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Imagine Me

Imagine Me

Book - 2020
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The explosive finale to the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Shatter Me series. Juliette Ferrars. Ella Sommers. Which is the truth and which is the lie? Now that Ella knows who Juliette is and what she was created for, things have only become more complicated. As she struggles to understand the past that haunts her and looks to a future more uncertain than ever, the lines between right and wrong -- between Ella and Juliette -- blur. And with old enemies looming, her destiny may not be her own to control. The day of reckoning for the Reestablishment is coming. But she may not get to choose what side she fights on
Publisher: New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2020]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2020
ISBN: 9780062676429
0062676423
Characteristics: 450 pages ; 22 cm

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LoganLib_Dekotah Jan 08, 2021

I was excited when the author anounced a continuation of the original trilogy, however am disapointed to say these last three books have been a big let down. I don't know if they were needed and feel as though the came across so different to the original series. While the original series was character driven, this one was not, and didn't feel as though it flowed from the original story. It was nice to find out backgrounds for these characters, but as a whole I'd recommened only reading the original

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suhanim
Nov 30, 2020

SPOILER ALERT!!

I loved this book so so much, just like the rest of the series but some aspects could've been different. It just didn't feel as complete as a series like this should've been. First of all, what happened to Kenji and Nazeera? Their romance was barely emphasized throughout the story and I feel like there should've been more to them. Also, WE NEED TO SEE THE WEDDING. I am a die hard Warner and Ella fan and we need more insight on the wedding!! Also, Juliette should've killed Anderson, not Ibrahim. After all Anderson put Juliette through, she deserved it. And like why would Juliette have to cut her finger off.. not necessary at all. Apart from all that, it was still a really great book. Tahereh Mafi's writing style is just so amazing and I fell in love with Aaron, Kenji, Juliette, and Nazeera's characters. I hope she comes out with something else even though I doubt she will :(

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maryam3370
Nov 30, 2020

SPOILER ALERT: This was a terrible final book. I had three main issues:
1. What happened to the brotherly relationship with Adam, Warner and James? They were bonding in the 4th book but after that there was no connection. They were both in this book for 3 seconds! Such a disappointment.
2. Why was the Kenji and Nazeera romance not expanded at all in this book? The epilogue should've been from Kenjis perspective because we didnt get any solid moments between the two. The entire book focused on Warner and Juliettes romance, so atleast the ending should've had something about Kenji and nazeera. But nooooo. Why even go down that trail at the beginning of the 5th book, if she wasn't gonna continue it well?
3. ANDERSON DEATH WAS NOT EPIC AT ALL. For 6 books , Anderson's our villain and we dont even get a proper death scene where one of his sons kills him. Max's death scene was slightly more epic even though he was only introduced in the 5th book. It was sooo disappointing.
Furthermore, there were also so many plot holes and inconsistencies. Throughout this book, I just felt like she was juggling way too much and forgetting about all the details she forced into this book. Hence why nothing was explained. And making juliette a robot in the last book, seriously? Warner and juliette literally had such an epic reunion after also spending the entire 5th book apart (they were destined to be together because they kept falling in love even after their memories for erase, *rolls eyes*) and then they spend 2 seconds of the last book together. Like what????
Overall, the only parts I liked about this book were Kenji and warners child fights and kenjis jokes. Everything else was a complete bummer.

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Brittany005
May 16, 2020

(SPOILER ALERT)

Needless to say, this was NOT my favorite book out of the series. Honestly, I like this story better as a trilogy. However, I do love the way she writes and I still read this book fairly quickly. There was A LOT happening in this book. Almost too much? I understand she needed to up the stakes, but I liked the first three books and who Juliette was, where she came from and her purpose etc back then. This twist that happened in the fourth or fifth book with Juliette having a sister and there being a ton of other things that we didn't know about... I felt like it was a reach; a stretch that didn't need to be.

There's a quote for artist that says, 'Art is never done. You have to abandon it.' Perhaps this story should have been done after the third.

The thing I liked least about this book was that Juliette didn't play a driving force in the book. In fact, she was hardly in it at all. I found this frustrating.

Kenji (Who i love), did most of the story telling. And while I love him, I count on him for the comic relief, the best friend, etc. And he had a romance...but then it didn't get too deep into it... I didn't feel like there was closure with that. In fact, I didn't really like the way the book ended. And honestly, I don't know how else I would have wanted it.

And then James had a little role in the book and Adam might as well not have been there. And he came in at the very end as a completely changed person... A total 180.

And then of course there is Warner. I disliked the fact that he was a horrible person without Juliette. I mean Kenji was broken up about her being in trouble and gave in to the unknowns from time to time, but his character didn't revert back to three books ago...

Lastly, Warners Dad not being able to die and how he kept coming back from the dead... I could have done without that.

Anyways. sorry to be a downer about this book. I'm still processing.

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readanballard
May 04, 2020

Reading this book literally made me sad for a week. The ending is fine, but what happens throughout the book before that is just traumatizing altogether. Reading this book made me feel like I was having an aneurysm while my soul had a mental breakdown. All while reading. No, this is a good book, I can't lie, but it's heartbreaking. Just as you think Ella has no hope, IT GETS WORSE. AND THEN AARON, POOR AARON, OH GOSH. Just read it as fast as possible, just rip off the band aid. I've never read an ending of a book that is so wholesome and yet so disappointing in my whole 15 years of existing. It's a pretty good book. 11/10 recommend.

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