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(Shatter Me #1)

3.99  ·  Rating details ·  231,995 ratings  ·  24,189 reviews
Ninguém sabe por que o toque de Juliette é letal, mas o Restabelecimento tem planos para ela. Planos para usá-la como arma.
Mas Juliette tem seus planos.
Após uma vida inteira sem liberdade, ela descobriu uma força para lutar contra todos pela primeira vez — e para obter um futuro com o único garoto que ela pensou que fosse perder para sempre.[…]
Paperback, 304 pages
Published March 2012 by Novo Conceito (first published November 15th 2011)
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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-
I know many found this book to be oh so romantic, but I can't help but think how gross it was.

The writing:
Mafi's style of writing varies. Let me categorize.

This doesn't even make sense writing:

"I catch the rose petals as they fall from my cheeks, as they float around the frame of my body, as they cover me in something that feels like the absence of courage."

"He says it with a small smile the size of Jupiter."

I'm picturing this in my head and it's not pretty writing:

"Every organ in my body falls
Rachel E. Carter
MY PRECIOUS IS NOW SIGNED BY TAHEREH!!! I can die of happiness now <3


In case y'all didn't know, not only was this book optioned by Warner Bros as a movie, it has now been optioned as a TV SHOW BY ABC STUDIOS -with Tahereh as a producer.


This better happen. I am not joking. I am tired of great books (cough, cough: The Song of the Lioness Quartet and The Dust Lands Trilogy: Blood Red Road; Rebel Heart; Raging Star) not becoming movies or TV shows after they are optioned. Dear book gods (and I k
Whitney Atkinson
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Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker  Queen of the Undead
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”


“…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
Val Shameless ⚓️ Steamy Reads ⚓️
I deserve a medal for finishing this book.

Like, the Olympic gold medal in the Anti-DNF Games, people.

*Rant Ahead*

It took me three months to finish this book.
THREE. (Not 3, Miss Mafi)

Now, normally, I would have tossed this book out the window like an overwrought Silver Linings Playbook Bradley Cooper, being that I AM the queen of the heartless page 15 DNF; however, I find that I have a harder time DNFing something when I am 1) Reading a physical copy as opposed to a digital copy, and 2) When I a
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 scan the silhouette of my
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
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

You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog!

This was something...and I liked it.


Okay so the first 200 pages were like the dullest,cheesiest romance bullshit,like the level of cheesiness was above normal,and you know how I feel about that.I sometimes thought to quit,but god,I am glad I didn't.You know when you loose all the hope but then one things clings and you see the light again? Omega Point was that for me.Like my thoughts about this book changed 100 percent.There are 3

shady boots | #WatchPOSE
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.


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
Virginia Ronan ♥ Herondale ♥
I seriously don’t know why it took me so long to dig my claws into this book, but I definitely know that I don’t regret doing it! ;-)

“Shatter me” was an awesome read and I enjoyed it immensely! There were so many things I loved about this book and whilst it is true that many people complained about the writing style, I have to admit that I actually loved it.

“Hope is hugging me, holding me in its arms, wiping away my tears and telling me that today and tomorrow and two days from now I will be ju
Emily (Books with Emily Fox)
(2.5?) The lack of world building is one of my main issues with this book (even though it seems like things will be explained in book 2... a full book with little world building is boring!).
I didn't love the writing and the characters felt very one dimensional.

Kinda felt like another YA dystopian world with a love triangle and an incredibly pretty main character - even after spending over 6 months isolated, underfed... and the fact that she hasn't seen herself in the mirror in 3 years... Her bea
Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
I was going to take this down one star but I'm too lazy to change it on my blog so there!

Re/read on audio for the upcoming continuation of the series ♥

Picture by George Redhawk

Holy butt-crack! I loved this book! Yay! Another trilogy for me. I already have the other books. You can seriously go broke on Goodreads!

Sooo.. I think I'm going to have to add **SPOILERS**! Read at your own risk :)

This book captured me from the start! Juliette has lived in a type of mental ward for 264 days. She doesn
Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) 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
Aug 24, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink
Jun 04, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink by: Harriet ~ bookworm
Shelves: dystopian-scifi
MKAY. First of all. I actually liked this but I must rant.. I must... then I promise to go to book 2 immediately.


I swear, if the writing hadn’t been so awkwardly aghhh… this book would have been a 4 star book. No, it was not just the strikeouts and crazy reputations. It wasn’t even the unfinished sentences.

