Rör mig inte! (Shatter Me #1)
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Rör mig inte! (Shatter Me #1)

4.04 of 5 stars 4.04  ·  rating details  ·  89,103 ratings  ·  10,789 reviews
Ingen vet varför Juliettes beröring är dödlig. Och så länge hon sitter inlåst och inte kan skada någon är det ingen som bryr sig om det heller. Världen har för fullt upp med att falla sönder för att ha tid med en 17-årig, trasig och inbunden tjej. Svält och sjukdomar decimerar befolkningen, fåglarna flyger inte längre och molnen har fel färg.
Återetablissemanget sa att bara...more
Hardcover, 303 pages
Published April 2nd 2012 by B Wahlströms (first published November 15th 2011)
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Haleema
Beware of spoilers!

Oh, friend. Recommend me a book that is good. Something that does not treat its sentences like they're handicapped, something that is not over-saturated with painful, utterly nonsensical metaphors, something that does not contain a useless, befuddled pool of roses disguised as a heroine, and something that will not flip my brain upside down.
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What did you do to me.

The monstrosity writing:
You see, Mafi's style of monstrosity writing varies.

Let me catego...more
Marg K.
WARNING: The proceeding review contains some necessary & unavoidable spoilers. It also contains my honest uncensored thoughts, feelings, and opinions. I don't bite my tongue, and I really did not like this book. So, if you can't handle any of that, then I suggest you move along.

Alrighty, let's begin.

First off, I honestly did not think anyone could outrank Divergent's Tris on my Most Annoying and Unlikable YA Heroines of the Year list. I was wrong. Very, very wrong. Juliette from The Emo Dia...more
Emily May


This is not a dystopia, it is a romance. This is not a novel, it is a collection of similes and metaphors, most of which do not make sense. I originally gave Shatter Me two stars because that's my sort of kneejerk reaction to books I don't like, but after thinking it over for a while, I can't recall anything positive about it that would justify a rating of more than one star.

You're probably assuming - correctly - that I went into this book with low expectations. This is completely true. Any so-...more
The Holy Terror
I always wonder about raindrops.
I wonder about how they’re always falling down, tripping over their own feet, breaking their legs and forgetting their parachutes as they tumble right out of the sky toward an uncertain end. It’s like someone is emptying their pockets over the earth and doesn’t seem to care where the contents fall, doesn’t seem to care that the raindrops burst when they hit the ground, that they shatter when they fall to the floor, that people curse the days the drops dare to tap
...more
Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker
Juliette describing Adam’s eyes

“...perfect shade of cobalt, blue like a blossoming bruise, clear and deep and decided”

“…careful, curious”

“… 2 buckets of rainwater; deep, fresh, clear”

“…blue and bottomless like the deepest part of the ocean”

“…tight”

“…as tight as his fists as tight as the strain in his arms”

“…bottomless blue”

“…blue blue blue”

“…midnight moment filled with memories, the only windows into my world”

“… always shining the darkness”

“…two pools of perfection, open, honest, humble”

“…a sha...more
Kat Kennedy
Shat­ter Me, oth­er­wise known as: When Cre­ative Writ­ing Class Goes Wrong.

I am all for exper­i­men­tal writ­ing, for stretch­ing your abil­i­ties and try­ing to find fresh ways to express ideas. Occa­sion­ally you end up with genius, but most of the time you result in pre­ten­tious, awk­ward prose that stick in the prover­bial craw of read­ers. This book is that writ­ing. There are plenty of exam­ples that I can give as evi­dence – but I shall stick with two rel­a­tively short ones:

“His eyes s...more
Kira
This book was just awful.

Awful.

There is no other way to describe this book, but awful.

When I was about eleven or twelve, before we had the Great Garage Sale of the Noughties, my sister used to always sit me down and force me to watch this terrible movie called All She Ever Wanted. I watched that shit about seven times, and I got so abhorrently sick of it that eventually I hid it.

The DVD rack hit a status quo. All were happy. Until one day a neighbor took the first strike in the Great Garage Sale...more
Lauren DeStefano
Jun 23, 2011 Lauren DeStefano rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: The people. All of the people.
Each time I picked this up, I drew the curtain and turned on a lamp. In broad daylight. Because when I was reading this book, I didn’t want to know anything about there being a silly real world on the other side of my window. I wanted to get as deep into this dreary, atmospheric place as I could. I wanted it to be real, instead of the sunny afternoon and bright green leaves and flying birds outside. I wanted concrete walls and crossed-out thoughts, and creepy soldiers moving in tandem.

I read thi...more
curious little beastie
By the way, check out this fan made poster for the movie, if there ever was one.


Made by skellingt0n on deviantART.

I looove it! Exactly how I would picture a movie poster for this book.

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I read this book in one sitting.

