Ignite Me is the third and final installment of the Shatter Me trilogy. In this book, Juliet has to fully learn how to control her powers, especially because now there are more people counting on her than ever. She also has to come to terms with the fact that her initial judgement towards some of those she hated most, and some of those that she loved were completely wrong. Can she learn to trust others, as well as herself in time to save all the people she loves? I definitely enjoyed Ignite Me more than the last book in this series, Unravel Me. I was really glad to see that most of the things that annoyed me about Juliet were dealt with and gotten rid of in this book. Another thing that was a really pleasant surprise about this book is that we got to learn so much more about Warner, and what made him be the way that he is. Overall, this was absolutely the best of the series. If you’ve read Shatter Me and Unravel Me, you should definitely read this. One thing that was memorable about this book was the immense growth in maturity with Juliette. In the last two books, her unfailing ability to complain and depend upon Adam was on of the most frustrating things about her. In this, she really does grow past it, and deals with the real issues at hand. This was probably the second biggest reason that I enjoyed this book as much as I did.
Review by Liza, grade 8, Tuckahoe Area Library