Please please please explain to me how you come up with sentences like this…

“He’s so wrong he’s so wrong he’s more wrong than an upside-down rainbow”


“He smiles with
may ➹
My first reaction when I finished the book was: THANK GOD IT’S OVER.

I fully expected to at least somewhat like this because one of my friends gushed about this series so much, and I was… extremely disappointed. I mean, what could I have loved anyways? The annoying characters? The love triangle? The cringy romance? The typical dystopia?

The premise was slightly interesting. The execution was Gárbáge.

First I have to talk about the writing style. Everyone probably knows about the absolutely ridiculo
Lia  (a paper pigeon)
This is gooooooooood.

I'm not giving it 5 stars because, even if I admire the shit out of the author's style and talent, the writing is a bit too pretentious at times (hyperbole thy name is Tahereh Mafi), and I really don't care much about the whole Adam/Juliette thing, which unfortunately, occupies a huge part of the story.
If you know me, you know I am a pro at ignoring ships that the authors clearly want you to root for.
I don't trust Adam and his and Juliette's feelings for each other are s
Sofii♡ (A Book. A Thought.)
Re-Read (11/02/2018)

I enjoyed it as much as I thought I would. I missed the characters a lot so I spent a great time accompanying them in this adventure, I know that it is not the best book in the world and I know that alot of people can't stand it, but personally, even though I'm aware of certain problems in it, I can't stop loving it. Shatter Me is one of those books that have made me love reading even more and will always be in my heart. I can't wait to continue with my re-reading in prepara
Megs ♥
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
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?
Jillian -always aspiring-
Feb 28, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Those who won't mind a character's voice built on pretty prose as a kind of coping mechanism
(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
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Cait • A Page with a View
3.5 stars. Ok, this is the part where I eat my words. I KNEW I would probably love this series if I gave it another chance at the right time since so many of my friends with similar taste adore it!! This was like my fourth or fifth time trying to get through the first book in the past few years, except this time I flew through it in a few hours like "whaaaaat was my issue before?!"

This first book isn't the strongest story in itself, but I'm seriously loving the setup. The love triangle works. T
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

I actually got through it. Full review to come.


I skimmed read this so bloody hard but here are some notes I took before my brain shit itself and couldn't handle the idiocy. The writing is beautiful, definitely but I hate both the plot and the characters.

So, without further ado, here are my notes:

- “My parents emptied their pockets of me and left me to evaporate on a concrete slab.”
- I hate Adam
- I hate Juliette
- "You could love me, you know.” H
&#x1f98a; Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk

“Raindrops are my only reminder that clouds have a heartbeat.
That I have one, too.”

Story ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Juliette was in a prison cell for nearly one year trying to survive her life in a dark, lonely room. There was no one to talk to, nothing to read, to do.
She only had a small notebook where she wrote down her feelings, her thoughts. She poured her heart out into this pages. The guilt, the loneliness of never touching anyone.
But then she got a new cell mate. A boy with blue eyes, that she remembered
Jul 11, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I read this in 2 days. 2 DAYS!!
Not bragging or anything, but for a slow sloth like me, that's a pretty good accomplishment, don't ya think??
This story didn't have a lot of pages, but for some reason, you're just compelled to finish it. Is this a magical spell? No, it's because this book was BRILLIANT. Mafi creates an entire world with action, suspense, crazy hot boys and all that shit.
Now, a lot of people said that they liked Warner, but for me, my childish brain fell in love with the first boy
Helen 2.0
Time for a Reread of Shatter Me
aka 300+ pages of Hyperbole
aka Juliette Whines for 3 weeks and I Endure It
aka I'm Really Only Here for Warner

This reread has been very helpful in informing me that yes, I do still hate Juliette with the fiery passion of a hundred nuclear detonations.
She speaks in riddles, to the point where any self-respecting reader has to rest their eyes & brain every 3 pages to recover. There's no way to escape this issue because first person narration - thrice cursed be
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Tahereh Mafi is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Shatter Me series. She was born in a small city somewhere in Connecticut and currently resides in Santa Monica, California with her husband, fellow author Ransom Riggs. She can usually be found over-caffeinated and stuck in a book. Shatter Me is her first series, with television rights optioned by ABC Signature Studios; Fur ...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.”
“All I ever wanted was to reach out and touch another human being not just with my hands but with my heart.” 4145 likes
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