For five hours, I read this. It was a school night and I stayed up all night. That's how much this book pulled me.

I know that there are many people who didn't like this book, some even hate it, but... Gah, it was just so awesome to me! It's definitely one of those bo...more
Zemira Warner
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How awesome was this book? Well,I am going to tell you. Pretty darn awesome!

I am not very good at convincing people to read the books I loved so I am going to write this review without any pressure.

Here are some arguments:

1. if you are (like myself) a fan of X-Men,you will love it,or else...

2. If you are (like myself) a fan of strong and smart leading character like Juliet,you will love it.

3. If you are (like myself) a fan of totally shagable and caring guy like Adam,you will l...more
Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!*
Okay, I feel a little bit bad giving this book a one-star review, for several reasons:

a) I won it from a blog giveaway. And at the time I entered the giveaway, I really wanted to read it because I thought the premise sounded pretty neat. Now I know I probably should have just not entered, and perhaps someone else would have won it and enjoyed it more than I did. But, oh well.

b) The author is only 24, so she's probably still got a lot to learn.

c) The author is also Muslim, and apparently a lot of...more
Steph Sinclair
“I always wonder about raindrops.

I wonder about how they're always falling down, tripping over their own feet, breaking their legs and forgetting their parachutes as they tumble right out of the sky toward an uncertain end. It's like someone is emptying their pockets over the earth and doesn't seem to care where the contents fall, doesn't seem to care that the raindrops burst when they hit the ground, that they shatter when they fall to the floor, that people curse the days the drops dare to ta
...more
Meg ♥
Didn't finish. I simply stopped reading this book today, and it wasn't because it was boring or anything like that. I just did not care for Mafi's writing style. The over use of metaphors and strikeout tools caused a constant distraction, and the book was just not interesting enough for me to want to struggle through something that annoyed me so much.

The book (well what I got to, anyway) read like a super annoying IM by a 12 year old girl that just learned what a metaphor is. Do we REALLY need...more
Aly (Fantasy4eva)
UPDATE: I stand up slowly, suddenly shaking with anger, hoping my legs won't collapse beneath me. "You think that because I am unwanted - because I am neglected and - and discarded -" My voice inches higher with every word, the unrestrained emotions suddenly screaming through my lungs. "You think I don't have a heart? You think I don't feel? You think that because I can inflict pain, that I should? You're just like everyone else. You think I'm a monster just like everyone else. You don't underst
...more
Jillian -always aspiring-
(Note: Goodreads friends and followers, you know me by now. You know that, even as much as I love a book, my reviews aren't always a resounding, "Oh my goodness, you need to READ THIS NOW! YOUR LIFE WILL BE SO MUCH FULLER BECAUSE OF IT!" I'm not that naive or arrogant to think that the books I love will be the books you love. Instead, my reviews are...chronicles of the experiences I had with books, and if that can help you decide whether certain books will be for you or not, then I'll be all the...more
tonya.
~Spoiler-free~

SHATTER ME by Tahereh Mafi is the story of Juliette, a seventeen year old girl who has been imprisoned for a dangerous and powerful ability she cannot control. She’s neither seen nor spoken—nor touched—another human being in 264 days; the only indications that she is not absolutely alone are the soldiers marching outside her tiny window and the screams the rend the night through thick concrete walls… neither of which are comforting. Her only outlets are the ragged notebook she kee...more
Kristi
Absolutely incredible. Shatter Me is a novel that I will not soon forget.

What makes this novel so unforgettable. If I had to pick one thing it would be Mafi’s writing. Her depiction of Juliette’s voice is utterly captivating. There was one question that I battled with this entire novel and it’s the same one that Juliette asks herself. Who is she? To be in the mind of a character like that was absolutely shattering! (Pun intended.)

This novel has a bit of everything. I wouldn’t necessarily describ...more
Phoebe
It was a handful of years ago now that I went away to Florida for graduate school. I was going to study poetry, though I already fancied myself a bit of a poet. What I hoped to learn most of all—and I'm not sure I ever articulated this to my peers there, though maybe I did, on some night obliterated by cheap beer and sweat—was control. Being a "master" of an art, I thought, is to tame that art—to control it fully, to have words at your command, to know when to rein them in and when to let them r...more
I am Bastet
This book is pretty darn bad. This book is pretty darn bad.

Oh, darn, did I miss the point of the strikethroughs?
Maja (The Nocturnal Library)
His touch is scorching my skin through the layers of fabric and I inhale so fast my lungs collapse. I’m caught in colliding currents of confusion, so desperate so desperate so desperate to be close so desperate to be far away. I don’t know how to move away from him. I don’t want to move away from him.
I don’t want him to be afraid of me.


