Misguided Angel by Melissa de la Cruz

24 Mar

Title: Misguided Angel (Blue Bloods novel)

Author: Melissa de la Cruz

Publisher: Hyperion 2010

Genre: Young Adult

Pages: 265

Rating: 4 / 5 stars

Reading Challenges: Support Your Local Library; Young Adult; Vampires; A to Z Titles: M

The mythology and story line took a very interesting turn in this installment of the Blue Bloods saga.  And a turn that I enjoyed.  I definitely didn’t see the big twist coming until it was revealed.  I won’t reveal any spoilers, but it’s a good one.  Sets up the next book quite nicely.

I especially loved the inclusion of a relatively new character (she was mentioned briefly in a previous book) Deming Chen otherwise known as Kuan Yin, the Angel of Mercy.  I once did a paper on Kuan Yin in college, so it was nice to see an interpretation of her in vampire form.  I liked seeing the New York Blue Blood society through her eyes.  A definite change of pace.

Plus we got see more of Schuyler and Jack’s adventure to find the Gates and Mimi’s time as Regent.  My only problem with the book is that it made me want to read the next one faster.  Too bad.  I have to wait until October.  Boo hoo!

Blue Bloods:

  1. Blue Bloods
  2. Masquerade
  3. Revelations
  4. The Van Alen Legacy
  5. Bloody Valentine
  6. Keys to the Repository
  7. Misguided Angel
  8. Lost in Time
  9. The Gates of Paradise


Posted by on March 24, 2011 in Book Reviews


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