Wolfsbane

Wolfsbane Calla Tor wakes up in the lair of the Searchers her sworn enemy and she s certain her days are numbered But then the Searchers make her an offer one that gives her the chance to destroy her former m
  • Title: Wolfsbane
  • Author: Andrea Cremer
  • ISBN: 9780399254833
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Wolfsbane
    Calla Tor wakes up in the lair of the Searchers, her sworn enemy, and she s certain her days are numbered But then the Searchers make her an offer one that gives her the chance to destroy her former masters and save the pack and the man she left behind Is Ren worth the price of her freedom And will Shay stand by her side no matter what Now in control of her own destinyCalla Tor wakes up in the lair of the Searchers, her sworn enemy, and she s certain her days are numbered But then the Searchers make her an offer one that gives her the chance to destroy her former masters and save the pack and the man she left behind Is Ren worth the price of her freedom And will Shay stand by her side no matter what Now in control of her own destiny, Calla must decide which battles are worth fighting and how many trials true love can endure and still survive.
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  • Andrea Cremer

    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 Macalester College in St Paul, Minnesota In her books, she strives to bring together her two passions history and fantasy Andrea now lives in New York and writes full time.To contact Andrea, please visit, andreacremer

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  • The second half of this review contains spoilers So, if you haven t read this book, read at your own risk OMG, thank goodness it s over I think I give out 1 star reviews about the same amount as 5 stars I like to think of myself as a forgiving reader I am still able to enjoy a book that has an interesting premise even with a few flaws I also can usually find something I liked from a book that probably shouldn t have been published So how did I like Wolfsbane Geez Where to begin Well, let me back [...]



  • Even better than Nightshade I know, how can that be possible but believe me it is D I got this yesterday 25th and finished it today 26 So Bad things first Shay once again IRRITATED me to death Seriously That boy needs to crawl up and die somewhere Alone I do NOT like how he pushes Calla to do things when she can t even think straight poor girl got a lot of stuff happening He s also so annoying and selfish Enough said.I don t know what to think of Calla There are times when I admired her for bein [...]


  • Damn I love the covers of this series Can t wait for it to be released though JULY IS TOO FAR AWAY I hope Ren gets a bit of slack in this novel, I have to say, I love him a lot than Shay.EDIT Ummm what happened to the cover Can anyone enlighten me Or have I just gone crazy I don t like this cover quite as much To be honest she looks a little slutty Is that really meant to be Calla Why does she look like a stripper I mean, she s wearing leather pants On the other hand, I like her hair SECOND EDI [...]


  • Although I have read the first in the series a while back, this one didn t disappoint me at all We understand a lot about Kala s feelings and Shays character as the plot grows It had its twists, action scenes and details regarding the background.3.5 stars


  • 3.5 starsIt pains me not to give this book a higher rating because I absolutely loved Nightshade I have to admit that a large part of my problem with the book was Shay If you read my review of Nightshade you know I am not a huge fan of his and he was even worse in this book I can officially say I think he is a douche bag He claims to love Calla and he is supposed to be this savior of them all but he still acts like a spoiled child He pretty much brushes off the fact that Ren put his own life in [...]


  • I admit I was a little terrified to read WOLFSBANE I had no freaking clue of the contents inside this book, but after flipping the first page I could not put the book down It was like I was possessed and if I put the book down I could not stop thinking about it Oh, man Andrea Cremer has done it again WOLFSBANE picks up right where Nightshade left off Calla is now in the searchers hands and being taught all her life that the searchers are the evil ones she is quite un trusting of them Calla finds [...]


  • Nightshade and Wolfsbane are like black and white Wolfsbane was full of action but devoid of everything else It went like this infodumpinfodumpinfodumpactioninfodumpinfodumpactioninfodumpactioninfodumpactioninfodumpactionactionactionslight infodumpendThe whole thing was like one giant conversation with a few good action scenes in between I really don t want to say any, because that would just be wasting the time I could be using writing glorious things about the third book.So, like my inside jok [...]


