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. Parents need to know that the final installment in author Andrea Cremer’s best- selling supernatural Nightshade trilogy once again features. The Paperback of the Bloodrose (Nightshade Series #3) by Andrea Cremer at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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The main problem is that the central love triangle in this book falls flat, and the way author Andrea Cremer resolves it is a cruel ploy that, while common in YA literature, is still a colossal and anti-climactic cop out.
I am enraged at this woman right now! The final chapter provides a startling but fitting ending for bloodrode wolf pack, and, after all of the deaths and sadness, there’s a lovely moment of peace that creemer offer Calla’s fans a sense of closure, while also setting up the possibility of a spin-off for the Seekers, who were by far the more interesting group in the series.
I had cried enough over books lately but this one sent me over the edge. Open Preview See a Problem? Why God, why did it have to be this way. The other star is simply for wasting my time successfully. Go Ren you hot young thing!
Then REN even lost his life! 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. I just wonder why. As I read a book, I take notes after each chapter.
But it just wasn’t my type of ending. All my stars are for REN! View all 19 comments.
Bloodrose: Nightshade, Book 3
You’re the path a choose from the moment I saved you on the mountain. But she goes way out there with some things that happen in this book Crrmer, screw this series!
Were they born wolves? It has an average of 4 stars, but when I scroll through all the reviews they are all low!
Bloodrose: Nightshade, Book 3 Book Review
God, I hate I spent good money on this book. But I really don’t care at cfemer point anymore. I loved this series. And it still tore me apart. Is it any good?
The rest of the group is attacked by vampire bats that cling to Silas and drain all of his blood. Parents need to know that the final installment in author Andrea Cremer’s best-selling supernatural Nightshade trilogy once again features violence and sexuality that may not cremre appropriate for under readers.
BLOODROSE by Andrea Cremer | Kirkus Reviews
The two male alpha werewolves are openly jealous of each other. Several couples kiss passionately, and Calla initiates sex with one of her two suitors. Calla is the rare protagonist who becomes less likable as her series continues. Calla and her wolf pack must help Shay and the Seekers destroy the Keepers’ evil hold on their world. What is wrong with the world?? Teen, 14 years old Written by Baileythekidd June 19, Other less important characters also die during the climactic battle, and one cremef character is presumed dead.
Well, anyway, I though he was a bit shallower in this than in previous books. Ren was the best character. I cremr the name,but it was intriguing enough to allow me to want to read more, even after the disappointment I found in this book.
Calla has to force him to finish as the Searchers and remaining wolves are taking out the Nether creatures. Andreq I like that Ren was killed off? The first chapter was the most Ren and Calla spoke or interacted with each other at one time.