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Unravel Me is dangerous, sexy, romantic, and intense. I dare you to stop reading. --Kami Garcia, New York Times bestselling co-author of the Beautiful Creatures novels

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Juliette discovers how to control her power and learns the secret behind Adam's and Warner's immunity to her deadly touch in this electrifying sequel to SHATTER ME.

Juliette has escaped to Omega Point. A place for people like her--people with gifts--and the headquarters of the rebel resistance.

She's finally free from The Reestablishment, free from their plan to use her as a weapon, and free to be with Adam, her first love.

But Juliette will never be free from her lethal touch.

Or from Warner. Because Warner wants Juliette.

And Juliette may not be able to resist him.


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  • Broché: 480 pages
  • Editeur : HarperCollins; Édition : International (5 février 2013)
  • Collection : Shatter Me
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0062250930
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062250933
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Par Miawka TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 9 mars 2014
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A la fin de Shatter me, je m’étais promis d’enchaîner très vite avec les deux autres tomes. Parce que j’avais aimé cette première plongée dans l’univers de Juliette et que je voulais impérativement connaitre la suite. Me voilà donc ici, à vous parler de cette lecture qui m’a envoûtée.

Contrairement à Shatter me, où le début était un peu long, Unravel me démarre tout de suite. La situation l’exige puisque la base rebelle attend beaucoup des capacités de Juliette. Une guerre se prépare et la tension est extrême tout au long de ce second tome.

Rien n’aurait pu nous préparer à l’évolution du scénario développé par Tahereh Mafi. L’auteur a bien caché son jeu et c’est donc, véritablement surpris que l’on découvre Omega Point. Si l’on aurait pu craindre une tournure à la X-men, que nenni. Les aptitudes diverses des rebelles servent parfaitement l’intrigue sans tomber dans le cliché.

Mais venons-en à un autre point à souligner de ce tome. Je parle bien sûr de Warner. Froid, calculateur, ce personnage nous montre ici un tout autre visage. Plus humain. Qui est-il réellement ? Victime ou bourreau ? Quelles sont ses véritables intentions ? Tant de questions qui trouveront, pour la majorité, des réponses. Warner est un personnage complexe comme on les aime. C’est lui, le véritable héros de ce second tome. Si Juliette est un peu plus en retrait, sa Némésis prend la vedette. Entre Adam et lui, le choix est vite fait.

Tome de transition, Unravel me se révèle encore meilleur que son prédécesseur. Plus qu’un tome avant le grand final. Que nous réserve Tahereh Mafi ?
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Ce livre est tellement émouvant, comme le premier, car l'auteur nous fait vivre dans la tête de Juliette. Juliette, rejetée depuis son enfance par ses parents, ses professeurs, sans amis, sans pouvoir toucher quiconque, sans tendresse. Considérée par le monde entier comme un monstre et enfermée dans un asile psychiatrique, restant des mois sans parler à personne. Juliette effrayée à l'idée de heurter d'autres par son toucher, qui se refuse à haïr et à heurter ce monde qui ne veut pourtant pas d'elle. Qui se voit comme une abomination et qui au contraire est si belle, en dehors et au dedans.
Je lisais ce livre dans le train et ne pouvait m'empêcher de pleurer tellement les émotions sont brutes. Embarrassant!
Et dans ce second tome, Juliette doit faire face à de nouvelles épreuves et doit renoncer à l'espoir naissant d'une relation avec Adam sous peine de mettre sa vie en péril, ce qu'elle refuse obstinément. Mais à quel prix pour eux deux.

C'est aussi le tome où elle se découvre, prend de l'assurance en ses capacités, trouve une communauté à laquelle elle veut s'intégrer.

Et puis, il y a Warner, que l'on découvre sous un jour plus humain et pour lequel je n'ai pu m'empêcher d'éprouver, à ma grande surprise, de la compassion et des sentiments, tout comme Juliette. Tout individu peut-il être sauvé? Avoir droit à une seconde chance? Voilà un nouveau triangle amoureux qui s'installe. Le prochain tome ne viendra pas assez vite à mon goût. Bravo madame Mafi vous faites un travail magnifique!
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Warner, il est juste... Honnêtement, comment vous pouvez le haïr après ça ?!

Bref, Juliette évolue on va dire légèrement, mais pas assez pour moi... Elle est toujours aussi frustrante dans le sens ou, comme la couverture l'indique elle est toujours, geler. Elle est arriver a Omega Point, mais cela ne change rien, a part Adam elle ne parle a personnes, Sonya, Sarah et elle sont coloc mais... Elle ne leur parle pas.

