What did I think about this book?? Oh, I don't know...I freakin' LOVED it! This has definitely become one of my favoritest books ever (yeah, I know that's not a word)!
Even though I had my doubts about him and the beginning, I loved Adam! *swoons* He is just SO sweet and wonderful and swoonworthy!
I was also suspicious of Kenji...I mean, could they really trust him? But in the end I made up my mind about him. Not telling you which way I'm leaning though (as to not spoil anything), evil me, heh.
And then there's Warner...man I just wish I could punch him in the face! I seriously hated his guts (and everything else about him!) He just frustrated me and I thought he was a total jerk-face! I know of some girls who actually liked him...but I just don't see it. Sure he was nice to Juliette sometimes, but...I still don't like him. But I was told that you feel more fond of him in Destroy Me, which kinda worries me!
And Juliette, well, she is just awesome! Because she's been isolated for so long she isn't the most savvy in communicating with other humans. But man, her character development? Crazy awesome, I tell ya! The author did such an amazing job with her character development, that if you were to read a part of the book from the beginning and another part from the end, you'd think they were two totally different people! Towards the end, she just becomes a brave young lady! Juliette is just a very likable character, you cant help but empathize with her. And her ability? SO cool (is that morbid of me to think??)
I adored the writing style of the book! It was different, almost...poetic! As the story progresses and Juliette's character develops, the writing style changes too. It SO cool!
I really liked the ending, and not just because of that cool organization (whose I cannot remember) we are introduced to, but it was just...not depressing! As opposed other dystopian novels I have read that end on a rather depressing note. Sad endings suck.
I loved the characters, I loved the writing, I loved the concept, and the story was just beautiful! It was just so well written and thought out, that there is seriously nothing that I didn't like (maybe except for maybe Warner, whom I was told I will change my mind about later...yikes!)
So, do I recommend this book? Hell yeah! I cannot wait for more of Juliette and Adam!
Have you read this book? If so, leave me a comment telling me what you thought about it! If not, what do you think? Does it sound like something you might want to read?