Book Title: Unravel Me
Author: Tahereh Mafi
Genre: YA Dystopian/Romance
I read this book on the plane. The story is so gripping that I couldn’t put down it, even if it means that I’d have less sleep.
Tahereh Mafi’s writing style is very unique. The long sentences allow us to ‘read’ Juliette mind. However, as the story goes on, she gets on my nerves. I understand the dilemma, but Juliette gets so emotional it’s kind of irritating. I understand part of the story is about how Juliette goes through her struggle and her emotional changes, but it would be better if she could be more calm and logical.
I read the novella Destroy Me before I read Unravel Me, so I had a better impression on Warner as the story starts. Understanding his background helped me to realise that I’ve misunderstood him. All of us have a story to tell, and without knowing or going through others’ experience, we should not judge them. I’m team Warner now. Juliette is stronger when she’s with Warner, and I like that.
I really enjoyed the story and the plot is great. The fighting scenes are the best and I’m really looking forward to reading Ignite Me.