A Librarian Reads…

Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

Juliette has been locked in a cell by herself for 264 days. The last thing she expects is for a boy to be thrown in with her. Let alone a boy with startling blue eyes who seems familiar. Who seems kind. A boy she wants desperately to be able to touch. But she can’t. That’s why she’s locked up in the first place. Juliette’s touch brings pain and agony, even death. Even her own parents want nothing to do with her. But Adam doesn’t seem afraid or repulsed. And for the first time in her life, Juliette begins to believe she might be worthy of love. But in order to be with Adam she needs to be free, and she will do anything win her freedom against the tyrant who holds her.

Recommended for readers in eighth grade and up who enjoy dystopia and romance.

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