Series: Shatter Me #3
Published by Harper Collins on 4 February 2014
Genres: Dystopian, Paranormal Romance, Young Adult
Source: Kindle Purchase
Juliette now knows she may be the only one who can stop the Reestablishment. But to take them down, she'll need the help of the one person she never thought she could trust: Warner. And as they work together, Juliette will discover that everything she thought she knew-about Warner, her abilities, and even Adam-was wrong.
Ignite Me inspired me, so my review will be a poem, an acrostic poem to share with you, this way, I won’t spoil anything at all but still show my undivided appreciation of the beautiful prose, the character growth and the incredible story.
Ignite Me is strong, yet not sure
Graceful, ruthless and full of fight
Nurtured and loved
Incredibly steamy, and lovely as hell
Trustworthy, flippant and new
Extremely ready for change
Meaningful and full of heart
Entangled for life and beyond
Ignite Me is a beautiful ending to a beautiful trilogy, and even if my little poem can’t do it justice, I just felt like writing something in a different kind of prose as a kind of dedication to the wonderful prose that Ignite Me and the whole Shatter Me series involves.
Even if I shared my feelings for Ignite Me in a special way, I can’t help but share a few quotes as well – and there are many, many to choose from!
Time seems to stand still. Everything I want to say and everything I’ve wished to say begins to take shape, falling to the floor and scrambling upright. Paragraphs and paragraphs begin building walls around me, blocking and justifying as they find ways to fit together, linking and weaving and leaving no room for escape.
I’m so afraid to speak. So afraid to move my lips. I’m so scared that if I move even an inch, my body will snap in half and everyone will see that my insides are made up of nothing but all the tears I’m swallowing back right now.
It was affection and a desperate desire for physical connection. Two things I’d been so deprived of, and so wholly unfamiliar with. I had nothing to compare these new experiences to.