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Rift By Andrea Cremer,

  • Title: Rift
  • Author: Andrea Cremer
  • ISBN: 9780399256134
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Chronicling the rise of the Keepers, this is the stunning prequel to Andrea Cremer s internationally bestselling Nightshade trilogy Sixteen year old Ember Morrow is promised to a group called Conatus after one of their healers saves her mother s life Once she arrives, Ember finds joy in wielding swords, learning magic, and fighting the encroaching darkness loose in the woChronicling the rise of the Keepers, this is the stunning prequel to Andrea Cremer s internationally bestselling Nightshade trilogy Sixteen year old Ember Morrow is promised to a group called Conatus after one of their healers saves her mother s life Once she arrives, Ember finds joy in wielding swords, learning magic, and fighting the encroaching darkness loose in the world She also finds herself falling in love with her mentor, the dashing, brooding, and powerful Barrow Hess 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.With action, adventure, magic, and tantalizing sensuality, this book is as fast paced and breathtaking as the Nightshade novels.
    Rift Chronicling the rise of the Keepers this is the stunning prequel to Andrea Cremer s internationally bestselling Nightshade trilogy Sixteen year old Ember Morrow is promised to a group called Conatus

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    1. Okay, I finished that in a total time of like ZERO DAYS.Honestly, I don t know why I ever second guess my decisions to read any of Cremer s books Every time I end up reading them I m done in a day and I enjoy every second of it They re just so addicting And good Despite the not so perfect quality and the lack of realistic characters and unoriginal sometimes predictable view spoiler I predicted the Eira and Alistair thing Just check my updates hide spoiler plotlines Anyone looking for something a [...]

    2. Before I ve heard good things about this And althoughI HAVE IN NO WAY FORGIVEN MISS CREMERI am willing to give this a shot 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 world In this im hoping for a charachter exactly like Ren and where the heroin falls madly in love with him and they live happily ever after yeah yeah, probably not how it s going to go, but I can dream right I just want [...]

    3. Can t wait for this Just requested an ARC although I m probably not going to get it But I can still hope, right

    4. Also on jana thebookgoddess.cMost of you know how much I HATED the ending of the Nightshade series, Bloodrose 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 My answer I loved the world Andrea s created in Nightshade, and I was than interested to see how it all began in this prequel In the end, the Nightshade series is still better, but this was a very enjoyable and unputdownable read.What I really like about RIFT was t [...]

    5. August 7 2012 RIFT Nightshade Prequel 1 January 8 2013 RISE Nightshade Prequel 2 Wow This was so much better than Bloodrose

    6. Loved this book I was sort of expecting werewolves to come into play They didn t but this is exceptional regardless Loved Barrow He s pretty darn dreamy Love the weapons Can t wait to move on to the next book Warning, you re going to need the next one so you might as well just get it now.

    7. I ve followed Andrea Cremer s Nightshade Series from the beginning, so when I first hear about Rift the prequel to Nightshade, I knew I wanted to read it I adore everything about Andrea s work, her style of writing, her unique storyline s and I love that she s not afraid to take risks with her stories too And if I had to sum Rift up into one word, it would be FANTASTIC Ember Morrows is a sixteen year old girl who is suffocated by her father s rules to be married off at a young age So when she s [...]

    8. Strong protagonist, action, and romance combine for solid read, 3.5 starsIn Rift, the prequel to Andrea Cremer s Nightshade series, readers get a glimpse into the origins of the Keepers and the Witches War of the 15th century The daughter of a noble, Ember Morrow must leave her family after her 16th birthday to serve the mysterious order of Conatus Though most fear the knights, Ember readily embraces the life of battle and purpose the order provides Once training begins, she finds not only her s [...]

    9. He drew a shuddering breath I thought myself strong, but discover I am weak as the next man Perhaps weaker And if I wish to give what you ask, she whispered What then He bent down, brushing his lips over her forehead, the bridge of her nose.After the horrifying ending of Andrea Cremer s Bloodrose, I have been a bit terrified to even read another one of her books Come release day of RIFT I didn t realize how excited I was for it I thought I d give her one chance since she is one of the few YA au [...]

