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1. Seeing Julliete Ferrars’ character development is fascinating
It leaves you feeling like a proud-mom *cries cries*.
2. We have Adam Kent
Sweet, caring, smol bean Adam Kent.
3. And my dear, Aaron Warner
My badass cinnamon roll Aaron Warner.
4. Kenji Kishimoto's sarcasms give lifes
5. this book will keep messing up with your feelings (IT'S A GOOD THING, isn't it?)
And will keep making your face look like that...
6. what a Satisfying end
Not like other YA dystopians, Shatter Me Trilogy has the best ending we could ask for.
7. Tahereh Mafi is genius
“Honestly, at the end of the day, it’s not about the boys — it’s about a girl who was lost and broken and desperate to find out who she was and understand her sense of self and her self-worth. It was really great to watch her grow up. She’s like my little sister and I got to see her grow into a young lady. And that was really rewarding.”
Plus she is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author.
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