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By Erica Crouch | Comments: ( 438 ) | Date: ( Apr 10, 2020 )

Earth is in ruins, and the war of Heaven and Hell has spilled over into the mortal world In the frozen wasteland of the apocalypse, Azael and his band of cohorts search for Pen and Michael with orders to kill Little does he know that his sister has incited a rebel army of her own Angels and demons alike stand side by side, ready and willing to fight for a future they diEarth is in ruins, and the war of Heaven and Hell has spilled over into the mortal world In the frozen wasteland of the apocalypse, Azael and his band of cohorts search for Pen and Michael with orders to kill Little does he know that his sister has incited a rebel army of her own Angels and demons alike stand side by side, ready and willing to fight for a future they didn t realize they could have Change doesn t come easy, though Pen is wary of joining New Genesis s revolution, but when Azael shows his hand and Pen learns all that he holds over them, she chooses to fight back, no matter the risk She only has to survive, one hour at a time.


  • Title: Incite
  • Author: Erica Crouch
  • ISBN: 9781927940259
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Erica Crouch

Erica Crouch is a fiction writer and genre hopper She has co founded two publishing collectives, Patchwork Press and Weapenry, and has produced nine novels and two screenplays Originally from Ellicott City, Erica has since moved into the heart of Annapolis, Maryland where she continues to write while studying law.Read about her online at ericacrouch.



Comments Incite

  • Lanie (Lanies Book Thoughts)

    Where to start with this one.m I'll start with saying I was incredibly pleased and surprised by the turn of events in this book. After reading the other books in this series, I kinda set the bar pretty high for this author honestly, so the fact it not only hit that bar but went way above simply rocked.The alternating point of views between the twins was wonderful, it definitely felt like a yin and yang thing going on. You had Pen desperately trying to be good and make a difference with how she l [...]


  • Erica Crouch

    (I wrote it, so I sure hope I liked it!)


  • Chiara

    A copy of this novel was provided for review via Net Galley on behalf of the publisher.Alright, I’m just gonna come out and say that I am listening to Miley Cyrus’s Adore You on repeat whilst I am writing this review. Because you guess it I adored Azael. HA! I bet you thought I was going to say I adored Incite, which I did. But holy cow, Azael completely and totally stole the show.I mentioned in my review of Ignite and Entice that I liked Azael. A lot. Well. This is a ‘like’ no longer. T [...]


  • Juletta Gilge

    AZAEL!! How could you!? I thought it was bad in the first one, but the things he does, the things he thinks in this one were so much worse. I had a small shred of hope at the beginning of this book for him. But now.After what he did I just want to scream at him. I LOVED the dual POV with Azael and Pen. It was fascinating getting into their minds to see how they saw different situations. What each of them was doing at the same point in time.This book hurt some of my feels. Az just spiraled furthe [...]


  • Khulood

    Love love love!Can't wait for the next book (and novella)! This book has dual POV of both Azael and Pen It was great seeing how Azael's mind works, seeing his reasonings to everything, and just how far he'd go to get to Pen. Also, Pen's struggle in joining the rebels (New Genesis), and dealing with Michael. Finally, that Lilith's epilogue! OMG cliffhanger! I really can't wait to see what Lilith is hiding!*This arc was kindly provided by Patchwork Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest rev [...]


  • Ayah

    I received an e Arc copy of Incite from Netgalley via Patchwork Press in exchange with an honest review. I am also reviewing it as a part of the Incite Blog Tour.Incite begins with a prologue from Azael's POV that opens a portal to his mind where I witnessed some emotions I thought he had already buried.This book was written from both POV of Pen and Azaeal, which is really interesting. The reader gets to learn more about both characters. More about what they are becoming, and not what they were. [...]


  • Shelley

    **I received this book for free from (Patchwork Press) via (NetGalley) in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!! This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.***Genre* Paranormal Fantasy*Rating* 3.0*My Thoughts*Incite is the sequel to Ignite. This time out, Crouch alternates narratives between Pen (Penemuel) and her brother Azael. I do believe that there's no longer any doubt that Az is a sick, twisted, psychopath who blames Pen for everything, but still intends on [...]


  • Leonor (Ner)

    Rating: 4,5 cups/stars!Disclaimer: I received this book from the author, Erica Crouch, in exchange for an honest review.When I was sort of “invited” to be part of Incite Blog Tour – I received Erica Crouch’s newsletter with the sign-up to it so, yah, I wasn’t directly invited as being invited by the author if you know what I mean – I couldn’t help myself but sign-up immediately. I mean, you all know I’m a fan of Erica Crouch, right? So, of course I had to be part of the Blog Tour [...]


