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The explosive finale to the New York Times and USA Today best-selling 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.

©2020 Tahereh Mafi (P)2020 HarperAudio

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Performance was 10/10, story was 2/10

why tahereh mafi.. why ?
This book did nothing. this book was try pointless. i lost my respect for the author in a way. Because these last 3 books felt more like money makers then an actual story. im truly sad.

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Not for me

I listened to all 6 books in one week. The first three were incredible both in story and performance. When they switched to different voices it was irritating and the last two books seemed rushed, left too many open ended story lines and rushed to the end. Wish that the vibe from first books carried through all six. Idea of this series is fantastic

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Not my favorite, but still worth listening to.

It didn't feel the same as the others. Felt rushed like it was just written to wrap things up. Maybe it would be a different experience reading vs listening. And I missed hearing more of Warner's POV.

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Wow, what an ending!

I'm sad this series is over, but I love seeing how our characters end up. The journey Juliette has gone through is a roller coaster, from being timid and naive, to being a warrior and leading the rebellion. In this book, Juliette is compromised and it allows Kenji and Warner to step up and get more page time. I thought it was great seeing them bond more and work together to save Juliette and their friends from the Commanders.

I wish we had seen more of Nazeera and Kenji in this and I'm holding out hope for one more novella/epilogue about them and the rest of the group. I do enjoy seeing Kenji in love, he definitely deserves to have that bond with someone after all he's been through.

On the other hand, Adam has basically no page time and I didn't mind one bit. He's proven himself to be selfish and unreliable and I basically only like him because of James. I much preferred seeing Brendan and Winston's relationship develop, along with James being the adorable kid he is.

Overall, an amazing ending to one of the best series I've read. These characters will forever be etched in my mind. Thank you Tahereh Mafi!

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Loved Kenji's voice.

Loved the performance. I now feel like I should listen to this entire series on Audible. 😂

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Only finished because I needed an ending

The Shatter me trilogy is my absolute favorite. I couldn't wait for additional books. BUT the last two were a total disappointment. How many times is Anderson going to be killed? It's ridiculous. Kate is my all time favorite narrator but the addition of the other two just ruined it. Absolutely heartbreaking.

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Worth listening to if only to finish the series

I really wanted to like this book. I was looking so forward to it, but I agree with others that it was more of the same as book 5. What happened to our strong heroine from Ignite Me? I really missed not having enough of the Julliet and Warner we loved from the first trilogy. I wished we had more Juliet at the very end too. Warner’s POV was great, just would like to have had Juliet too.
Now to Narration: Why oh why do they have to switch voices/narrators??? There are three different voices now depending on the point of view. And the characters kind of lose something when you have to get used to 3 different Kenjis and three different Warner’s. Etc
The first trilogy had Kate Simses doing all the voices and I loved her narration and identified with the voices through her and then the second trilogy changes POV a lot and ruined all that familiarity with getting used to all the various voices.

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Great listen except for the need for the narrator to occasionally read “I am not insane” over and over for 10 minutes in a row. So annoying. If reading the actual book, you could just skip past that but you really do start to feel insane having to hear the same line over and over.

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Full of action

This whole series is exciting, and, full of crazy twists... I have enjoyed it; the whole series overall, not just this book.... the story is so, sublime, the perspectives we, the reader, get to experience really help the pacing, and, keep things moving... but, i wanted more, at the end....



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this ending left me wanting more, for sure.... especially, about what the world looks like, now, without Emmaline's power in effect... mostly, I expected more birds, I guess, haha, or, some big "fog lifting" moment, where all could, finally, tell they had been seeing the world incorrectly... and, it is still plausible to save it.... maybe... skies more blue with birds... i loved Juliette holding the puppy... and, would not change this book, in any way... just a bit more... 😊

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I love this series so so much but the only complaint I have is that this author kind of sucks at ending books. Idk its probably just open ended so that she can make more books but It makes you feel like you just read six or so books just to not get really any satisfaction in the end.