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!.
Everything about Ren’s story line is so sad. This just goes to show that it’s ok for teenagers to have sex, drink, and cures. Excellent author, excellent series. They were worked as a team the whole way through. Still that ending was harsh imagine – Just bloodrosee this book and WOW. Human’s don’t have liters of cubs. Crsmer with This Book. You’d think I didn’t enjoy this trilogy but I really did.
I’m just not a fan of a love-triangle like this.
Okay, I am done with this before I start sobbing like a 2 year old. I’m only on the first book atm and ren seems like a asswhole forcing cal into sitting in his lap but she does feel something for him but shay is obvs her bad does something happen does ten get nicer coz i see cal with shay from the beginning coz ren seams like a dick unless he cremerr something nice.
There are positive messages about all kinds of relationships, as well as a focus on the fact that a family is more than a blood bond — it can include the people who nurture and care for you unconditionally. View all 10 comments. Im so sorry for ya! Then you found us.
Cremr her books, she strives to bring together her two passions: I seriously cried for probably an hour. Hardcoverpages. Ha ha ha Andrea thanks for nothing! Continue reading Bloodrode less. Going into this book, hearing all the rumors and spoilers related to the two major controversial scenes, I was certain that the disappointment would override my desire to follow the series to its conclusion.
I don’t know if I’ll even rate it to be honest.
More of my reviews at Mystifying Paranormal Reviews Jan 06, Nikita Shankar rated it did not like it Recommends it for: The deaths are mourned but not for long, as this is a “warrior culture,” where the solider-like characters consider it an honor to die fighting blodrose their beliefs and each other. He sure won my heart!
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I felt as if Cremer took the easy way out. I was left with more sadness than satisfaction, and confusion more than clarity.
Calla going back and forth was a major drag. But if I can set aside my feelings about the love story, the rest of the story was really cool.
I rated bloodorse two stars. The first chapter was the most Ren and Calla spoke or interacted with each other at one time. Cremmer also made me mad at Calla. I have yet to come across a more wimpy, spineless ending. Calla growing up for once and making decisions for herself that don’t immediately put everyone close to her in mortal danger.
LOL All in all, I would recommend you take a chance on this series – despite the reviews.
Before she wrote her first novel, Andrea was a history professor at Andrea Cremer is the author of the internationally bestselling Nightshade series.
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