This novella-length digital original bridges the gap between Shatter Me and Unravel Me from the perspective of the villain we all love to hate, Warner, the. Read “Destroy Me” by Tahereh Mafi with Rakuten Kobo. Set after Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me and before Unravel Me, Destroy Me is a novella told from the. Set after Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me and before Unravel Me, Destroy Me is a novella told from the perspective of Warner, the ruthless leader of.

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Destroy me (novella)

Taherehh usually bore me, there for I usually just skip them unless, I want a quick read. Ratings and Reviews 7 87 star ratings 7 reviews. The writing is great, as always, and giving us the possibility to easily enter into the story and comprehend the characters. She makes some mistakes that hurt to read about, and she literally couldn’t make some of her decisions without hurting someone. Gone right through it. With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability.

Feb 15, Ninoska Goris rated it it was amazing.

I am losing my mind. Tahereh Mafi, you’ve already shattered me with your first book, and now you’re destroying me in a very good way as well!

Every day I feel sick.

The story of you, the boy with the green eyes and matching green ring. We get to see more about Omega Point, and we get more of Kenji, who quickly became one of my favorite secondary characters. Warner and Twhereh Warning: Because I was right — he is the most interesting character in this story, and my love for him was not in vain. And I still am. I love Warner so much: Not perfect, tabereh good enough.


When Warner searched Juliette’s room and found her notebook, I just kind of stilled and stopped breathing because I knew that when he read it, I was never going to look at the future Warner and Juliette scenes the same way again. No more of this old game in book three, please! Getting to see that there was destgoy whole different side to him was good. I admired her, envied her composure–her steadiness in the face of all she’d been forced to endure.

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Her own family didn’t want anything to do with her. I’m going to fangirl myself into a neck brace. I loved you from the very first page of your story. It is a place for people like her–people with gifts–and it is also the headquarters of the rebel resistance.

I have my feet planted too firmly on the ground for that, but I just want to say; After all these years, I still compare every boy I read about to you. Oh, you fooled me, Tahereh, yes you did!

It seems a tremendous weight to carry. And yet I do. You see, I love it when my heart is right. Why’d you have to go and make me like you?

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Warner is the complete tauereh. It simply is impossible to still look at him and see a cold hearted and sadistic person after reading this. I thought this was supposed to focus on Warner. She isn’t entirely inapproachable anymore, so some of this forbidden allure relationships between Juliette and Adam as Juliette and Warner held simply evaporated in the second book.


Tahhereh feelings about Juliette are so intense. Team Adam bitchesWarner is gonna blow you awaayy with this shit! And we see more connection with Warner, because Juliette is afraid of hurting Adam. And the evolvement of Warner’s character is a definite and strong plus! I loved your beautiful writing in the beginning, but now I love you as an author, because if you can write such different characters with such different voices, then you deserve all the hype and then nafi more.

I’m afraid this sequel didn’t overwhelm me quite like the first book. Who doesn’t want to read his POV? Dec 09, Aj the Ravenous Reader rated it really liked it Shelves: But deep down hahereh had feelings, and I loved the sound of his breaking heart.

Juliette was far too self-pitying in this book, I know she had valid reasons but I find almost every page she was complaining about herself or her future and eventually it started to irritate me!