Bien que j'ai bien aimer aux toute première pages de 'Shatter Me' la relation entre Adam et Juliette, a l'heure d'aujourd'hui elle ne fait que m'agacer. Juliette se repose énormément sur lui et c'est très agaçant car l'on sais tous que si elle le veut elle peut pratiquement réduire le 'Reestablishment' a néant.

Bref, comme vous pouvez le voir cette suite est très frustrante mais elle vaut la peine d'être lu!... Surtout que l'on est un peu obligée si l'on veut comprendre le dernier tome de la série.
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Par Ceridwenn le 9 octobre 2013
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Ce tome 2 très attendu ne commence pas aussi fort que finissait le premier et j'avoue avoir été un peu inquiète de ce démarrage un peu lent à mon goût.
Ceci dit j'ai vite été rassurée car le reste de la lecture est à la hauteur du premier roman!
Nouvel environnement, nouveaux personnages, le livre ne tombe pas dans la facilité, et nous offre à nouveaux des scènes magnifiques, touchantes, inquiétantes et sensuelles parfois aussi.
Juliette évolue et grandit dans ce deuxième volet, elle change tout comme le monde dans lequel elle vit!
J'ai vraiment hâte de lire le troisième tome
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Chapter 62! 22 février 2013
Par Lady Reader's Bookstuff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Oh sweet mother of all things good and evil. This story has my emotions wrecked. There are just so many feels.. It's almost as if I've been on one hell of a roller coaster ride a little too long. I may have experienced every emotion possible as I read UNRAVEL ME. Not only did this story cut way deep down but I was also able to see several sides of a few of the characters. It was like meeting them again for the first time.

By the end of SHATTER ME Juliette had begun to grow into herself and started dealing with the fact that she was a monster different... she was special. Juliette has powers and she was beginning to believe for the first time in her life that she was not a monster, that she was in fact a very special and extraordinary young lady. That is not at all the Juliette that we came back to in UNRAVEL ME. Within the two weeks of being at Omega Point it seems that Juliette has lost all self-esteem and reverted back to the frightened and withdrawn child that she was in the very beginning. Let's just say that I wasn't completely thrilled about this. I was am quite fond of the strong, independent young lady that believes in herself and when she's got that confidence she totally rocks it.

While Juliette spends her days hiding away from everyone and feeling sorry for herself, the rest of the people at Omega Point go on with their daily routines. It doesn't take too long before Juliette is put in her place and slowly begins to come back around. Now. That's what I'm talking about. This is who we all want. The bad ass Juliette. The girl who will not let anyone or anything hurt the ones she cares for. Now that we've went through a complete mental make-over with Juliette, we spend more time with Kenji and see a different side of him as well. Kenji was asked to more or less take Juliette under his wing, keep her out of trouble help her train and learn how to control her powers.

Kenji is seriously like a breath of fresh air. I totally dig that man. In my opinion the difference in him is like night and day from the previous book. Kenji is not only completely in control of himself and everything around him, he is charming, witty and seems to be quite the ladies man, if you will. I was super pleased that we were able to spend so much time with him. Kenji would be the best and most loyal friend to have. I was definitely jonesing for one of him to keep for my very own by the end.

We actually don't spend as much time with Adam as we did before. He spends his days and nights at Omega Point always in private meetings and doing super secret testing to learn more about his powers. Adam is still the most kind, and gentle man. He is someone who makes you want to curl up with and just stay. For always. His love for Juliette is strong and powerful and there is nothing he will not do to keep her safe. So, you can certainly understand why all holy hell broke loose when they brought back a captured soldier to Omega Point and it was none other than Warner. Yes, Warner. Mr. Cocky. Mr. I will kill you with my stare but I am just oh-so-so sexy that you are going to melt like ice cream on a scorching summer day Warner. Well, obviously this didn't make many people very happy. The tension was thick in the air and only held the promise for getting worse. Except Warner wasn't the evil man that they all knew and despised. Well, of course he was, but there was something different. There was compassion inside that ruthless man. Not that he would show that side of himself to anyone but it was there. He was just a man with flaws, fears, pain and wild emotions coursing through him. He was human. It was so interesting to see this part of him. He was actually enticing. And entice Juliette is what he did. Not that Juliette planned to see the side of Warner that was decent and almost human but once she did, she could not turn back nor could she forget. There was something there but did she want to face it?
Juliette has learned so many truths throughout the course of this book and the thought on everyone's mind is.. what path is she going to follow? Will Adam ever be able to overcome the one thing that could keep he and Juliette apart forever? And will Warner revert to his previous self, not caring who he hurts or destroys if they happen to cross his path or get in his way. I like to think the good that is in him will continue to grow because that boy drew me in and captured me like a helpless butterfly. And I liked it. A lot.

