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Fracture Me: A Shatter Me Novella

Fracture Me: A Shatter Me Novella [Kindle Edition]

Tahereh Mafi
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In this electrifying sixty-page companion novella to the New York Times bestselling Shatter Me series, discover the fate of the Omega Point rebels as they go up against The Reestablishment. Set during and soon after the final moments of Unravel Me, Fracture Me is told from Adam's perspective.

As Omega Point prepares to launch an all-out assault on The Reestablishment soldiers stationed in Sector 45, Adam's focus couldn't be further from the upcoming battle. He's reeling from his breakup with Juliette, scared for his best friend's life, and as concerned as ever for his brother James's safety. And just as Adam begins to wonder if this life is really for him, the alarms sound. It's time for war.

On the battlefield, it seems like the odds are in their favor—but taking down Warner, Adam's newly discovered half brother, won't be that easy. The Reestablishment can't tolerate a rebellion, and they'll do anything to crush the resistance . . . including killing everyone Adam has ever cared about.

Fracture Me sets the stage for Ignite Me, the explosive finale in Tahereh Mafi's epic dystopian series. It's a novella not to be missed by fans who crave action-packed stories with tantalizing romance like Divergent by Veronica Roth, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, and Legend by Marie Lu.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1056 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 72 Seiten
  • Verlag: HarperCollins (17. Dezember 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Top ! 10. März 2014
Von Alex
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Habe schon lange kein so spannendes und so schönes Buch mehr gelesen! Schade das es noch nicht mehr Bücher von dieser Autorin gibt.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Ganz okay aber kein Lese-Muss 10. Februar 2014
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Meine Mei­nung

Ich bin eine ganze Weile um die Novella her­um­ge­schli­chen und konnte mich nicht ent­schei­den, ob ich sie wirk­lich lesen möchte. Der ein­zige Grund, der mich abge­hal­ten hat war, dass ich Adam in Band 1&2 über­haupt nicht aus­ste­hen konnte. Lei­der wird diese Geschichte aus sei­ner Sicht­weise erzählt, wes­we­gen ich nicht son­der­lich gespannt dar­auf war. Schluss­end­lich habe ich trotz­dem einen Ver­such gewagt, weil ich mir noch ein paar andere Ein­drü­cke zur Geschichte gewünscht habe.

Es war ein wenig schade, dass man so wenig neues erfah­ren hat. Die meis­ten Sze­nen sind aus dem zwei­ten Band bereits bekannt und wer­den ledig­lich noch­mal neu erzählt. Mir hat die Geschichte vor Augen geführt, wie wenig Sym­pa­thien ich für Adam habe und dass meine Mei­nung über ihn nur noch­mal bestä­tigt wurde.

Nach dem Been­den der Story war ich wie­der voll in der Geschichte drin und ich werde jetzt ganz schnell “Ignite Me” lesen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Grandios! 17. Dezember 2013
Von xxx
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So wie alles was Tahere Mafi schreibt einfach absolut grandios! Ich bin ein riesen Fan ihrer Reihe und kann es kaum erwarten bis Februar das letzte Buch raus kommt!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Adam Might Not Be Who I Thought He Was. 17. Dezember 2013
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Okay I’m going to say it, I’m a team Adam girl all the way. I know, I know Warner has a huge vocal fan base and I totally respect that, please don’t try to sway me you won’t. This series is exactly the reason I love/hate love triangles. I always like the underdog, the nice guy, the friend the guy who never gets the girl. It pains me to say this but I liked Warner’s Novella better, shhhh don’t tell Adam.

Adam is a protector, he sees Juliette for who she is and who she is becoming. He sees her strengths and weaknesses and really only wants to keep the people he loves safe. But when both Juliette and his little brother James are in immanent danger at the same time he must choose who to try to save. While I think it is a no brainer on who he must choose he struggles with it.

