Saturday, June 18, 2011

Bloodlines Review

Publisher: Penguin Group
Avaliable: August 2011 

Synopsis: Populated with new faces as well as familiar ones, Bloodlines explores all the friendship, romance, battles and betrayals that made the #1 New York Times bestselling Vampire Academy series so addictive - this time in a part-vampire, part-human setting where the stakes are even higher and everyone's out for blood.

Alchemist; a group of human known to be magical scientist are involved to conceal vampire's secrets and ensure safety for all of humanity. When Sydney goes out of her way to help Rose Hathaway cover up a crime the alchemist begin to second guess her loyalty to the organization.

When a new and dangerous mission presents itself Sydney steps into to take her sister Zoe's place as guardian to the Moroi queens long lost sister Jill Dragomir, no matter how opposed Sydney's rival Keith is to this change the alchemist see fit to grant the young member the chance to prove herself to the superiors. Once on assignment in Palm Springs California Sydney, who has already graduated from school must blend in; she is now Jill's older sister and fellow Amber wood Prep student. Protecting Jill won't be so hard right.......... WRONG!    Secrets mystery and deceit will complicate Sydney's job and leave her begging for her life.

Books that do not grab my attention in the first few chapters tend to sit on the shelf and gather dust. As much as I do not want to admit it Vampire Academy is one of these "books", so I was certain that Bloodlines would to find its way back to the shelf. To my surprise the book peeked my interest instantly. Now for those of you who could not or have not read VA there will be parts of this book that will leave you incredibly confused, but you won’t have to put bloodlines to read VA as with most books this one won’t leave you in the dark. Richelle's characters have well defined personalities you get a little bit of everything from trouble makers to preps even annoying jocks. When you combine these characters with the magic mystery romance and friendship that is written with the pages you get a book that has everything today’s reader enjoys




  1. I can't wait to read this novel. Thanks for not giving any spoilers. I think it's going to be intriguing how Richelle Mead ties in old characters but with a different story line.

  2. You are very welcome I actually do not believe in giving spoilers to books since this book is not out till August I did not want to ruin it for other readers

  3. This sounds so cool! Thanks for the non-spoilery review. :)