Ignite Me

Tahereh Mafi

Shelfie Score: 51%

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Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages: 416


The heart-stopping conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Shatter Me series, which Ransom Riggs, author of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and Hollow City, called "a thrilling, high-stakes saga of self-discovery and forbidden love." With Omega Point destroyed, Juliette doesn't know if the rebels, her friends, or even Adam are alive. But that won't keep her from trying to take down The Reestablishment once and for all. Now she must rely on Warner, the handsome commander of Secto...

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Ann Fernandez

I both love and hate this novel simultaneously. I know that doesn't make sense to most people, but it's just how I feel. I have a huge tie to these characters and their relationships, they genuinely feel like another part of myself. However, I hate nearly everything about the plot and want to rip it to shreds.

Juliette is finally decent, her whole arc comes to a close at this point in the story and you now feel she's ready to be a legitimate protagonist. It's very, very satisfying to see after being through the torture of Unravel Me, where Juliette was at her most annoying.

Warner completes his arc as well, becoming a fully redeemed character and thus it doesn't feel as strange when he becomes a love interest as with Unravel Me.

I still find the situation with Warner to be very interesting, he engaged in some dubiously problematic behavior but later apologized for it, and at this point in time we see him as a potential love interest despite said dubious behavior. I still don't know how to feel about it, and the first time I read this series was over 3 years ago.

Then we have Adam, who is definitely the worst character out of them all, who instead of growing like everyone else, has almost devolved into something worse than he already was. He was already possessive before, and he then becomes even more possessive, to the point where he completely disregards everything Juliette says in favor of doing what he considers right for her. He then continues to do this on repeat until I want to bang my head into a wall.

Kenji was as amazing as usual, no surprise there. Kenji is a source of guidance and advice to Juliette regarding her troubles, and watching them develop an even stronger friendship is great.

My biggest issue was how they decided the best system of government to take control after the Reestablishment is taken down is essentially a dictatorship and yet no one really objects to this, because apparently all you have to do is trust a person with absolute power over the people and everything will be fine.

I'd like to say that this is what convinced me that I shouldn't continue on with the series anymore.


Bookaxe Characteristics for Ignite Me

Character and Plot:

Characters in depth

Fast-paced plot

Language and Style:

Straight to the point

Language and style central

New Information:

Pure entertainment

Introduces you to new ideas


Explores the darker side of life
Light-hearted and optimistic


No swearing or violence etc
Frequent swearing and violence etc

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