Besides the fact that this story is truly phenomenal, Mafi has created a world so unique yet so utterly frightening that readers can't help but want to read more. I will certainly be on the edge of my seat whilst awaiting the continuation of the SHATTER ME series.
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Pathetically Whiney, Dependent and Frail Heroine 20 mars 2013
Par Kelly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
After my excitement for this series had been rekindled by Destroy Me, I was really looking forward to Unravel Me. I was sure my dislike of Shatter Me was a situational thing; I must have disliked it because of the headspace I was in when I read it! And then I realized it wasn't Unravel Me per se that I disliked, but it's heroine; it's pathetically whiney, dependent and frail heroine who showed no little growth since Shatter Me.

Before I get into all of the reasons why Juliette has ruined this series for me, I would like to comment on the one thing things I did enjoy in Unravel Me. With its stream of consciousness narration, Unravel Me manages to succeed at being incredibly fast-paced, even though almost nothing is happening during its 400+ pages. I will admit to skimming over most of Juliette's angsty monologues about feeling inadequate, which means I probably skimmed over most of Unravel Me, but thanks to almost nonexistent punctuation in between Juliettes' thoughts, Unravel Me reads surprisingly quickly for its lengthier size. Mafi's prose, while definitely of the purple nature, is also quite pretty even though it rarely makes sense.

"It's the kind of kiss that makes you realize oxygen is overrated."

This is where I almost put the book down. I should have known then, but I was promised a world of delights if I read through until Chapter 62, so I persevered.

As for Juliette, I'm going to quote from my review of Shatter Me, since it seems appropriate here:

"For the vast majority of the book, she spends her time crying/trembling/gasping/blushing, all while adamantly refusing to understand how anyone, but especially Adam, could care for her. This type of behaviour I could have forgiven, had she shown any growth. But it wasn't until the last few chapters that she went from being a weak, ridiculously melodramatic and frustratingly insecure protagonist into one with the glimmer of something resembling strength."

It's surprising that I could have written that without my quotation marks, you wouldn't have known it had come from a review of a different book! Juliette has seen absolutely no growth since Shatter Me; the description I posted above is equally as fitting in Unravel Me. You know how I know Juliette is supposed to have grown? Because she tells me so!

"I've come to realize that being away from him has forced me to rely on myself. To allow myself to be scared and to find my own way through it. I've had to train without him, fight without him, face Warner and Anderson and the chaos of my mind all without him by my side. And I feel different now. I feel stronger since putting space between us.

And I don't know what that means.

All I know is that it'll never be safe for me to rely on someone else again, to need constant reassurance of who I am and who I might someday be. I can love him, but I can't depend on him to be my backbone. I can't be my own person if I constantly require someone else to hold me together."

But guess what she was doing ten pages previous to this enlightenment? Sobbing on her knees, trembling in fright, and relying on someone else to pick her up.

I understand that Juliette had a tough childhood. I understand that she was tortured at a young age and that there will be psychological repercussions because of it. I understand that this might lead to moments of confusion/angst/self-pity/etc. But understanding and believing are two different things. I didn't believe that Juliette was acting out of some deep psychological torment when she played mind games with both Adam and Warner. I didn't believe that Juliette thought herself a monster, and that was the reason she was so afraid to learn how to control her abilities. And I didn't believe in her inner strength because every time she was pushed, she fell to the ground, crying.

As for chapter 62, I was too distracted by Juliette's complete and utter betrayal to enjoy any of it.
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Selfish, self-obsessed Heroine that disgusted me 11 février 2013
Par Bibliomaniac - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
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It took me 8 hours to finish Shatter Me - it took me 8 days to finish Unravel Me. Guess that says it all about how I felt about this book - i.e. Unravel me is quite below par compared to its predecessor.

The reason this book did not work was because of Juliette. She's so scared and indecisive most of the time; cowering and escaping from her responsibilities and her power. The first 50-60% of the book is just meandering self-absorption and self-obsession on Juliette's part. All she's thinking about is herself, her own problems, her love life with Adam etc... The rest of the world can hang itself as far as she's concerned - or that's what it feels like to the reader.

Once Warner is brought into the picture again, the story gets a bit better. That is until she spoils it all again by not even trying to get information from Warner about the hostages. Instead, she's fixated again by her attraction to and feelings for Warner - and she's thinking about how he can keep distracting her from asking about her friends. If my friends were being held captive by a sadistic commander, probably being tortured for information, I doubt I'll be obsessing over how gorgeous Warner is instead of trying to get him to tell me about where my friends might be. Honestly, she disgusted me during these parts. Eventually, Warner is the one who proactively volunteers information about the hostages. She never even asks ONCE - she's never truly concerned about anyone but herself.

