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Review: Nightshade by Andrea Cremer

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Type: Paranormal
Trilogy: Nightshade, Wolfsbane, Bloodrose (+ Rift)
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Calla is the alpha female of a shape-shifting wolf pack. She is destined to marry Ren Laroche, the pack’s alpha male.

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Young Adult

Goodbye, Marquez: Thanks for the inspiration...

Alma de Humo

By J.R. Carson

In Argentina, Miguel had a problem. His wife, Gaia (who was not the problem), was in love with Miguel’s brother, Pedro. 1,596 more words

Fiction

The 100 - Episode Five Review - "Twilight's Last Gleaming"

Okay, my review will be far less garrulous than usual since I missed some of the episode. Fortunately enough, I missed most of the love triangle bullcrap, and it unfolded almost exactly as I predicted. 723 more words

The 100

6 Signs He's Not Going to Choose

You start dating a man whose either attached or on the rebound and you fall….hard. There are two things wrong with that first sentence…..

1. Attached… 153 more words

SexAndTheSingleMom

Antonioni Takes On Hitchcock's Love Triangles

Narrative Consequence vs. Symbolic Circumstance

Alfred Hitchcock and Michelangelo Antonioni each have an affinity for featuring love triangles in their films. For Hitchcock, each reincarnation of the love triangle features a variation on the characters involved and the motivation for their relationships, but each holds on to an established narrative structure to present the displacement of a protagonist into a foreign environment, develop a love triangle, then consequentially destroy of one of its members and inflict harm on the environment. 1,933 more words

Sam Ekren