Bloodrose by Andrea Cremer
(Nightshade #3)

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The third book in the phenomenal New York Times bestselling series is now in paperback!

Calla has always welcomed war. But now that the final battle is upon her, there's more at stake than fighting. There's saving Ren, even if it incurs Shay's wrath. There's keeping her brother, Ansel, safe, even if he's been branded a traitor. There's proving herself as the pack's alpha, facing unnamable horrors, and ridding the world of the Keepers' magic once and for all. And then there's deciding what to do when the war ends. If Calla makes it out alive, that is.

About Andrea Cremer

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Andrea Cremer ( is the New York Times bestselling author of the Nightshade trilogy and is the writer in residence at Macalester College. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband and two dogs.
Published January 3, 2012 by Speak. 417 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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She briefly returns to her earlier underlying theme of freedom, but this series finally becomes more about action scenes and sexual tension than about lofty ideals, a development that should keep its many fans briskly turning pages.

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Picking up where Wolfsbane left off, the story kicks off with Calla recruiting Ren to join her and fight on behalf of the Searchers.

Mar 05 2012 | Read Full Review of Bloodrose (Nightshade #3)

Common Sense Media

The main character, Calla, continues to agonize over her overwhelming feelings of love, lust, grief, and responsibility for leading her wolf pack in a dangerous war against their oppressors.

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Entertainment Weekly

What I love about Rift is that it’s a story for people who have read the Nightshade trilogy -- they’ll see the layers of history and how that’s connected to Calla’s world -- but for people who are interested in the topic and are just coming to the story, it does function completely as a stand-alone.

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The Overflowing Library

I wasn't all that impressed with wolfsbane but decided to stick with the series based on how much I loved the first book and put it down to being "a middle book in the series" book.

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