  • Well my fangirl moment came to an end I woke up reading the second book and I was thinking wtf did I see in the first one This is bullsh t Yep Maybe I m having a multiple personality disorder or aliens were controlling my brain and were forcing me to like Nightshade I guess that would be the logical explanation, don t you think In the first book we saw the world from the Keepers and Guardians POV which now is considered the enemy line Now we get to see where the good guys stand If they really ar [...]


  • What in life is worth a sacrifice, if not love Just like the first book this one is written in a way that flows really well, making it easy to read And still it took me soooo long to finish it Why I m not quite sure I liked the story, I liked the twists and turns taking place, I loved the new characters and the magic and still I found myself putting the book aside instead of speeding through it.I have a theory regarding what it might be that kept me from going and I m going to put that behind a [...]


  • WHEW I thought that Nightshade blew me away wowzers I thought that we discovered a lot of the history in book one I was wrong so very very wrong I loved the history lesson that we got this time around And it wasn t a boring history lesson I ve been known to and shhhh don t tell anyone to skip over those boring over detailed parts in a story Eclipse by Stephanie Meyer comes right to mind you know what I m talking about but I did NOT want to skip over any of this, I was just totally captivated by [...]



  • I really liked Nightshade and had high hopes for the next book but, well sigh One of the problems I identified in the first book remains, that of the ending It s not a cliff hanger, it s like you re being thrown off the cliff the ending is too abrupt The narrative thread is snipped in what feels like an arbitrary fashion.And then there s the prose It s lilac, not quite purple On one randomly chosen page, we have eyes widening gazing as though seeing the other character for the first time lips t [...]


  • Wow I haven t felt so disappointed about a book in a very long time Trouble was that with the amazing debut, Nightshade, Ms Cremer set herself some really high standards I LOVED Nightshade, so naturally I was expecting to be blown away by the sequel Blown away I was not, however.SPOILER ALERTThe only thing that happens in the book is Calla and her new friends , the Searchers, go back to Vail to try and rescue Call s pack mates It happens fast Before you know it, it s over.The rest It s all talk, [...]


  • omigod I can t wait I loved the first book, and I cannot wait until Wolfsbane Although, the cover Ehhh Don t like it Actually, not at all May I ask, whats with the pants Leather, really Well anyway, the first book was really cool, I hope the second one is even better missrosey after reading 1.5ohmigod boringggg.okay, after the first 250 pages it got a little bit better but I mean a little like, very, very tinye first book was so much better 1 Shay is annoying.2 Ren What the heck 3 uhh, warrior y [...]


  • 3,5 SterneNicht schlecht, nicht schlecht Auch, wenn es quasi mitten in einer Szene aufh rt und ich absolut nicht auf ein Ende vorbereitet war Ich f hlte mich wie herausgerissen Und damit meine ich nicht, dass es sich anf hlt wie ein Cliffhanger.Ich habe w hrend der Lekt re st ndig diese wundersch nen W lfe vor mir gesehen, Calla und Shay sind Figuren, deren Geschichte man gerne verfolgt, allerdings war dieses Buch dann doch recht einfach aus der Hand zu legen, auch kurz vor Ende noch Nicht, dass [...]


  • I loved Nightshade and thought Wolfsbane would be even better, but sadly my expectations had evaporated by the fourth of fifth chapter.Calla is now in the Searchers stronghold, called the Roving Academy because it moves around the world I thought that was pretty cool Even cooler was the whole portal creating process I really liked how it s described And I got answers for the whole Alchemy Four Elements and how it all ties in with the Searchers and Keepers But while I did appreciate the explanati [...]


  • Read my review on my blog Wolfsbane by Andrea CremerAndrea Cremer, I bow down at your amazing story telling If you thought Nightshade was full of unique, incredibly interesting characters and original story, Wolfsbane will leave you wondering how it was possible for it to have gotten even better Wolfsbane truly felt like a Part II Yes it picks up where Nightshade left off, but it s also almost like a completely new story I loved that We re introduced to new characters who I instantly took a liki [...]