I was a little disappointed with Adams POV, I thought it would be a little stronger but I found that I didn’t like him as much when not seen through Juliette’s eyes. However he knows that he loves Juliette, but is conflicted by how she is moving away from him and dumped him. Can he go after her if it means putting James in danger again? At the conclusion of Fracture me Adam really is fractured torn between the two people he loves and blames himself for Juliette’s situation.

After reading Frature Me and the first few chapters of Ignite Me I really hope that Adam and Juliette don’t spend the majority of Ignite Me apart. I also hope that the loss they felt will be the wake up call they need. But it could go either way still in the love triangle, which is why I rarely read them. Adam must protect James but does that mean he must leave Juliette to Warner or will he fight for her still. I guess we will see in February.

Side note, Kenji was still awesome as always.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not what I thought he'd be 18. Dezember 2013
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I remember the first time I heard about Shatter Me. It sounded interesting enough and the cover looked pretty good so I got it on the iBookstore. I had it on my library for months. I don't remember why I decided to pick it up the day I did, but I do remember thinking WHY THE HELL DIDN'T I PICK THIS UP SOONER?!?!?!? after reading about ten pages. I was that hooked. So much so that I bought a hardcover copy of the book (with the old cover) AND I bought the paperback version with the new cover. Ever since then I've been in love with Tahereh Mafi's writing style. Juliette captivated me from those first few pages and she hasn't set me go. Not one bit. When I found out Warner was getting his own novella, I freaked! I'm not sure if it was a good freaking out or a bad freaking out. But one thing was clear: I was picking that sucker up. And I did. And after reading Destroy Me I was conflicted like no other. I still loved Adam, but after being inside Warner's head, I had started to sympathize with him. Then I read Unravel Me and I was never the same.

A couple of months ago Mafi announced she was releasing yet another novella, this time in Adam's POV. I WAS SO PSYCHED!!!! I'd fallen in love with Adam from the beginning, and while I'd grown to like Warner, I was still Team Adam. All the way. So when Adam's novella was released today, I immediately bought it.

Fracture Me starts off right before they set out to fight. Reliving those scenes through Adam's eyes was... interesting. I'm so used to Juliette's constant mumblings and scattered thoughts that reading Adam's more grounded thoughts was a bit disorienting. Still, nothing to write home about. The more I read, the more I was let down. I absolutely freaking hate feeling like this, but I'm so disappointed in Adam. His constant need for her to be back at Omega Point and away for the fight was so annoying! Makes me believe he sees her as weak. *SPOILER* And to think, if he'd gotten his way, Juliette probably would have ended up dead. Things between Juliette and Adam were shaky in Unravel Me, but I always believed he loved her. And after reading this novella, I'm starting to think that while he may have loved her at first, now he just loves the idea of her. I hope to God I'm wrong.

I completely understand Adam's dedication to James. I LOVE James. I think he's an amazing little kid. And I totally understood Adam's need to keep him safe at all cost. James is the only family he has left--he's basically raised him. It's been to two of them against the world for so long and I admire that. I love that. I love them. So I agree with Adam when he went off after James instead of Juliette. But I got the overwhelming sense that Adam was just done with it all. I understand being sick of all the fighting and running and fearing for your life. I get why Adam wants to just get away from it all--but that's not happening any time soon. He knows that. We all know that. And what I couldn't understand was this: the girl he claims to love so much has been captured and taken who knows where, and even once he's reunited with James, Adam is still hesitant to rescue Juliette. Ugh, I just wanted to reach inside the pages and slap some sense into him. Thank God for Kenji. I felt like it was Kenji who was in love with Juliette, not Adam.
Overall, I sort of wished I'd never gotten inside Adam's head. Maybe I built him into this amazing guy--and he is--but his reluctance just killed me. Yes, Juliette broke his heart, but after all they've been through together? I expected more. And now I'm just that much more conflicted in my feelings about Warner. Because even though Warner's kind of a sociopath, he truly loves Juliette. I believe that. His way of showing it may be completely out of the norm, but I feel it in my gut that he would do anything for her.

