The explosive revelations in Defy Me have left readers reeling and desperate for answers. This fourth and final novella in the series will bring readers back to the world of the Shatter Me before the final novel installment hits shelves in winter 2020.
I’ve lost my appetite.
I don’t think I’ve ever lost my appetite.
And we’re back to teenage relationship drama. Except it’s even worse because it’s that plus miscommunication tropes all over the place. After everything these people have been through, why can’t they just talk to each other?!
Obviously, Kenji and Nazeera are end game, and obviously they need to work their issues out, but it could be a little less painful. Kenji is all emotion, and Nazeera is everything except emotion, but they should be better at bridging that gap without panic attacks and yelling and lying and almost murdering each other over and over again.
And yes, I did think it was weird that Adam and James weren’t part of the group at the end of Defy Me, so it’d be nice to get a straight answer without having to jump through so many hoops. Intermingled with weird delayed health issues – it’s all a bit much.
I’m hoping Imagine Me goes back to meeting the high standards set by Defy Me because I can’t handle a whole novel like Reveal Me.