- File Size: 6596 KB
- Print Length: 317 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Patchwork Press (June 26, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YJXXDQC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,548,753 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Ignite: The Complete Series Kindle Edition
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I went into this knowing nothing but that it revolved around Angels and Demons''Paranormal". I also heard nothing but good things about it, and watched the author's vlogs and decided that this book must be awesome. And I was right, I enjoyed reading Ignite and here is why!
The writing is, and I am in no way exaggerating this,is magical ! It is just so beautiful, that I plan on getting back to it and rereading in a much slower pace to take in and enjoy the writing more! I am adding Erica Crouch to my list of Authors with Beautiful writing Style,which includes Lauren Oliver,Tahereh Mafi, and A.G Howard!
However, there were times were the descriptions were a bit long and the story was a bit slow.During these descriptions, a concept was repeated a lot. Sometimes it slowed the story,and other times it was what made the story great.
Each character had his/her own little flavor to add to this story. No one is the same, and every character affects and is effected by another one. What I really liked about it is that nothing was rushed. There was not a second where I thought a character's thought were all over the place. In other words, the character building was pretty much well done!
Ignite is more about getting to know the background stories of everyone, and in my opinion, settling the accounts within each character to what they believe and how should they proceed in life.
The Romance here is just spectacular and I can't wait to see what happens next.Read more ›
As a whole, this is a story that will appeal to a wide audience. The characters are memorable and very well crafted, and I still find myself thinking about them long after I've finished this series. Waiting for each new installment to find out what was going to happen to Pen, Az, Michael, and their friends/enemies/acquaintances was so hard, so count your blessings that you get to read all of these books one right after another! Trust me, you won't want to read anything else in between. Each new book revealed more and more about these characters, and not a single one of them is the same person they started out as. Some have changed for the better, some for the worse, and some of them even lost what little bit remained of their sanity along the way.
The plot moves along very quickly, but not so quickly that it's impossible to step back and figure out what's going on. I basically read each book in one sitting, staying up all through the night sometimes just to get to the end. It was so hard to put these books down because I just had to know what was going to happen next. Even the two novellas, which are more background than actually adding to the main plot, have enough going on to make them just as exciting as the main books.
On top of all of that, Erica's writing is absolutely gorgeous. There were so many tears shed throughout this series because she just has this way with words and characters.Read more ›
The story of the Ignite series is just downright amazing. If you think you've read all the angel books out there, you're 100% incorrect. Because the Ignite series turns every single YA angel book trope on its head. This story isn't about angels and humans. It's about good and evil, light and dark, love and hate, romance and friendship and family. It is simply so much more than I could have ever expected when I first decided to read it.
Pen is an amazing heroine to read about because she is really quite flawed, but that's one of the reasons why I love her so much. She's trying to figure out who she is, and even though I'm no demon/fallen angel, I could relate to her in so many ways.
Michael is beautiful, as to be expected. He's charming, but also naive, and protective. Everything you could hope for in a love interest, to be honest.
But it's really Azael who holds my heart, and will forever more. I can, without a doubt, say that he is my favourite character of all time, and that will never change. He straight up stole my heart from the moment I read about him, and I'll love this demon until the end.
And there's also an adorable f/f romance between two of the angels that is too gorgeous for words.
In one word: beautiful. In some more: captivating, lyrical, enticing, and completely gorgeous.Read more ›