    10. Rift is book 1 in the Nightshade Prequel , by Andrea Cremer who I truly liked in Nightshade series book 1.A sword swinging and punching kick ass gal main character is a huge win in my appreciation of Andrea Cremer Oh, if only authors would do this I loved Ember, who at birth was saved by a healer from Conatus, and subsequently was forced at the age of 16 to enter service to Conatus She thwarted convention by doing this in face of her father s interest in how he could gain through an arranged ma [...]

    11. A finished copy was provided by the publisher for review.When Ember was being born, her life was about to be finished when someone from the Conatus helped her mother and her newborn self to live In exchange for their life, Ember would be in debt to serve them on her sixteenth birthday There she meets Barrow and finds herself being attracted to him Her childhood friend Allistair is also a guard and seeks to help her in any way he can Together they battle the evil that is leashed upon the world.Ba [...]

    12. Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick Dirty Well rounded characters, a realistic history and culture, and writing like no other, Rift is a must read for 2012.Opening Sentence Ember brought her sword down without warning and her aim was true.The Review Andrea Cremer is back with Rift, the prequel to the Nightshade series This time, she goes to the beginning of where it all started Before the division of Guardians, Keepers, and the Searchers, there were the sisters Cian and Eira In this histor [...]

    13. Andrea Cremer is in a tricky position with RIFT Those who read the original trilogy know exactly where things are going But new readers, like protagonist Ember, are new to this world Cremer must try to satisfy both sets of readers.Ember is a noblewoman pledged to Conatus since one of their healers saved her and her mother during a difficult birth She s perfectly happy to join the monastic order, but her father would prefer to marry her off in order to forge an alliance But Conatus is not any old [...]

    14. For anyone who is worried that Rift is a derivative piece of work meant to capitalize on the success of Andrea Cremer s Nightshade seriesNo Worries Rift stands alone as a book and the first in a what is hopefully a new series Though it goes back into the deep history of the Keepers, Keepers aren t even mentioned Instead it follows the adventures of Ember, a girl in the early fifteenth century Scottish Lowlands who struggles against the expectations of her class and sex to become a warrior in tra [...]

    15. Read of my reviews at Dazzling Reads4.5 stars 33Magic, Sword Fighting, Romance and Breathtaking Landscapes As a fan of of the Nightshade series, I was really excited for Andrea Cremer s new novel Rift No need to mention that the fact that this is a prequel to one of my favorite paranormal series even though the ending killed me increased my excitement to a whole new level Now, after turning the last page of Rift , I have to say that Andrea Cremer did it again Rift is ubberly fantastic and full [...]

    16. I m sorry, but this was one of the worst books I ve ever read I absolutely hated it, was exasperated by it, and was relieved when I finally finished it Why did I stick through it, you ask The answer I hate not finishing books The story would have been good, but the characters were so dense and vapid, and the plot was predictable Overall, I couldn t find anything satisfactory or breath taking about it The good rating on this book makes me want to vent out all my hate on it, but I don t want to of [...]

    17. Title Rift Nightshade Prequel 1 Author Andrea Cremer Publisher PhilomelDate of Release August 7th, 2012Number of Pages 448Source Publisher at BEASummary from Chronicling the rise of the Keepers, this is the stunning prequel to Andrea Cremer s internationally bestselling Nightshade trilogy Sixteen year old Ember Morrow is promised to a group called Conatus after one of their healers saves her mother s life Once she arrives, Ember finds joy in wielding swords, learning magic, and fighting the encr [...]

    18. This book rocked my socks off Amazing plot line with dynamic characters, Ms Cremer wrote the book of my dreams.The reason why I adore this book is because of the elements There is a girl, different yet has a destiny that is waiting for her Pair her up with a secret society with a hottie for a mentor and you got yourself one hell of a story Seriously this book is like WOW I loved that one thing this plot has is a great timeline Plotted in the past, it leads the character to a time where women did [...]

    19. Actual Rating 1.5 stars To summarize, for the whole length of the book, I barely followed what was even happening because It Was So Boring I have honestly never read a book where I hadn t given a single fuck about the plot, harsh as this sounds But I simply couldn t, as much as I wanted to Maybe this book is just not for me, or I m really getting tired of the Nightshade books Ember, in short, was essentially a Calla Number Two, and the epitome of a cardboard protagonist I felt no connection with [...]

