There are infinite ways to die, and the fates are calling for blood. After evading Azael since her betrayal, it’s finally time for Pen to stop running and face her desperate brother. But she won’t have to challenge him alone: the rebel army of New Genesis is ready to stand strong and fight to secure the future they believe in.
As Azael spirals deeper and deeper into darkness, and Pen grapples with her new leadership role, a familiar name rises to power whose decisions have the potential to rewrite everyone’s future. Dangerous secrets, silent traitors, and unraveling fates means that time is running out. There’s no telling who will survive the final battle.
In this thrilling conclusion to the Ignite series, Pen and Azael return to finish what they started over a millennia ago.
If you’re still not sure if ‘Infinite’ is the book for you, I’ve included a small excerpt below, just to completely convince you…
Descending the stone stairs of the tower, I shove all thoughts of Jeremy aside. When I crash out into the courtyard, I see her. It’s like running into a wall. It stops me dead in my tracks, seeing my sister for the first time since she betrayed me.
She’s dressed in dark, sturdy leather, and her skin is the color of the spidering ice beneath her. Her shoulders are back–the slump she’d held herself in over so many years ironed away by defiance. There’s a new strength about her that I can’t quite pin, and when Michael reaches out to touch her, a roaring begins in my ears. I’ll cut his fingers off one by one. Then maybe I’ll feed them to the birds.
The wind tosses Pen’s hair across her face for a moment before I can see her more clearly. She’s dark and deadly, her eyes bright and her weapons at the ready. All of her muscles are poised to strike at anything that comes near her, and I drink in the picture of my warrior sister. This is who I always wanted her to be: a fighter, forged from iron and bathed in blood. She could rule Hell by my side. If others saw this version of her, they’d understand.
But no one’s seen this rendering of Pen. They saw the weak girl splashed with ink. The small demon who ducked her head and spoke to herself too often. They see a traitor, a coward, an angel-lover.
I want to kill her. I want to save her.
I don’t know which one will win out tonight.
I know you’re really pumped for ‘Infinite’ now, so I’m pleased to be able to give you the chance to win a copy!
Because Erica is doing a Q&A when the ‘Infinite’ blog tour finishes, you can leave your comments with your questions, that way you’re killing two birds with one stone and entering the giveaway too!
If you just can’t wait for the giveaway to be over, ‘Infinite’ is available on Amazon UK and Amazon US – so go, go, go!
Matthew Gray Gubler as Gus
Spencer Locke as Ana
Liam Aitken as Jeremy
Isn’t it such an amazing cast?! I would watch this movie instantly. Erica told me she can never decide on an actor for Lucifer, but I’m interested to hear who you guys would decide to cast as him? All throughout my reading I was imagining Mark Pellegrino, who played Lucifer in Supernatural, but I’m sure we’ve all been picturing different people!
And sadly, that’s it for this blog post, and for the Ignite series. Another huge thank you to Erica, for letting me come along on this journey with her, and to Patchwork Press, an amazing publishing company who never put out a disappointing title. Just remember, if you have anything to say to Erica, or any questions to ask her, her Q&A is on June 30th and you can leave your questions in a comment down below!