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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With exhilarating adventures, swoon-worthy romance, sword fighting, magic and mythology, Rift is an fantastic prequel and addition to the international bestselling Nightshade series! One soul for another. Ember Morrow, the lead and kickass female character, is in training with the tall, strong and totally gorgeous Barrow Cremet in order to become a female warrior. Rift Nightshade Prequel 1 Author: I felt no conne Actual Rating: Eira is motivated by power.

I was dreading that Ember would be all confused and wishy washy about her feelings but thankfully she knew her own heart. These historic and current conventions are so irritating to me in gender inequality! The way she described the setting was just so long and boring. Andrea Rcemer Author Andrea Cremer spent her childhood daydreaming while roaming the forests and lakeshores of northern Wisconsin.

Eira’s bitterness and resentment lead her down a dark path and I enjoyed reading about the circumstances that guided her there. Spoilers In exchange for saving their baby daughter’s life, Ember Morrow was promised ritf the Conatus Guard at age sixteen.

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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. Cremer is in a tricky position, but RIFT is a pageturner that should satisfy both old and new fans. Andrea Cremer spent her childhood daydreaming while roaming the forests and lakeshores of Northern Wisconsin. Rift is ubberly fantastic and full of sword fighting, mythology, romance and a breathtaking setting that will leave readers highly satisfied and dying for the sequel!

Every time I end up reading them I’m done in a day and I enjoy every second of it. Be the first to discover new talent! Ridt our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. I sat reading this baby for a day and a half unable to put it down.

I haven’t read Cremer’s Nightshade series, so I was cremr to discover that Rift is a prequel and it isn’t necessary to read the previous stories prior to beginning this series.


In fact, her mother was basically going to die during the andreea. Rift is set on A. The members secretly fight against witches whose dark magic imperils the entire world. I always appreciate books that make me want to keep reading above anything else, and that was definitely the case with ‘Rift’.

Looking back, Ren was only hot. Since Ember tries to remain his friend after shooting him down, Alistair still thinks he has a chance and doesn’t back off.


Andrea Cremer couldn’t have chosen a better and more fascinating place and time period to tell the story of the Keepers. But with the help of her mentor and the Guard, she becomes the warrior she has set out to be.

Rift by Andrea Cremer

But let me tell you, I loved this book and I will read the sequel, no questions asked, for Ember and Barrow, for rifft the action and the killing, for the kissingfor the beautiful scenery and imagery, and simply because I know it will be so much fun. The story line about the split within Conatus also wasn’t nearly as engaging as hoped, and I found myself rushing through those sections to get back to Ember’s story.

There are two guys in Ember’s life, but one she’s actively pursuing and the other cremmer understand the word no. Ember is a noblewoman pledged to Conatus since one of their healers saved her and her mother during a difficult birth. Which isn’t really a negative thing, just something that I noticed.

I do have a lot of questions from this book, and I do love Andrea Cremer as a writer. Please try again later.

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