Masquerade (Blue Bloods, #2)

Masquerade (Blue Bloods, #2)

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Hardcover, Pages: 307

Genres: Young Adult, Paranormal, Vampires, Fantasy

Language: English

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Schuyler Van Alen is starting to get more comfortable with her newfound vampire powers, but she still has many unanswered questions. A trip to Italy in search of her grandfather only serves to make things more confusing. What secrets are the leaders of The Committee hiding? Meanwhile, back in New York, preparations are feverishly underway for the famous Four Hundred Ball. In true Blue Blood fashion, the ball is totally fab, complete with masks—and hidden behind this masquerade is a revelation that will change the course of a young vampire’s destiny.

The thrilling sequel in Melissa de la Cruz’s vampire mythology has all the glamour, attitude, and vampire lore that made the first book a hit.

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  •    Duzragore Borgstadtte
    2020
    Melissa dela Cruz, this is a filler right?

    Come on, nothing really happen in this book. I guess I just have to read the next one since many of my friends considered Book 3 as the best out of the series .

    I just don't like that majority of the book was all about partying and hooking up (meh that's pretty much it).

    I really also don't have a favorite character atm so to speak. None of them really strike me as interesting enough to held my interest. And I just felt that the character are very similar to the other characters of YA books I've already read.

    Schuyler= Zoey, Rose, Ever, Clary
    Bliss= Lissa
    Mimi= Aphrodite
    Jack= Edward, Erik, Jace
    Oliver= Heath, Simon, Mason
    Kingsley= Adrian
    Allegra= Clary's Mom

    I guessed my disappointment was due to the fact that I've read too many YA books lately and it just so happen that when I've read this one it will always be subjected to comparison and yeah it just that I didn't felt surprised or thrilled. It just so happen that I read it recently so it was just very unfortunate, I can assume that if I read it before Twilight, Vampire Academy or House of Night it can be one of the vampire series I would rate higher.

    But still I find the book very sexy and still it was a bit different because it talks more about fashion and the vampires are associated with fallen angels and I really loved the author's writing style it was not annoying and I really like how she describe dresses and gowns that sort of stuff.
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  •    Taule Lagaard
    2020
    i>The following review is based off my own opinions, thoughts and reactions. So in other words brace yourself. *There may be inappropriate words such as curse words.* You have been advised in advance.*



    Where has this book series been all my life?! Have I been living under a rock or something?! Seriously!

    I love, love, LOVE the concept of angels becoming vampires and the fact that there are sibling romances! I love the concept and the whole idea of it. It makes things ten times more interesting, engaging and sexual desires become a bright flame.

    I also love the fact that this story-line for this book holds various different emotions as it flows from the various character view points. You really get a sense of how each character is feelings and get a good grasp of their thought process.

    However, the fact that the main heroine is a vampire-human hybrid just blew me out of the water. Nine times out of ten, you hear about the whole werewolf-vampire hybrid combination (in my own opinion that's a bit overrated) so the fact that this author switched things up with a vampire-human hybrid makes this whole series incredibly interesting.

    My only major beef with this book was there could have been more suspense, more love/sexual desire, more action and aggressive approach to give the gnawing feeling to the reader to rush to the end to find out what will happen next.



    Other than that I think this could be a new favorite series for me. It takes me back to The HOuse of Nights series. So I'm curious to see what will happen in the next book of this series.
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