As with the second installment, Cremer writes little to no exposition of the overall plot, clearly expecting that new readers will begin with the first. The third book in the phenomenal New York Times bestselling Nightshade series Calla has always welcomed war. But now that the final battle is upon her. The Paperback of the Bloodrose (Nightshade Series #3) by Andrea Cremer at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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Yep, I thought so. The love triangle was oh-so-angsty. I set my mind that it was going to sit on my shelf, looking pretty right next to the other bloofrose and beyond that, never get touched. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Going into this book, hearing all the rumors and spoilers related to the blooerose major controversial scenes, I was certain that the disappointment would override my desire to follow the series to its conclusion.
On the one hand, considering Calla from a feminist perspective, she’s in control and makes forceful decisions as the alpha leader of her wolf pack. But life is not always easy or simple.
Of course there is this war going on and quite bkoodrose few characters die. I’m probably the odd man out. Calla is so stupid.
Oh God, I can’t believe Adne had to face such an awful fate!
However she did walk away from an arranged marriage to be cremeg someone she loved, so I guess doing ONE thing for herself makes her a “selfish” person. Andrea Cremer is the author of the internationally bestselling Nightshade series. Come to think of it, no wonder I dislike Shay so much. Just tell me one thing.
A couple of key characters are killed off, one in a particularly cremmer way that will upset many readers. It was just weird. Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts. How could you love that hypocritical bitch?
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That should not be over looked simply because my favorite character was ax’d. Overall, I didn’t find Calla very likable in this book and was quite disappointed. I loved this series.
And Shay he gets mad when she brings up Ren. View all comments. You can probably guess them, but just to be safe, I won’t say. There was plenty of action, suspense, betrayal and a love triangle for the ages.
Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. Well, I can honestly say this book did just that for me. I think it was safe to say that the fans of this book were overwhelmingly Team REN. Shay ruined everything but so did Calla in the end.
For me, it was the exact opposite. Did she have to rush to write these last 2?
Gripping werewolf thriller explores lust more than love. I knew back on page that I should have stopped reading, because Calla made her choice, as if I didn’t already know it was coming, but I knew Ren was done after that.
Apparently, this is one of those sets of novels that you either love or hate I milked this book for a week before I finally ripped off the Band-Aid and finished it up! I’m emotionally exhausted after reading this book, because I was just mad through most of it. Never in my life have I ever despised a love interest as much as him, but to be fair he was a lot better uh, yeah who could have guessed blokdrose he was in Wolfsbane.
I have yet to come across a more wimpy, spineless ending. I want a refund of all the emotions she sucked out of me, for a character who was doomed from the beginning! I couldn’t find a single thing that spoke about the origin of the Guardians other then, they were created by the Keepers.
‘Bloodrose’ trailer review and interview with author Andrea Cremer
Cremer and I regret ever reading Nightshade which is my favorite book in the series. Werewolf finale focuses on love triangle and bloody battle.
Andrea now lives in New York and writes full time. I would say that was pretty awesome. She described everything so amazingly. And not one you’re going to forget two days later! We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally appropriate. First off, I want to say that ccremer little teaser that was released before the book was released was a total misrepresentation. Everything about Ren’s story line is so sad.
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Amazon Rapids Fun stories cre,er kids on the go. I wanted to love it. He doesn’t bug me so much anymore. I one hundred percent understand the ending, but that doesn’t mean I have to like it.
I don’t know if I’ll even rate it to be honest. I can’t wait to read this book.