  • pearl.

    *I received this Advance Reader Copy in exchange for my honest review*Why cliffhanger?!?! I'm really wondering about that ending. Is it really Pen? Sigh, when is book 3 coming out because I kind of need it now. Anyhow, I don't really want to spoil the plot, so I'll just point out a few things I really enjoyed about Incite.The alternating Pen/Az POV. The book starts out with a prologue from Azael's point of view. This made me squeal with delight because I love Azael and I desperately wanted any i [...]


  • Dana Cuadrado

    *I received a copy of this book for review*I absolutely love this series. Erica Crouch's writing improves with every book and she has become one of my favorite authors. Incite was an epic sequel to Ignite and picks up almost where it left off with the characters I know and love. There was some new characters introduced and I loved them. This series is dark and breathtakingly beautiful; I just can not get enough of it. Incite is told in dual point of view and I think Erica Crouch pulled this off [...]


  • Ashley

    I received a free copy of Incite for my honest review.Earth is in ruins, and the war of Heaven and Hell has spilled over into the mortal world. In the frozen wasteland of the apocalypse, Azael and his band of cohorts search for Pen and Michael with orders to kill. Little does he know that his sister has incited a rebel army of her own. Angels and demons alike stand side by side, ready and willing to fight for a future they didn’t realize they could have. Change doesn’t come easy, though. Pen [...]


  • Elisa

    You can also find more reviews at my blog Lii's Adventures in Bookland*This Book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for a honest review*It was a pleasure to once again read about Pen, Azael and Michael. But this time I kind of stood by Azael's side Now let me explain why.Something changed in Azael on this book. He became more aware of his need for his sister whilst struggling with the obligation to kill her and I enjoyed that very much. Pen on the other side, to me, she seemed to still [...]


  • Mikaela

    ARC provided for honest review, thank you! :)You can find my reviews at: The Titan's TombThis series feels more like reading poetry than a novel, I have never read a series that has touched my soul like Ignite has. As soon as I started reading I felt as though I was completely immersed into not only Pen's, but Azael's lives. The juxtaposition between the two characters is monumental, one calling out to the light side in each of us, and the other almost howling for the part of us where chaos and [...]


  • Elaine

    Told from the points of view of Azael and Pen this is a great addition to the series and leaves readers just wanting more! Telling the story in this way deepens the readers understanding of both characters, making it easy to empathise with them both as we journey with them as they discover more about themselves and what they are becoming. The imagery created by the author is, at times, all encompassing, making the reader feel like a participant in the scenes, her use of language superb and enthr [...]


  • Michelle's Paranormal Vault of Books

    review to come soon. around Feb 17, I loved it and and wanting the next in series now.


  • Hannah Davies

    (I received an ARC copy of INCITE in exchange for a fair review. I intern with Patchwork Press, but this has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.)I couldn't wait to get my hands on Incite. I'm a big fan of Erica Crouch's writing and the story of Pen and Michael is no exception. Following the end of Ignite, I was eager to find out where our young star-crossed lovers were going to end up and Incite had me on the edge of my seat.Incite starts with Pen and Michael running for their lives ac [...]


  • books are love

    Erica Crouch has some serious mad writing skillz. I say this because we have heaven and hell. Hell has crashed into Heaven and Azael Pen’s brother is now the King of Hell. I should not like Azael. I should not even think anything nice about Azael and yet I am drawn to him like a moth to a flame. With how she writes Azael and the insight we get into his thoughts and world, you feel for him. You truly want to see something good for him. Especially in the end you just want to wrap him in your arm [...]


  • Kayla D

    A free digital copy of this book was provided by the author as part of a blog tour in exchange for an honest review.Incite was originally supposed to be the thrilling conclusion to Erica Crouch’s Ignite series. However, Erica announced some pretty big changes, rendering Incite the third book in a five-book series composed of two novellas and three full-length novels.Incite follows Pen and Michael as they lead a rebel group called New Genesis against the dogma of Hell and Heaven. Out for their [...]


  • Laura Greenwood

    a-reader-lives-a-thousand-liveTitle: Incite Series: Ignite (#2) Author: Erica Crouch From: NetgalleyGenre: Urban Fantasy Release Date: 17th February 2015Challenges: 2016 Blogger Shame, Summer COYER 2016, 2016 Netgalley & Edelweiss Challenge, 2016 Reading Assignment, 2016 Prequel & Sequel Challenge (2 points) Links: - Synopsis (from ); Earth is in ruins, and the war of Heaven and Hell has spilled over into the mortal world. In the frozen wasteland of the apocalypse, Azael and his band o [...]


