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Misguided Angel (Blue Bloods, Book 5) (Blue Bloods Novel) Kindle Edition
|Length: 273 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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|Age Level: 10 - 14|
|Grade Level: 9 - 9|
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Misguided Angel is the story of new and old characters.
Schuyler Van Allen and Jack Force are traveling around the world looking for the gateways Schuyler's been left in charge of. Mimi Force has become Regent of the Blue Bloods and is taking on some serious issues that could ruin the Blue Blood way of life; maybe even cause them all to be killed. Deming Chen is an esteemed Venator who's brought in to help Mimi with the huge disaster going on in New York; along the way, she finds star-crossed love.
Schuyler grows so much in this book; she learns to stand on her own feet, stops relying on Jack so much, and begins to find her own way. She's no longer the push over who let Jack treat her like trash. Jack, though, is still the same paper thin character we know and hate. He's without personality and does nothing for the plot (in my opinion). Mimi was extremely nice to read about! I actually hated her in the first three books in this series, but in the latest ones, I've been loving her! & Deming is so amazing!
But the good news doesn't stop there.
This book, finally, has come diversity. Their are African priests, Chinese Venators (Deming), and mentions of skin colors other than "pale". Along with this, this book isn't told in alternating POV chapters. Meaning, the book no longer follows the following pattern: Schuyler, Bliss (who doesn't appear in this book at all), then Mimi. Instead, we get 10 chapters focusing on each character: Schuyler and Jack, Mimi and Oliver, and Deming and Paul. This made the book so much easier to read and it also makes it really obvious that this book has a plot.
Because alternating POV's, in all reality, are meant to stretch out an otherwise weightless book.
Not to say that this book is weightless. This book isn't my second favorite book from the series due to its supposed fluff. No, I love this series because it's come into its own; this series went from focusing on vampires that happened to model and loved spending tons of money, to vampires fighting for their very existence and challenging the status quo. This series is so impressive; so much so, that I'm seriously considering buying a set for my classroom, just in class it checks out with my school.
This book was 100% engaging; I'm currently typing this review way past my bedtime; with complete knowledge that as a teacher I need at last 9-10 hours of sleep a night, but hey, I had to share the good news!
Hi everyone. This is the fifth book in the series of Blue Bloods. I love this series if you haven’t tell. The way Melissa writes is very good and awesome. In this book she has four parts and the first three are with someone else.
Of course Melissa starts with Schuyler who is her main character as Sky is the character that the first few books were based on. Melissa never did any first person point of view which I think is good since first person is good for some books but for this one I believe that third person point of view is the best.
This book takes place a month after The Van Alen Legacy book left with Sky and Jake leaving Oliver and Mimi behind. They are now trying to figure out with where the third Gate of Hell is so that they could make sure that nothing bad is happening to it.
One of the things that I like about this book and the series is that all of the characters seem so real and that I can actually talk to them in real life. Even if they are vampires. What I also like is that yeah they are vampires who have lived for a pretty long time and yeah most of them are just supposedly “teenagers” and some people don’t think that they should be acting like 50 year olds. The way I think about this is that since they are able to relive all of their past lives and with that I believe eventually it would take a toll on the vampire especially in Mimi’s case on having to be older and try to lead these vampires that it will make the vampire act older and probably fell older than what they actually are. But that is just my idea on something like that. I also like how she goes back and forth about where the book is leading up to in the past to the present. Like in the first book with the Mayflower stuff from Cordelia’s past life and we go off to the present time.
I guess I don’t really have any dislikes….well besides the whole thing of that I just want someone to have a happy ending. I mean I was routing for Dylan and Bliss. ;’( Still sad that Dylan is gone. He was such a good character. The second couple I am routing for is a tossup between Jake and Sky and Kingsley and Mimi. I mean Kingsley and Mimi are like so cute with their bickering. Or at least in my head whenever I was reading about them they were cute. I also wonder if maybe Abbandon and Azrael were just young and thought they loved each other when they did their bonding that so long ago. Now that they are much older and maybe they might have found the people that they were supposed to fall in love with a long time ago now.
I think that this book is crucial for the plot because we find out about a new type of species. Yes there is more than just Angels, humans, and someone like Sky. We also find out about a new type of evil that our characters will have to deal with. I am also really hoping that Charles and Allegra get out of the White Darkness to help Mimi with the Coven and even more that Mimi can find Kingsley if she is ever able to. I am in love with this book series and I know that my mom has told me to critique these a little bit better but I am going to give this book another five stars.
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This book is different from the others. This one is broken down into only three POVs. The first has is Schuyler, the second half in Mimi, and the third half is Deming who is a new character.
I just love Schuyler and Jack. I have enjoyed seeing their relationship grow through each book. Their relationship isn't even aloud since he is suppose to be bonded to someone else. In their story, they set up a plan to escape the Countess. When they finally do, they go on a search with Ghedi to look for the Gate of Promise.
In Mimi's story, she asks Oliver to help her find the missing Vampire Victoria. The kidnapper knew too much about them, and was showing humans the vampires on the internet. Mimi had to cover all that up. When they finally found Victoria, it was too late.
Then came in Deming. Another vampire went missing. His name was Paul, and this time Mimi put Deming on the case. After a lot of attempts, Deming finally figures out who killed both vampires and why.
I loved this book!!!!! I can't wait to read the next one since Jack is heading to where Mimi is supposed to be while Mimi and Oliver is heading to where Schuyler is going. That is going to be a fun ride
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