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I listened to the audio and the narrator is amazing. You’re the path a choose from the moment I saved you on the mountain. They find the hidden cavern entrance and Shay has to mountain climb across and set a line for everyone to follow. Oct 07, Nisha added it. You were a lone wolf. Overall, the writing was decent. But not so disappointed that I hated the entire book.


I would have been there with all three of her books and instead of her stupid signature, I would be demanding a REFUND for all three books! Overlong but engrossing popular vampire romance. Bloodrkse, to be honest, it was dystopian! I rated it two stars. Teen, 14 years old Written by Baileythekidd June 19, This once amazing series is now ruined. Informizely customer crfmer surveys. She loves Shay but still goes and makes out with poor Ren who loved her since they were little.

For kids who love fantasy. However, obviously, Shay is not happy about the addition to the group. I do love Cremer’s writing. Andrea Cremer is a gifted and talented writer.


REN deserved better than Calla. It also made me mad at Calla.

Bloodrose: Nightshade, Book 3 Book Review

Eventually she picks out Shay but she still doesn’t tell Ren about it because she doesn’t want to mess his state of mind during war. This made everything else I just mentioned very small and almost non-existent. Is Shay forever a wolf or crejer

I wanted to love it. Why do most of the books emphasize violence and sexuality? I set my mind that it was going to sit on my shelf, looking pretty right next to the other two and beyond that, never get touched. After it was over they all andtea their respects and said goodbye.

He suffered many losses. It was so visual. Modern fairy tale fascinates; some iffy content.

Bloodrose: Nightshade, Book 3

Though I assume the outcome from the first page, I felt Andrea Cremer felt the need to handle things a certain way so that some could accept Calla’s fate.

Calla basically told him before the fight that she chose Shay, the stupid witch.

Sure it wasn’t a perfect happily ever after that satiates the warm and fuzzies, but lets face it The family trees were interesting as well. Aug 04, Sarah macferrin rated it it was amazing. I especially liked the epilogue, which was not told in first person point of view. How could you love that hypocritical bitch? He wanted his parents throughout the whole series and when he finally gets them he gives them up for Calla after a 20 minute reunion with them. I was still drawn to him–the one who was so obviously my counterpart.


Some thoughts about the book, spoilers might be present. And when it comes down to it, I liked the sense of community and purpose and lifestyle Calla lived in at the beginning of the series.

OK another little gripe having to do with Ren was his relationship with Adne. I got annoyed, irritated, bored. Calla initiates sex by taking off her top in one sex scene and spends a good bit of time thinking about sex or touching both of her suitors. But I really don’t care at this point anymore.

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She strings along one of her love interests into believing he has a chance with her, even though she knows he doesn’t. Ren is such a andera. I felt as if Cremer took the eas http: And Shay he gets mad when xndrea brings up Ren. What I want demand to see in this book: The relationships are not very Except for the ultimate ending.

This book would have been a 5 star for me but it went all wrong.

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