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Set after Tahereh Mafi's Shatter Me and before Unravel Me, the spellbinding sequel, Destroy Me is a novella told from the perspective of Warner, the ruthless leader of Sector 45.

In Shatter Me, Juliette escaped from The Reestablishment by seducing Warner—and then putting a bullet in his shoulder. But as she'll learn in Destroy Me, Warner is not that easy to get rid of . . .

Back at the base and recovering from his near-fatal wound, Warner must do everything in his power to keep his soldiers in check and suppress any mention of a rebellion in the sector. Still as obsessed with Juliette as ever, his first priority is to find her, bring her back, and dispose of Adam and Kenji, the two traitors who helped her escape. But when Warner's father, the Supreme Commander of The Reestablishment, arrives to correct his son's mistakes, it's clear that he has much different plans for Juliette. Plans Warner simply cannot allow.


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  • Editore: HarperCollins (2 ottobre 2012)
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Di ClienteAmazon il 27 settembre 2015
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Sfortunatamente ho letto Destroy me solo dopo aver finito l'intera trilogia, sarebbe stato fantastico leggere i veri pensieri di Warner prima che li confessasse lui stesso in Unravel me! Io amo profondamente lo stile di Tahereh Mafi (è unico e particolare ma allo stesso tempo poetico e di grande impatto) e amo ancora di più il personaggio di Warner che è profondamente complesso, chiuso in se stesso e misterioso infatti, senza leggere Destroy me prima di Unravel me, non è possibile capire se quello che prova per Juliette sia ossessione o vero e proprio amore e questa novella da sicuramente la risposta a questo interrogativo! Ti amo Aaron!
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Shatter Me è stato in assoluto il mio primo libro distopico, e nonostante fosse il mio primo libro in lingua e avesse uno stile decisamente particolare, mi ha conquistato sin dalla prima pagina.

Warner all’inizio non mi aveva entusiasmato più di tanto. A fine libro però lo odiavo.
Ma non nel vero senso della parola, diciamo che lo odiavo per come si era comportato ma lo amavo come personaggio e per come l’aveva costruito e caratterizzato la Mafi.

Ero davvero curiosissima di leggere Destroy Me e di conoscere meglio un personaggio cosi complesso e problematico come Warner, ma non ero assolutamente preparata a una novella del genere, forse anche più bella di Shatter Me.

Destroy Me è una piccola novella ambientata tra gli avvenimenti di Shatter Me e quelli di Unravel Me.

Con questo libro vediamo ciò che accade a Warner dal momento in cui viene sparato da Juliette, seguiamo ogni sua azione, pensiero e ricordo, e non possiamo fare a meno di provare compassione e dispiacere per ciò che ha e sta passando.

La Mafi mi ha stupito una seconda volta con questa novella. Se in Shatter Me avevamo trovato uno stile poetico, confusionario, disordinato e perfetto per un personaggio come Juliette, in Destroy Me la Mafi usa uno stile completamente diverso. Preciso, chiaro, ordinato e sistematico, rispecchia perfettamente il carattere deciso e controllato di Warner. E I diversi spezzoni presi dal diario di Juliette non fanno che accentuare la differenza tra i due personaggi e i rispettivi punti di vista.
E a proposito di questi spezzoni, devo dire che mi hanno davvero spezzato il cuore. Non ne sono presenti molti, ma quei pochi che la Mafi ha introdotto lasciano senza fiato e sono strazianti.
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"Non riesco a smettere di leggere il suo diario.
Mi fa male sul serio il petto, ma non riesco a smettere di girare le pagine. È come se stessi martellando contro un muro invisibile, come se la mia faccia fosse stata avvolta nella plastica e non riuscissi a respirare, vedere, sentire alcun suono se non il mio stesso battito cardiaco nelle orecchie.Volevo poche cose dalla vita.Non ho chiesto niente a nessuno.E adesso, tutto quello che chiedo è un'altra possibilità. L'opportunità di vederla di nuovo".