This is one of those books that made me angry, so I kept leaving it to read something else. That's why it took 8 whole days to force myself to finish it, to see if it'll redeem itself at the end. Sadly - it doesn't.
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I hate Juliette 19 février 2013
Par BookY - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I can summarize the whole book for you right here:

It's all my fault I'm sorry I'm so sorry I'm so confused confused confused I need to take some time to think about my feelings 1 2 3 seconds pass I'm still confused I'm so sorry It's all my fault. The End.

I've realized something - it's pretty much impossible to enjoy a book when you hate the narrator. I hated Juliette. In this book she is weak, pathetic and above all, SELFISH. No cool plot twist (there wasn't one anyway) or awesome supporting character (Kenji!) could completely make up for the agony of reading this story through her eyes. **SPOILER** The only times I liked her were when she went all loco and used her super duper strength powers, but those times were few and short lived. Then she'd just go back to her usual self-absorbed weepy self. When she gets shot at the end, I actually got a little hopeful that she'd just die and a different character would take over as the narrator. But no, those damn twins helped heal her. I hate them. Stupid twins.*END SPOILER*

My only enjoyment came from the scenes with Kenji and, to a lesser extent, Warner. Great character development for those two.

I hate leaving a series unfinished but I don't know if I'll be able to stomach the next book. I do want to know what happens next, and am a little hopeful that we see a better version of Juliette, but I just don't know. I didn't really like this one much.
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Beautiful, eccentric, and lyrical all at once 5 février 2013
Par A Book Obsession.. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Now that Juliette is finally free from the Reestablishment she had hoped her life would be a bit easier, but that just isn't in the cards. It seems that even amongst people like her at the Omega Point compound, ones with abilities, she still can't escape the stares of fear. It would seem her reputation has preceded her, and she finds herself unable to fit in. The only bright spot in her day is the little bit of time she gets to spend with Adam, but even that seems to be less and less as Adam becomes further involved with the Omega Point rebel movements. And there's still the looming threat of Warner over her head, as he is a man possessed and on a mission to find her. Her mettle will be tested more than she ever could have realized as she will have to decide just how far she's willing to go to protect the ones she loves. A war is coming and Juliette will be in the middle of it all.

Juliette is such an amazing character, which only became more apparent in UNRAVEL ME. She's always at war with herself as she tries to suppress a staggering amount of power. Not only is her touch deadly, but she has the ability to utter destroy anything with a mere touch. Yet, she doesn't want to have this power, she'd rather hide it and pretend to be an ordinary unassuming girl. Considering what she had been put through in her life, it's a wonder she hadn't turned hard and utterly destructive. She's so very vulnerable and incredibly socially inept, and yet she holds such an incredible amount of power at the same time. Take about an insane juxtaposition. Although I will say that I started to see a change in her, especially by the end of the book where she realized that she doesn't have to go into auto-shut down mode over her abilities. That she could learn to harness them and use them to help the people she has come to care about. She's still got a long way to go, but I'm definitely proud of the path she is on now. Once she fully learns to embrace who she is, she will be a force to reckoned with, and I cannot wait to see the Reestablishment get what they deserve!

After reading SHATTER ME I was fully team Adam as I just couldn't see myself getting over my utter dislike of Warner. I mean I really despised him to the point where he made my skin crawl. He was just so cruel and heartless, I just didn't understand how anyone could possibly root for him. Then I heard that a lot of people warmed up to him after reading DESTROY ME. So, I gave it a shot, but while it showed that Warner wasn't as heartless as I thought, I still didn't see him as a love interest at all. So imagine my utter surprise that while reading UNRAVEL ME that my opinion of him slowly started to change. So slowly in fact that this change of heart towards him crept up without me even noticing. So now, due to some rather interesting plot twists, I am a utter mess about which team I am rooting for anymore. It isn't rare for the to be no clear cut choice in a love triangle, but it doesn't often happen that my "choice" will change without that particular guy doing something major to dissuade me from his side. So imagine my surprise that I find myself almost leaning towards Warner when I can't even figure out when that changed started to happen. All I can say is that this is how love triangles are supposed to be written. You are supposed to be torn up about the choices ahead, and I really feel the need to tip my hat to Tahereh Mafi for the incredible skill it took to pull this crazy triangle off.

I am in sheer utter awe at the incredible range and mix of emotions that I felt while reading UNRAVEL ME. Between the love triangle messiness and the horribleness that is the reestablishment, I was constantly on the edge of my seat. There is just something simply magical about the way Tahereh's words come across the page. I mean the writing is beautiful, eccentric, and lyrical all at once and I can quite honestly say I've never read anything like it. UNRAVEL ME is an utterly refreshing read that is simply not to be missed. I know I'll be counting down the days until the final installment is released.
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