Restore Me (2018)

Restore Me Parents Guide | Restore Me Age Rating

Restore Me Parents Guide

Restore Me is a young adult dystopian thriller written by Tahereh Mafi, published by Harper Collins Publishers on March 6, 2018. The Restore Me is the fourth of a series of six books and the books are:

1. Shatter Me, 2. Unravel Me, 3. Ignite Me, 4. Restore Me, 5. Defy Me, and 6. Imagine Me

Juliette Ferrars thought she’d won. She took over Sector 45, was named the new Supreme Commander, and now has Warner by her side. But she can’t deny that she’s still the girl with the horrible power to kill with a single touch—and now she’s got the whole world in the palm of her hand. Many things to reveal many secrets are to uncover. When tragedy hits, who will she become? what she can do? Can she control her powers? Will she be able to apply her powers in the wrong way or the right way?

Restore Me Age Rating

Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi is age-rated for the ages 14+. The content in this book may be inappropriate for the age group under 14 as it contains high Violence and sexual content.

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Restore Me Parents Guide | Restore Me Age Rating
Restore Me Parents Guide | Restore Me Age Rating

Book Name Restore Me
Author Tahareh Mafi
Genre Fantasy
Series Shatter Me Trilogy
Recommended Age Rating 14+
Proceed by :

Followed by:

Ignite Me

Defy Me

 Date of Publication March 6 2018
No. of Page 435
Publisher Harper Collins Publication

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Restore Me Parents Guide 

It includes sexual content that is not suitable for kids.
There are some frequent bloodshed scenes in the story, violence is included in it.
There might be strong language in it.
The content in this account is a perfect fit for the age group of 13 and up as the book is all about fantasy that mature will find interesting.
Alcohol is encountered in this book.

Restore Me Summary

Once the adrenaline of overthrowing the Reestablishment fades, Juliette becomes engulf with the responsibilities of being Supreme Commander of North America. Having no knowledge about politics, she struggles to maintain political relations and is apprehensive at the lack of responses from other Supreme Commanders she’s reached out to. The only reply she receives is from Oceania: a brief, informal note stating “Can’t wait to see you.”

Meanwhile, Warner struggles with the death of his father. Feeling ashamed of his mourning for the cruel monster, he hides it from Juliette, which causes some tension between them. Warner and Juliette grow distant from each other though they still love each other.

Warner withholds crucial information from Juliette about the inner workings of the Reestablishment, claiming she doesn’t need his help because she’s capable of handling the job on her own. She was not happy with Warner because he never shares anything with her and that she knows little about his early life. Warner does not share these details not only because he’s extremely private, but also he doesn’t want to lose her, he was afraid she won’t love him anymore if she knew the horrible things his father made him do when he was younger.

Finally, Warner grabs courage because of Castel to reveal the things that Juilliet suppose or right to know, he told her people that raised her were her adoptive parents, and that her biological parents gave her up to the Reestablishment when she was five years old. Her memory was erased and her sister, Emmaline, was also given to the Reestablishment and was kept in a laboratory for study. It was all planned by his father to collect the unnatural humans and use them as a weapon to get political power.

When Warner was sixteen, Anderson received the opportunity to become Supreme Commander of North America, which meant he would move away from Sector 45 and abandon his sick, incapacitated wife. Warner begged his father to let him be Chief Commander and so he could stay at Sector 45 and keep taking care of his mother. Anderson agreed to give him the position only if he took the temporary job of overseeing the torturous experiments done on Emmaline. Warner, who was unaware of the wider conspiracy at the time, did as his father said, despite Emmaline’s pleas for mercy.

Feeling sickened, hurt, and betrayed, Juliette declares she can never trust Warner again and runs away from him. And went to the old headquarters where she got drunk and self-destructed herself following her Warner comes to her and takes care of her she tries to seduce but Warner denied cause she was totally out of her head.

Juliette wakes up the next morning with a renewed sense of purpose. She meets with the children of the other Supreme Commanders and addresses them formally, now she was more confident than ever before. She ignored Warner’s attempts at reconciliation, choosing to stay focused on her business. Several of Juliette’s Omega Point friends accompanied her to the symposium to lend their support. All of a sudden as she takes her place on stage the audience starts heckling and threatening her.

Then they draw their guns and begin shooting at her and her friends. Warner and Kenji are about to pull Juliette off stage when she starts screaming, channeling her lethal Energy at the crowd, and accidentally killed all 554 of them. Juliette barely has time to figure out that what has just happened her body got paralyzed by a sudden electric current. Her Omega Point friends are also dead, Kenji is being dragged away, Castle is unconscious, and Warner is placed in handcuffs. Just before she loses her mind, Juliette sees two people coming to her claiming to be her parents and have come to take her home.

Next, when Juliette wakes up she found herself in a child’s bedroom. She figures out from a collection of photos and letters that she’s in Glenorchy New Zealand, and that her real mother, Evie Sommers, is the Supreme Commander of Oceania. The door opens and her mother greets her, calling her Ella. Juliette passes out from shock and exhaustion.

Restore Me Characters

  • Juliette Ferrars: Juliette starts off like a scared, traumatized 17-year-old girl, having been abused, locked away, and made to feel like a monster her entire life.
  • Aaron Warner: 19-year-old leader of Sector 45 in the Reestablishment; shown as a very cold and manipulative person.
  • Adam Kent: A soldier in the army, 18 years old, He is known as a handsome man with blue eyes, tattoos, and dark brown hair.
  • Kenji Kishimoto: A 20-year-old soldier in Warner’s army who is friends with Adam
  • James Kent: Adam’s 10-year-old younger brother. He is extremely mature for his age.
  • Castle: Leader of the Rebellion (Omega Point).
  • Eve Sommers: Supreme commander of Oceania.

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