I don’t remember her loving him back, though I’m sure she’s acting like she loves her too. Although the fact that she didn’t say it (at least that’s what I remember) sure makes me think.
An incredibly well-written book that plunges you into the subconscious of a delicate yet strong girl, Shatter Me offers a good blend of intrigue, love, and trust. We recommend.
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