    20. It was a huge surprise when I received an advanced copy of this novel I haven t read Cremer s Nightshade series, so I was glad to discover that Rift is a prequel and it isn t necessary to read the previous stories prior to beginning this series So I dove right in, not sure what to expect, and now find myself eager to read the next installment.A brave, strong willed heroine, a sweet romance, and a group of warriors who secretly battle dark supernatural foes are all a part of what make Rift an enj [...]

    21. Okay everyone s waiting for this one and very soon, come August, you ll have it So let s give you a little heads up on what you re about to delve into Shall we The Nightshade trilogy by this author took readers into a paranormal world Oddly enough, it was unlike ALL the other paranormal series out there Which, number one, is extremely difficult to do seeing as that there are a TON of them But with this book, fans AND non fans of the series will have something to talk about because the author has [...]

    22. SpoilersIn exchange for saving their baby daughter s life, Ember Morrow was promised to the Conatus Guard at age sixteen Ember knows little about Conatus apart from them being an order of knights sanctioned by the church, everything else about them is a mystery Ember has always wanted adventure rather than marriage and has waited for the day to be taken to Conatus away from her stifling family Her old friend, Alaister and his fellow knight, Barrow inform Ember s parents that they must follow thr [...]

    23. I received this ARC for review at the RT Booklover s Convention via the Goody Room So yeah, I went a little spastic when I saw Rift in the Goody Room at RT a few months ago Needless to say it was the first book I grabbed And it was wicked awesome Granted I couldn t remember the history of this upcoming story that we got bits and pieces of in the Nightshade trilogy I was a little lost, but then I told myself to just stop trying to remember something that I obviously wasn t going to remember The s [...]

    24. I enjoyed this book a lot than the first book in the nightshade series I still have yet to finish the final two nightshade books I hated Shay so much I did not want to continue Worrying that this book would be burdened with the same lackluster annoying , Can t find the right insult, hero I proceeded with caution when picking this book up.Came across a few things that bugged me Still really enjoyed most of the characters world story so it s getting 4 stars.Some things that impressed me The super [...]

    25. Rift was AMAZING The story takes place in 15th cenury Scotland and our main character, Ember Morrow, is strong fierce Her best friend, Alistair, Ember s childhood friend, has been in love with Ember for quite some time now When she leaves to join up with the Conatus, a group who saved her mother s life while giving birth to Ember in exchange for Ember s service at age 16 she falls in love with Barrow Hess Who happens to be her instructor Ember reminds me of a tom boy Not wanting to wear her hair [...]

    26. SoThis is a prequel coming in Fall 2012.Very exciting it s going to be calledRIFT Looking forward to it ___________________________________________I liked this book, but it was a bit too confusing at times.I understand that it s fantasy as well as historical fiction, but I just didn t enjoy it as much as I did the Nightshade trilogy I also thought that the view spoiler romance took too long to happen, I didn t want to have to wait till the end to be able to have a kiss between Ember Barrow hide [...]

    27. Wow, this book was pretty intense and awesome I loved how Ember was this awesome warrior woman and was proud of her strength The supernatural element and the secret church connection were fascinating, and I loved the whole idea of the order.There s a little bit of a love triangle going on, but not really in a bad way it wasn t Ember flailing around not knowing who to choose it was a slow growing affection between two people, as well as the presence of another guy who has been in love with her fo [...]

    28. Very exciting prequel to the Nightshade series Of course, with a very strong female MC who knows how to fight and take care of herselfFull review can be found on my blog un Conventional Bookviews.Rift is the first book in the prequel series concerning the Nightshade universe I was completely engrossed in this story, I loved Ember, as I usually love strong female protagonists I also really liked to understand about what happened during the Nightshade novels, the mythology, the hunger for power, [...]

    29. In this book I really liked how it was in different perspectives even know some perspectives where harder to read than others Somehow I liked the other books in Nightshade better but I do not know why This book was not a quick read but was not slow either I have mixed feeling about this book by overall it was okay This is for the rainbow Challenge for blue and green I know this will sound stupid but she has green eyes.

    30. What the fuck is with people writing prequels to their series NO ONE FUCKING CARES The only person who could get away with this, in my eyes, is J.K Rowling, and she never would because she s too awesome for that.

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