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Publisher's Summary

The devastatingly romantic fifth novella in the New York Times and USA Today best-selling Shatter Me series, chronicling the events after Imagine Me, the explosive sixth novel.

Juliette and Warner fought hard to take down the Reestablishment once and for all. Life in the aftermath isn’t easy, as they and their friends at the Sanctuary work with their limited resources to stabilize the world.

Warner has his sights set on more than just politics. Since he proposed to Juliette two weeks ago, he’s been eager to finally marry her, the person he loves more than anything and has endured so much to be with. But with so much chaos around them, it’s been nearly impossible for them to have a wedding. And even Juliette has been distracted by everything they need to do.

At long last, Warner and Juliette’s future together is within reach, but the world continues to try to pull them apart. Will they finally be able to be happily, officially, together?

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Tahereh Mafi's best-selling Shatter Me series with Believe Me!

©2021 Tahereh Mafi (P)2021 HarperCollins Publishers

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Wish we got more

I wish it was a whole book not a novella, I love Warner and his POV is always my favourite. It’s a good short story and does a good job wrapping up the book series.

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Such a wast of a good series

I don’t know what happened with this book. But in short—it’s a major fail. It’s a long drawn out politically charged waste of a good series. And for some reason we’ve added explicit sex to the story that’s supposedly for young teens.
It’s so repetitive it’s annoying. Might as well just have written: “Warner wants to kill everyone but discovers he has feelings and marries Ella.”

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Don’t waste your time

So disappointed, i love this series and was excited for this new novella.
The worst of all the books & novellas, nothing really happens at all and finally when you get to the whole point of the novella it’s only one very short 5-10 minute chapter where you don’t even get to see how it went at all. This novella is completely pointless. Don’t waste your time or credit on it.

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Loved the series, hated the end

As much as I was happy to end the series and have closure between all the characters, this book could’ve been much better. To me it was like the dial of cheesy romantic and oh my feelings was turned all the way and the main story line just thrown away. This entire end (which I know is a short book) was literally just for one event that was definitely not that interesting and I felt was mostly filler to lead to what we all knew would’ve happened if it hadn’t have been written. It just felt like the book was forced to appease someone or was made to just be one of those corny romances with a naked guy on the cover. I still love the other books and will certainly reread them but this last one was a total bust for me…

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Great

After the major insanity of the last book, I really needed this low drama, medium-angst, medium heat, high love closure. I also loved the look into Warner’s mind and the way he feels and had been growing over the series. The narrator did an amazing job as well and really brought Warner to life.