So many emotions I felt while reading it. Heartbreak, anxiety, despair, agony, exhilaration, laughter, rolling my eyes and what not. This book is a freaking roller coaster of emotions and I’m in love.
Things I loved:
This girl is killing me! Her emotions are so intense and she feels so passionately everything including even joy…
Her joy from being with Adam
Her agony over learning how touch is lethal to even him
Her heartbreak over breaking up with him
Her attraction and compassion towards Warner
Her growing friendship with Kenj
Her hatred for Warner’s ruthless father
Her despair over not being able to harness her power
Gah! Too much! Luckily her voice and emotions are too raw and touching to not feel for her.
My heart breaks for him so many times into so many pieces 😭😭😭
The poor boy is so tortured, and goes through so much physical torture just to be with Juliette, it breaks my heart thinking of him 💔💔💔
This dude truly is living breathing walking paradox. One moment he’s tender and loving toward Juliette and then the next, he’s moody, brooding and mercurial more than Edward Cullen and Christian Grey. He’s too much. Though he shows a lot of raw, human side to him, I still can’t accept him and forgive him for tormenting Juliette and Adam in Shatter Me.
My crush! Seriously if he was real, I’d stalk him only to get a date with him 😍😍😍
He’s so freaking cute! Gah! He has so much tragedy in his life yet he doesn’t mope around like Juliette, torture himself physically like Adam or tortures both himself and others like Warner. Rather he keeps his pain aside to help alleviate other’s pain. I love him, I love him, I love him ❤❤❤
Though I hate love triangle, the one between Juliette-Warner-Adam aren’t as bad as Katniss-Peeta-Gale. It has real intensity and reason to exist.
Juliette loves Adam
Adam loves her too
But they can’t be together because her touch kills him literally
Warner is obsessed with Juliette
But slowly his obsession dims down to passionate love
Then he begins to thaw
And now Juliette is a mess
So it’s complicated but relatable. And I’m happy that they all are multi dimensional characters.
So it’s mostly the characters and their emotions that run the mill of this book. Overall there wasn’t as much plot as it was in the first book. But I’m happy about this book. It shows the raw human sides of the characters, and it’s very relatable and touching.
Will be diving into the novella tomorrow, 😉