Restore Me (Shatter Me, #4) by Tahereh Mafi EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author Name: Tahereh Mafi
- Book Genre: Dystopia, Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction, Young Adult
- ISBN # 9780062676368
- Date of Publication: 2018-3-6
- PDF File Size: 1.5 MB
- EPUB File Size: 776 KB
I don’t wake up screaming anymore. I do not feel ill at the sight of blood. I do
not flinch before firing a gun.
I will never again apologize for surviving.
I’m startled at once by the sound of a door slamming open. I silence a gasp,
spin around, and, by force of habit, rest my hand on the hilt of a
semiautomatic hung from a holster at my side.
“J, we’ve got a serious problem.”
Kenji is staring at me—eyes narrowed—his hands on his hips, T-shirt taut
across his chest. This is angry Kenji. Worried Kenji. It’s been sixteen days
since we took over Sector 45—since I crowned myself the supreme
commander of The Reestablishment—and it’s been quiet. Unnervingly so.
Every day I wake up, filled with half terror, half exhilaration, anxiously
awaiting the inevitable missives from enemy nations who would challenge
my authority and wage war against us—and now, finally, it seems that
moment has arrived. So I take a deep breath, crack my neck, and look Kenji
in the eye.
He presses his lips together. Looks up at the ceiling. “So, okay—the first
thing you need to know is that this isn’t my fault, okay? I was just trying to
I falter. Frown. “What?”
“I mean, I knew his punkass was a major drama queen, but this is just
“I’m sorry—what?” I take my hand off my gun; feel my body unclench.
“Kenji, what are you talking about? This isn’t about the war?”
“The war? What? J, are you not paying attention? Your boyfriend is having
a freaking conniption right now and you need to go handle his ass before I
I exhale, irritated. “Are you serious? Again with this nonsense? Jesus,
Kenji.” I unlatch the holster from my back and toss it on the bed behind me.
“What did you do this time?” “See?” Kenji points at me.
“See—why are you so quick to judge, huh, princess? Why assume that I
was the one who did something wrong? Why me?” He crosses his arms
against his chest, lowers his voice. “And you know, I’ve been meaning to talk
to you about this for a while, actually, because I really feel that, as supreme
commander, you can’t be showing preferential treatment like this, but clearly
Kenji goes suddenly still.
At the creak of the door Kenji’s eyebrows shoot up; a soft click and his
eyes widen; a muted rustle of movement and suddenly the barrel of a gun is
pressed against the back of his head. Kenji stares at me, his lips making no
sound as he mouths the word psychopath over and over again.
The psychopath in question winks at me from where he’s standing, smiling
like he couldn’t possibly be holding a gun to the head of our mutual friend. I
manage to suppress a laugh.
“Go on,” Warner says, still smiling. “Please tell me exactly how she’s
failed you as a leader.”
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