Ho appena finito di leggere questa novella interamente scritta dal POV di Warner. Mafi ha realizzato un personaggio, trai più intriganti che io abbia mai incontrato in un libro che sia fantasy, distopico o semplicemente romance. La scena in cui da da mangiare al cane, nella sua semplicità e apparente banalità fa capire a chiare lettere l'essenza di questo giovane uomo. Lo adoro. Curiosissima di sapere cosa gli succederà nel secondo capito di questa meravigliosa saga.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 su 5 stelle 410 recensioni
3.0 su 5 stelle A brief look into the wonderful evil that is Warner ... but I was hoping for more. 1 agosto 2014
Di Laurie@The Baking Bookworm - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
My Review: When I read Shatter Me a couple of years ago (and again a couple of months ago) I was enthralled by the writing, characters and storyline. It was unique take on the popular dystopian genre and it had me on the edge of my seat. Unfortunately I think my love of this series has waned just a bit with this book.

Since this was only a novella it was obviously quite short compared to the first book in the series so it didn't feel like I got enough time inside Warner's head. He was my favourite character from Shatter Me so I expected a lot more insight into who he is and why he became the cunning, heartless bad guy we know and love. The reader does get a glimpse into Warner and possibly why he's such a nasty piece of work as well as his true feelings for Juliette ... but I still wanted more.

In the end, this was a brief, fairly shallow look into the evil that is Warner. While I wasn't as enthralled with this book as other book bloggers I still think it will help the reader gain a bit more insight into who Warner is and I suspect that in the future books this information will come in very handy.

My Rating: 3/5 stars

** This book review, as well as many more can also be found on my blog, The Baking Bookworm (www.thebakingbookworm.blogspot.ca) **
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5.0 su 5 stelle Might've just fallen for Warner 14 febbraio 2013
Di Yoon-Ji - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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[...]

I usually don't get too excited over in-between novellas. The real action and meat happens in the full-length novels in the series, and I find that novellas are usually small stories about one character and one event that do add to the story, but aren't completely necessary when reading the series. I bought "Unravel Me", the second installment to the "Shatter Me" series by Tahereh Mafi, yesterday (check out the review here!), and came across "Destroy Me", a novella that's #1.5 in the series. When I read that it's told from the perspective of Warner, the supposed bad guy in the story, I decided to give it a go--it's always juicy to see things from another point of view!

Back at the base and recovering from his near-fatal gunshot wound, Warner must do everything in his power to keep his soldiers in check and suppress any hint of rebellion in his sector. Still as obsessed with Juliette as ever, his first priority is to find her, bring her back, and dispose of the two traitors who helped her escape, Adam and Kenji. Especially Adam. The one Juliette fell for. But when Warner's father, the Supreme Commander of the Reestablishment, arrives to correct his son's mistakes, it's clear that he has much different plans for Juliette. Plans Warner simply cannot allow.

There's something about a story told from a male perspective. Maybe it's because so many YA books out there are single-handedly narrated by the female heroine, but seeing things from Warner's point of view was exciting and different. Not to mention the fact that he's the villain in the series, which gave Ms. Mafi plenty to play with in terms of character development. I was surprised to see the real depth of Warner's feelings toward Juliette. In "Shatter Me", I thought he was a slightly deranged, power-obsessed, manipulative spoiled boy wanting to exert his dominance over a girl who's different because of her defiance. But after reading "Destroy Me", I felt like I really got to know another side of Warner, one that's vulnerable and honest. It's one of those cases where once you learn more about the antagonist and his background, you empathize with him and maybe even care for him a little.

I also liked the difference in the narrative voice. Since "Shatter Me" and "Unravel Me" are both told from Juliette's perspective, I've grown accustomed to her style of narration. But with Warner, everything's different. It's more ordered and straightforward, but at the same time it still reveals his emotions and thoughts in his own, unique way. He seems a lot more human to me now, someone with real troubles and flaws and worries, despite his facade of perfection and order.

