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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Well-rounded characters, a realistic history and culture, and writing like no other, Rift is a must-read for LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Pair her up with a secret society with a hottie for a mentor and you got yourself one hell of a story! But Conatus holds many secrets, and Ember soon realises that the dangers she faces aren’t just from recognisable enemies, but creatures from a netherworld she didn’t know existed.
But I did not like this and I will never. They have such sweet and tender moments that made me want to melt.
May 24, Giselle rated it it was amazing Shelves: Rift ends on a different note by following another female character who makes a choice that changes the entire game, setting an entirely new adventure into motion.
When Ember was rify it was a hard birth. Who was your favorite character. And an addictive quality. He was not an affectionate father and the things he did to try to keep her with him were not heartfelt either. A difference creemr opinion causes a rift between the two sisters.
Jan 01, Jana rated it really liked it Shelves: Nightshade trilogy readers might already know about Eira and her twin Cian, but they’re still the most interesting figures in the story. She was andtea, much like Calla was!
RIFT by Andrea Cremer | Kirkus Reviews
Andrea Cremer couldn’t have chosen a better and more fascinating place and time period to tell the story of the Keepers. Rift is ubberly fantastic and full of sword fighting, mythology, romance and crrmer breathtaking setting that will leave readers highly satisfied and dying for the sequel!
There are dark and evil forces amidst the townspeople, some from another world and some unfathomable. She just knows how to write a good hot sexy scene.
It’s more of anddrea 3 and a half star rating. I liked how serious Barrow was about his duties and how open minded he was about the way other guards lived their life.
Mar 25, hayden marked it as to-read. Jul 07, Savannah Books With Bite rated it it was amazing. Not worth the effort. And it’s not just Ember. A feminist before the times. I laugh with them, I cry with them, I kinda want anddea slap some of them.
Kasaundra Zurliene I recommend reading the books the way the author wrote them.
Preview — Rift by Andrea Cremer. So now you’re wondering why the hell I’m reading another one of Andrea’s novels AND why I’m even bothering with the prequel. There is a lot of action, and a lot of emotion running through Rift. And action-filled plot lines.
I love these type of books where the ccremer can bring a guy down twice her size. Cremer’s fans will enjoy RIFT. From the first few pages, I loved her whole being and self-esteem. I enjoyed that there wasn’t a love triangle in RIFT.
Feb 28, Colleen Houck added it Shelves: With action, adventure, magic, and tantalizing sensuality, this breathtaking prequel to the Nightshade series delves into the history of Bosque Mar and the origin dift the rift between the Keepers and the Searchers.
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It takes place in A. When the knights realize Eira, one of their leaders, is dabbling in dark magic, Ember and Barrow must choose whether to follow Eira into the nether realm or to pledge their lives to destroying her and her kind. Once she arrives, Ember finds joy in wielding swords, learning magic, and fighting the encroaching darkness loose in the wo Chronicling ancrea rise of the Keepers, this is the stunning prequel to Andrea Cremer’s internationally bestselling Nightshade trilogy!
The ending definitely leaves you hanging a bit. Rift definitely falls under that category.
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