Why this book?
Despite a polarizing writing style, Shatter Me did actually shatter me. Juliette has powers. Her touch kills, literally. The villains capture her to weaponize her in a dystopian apocalypse. Her boyfriend himself cannot touch her without being sent to the hospital. If things weren’t bad enough, the young, handsome Chief Commander discovers by accident that he can touch her… And that it makes them both feel things they don’t want to feel. Worse: when they are near each other, they have reminiscences of… something. Juliette loves her boyfriend, even if her thoughts turn toward her enemy, and she doesn’t want to want him… Hatred, guilt, and loss of control ensue.