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Revelations (Blue Bloods, Book 3) (original 2009; edition 2008)

by Melissa De La Cruz

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Title:Revelations (Blue Bloods, Book 3)
Authors:Melissa De La Cruz
Info:Hyperion Book (2008), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 272 pages
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Revelations by Melissa De la Cruz (2009)

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Decisamente il migliore della saga. Purtroppo hanno spezzato il terzo libro della saga in due e quindi saremo costretti ad attendere, non si sa ancora quanti mesi, per leggere il capitolo conclusivo.

Questo capitolo è composto da un colpo di scena dietro l'altro. Risciamo finalmente ad inquadrare meglio la stessa Sly, Oliver con il suo fiero romanticismo, Mimi con la sua freddezza pronta a tutto pur di tenersi il suo Jack e, sì, Jack che finalmente si mostra per quello che findamentalmente è: forte, passionale e crudele.

Per quanto in un primo momento non si prestasse molta attenzione alla famiglia di Bliss ora ci ritroviamo leggere con assoluta attenzione i passaggi che la riguardano tentando di individuare elementi in grado di farci capire se fanno oppure no parte dei 'buoni'. Che poi 'buoni'... Chi sono i buoni? Chi i cattivi?

Tra una pagina e l'altra scorriamo il romanzo alla ricerca della 'RIVELAZIONE', ed alla fine questa arriva.

Ora non ci resta che scoprire come reagirà, nuovamente sola al mondo, Sky di fronte alla sua vera nemica. ( )
  Nasreen44 | Jun 8, 2017 |
My favorite one of the series so far! ( )
  pickleroad | Nov 10, 2016 |
wow. lots of questions answered in this book. i found myself overwhelmed with a shocking and stunning conclusion. very well written.
  almoskwa92 | Nov 4, 2016 |
Revelations continues the story of Schuyler Van Alen and the Blue Bloods as things start to explode around them. Schuyler is amidst a love triangle and cannot decide what she should do, Bliss is freaking out about blackouts and the horrible hallucinations that have been plaguing her, and Mimi is still bitchy. The Silver Blood threat has not weakened and Schuyler now has to live with the Force’s while Lawrence is off trying to find/ fight evil. The ending was a bit of a cliffhanger.

I still can’t really get over how oblivious the characters are though. Schuyler/ Bliss/ Mimi, all have not put the pieces together nor do they talk to one another about the bigger issues in their lives. Even Schuyler forgets to tell Lawrence that the whole Conclave is in Rio!!! When she was told by them that their reason for going was to “save” Lawrence…. Why wouldn’t you bring up that point as you are getting scolded for showing up too? No clue, not a clue… I guess I will go through more of these to see how the story progresses but these characters need to get a clue and stop acting oblivious.
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  sszkutak | Sep 28, 2016 |
Never have I read a book where the author was so utterly horrible at making the fictional world believable. I love fantasy and supernatural fiction, but the world you create has to make sense with the rules that are in place. This series so far seems as if the author just sort of made things up as she went with no consideration for things she had already written or was going to write. For instance, in the first book Jack tries to kill himself constantly, such as jumping in front of a taxi, because vampires can't die NO MATTER WHAT (at least that's what the author said at the time). However, throughout the series vampires get hurt all the time, and take a normal amount of time to heal with bruises, cuts, broken bones, etc. So... how does Jack jump in front of a cab, and then walk into a club 5 minutes later? Yeah, no. Plus, the first book said the vampires can ONLY die from silver blood attacks, but as the series goes on, they can also die from heavenly swords and Schuyler almost killed Dylan with her mind powers. Come on De la Cruz, stick to your story world's rules.

I am not wasting my time with this series anymore. ( )
  DaniNavarro | Jul 11, 2016 |
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The greatest test of courage is to bear defeat without losing heart. Robert J. Ingersoll
O you were a vampire and I may never see the light. Concrete Blonde, "Bloodletting"
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For Mike and Mattie, always
and for Stephen Green and Carol Fox my "oldest" fans
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She looked up and saw Lawrence locked in a fierce struggle with his adversary.
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Schuyler Van Alen's blood legacy has just been called into question: Is the young woman in fact a Blue Blood, or is it the sinister Silver Blood that runs through her veins? When one of the Gates of Hell is breached by the Silver Bloods, the Blue Bloods will need Schuyler on their side.… (more)

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