Chronicling the rise of the Keepers, this is the stunning prequel to Andrea Cremer’s internationally bestselling Nightshade trilogy! Sixteen-year-old. Summary: A book that initially takes its time, but will soon have you racing towards the dramatic final acts and leave you breathless for the next. This prequel to the popular Nightshade trilogy takes readers to Scotland in , where the Searchers and Keepers conflict begins.
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She’s a perfect example of a fierce heroine. Sorry, I had to let that out. Every time I end up reading them Crfmer done in a day and I enjoy every second of it.
Not worth the effort. Freedom from a marriage she doesn’t want, freedom to exercise her unwomanly passions for weaponry and fighting. Her childhood friend Allistair is also a guard and seeks to help her in any way he can. He offered his hand to andrae her up but released her fingers the moment she was on her feet.
No wolfsbane-style love triangles or wolf scuba diving scenes in sight, thank god. I decided to read this because I’ve loved all of Andrea Cremer’s historical fantasy short stories in A Ty 4.
But Conatus holds many secrets, and Ember soon realises that the dangers she faces aren’t just from recognisable enemies, but creatures rivt a netherworld she didn’t know existed. Collectively, they provide a strength and companionship for Ember, who is so far away from the comforts of home.
Trivia About Rift Nightshade I felt like his presence was necessary to get the story in motion, so I didn’t mind this aspect. I wish authors would do prequel series more. What anxrea i read first? Apr 10, Orangehead rated it did not like it Shelves: The way she described the setting was just so long and boring.
Rift by Andrea Cremer
View all 12 comments. Overall, the story just felt a bit light on content where there could have been more development. My answer – I loved the world Andrea’s created in Nightshade, and I was more than interested to see how it all began in this prequel. The efficient writing leads the reader to a wonderful world of amazing elements.
I was completely engrossed in this story, I loved Ember, as I usually love strong female protagonists.
I also really liked to understand more about what happened during the Nightshade novels, the mythology, the hunger for power, the fight against evil, and the true companionship among the the guardians of the world.
Books by Andrea Cremer. So cremre you’re wondering why the hell I’m reading another one of Andrea’s novels AND why I’m even bothering with the prequel. Cremer must try to satisfy both sets of readers.
Fans of romance, historical fantasy, and strong female characters will enjoy this first installment in the Nightshade Prequel series. For the few flaws, I give it four stars. No wolves at all, actually, and I think the book is creer for it; this is better read as a standalone series than as a prequel to Nightshade, imo.
I’m not the history teacher, here. Even the minor characters all triggered an emotional response from me. Andrea Cremer is back with Rift, gift prequel to the Nightshade series. There is a lot of action, and a lot of emotion running through Rift.
If this however turns out anything like bloodrose in which she kills of one of the main and awesome charachters- that really does signal the end of her in my dremer.
Rift is set on A. I felt no connection with not only the whole story, but its characters as well. Oct 21, Mariya rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ember takes to her destiny like peanut butter and jelly. Fans of historical fantasy, romance should definitely enjoy this prequel. The Guard has several characters that you will love to hate and hate to love.
For a moment his fingers rested against her cheekbone. Cian and Eira are the sisters who started it all.
Those who read the original trilogy know exactly where things are going. Aug 09, Liviania rated it really liked it. When will they learn that spin-off novels are rarely good?