Imagine Me

Imagine Me by Tahereh Mafi
Tahereh Mafi
Star Rating
Reviewer's Rating
Mar 27, 2024

“In the pain, I imagine bliss. My thoughts are like wind, rushing, curling into the depths of myself, expelling, dispelling darkness. I imagine love, I imagine wind, I imagine gold hair and green eyes and whispers, laughter. I imagine … Me” 

Finally free from the grasp of the Reestablishment, but with the weight of the truth of their past, what will Juliette and Warner choose to do with their new freedom? 

This book was a bit disappointing. After such a long series, and after putting up with some truly awful novellas, I was expecting some big finale. This book just felt super tame, and not really packed with anything. It feels as though the entirety of this book could’ve been condensed into two chapters added to the end of the last book to give it an ending. Given that it was a while ago, I don’t remember what my reaction to the ending of the series was when I read it for the first time but given that after finishing, I immediately picked up the first book of the series again, I’ve got to assume that it was somewhat lackluster or unfulfilling. But reading it again now, I was just disappointed. It also has all the same problems as the rest of the series but few of the redeeming qualities. Still, thankfully it was at least better than the horrible novellas. Disappointed with the ending of such a large series. 2 out of 5 stars.

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