  • Let me say this Andrea Cremer can write Her books ooze with imagery and pretty phrases and that I must consume this book feeling especially Nightshade She even adds some decent mythology to the mix in Wolfsbane, something I thought was blatantly lacking in Nightshade.So why the two stars This series just isn t for me I ve never liked Calla She s never seemed like an alpha to me I mean, I ve been TOLD for 800 pages that she s an alpha, but it s been rare that I ve SEEN it and I ve never felt conn [...]


  • I honestly don t know what to say I was one of the few people who disliked Nightshade to a point where it was hard to finish the book When Wolfsbane came out, I knew I had to read it even though I would end up being angry So I did And boy was I right The first parts of the book I surprised myself with liking them Calla actually tried to be the warrior she always called herself, and did a pretty good job at it The whole searchers back story was confusing though, and dropped on the reader in about [...]


  • TONS of info dumping and world building, which I hoped was over with in the first book This love triangle might make me want to strangle myself One thing that I don t love is how unattached to the characters the author seems to be Good grief, a lot of important people die It s almost as bad as James Dashner in his Maze Runner series Just as I start to really like someone and feel like they are hugely important to the story, she kills them off Meh Just a personal preference, but I don t like that [...]



  • This is only about love This was totally worth the wait D I was so excited when I finally received this to review bit late but better late than never I ll try and give this the review it deserves I loved it than I thought I would Andrea Cremer totally outdid herself in this book Everything was really fast paced and just intense that I was on the edge of my seat when I was reading it All the questions that were raised about The Keepers in the first book are answered in this one, and I loved seei [...]


  • Wolfsbane picks up directly where Nightshade ended The story is split into 3 parts in this book, and starts off with Calla and Shay adjusting to the searchers and forming new relationships It has a lot of history and facts It can come across as a small info dump but I found it fascinating Initially I was worried that this was going to be a slow middle type book, but I was so wrong, and got completely caught up in Calla s world Characters Story line 5 5Calla This is such an intense journey for Ca [...]


  • Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyCall it the Sopho slump, the second season syndrome, or what have you, but last year I gave NIGHTSHADE, the first book in the series of the same name by debut author Andrea Cremer, a perfect 5 5 rating Today I m giving the sequel, WOLFSBANE, a 2 5 rating What happened to the story, the characters, the romance, and the writing between books one and two to cause such a drastic change A lot of annoying, confusing, and boring things.The mythology of the Kee [...]



  • Call it the Sopho slump, the second season syndrome, or what have you, but last year I gave NIGHTSHADE, the first book in the series of the same name by debut author Andrea Cremer, a perfect 5 5 rating Today I m giving the sequel, WOLFSBANE, a 2 5 rating What happened to the story, the characters, the romance, and the writing between books one and two to cause such a drastic change A lot of annoying, confusing, and boring things.The mythology of the Keepers, Guardians, Searchers, and the Scion s [...]


  • I hope this cover is actually used The other one is not something I want marring my shelf of lovely booklings I take great pleasure in having splendid books, regardless of cover, but the other cover for this book is disturbing to me Grr.Update Yuck Seriously, I loved Nightshade s cover, so I bought the book and in turn fell in love with the story And then the publishers or whomever go and change the Wolfsbane cover Wtheck Is this not a YA fiction book What s with the Sexy cover Teens don t need [...]


  • Why does everyone hate Shay Seriously, I feel sorry for him after being picked on by the pack The wolf pack made me think of the old cheerleaders eat with football team stereotype Branch out, Cassa You re not the most beautiful girl in the world And this is directed at you, Shay She s not worth it Cassa s just stringing along both Ren AND Shay and it s quite disgusting to me Did anyone notice how she hated Ren in the first chapter of the book and then all of the sudden she s in love with him And [...]


  • Didn t like it as much as the first one, mostly because Ren was hardly in it and i am completely in love with him It was alright Shay made me hate him than i already did which i didn t think was possible Calla needs to sort her head out However BloodRose which is due out in January is the last in the series and the first chapter looks amazing, Calla goes back to get Ren and they share a passionate steamy few minuets hope the author regains herself and finally gives Calla to Ren with whom she be [...]


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