Infinite (Ignite #3)

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By: Erica Crouch

Genre: Fiction, Fantasy, Young Adult, Romance

Review: Pen and Michael have joined New Genesis in an effort to bring balance to earth and beyond. Although Pen is initially hesitant to join, she quickly finds her voice in leadership. She and Michael have become stronger in every way with their dedication to each other fueling them with hope for a new future. Azael, however, is slipping into a deeper darkness tormented by the rejection of Pen. Heaven, Hell, Angels, Demons, Humans… the battle is over and the war has begun.

I was given an ARC of Infinite from the publisher for my honest review. So here it is!

Wow! What an amazing comeback! When I received this ARC and learned that it was the third in the series, I realised that I would need to read the first two to give the best review possible. I was very disappointed with the first book, but held out hope for the continuation of the series as I really enjoyed the premise. Crouch finds her balance in Infinite. Allowing the reader into the mind of the characters and their worlds while keeping the story moving. She bring the weaknesses of Pen and Michael into maturity as their love and circumstances shape their characters.

Although I found the ending a little predictable, I fully enjoyed watching it all play out. I also love how Crouch allows the reader into the mind of Lilith in this book! What a wonderfully evil character. Exactly what I would imagine her to be. Beautifully done.

4 wings


About the Author:

crouchErica Crouch is a young adult and new adult author from Baltimore, Maryland. She has a strange blended aesthetic of cute and spooky, and her books reflect her ever changing mood. (You may find romance, you may find gore — sometimes both in the same book, but probably not at the same time. Probably.)

Erica is the cofounder of Patchwork Press — an indie publishing collective that produces middle grade, young adult, and new adult titles in all genres — and Weapenry — a resource for writers. She is the head of editorial services and design, with over fifty projects to her name.

(From Amazon)

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Where to find your copy: Amazon    Barnes & Noble


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