Summer Reading Reflection Essay

Submitted By rn2000
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“I have a heart, says science, but I am a monster, says society” (pg. 167 Mafi) Each time Juliette believes in herself there is another flaw about her that comes up. This summer I finished 10 books, the one that I enjoyed the most was Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi, #2 of the Shatter Me series. Juliette is now free from the Restablishment and society. She anticipates war. So does everyone else at Omega Point. She's grown closer to those at Omega Point, the one place that she can call home where everyone is like her, with abilities.. 'gifts'. She's finally free from Warner's grasp, but that doesn't mean he won't come back and try to find her. Still, she is cursed with her lethal touch, not being able to touch anyone or they’ll die on contact with the skin. Except for Adam and Warner; the boy she loves and the boy that tried to kill the boy she loves. Even if she can touch both of them, it doesn't mean that there won't be consequences. Consequences that, no matter how much she doesn't want to hear it, she will find out about.

So far out of all the books I have read in my life Tahereh Mafi’s writing style is the best, her writing is what gives Juliette her personality and voice. This book was a “just right” book for me. But even though I enjoyed this book I thought the first book of the series, Shatter Me, was more interesting just because the plot developed very quickly throughout the whole book. This book had a reaction for each page and by each chapter the tensity was