Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi

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Title: Restore Me (Shatter Me #4)
Author: Tahereh Mafi
Rating: 5 STARS!
Published March 6th 2018 by HarperCollins
ISBN 0062676369 (ISBN13: 9780062676368)
Source: Goodreads

I'd woken up in the middle of the night seized by a violent terror I could not articulate, convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that I was dying.

Book Review

Just when I thought Juliette's problem are all gone, Restore me came along. It was a great thing to come back to the trilogy that I've been obsessed with for such a long time. The feelings that I had when I read the first 3 books came back to me. It was nostalgic. And I'm really happy that I felt that once more.

Restore Me continues about Juliette being the Supreme Commander of Sector 45. Becoming a leader is a tough job, yes, everyone fear her abilities but there are far more danger in store for Juliette.

The book follows with alternate POV's of Juliette and Warner. Both characters have a lot of issues to deal with. With Juliette being doubtful with her leaderships skills and Warner's shortcomings with his father's death. But mind you, even though they have issues in their minds, ahem, there is a lot of hot scenes. Remember Chapter 62? Oh, Restore Me will restore all of that for you!

Restore Me is a game changer from the trilogy. Every readers thought it is a happy ending, but it was just actually the beginning. Juliette and Warner faced their own fights. They suddenly created walls between them but it shattered all over the places. Innocent lives are at stake and Supreme Commanders from the rest of the Sectors wanted more to Juliette. It was something I did not expect. And it surprised me more than ever.

One of the things that kept me entertained in Restore Me is Kenji. Damn how I missed this character. He was an ice breaker from all the tensions in the book. But the major plot twist surprised me the most. This widened up the dystopian world itself and it all came in a full blast. I loved how Tahereh Mafi executed the characters decision that made the story very interesting. Restore Me is a book you won't want to miss!