First I just have to say that I love the cover for this book. It is absolutely stunning! I have been looking forward to this book ever since I finished reading the first in the series Shatter Me. It was well worth the wait and did not disappoint.I fell in love with Tahereh Mafi's writing style in Shatter Me and it was no different in Unravel Me. Her writing is so beautiful. It keeps you glued to the book page after page. The writing is so descriptive you can't help but feel like you are Juliette. I felt like I was in her head feeling what she felt and going through what she went through.I have to say in the first book I really did not like Warner one bit. Then I read Warner's story (Destroy Me) and I thought eh he isn't so bad but still wasn't a huge fan. This book has changed my mind about Warner. I wouldn't go as far as to say that I am team Warner or team Adam for that matter. But I can tolerate Warner much more than in the first book.Unravel Me had me feeling so many different emotions. I was happy, sad, angry frustrated and so many more. I felt for Juliette and the decisions that she has to make.The characters are so well written. I loved learning about them and what makes them tick. You get to see a different side to some which was a nice surprise.I need the next book now!! While there is a bit of a cliffhanger at the end of the book. I have to say that the last two lines are amazing.Mass Chaos is in my future. And I'm leaving my gloves behind.I have left this review pretty vague except for my love for the book and the characters I don't want to spoil this amazing book for anyone with a play by play of what takes place. You will not be disappointed So pick it up today and get to reading.QuotesIt's the kind of kiss that makes you realize oxygen is overrated.I wanted to believe in fairy tales and happy endings and pure possibility. I wanted to pretend that I was a better person than I actually am but instead I managed to out myself as the terror I've always been accused of being.Is h a t t e rwhat's left of this earth.