I'm both dreading and anticipating Ignite Me. This is when it all goes down, and at this point I have no idea what's going to happen. Juliette loves Adam. But she also loves Warner. The one thing I do know is this: the conclusion to Shatter Me is going to explosive and unforgettable. *sigh* Now I just have to find a way to occupy myself until February 4th.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Still a warner fan 18. Dezember 2013
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I am a die hard Warner fan, but I was willing to give Adam a fair shot. I try to keep an open mind.
This book only intensified my feelings about Warner and Adam.
Here is the bottom line. Adam was an important part of who Juliette was and who she has become. he pulled her out of a bad, horrible place. he taught her she was worth something. She is worth loving.
But Adam has done all he can for her. His priorities are where they should be, and her priorities are shifting to where they should be, but they are not the same priorities. Adam loves her, but he loves his brother more. And that is ok, it is the way it should be.
Juliette feels an understood loyalty to him, but is he still right for her? Is she still right for him?
Warner has only her That is all his world revolves around. And Juliette has no one else. Those two make each other better, stronger. After reading this, it became obvious that Adam does not understand her. Juliette is broken in many ways, and Adam is still trying to fix her. She can't be fixed. Adam looks at her as something to protect, he sees her weaknesses instead of her potential.
To warner, all she is potential and the kind of crazy he can relate with.
After this, if she doesn't end up with Warner I will be shocked. In fact, if she doesn't end up with Warner, it will just be wrong. Or MAYBE Kenji. I am starting to see that as a possibility.
This book includes the first two chapters of Ignite me, and really I just got myself excited and left out on a ledge by reading it. I am so excited about Ignite me!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen So Damn good 18. Dezember 2013
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I believe I would read the phone book if I knew that Taherah Mafi wrote it. After reading Fracture Me I don't feel so badly about abandoning Adam for Warner in Unravel Me. I'll spare readers the spoilers but definitely encourage folks to read this novella. I don't see how reading Ignite Me could possibly the same if one skipped over this little gem. It's short but it packs in a huge amount of punch.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Total Cop Out 7. Mai 2014
Von Miss Bonnie - Veröffentlicht auf
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I usually skip on writing reviews for short stories because I tend to think of them as nothing more than filler to tide us readers over till the next installment. But I’m making an exception. Because this short story pissed me off.

Fracture Me is told from the POV of Adam and tells his part of the story that we don’t see at the end of Unravel Me. Adam is still upset about losing Juliette, he’s concerned about what happened to Kenji and he’s worried about leaving his little brother James. All understandable things to be concerned about.

My issue with this short story is it presented Adam in a completely different light than what we’ve come to expect. Adam was crazy with feelings for Juliette. Remember?

“It’s been me and you against the world forever,” he says.”It’s always been that way. It’s my fault I took so long to do something about it.”

There’s even the tagline on the cover! “I WILL NOT LOSE HER.” But in Fracture Me, he’s completely changed his tune. And he’s become a bit of a jerk. The scene where Adam, Juliette and Kenji are on the battlefield is when his supposed true colors towards Juliette show.

‘The smart thing to do would be to hide her somewhere. Keep her safe. Out of danger. A weak link can bring everything down with it, and I don’t think this is the time to be taking chances.’

‘Kenji and Castle are always blowing smoke up her a** when they shouldn’t, and honestly? It’s dangerous. It’s not good to make her think she can do this kind of thing when really, it’ll probably get her killed.’

And this is where I get pissed because this is not how his character has been written in the previous two novels and is not what I think anyone would have expected from him at this point. Sure, I get it, this is the first we’re truly seeing things from his POV so there’s always the possibility that we read him wrong. But that’s not it. The issue here is, it all feels like one giant cop-out to solidify the ongoing issue the love triangle caused because clearly she’s gotta pick one. So let’s solve that by turning one of the guys into a total prick who thinks so highly of Juliette. Problem solved. We now have a clear winner.
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