  • Fangs for the Fantasy

    Hell has invaded Heaven and won. Azael is the king of hell, Lucifer sits on the golden throne and the Earth is in ruinsAmong these ruins the demon Pen and Archangel Michael try to survive the forces of heaven and hell both of which are hunting them.While they are running, seemingly doomed, they do find one thing to give them hope: New Genesis, angels and demons who are no longer willing to align with Heaven or Hell. Maybe there’s space for a third way.I am glad that we got on to the rebellion [...]


  • Kirsty Vizard

    When I read Ignite I said “the climatic ending . . had me looking for the sequel but, unfortunately, there is a wait :-(“. 18 months later, Incite is released and the story of Pen, Azael and Michael continues. As I read Entice immediately before Incite, I admit that I had to skim through the first novel to refresh my memory a little, but once I had done this I was ready to dive right into the story.Azael and Pen are changed characters. In part, because they have lost each other and also beca [...]


  • Kriselda Gray

    I received a copy of this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Have you ever finished reading a book and then had a hard time figuring out which of the books you've been so eager to get to you're going to read next because what you REALLY want to do is spend more time with the characters from that book in which you've just turned the last page? Well, that's the dilemma "Incite" currently has me in.I've sung the praises of the first two installments in Erica Crouch's "Ign [...]


  • Aisazia

    MINOR SPOILERSI feel like Crouch's writing has improved after I read Incite! Thinking back I think that Ignite was more of a set up for Incite which explains a little bit of the plot. The main conflict is different than the previous books, it is no longer the demon virus but something bigger. My excitement for this book might have to do with the more intricate plot or series of events because I felt myself flying through these pages much quicker than the previous books. Not that the others didn' [...]


  • Brandee Price

    Hell now rules in Heaven. Earth is turning into a frigid wasteland where humans are dying at the hands of demons, if not the cold. Pen and Michael are on the run with angels and demons both on their heels. And a little band of rebels, inspired by Pen and Michael's choosing something different, are asking them to join forces against Heaven and Hell. Azael, the King of Hell, is determined to find Pen and Michael before anyone else -- in hopes of being the one to end Michael and save Pen.I marveled [...]


  • Barbara

    Disclaimer:I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Check my blog: banosaur/2015/02/iIf you read my Ignite's review, you know that, to me, the best part of the book was Azael. I am one of those readers who can't not love an evil-sassy-character!Well, I did love Az a lot without even really knowing him - as everything we knew was what Pen thought about him. But now I don't just love him - now I want one Azael to myself!There were way too many good things about Incite.T [...]


  • Rebecca

    The Cover: The cover to Ignite is absolutely kick ass!! Totally fitting for a kick ass heroine and an equally kick ass series!! Our beautiful dark winged cover model is exactly how I would imagine our protagonist to look, right down to the leather jacket.The Plot: Erica Crouch crafts a story that draws you in and makes you pick a side. With an intense plot, dialogue that flows well and moves the story and detailed settings, I was litterally feeling ice cold as I read this Incite. Without reveali [...]


  • Alyce Hunt

    First off, I need to say a massive thank you to Patchwork Press for accepting my request to review this title on NetGalley, and to NetGalley for the service they provide.After struggling to get into the first novel in this series, I flew through the novella and couldn't wait to get through the second book, because I thought I was going to absolutely devour it. However, I was suffering from a terrible migraine earlier on in this week, so it's taken me a bit longer to read it than I was hoping.How [...]


  • Heather A

    I received a copy from Netgalley.Unfortunately this is DNF for me at 15%. I'm just not enjoying it at all. I remember I really liked the first book and the prequel novella I read in this series, but I think its been well over a year since I read either of them, and to be perfectly honest, I simply just can not remember at all what happened in the first book. I haven't got a clue what's going on in this one, and I think that is a big factor in the fact that I'm not liking this book much. I was ho [...]


  • Jessica

    I went a good week or so between reading the first one and reading this one and I was worried that my commitment wasn't going to be as strong with this one since I had waited and the story was already seeping out of my head. And then I started Incite and was instantly back into the world excited and dying to know what happened next. Pen is the kind of character that I love to read aboutere is just something about her that is wonderful. She is sassy and way more down to earth than most main chara [...]


  • Elizabeth Emily Browne

    Light burns through darkness.The ending of ignite leads straight into the beginning of incite. After ignite I had pretty high expectations for incite and I can honestly say that incite totally exceeded them. I have completely fallen in love with this series. I found myself being far more compassionate towards Azael then I thought I would. I also didn't thing that I'd fall in love with both Pen and Azael. There were a few new characters in this one who I grew to love too. Who thought that by the [...]


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