Reading "Destroy Me" also gave me a little more insight into what's in store for Juliette, Adam and the resistance. And this comes in the form of the seriously cold and callous Supreme Commander. He's just a total buttwipe, and I could really see why Warner's the way he is now. Because of his father and his background, Warner's become a truly complex character with layers to him that are exciting and interesting to peel off and discover one by one.

Overall, "Destroy Me" is definitely worth reading right before reading "Unravel Me", exposing the vulnerable, raw nature inside Warner and revealing to the readers another side of the calculating villain that they saw in "Shatter Me". I finished the short novella in a little less than an hour, so it's a quick read that's worth the time. In fact, it's really made me even more interested and excited for the sequel, so that I can see how their little love triangle unfolds!

Rating: 5/5
5.0 su 5 stelle This is the best villain character building novella I've ever come across. 19 aprile 2013
Di Amarilys A. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This is the best villain character building novella I've ever come across. Not only did it manage the impossible--for me to love Warner--but it served as a great example of the old adage `not everything/everyone is at is seems.'

Warner is as beautifully complicated as he is gorgeous, and boy does he have tremendous good looks. The things he's done that seem cruel and vicious, all have been with a purpose. There are three main interactions in this novella. One is with Delalieu, his assistant. Warner tells Delalieu he should stand by his convictions even if it means disagreeing with what he (Warner) says. Later on, the beginning of chapter nineteen nearly killed me. Not only does Warner show kindness towards the man, but he actually enjoys it.

The second interaction is with Anderson, the chief commander of the Reestablishment and Warner's father. Now this guy is pure undiluted evil. In this case, the man is as creepy as he is beautiful. One look at him and hearing him speak, and I knew I wanted to shoot him right between the eyes and give his body to Juliette so she could pulverize it into particle-sized ashes. Extreme you say? Not enough.

The third and last interaction is with a starving dog on the streets. If you weren't convinced about Warner's character before, you will now. Because he not only saves the dog, but actually plays and feeds it. He then smiles. SMILES. And it all falls apart when he sees a vision of Juliette watching him. Or was she a vision?
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4.0 su 5 stelle Warner has been looking for someone like himself, someone who he could relate too and ... 9 maggio 2015
Di Brittany's Book Rambles - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This book picks up right after Warner is shot by Juliette, written in Warner's point-of-view. The reader gets to learn more about Warner's background, reign, and his quest in finding Juliette before he welcomed her into the compound. All his life, Warner has been looking for someone like himself, someone who he could relate too and in this novella we discover why he believes that person is Juliette.

Although it's only a novella, I am thoroughly impressed by Mafi's writing skills, because of how well she was able to illustrate Warner without letting Juliette's voice leak into the story. I found that the only hints of Juliette was when Warner was thinking about her, where it belonged.

That aside, I have a real problem with the romanticized villain. I believe that this novella was written to give Warner a whole new dimension that us readers could not get from Juliette's point-of-view, and I greatly respect Mafi's work but at the same time I'm tired of feeling bad for the bad guy. In this case, I believe that Warner and Juliette went through similar experiences, but your experiences are not the only thing that makes you who are, it's your decisions, your choices. Can any of you tell that I'm pro Juliette and Adam? Haha.

Full Review: http://brittanysbookrambles.blogspot.com/2013/01/destroy-me-by-tahereh-mafi-review-with.html
5.0 su 5 stelle More Warner Please!! 20 agosto 2013
Di bjc1965 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I don't know if I read the books in the right order, but it worked for me - I read Shatter Me, then Unravel Me, then Destroy Me. I loved them all. In this book, you are immersed into the mind of a young man with a tortured past who sees Juliette as the only "light" that might save him. His reactions to reading of her journal are epic and heartfelt and described to perfection once again in Mafi's writing. My only complaint was that this was too short. I wanted so much more! I wanted to find out how Warner would react to finally seeing Juliette in the flesh again. When the novella ended I felt gipped.

I feel so conflicted about Adam and Warner. I kinda love them both! This particular love triangle is especially complicated. I look forward to the release of Ignite Me.
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