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[ Read Online Nightshade ↠´ dark-fantasy PDF ] by Andrea Cremer è Calla Tor Has Always Known Her Destiny After Graduating From The Mountain School, She Ll Be The Mate Of Sexy Alpha Wolf Ren Laroche And Fight With Him, Side By Side, Ruling Their Pack And Guarding Sacred Sites For The Keepers But When She Violates Her Masters Laws By Saving A Beautiful Human Boy Out For A Hike, Calla Begins To Question Her Fate, Her Existence, And The Very Essence Of The World She Has Known By Following Her Heart, She Might Lose Everything Including Her Own Life Is Forbidden Love Worth The Ultimate SacrificeA Finely Wrought Compelling Tale Of Romance And TreacheryCynthia Leitich SmithNew York Times Bestselling Author Of Eternal And Tantalize So everyone is probably going to hate me for writing this review but this is my honest to god opinion I really wanted to like Nightshade I waited so long to read this and I was dying to read it too I heard nothing but great things about this series but I really wanted the book in paperback to save money And the week the paperback came out, I immediately bought it And wellI hated it Okay no, hate is a strong word I didn t hate this book In fact, the beginning of this book started off strong and had me completely reeled in But after awhile, I lost complete interest.
First off, Calla justI don t know how to explain it but I didn t like her I felt like Cremer was trying too hard to make her sound like a teenager and it didn t come off right on paper Its like she was a mixture of too many things all at once She was too fake in my opinion.
Second, there s Ren Yes, I sa Usually, as a reviewer of YA and one who attracts a relative amount of trolls, I get told often that someone as OLD as me shouldn t be reviewing YA books And at the staggeringly long lived age of 25, I might as well be on Kidney dialysis and walking around with a zimmerframe to these people Coincidentally, how do you like my tiara Usually, I ignore these people because I can easily pretend to turn off my hearing aid and go to sleep They stop annoying me when I pretend to fart in my sleep and snore simultaneously.
For the first time, probably ever, I really feel the distinction I didn t like this book, so I ll still rate it In fact, I didn t get past page 46 because I was afraid my eyes would roll out of my head if I kept pressing on This book is for teenagers Like, teenagey teenagers Of which, I am not one of them.
This book will relate to people who still

This book is preposterous, degrading, and offensive to strong women everywhere.
There If you disagree passionately with that statement, you will be offended by what follows.
You ve been warned.
Oh yeah, and spoilers ahead, because I don t really care enough about this Idiot Plot enough not to give it all away Capice Good You may proceed.
The worst part of Nightshade is that I actually liked the basic concepts The notion of a world populated and semi controlled by witches and werewolves, with incubi and chimerae and all that other good stuff that interests me I could go with that So it s a shame to see that ruined by a cast of characters that made my blood boil, and plot that involved most of said cast being st This is undoubtedly the worst YA novel I ve read this year I suffered through about 50% of the audiobook, i.
e 6 long, excruciating hours, waiting for it to start making sense, but it never did Eventually I became too annoyed to continue.
Cremer rarely bothered to explain her world, but even when she did, the Keepers and Guardians made no sense to me Sink or swim is how I would describe her worldbuilding, at least in the first 40% or so the story just goes on and you either get it or not Not I still don t understand why these Guardians, werewolves, warriors, whatever you want to call them, would answer to a group of witches, allowing themselves to be controlled in such a horrible way They can t be dominant, Alpha, and submissive at the same time I love my shapeshifter books as long as they don t break one simple rule the author needs to explain clothes rig

Andrea Cremer

[ Read Online Nightshade ↠´ dark-fantasy PDF ] by Andrea Cremer è pamyatnik.pro Andrea Cremer is the author of the internationally bestselling Nightshade series She spent her childhood daydreaming and roaming the forests and lakeshores of Northern Wisconsin Andrea has always loved writing and has never stopped writing, but she only recently plunged into the deep end of the pool that is professional writing Before she wrote her first novel, Andrea was a history professor at