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    Defy Me starts off, surprisingly, in Kenji’s POV. It begins in the same way that Kenji’s novella, Shadow Me, ended. This is disappointing because that’s actually the only part I really thought was important to take away from Shadow Me, so now I just think that novella is completely unnecessary, to be honest. Sigh…I almost feel like changing my rating for that novella. Back to this book, so the first maybe 25% of the book is mostly is Kenji’s POV, with snippets of Warner and Juliette’s memories from the past. It’s not until later that we get anything from Warner or Juliette in the present. As we learn more about the past, I think it only makes Warner and Juliette’s relationship that much more special. They truly are meant to be together. After reading this book, I think it would be difficult for anyone to remain on Team Adam, if there were even any remaining at this point. The story itself was good and very captivating. I am obviously a fan of Tahereh Mafi’s writing style and she has yet to fail to captivate me. I felt like the middle of the book was very good and I didn’t want to put it down. The beginning had me extremely curious and anxious to find out more. The ending, however, was just a bit cheesy and didn’t do much for me. No big cliffhanger this time, like we were left with after Restore Me, but that’s okay. Overall, I really enjoyed this book. While it wasn’t one of my favourite books in the story, it was still really good. I’m looking forward to continuing the story in the next book!

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