Seventeen-year-old Juliette Ferrars has spent the last three years imprisoned. Because of her unique ability to kill a person with a single touch, The Reestabli...more
Alice Belikov  First lady Ivashkov
Title: Shatter Me
By:Tahereh Mafi

My Rating:5/5

REVIEW: This book is something so powerful it had me intrigued by the first sentence. i finished this book in a day which is rare on my part lol(slow reader) I loved everything about this book, even though it is rather similar to X-men and the character Rouge. Juliette was placed in an asylum after an incident that occurred and ended with the death of a child. juliette hasn't been touched in over 265 days until she meets Adam, a familiar face that end...more
Crystal Starr Light
Juliette Ferrars has been away from her parents for 3 years and incarcerated for over 260 days. Then one day, Adam Kent, a boy she knew as a child, appears. Thus begins an avalanche of activities that lead to Juliette escaping and learning to embrace her powers.

NOTE: I received this through the Amazon Vine program.

I want to clarify one thing, right off the bat. This is not a dystopian. This book is clearly a romance, set in a vaguely dystopian (i.e. highly stereotypically oppressive) society. Mo...more
Haya
Nov 17, 2011 Haya rated it 1 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fools
Recommended to Haya by: The hype machine
Shatter Me is only beautifully written if you think the following is beautiful writing:

“Summer is like a slow-cooker bringing everything in the world to a boil one degree at a time. It promises a million happy adjectives only to pour stench and sewage into your nose for dinner.”

“Hate looks just like everybody else until it smiles. Until it spins around and lies with lips and teeth carved into the semblance of something too passive to punch.”

“His eyes are tight, his forehead pinched, his lips his...more
eden
You should be offended by this book.

Due to Amazon's acquisition of GR, I've removed this review. If you're so inclined, you can read it here.

Reynje
Nov 06, 2011 Reynje rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Reynje by: The Hype-Machine

About those three red stars preceding this review: it’s probably best to take them with a grain (or a handful) of salt.

Because while I eventually settled on 3 stars, I feel like I’m being simultaneously rather generous and also meanly tight-fisted. Which roughly translates to: there are things I enjoyed immensely about Shatter Me, and things that made me roll my eyes and groan, so my rating is a total cop-out.

At an unnamed point in the future, when the world appears to have gone to hell in a h...more
Sarah
There is a new book on the block. Shatter Me provides a fascinating, if disturbing, glimpse into the state and status of popular literature today, the registers in which that literature achieves meaning, and what we as readers really care about. I think that we should give Shatter Me serious, careful and methodical consideration. We should pay attention to what it says and the context in which it is said--and examine it and ourselves, and the industry, accordingly.

The premise of Shatter Me is t...more
Tt (Never Ending Stories Book Blog)
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When I first laid eyes on this cover I was like "Holy Sugar Honey Ice Tea this cover is Beautiful!! " Then I thought how could I get my Mom to buy me this book?...... Lol, I know its bad that I used Holy and a profanity in the same sentence and I was to cheap to buy the book myself but that was really what I thought about when I saw this book.
I can truthfully say that I am glad that I (meaning my Mom) ended up buying this book for me because it was worth every penny!


What I liked:
This book was...more
JJ
Honestly, I don't quite know what rating to give this book.

Here's the thing: Tahereh Mafi is totally gifted. She is a gifted writer. There is talent bubbling there and I think she's destined for great things.

Here's the "but": Her talent is completely wasted on this novel.

I like metatextual playfulness as much as the next literary snob, but what I felt was a mediocre and crassly commercial story was tricked out in too many gimmicks to be any good. (To be fair, I also love a great commercial stor...more
Baby T-Rex
I got sucked into Shatter Me, despite its faults, because I was intrigued by the premise and wanted to know more. But despite an interesting setup and some pretty steamy scenes, the book ultimately fell flat.

The writing in Shatter Me moves back and forth between lyrical and distracting. Many of the metaphors make no sense and pull you out of the story. Also, anything more than 1 metaphor per page is too many in my opinion, and this book is just drowning in them.

There is very little world buildin...more
Jessie
Warning: Mild Spoilers Ahead. Please read at your own risk.

Actual rating: 2.5 stars

This is not a dystopian. This is a romance.

This is a book I've avoided for a very long time. I never had the guts to pick it up, afraid it might not turn out well. I'm glad I finally did, though. Not because it was amazing, but because I finally get why there are so many mixed reviews out there. I had my expectations for this book. I thought I was going to read something entirely kickass with an amazing storyline....more
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“I spent my life folded between the pages of books.
In the absence of human relationships I formed bonds with paper characters. I lived love and loss through stories threaded in history; I experienced adolescence by association. My world is one interwoven web of words, stringing limb to limb, bone to sinew, thoughts and images all together. I am a being comprised of letters, a character created by sentences, a figment of imagination formed through fiction.”
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