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Schuyler Van Alen's blood legacy has just been called into question: is the young vampire in fact a Blue Blood, or is it the sinister Silver Blood that runs through her veins? As controversy swirls, Schuyler is left stranded in the Force household, trapped under the same roof as her cunning nemesis, Mimi Force, and her forbidden crush, Jack Force.

When an ancient place of p...more
Hardcover, 1st Edition, 264 pages
Published October 31st 2008 by Disney-Hyperion
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Tatiana
Another YA series bites the dust...

I was never too much into "Blue Bloods" series, but at least first two books were easy to read. This third one took a lot of effort to finish. It probably had a lot to do with the fact that the only thing I was attracted to in Cruz's books was the vampire lore. If in the beginning the lore seemed fresh and original to me, I am now fairly certain Cruz makes stuff up as she goes, without big picture of her world in mind, and this is why I am constantly confused....more
Courtney
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Angela
Okay, I just have to say that I was really bugged to find out that this is NOT the last book in the Blue Bloods series! Apparently there are 9 books planned in total that was supposed to have been divided into 3 triologies. But this first "triology" is actually going to have 4 books. The next one (and hopefully the end of this particular story) is called "The Van Alen Legacy" and who knows when it's going to be released. Grrrr.

Okay, rant over. Aside from that annoyance, I really liked the story....more
Anna
This book was utterly confusing to me. Sometimes i didn't even know how or why someone was doing something. I loved the first two in the series which i was suggested to read by my cousin. It felt like gossip girl met vampires and I was slightly put down over various facts about how things were written which is a horrid side-effect after reading Twilight because you get that notion that all vampire books are like that, eek. I know. During the time i spent reading this book i grew more and more fr...more
Janelle Dazzlepants
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82Shimmer15♫
True love is meant to be, but not if your brother is falling in love with a newborn. Blue Bloods: Revelations is by Melissa De La Cruz. Schuyler has moved in with her uncle, Charles Force and her “cousins” Jack and Mimi. The only problem with that is Mimi is Sky’s enemy and Sky has fallen for Jack and he returns to feelings. However, Mimi and Jack are suppose to be together and Mimi is trying her best to persuade Sky to stop, but Sky and Jack won’t listen to her at all. Meanwhile, Bliss has fina...more
Faye
I seriously have no idea why I keep on reading this series. There is NOTHING, literally NOTHING good about it. The first book was okay, but then the series went downhill.

In THIS installment, Schuyler (I still have no idea to pronounce her name. Is it like Skyler? Schooler? ?!?!?!!?!?!?!) is off doing more stupid stuff. The other characters are doing stuff, and as the title says, there are REVELATIONS. To be honest, that huge one at the end caught me off guard, and also was a nice twist, but the...more
Iluvbooks
Jul 30, 2009 Iluvbooks added it
Recommends it for: anyone that likes vampire books
Recommended to Iluvbooks by: myself
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Amena Khan
I honestly don't know what to think about this series. About this book. About life as a whole. Because it was never meant to be. As tears began forming in her eyes as she looked into his cold ones.

Right now, you're probably thinking, 'WHAT?!? o_O' Well, now you know how I felt about the book. One minute, you know what's happening, then you don't. So, in order to save you from having to go through what I went through, here is an ORDERLY account of what I didn't like, sort of liked, and was downr...more
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Schuyler Van Alen feels trapped. Although her grandfather Lawrence is back, Schuyler has been forced by the court system to live with her uncle Charles Force and forbidden by her uncle to see or talk with Lawrence or her best friend Oliver. Living in the imposing Force household is nothing if uncomfortable despite its many luxuries; Mimi constantly targets her to satisfy her petty spite and Jack, her forbidden crush, won't even as much as look at her. The only things that can comfort Schuyler ar...more
E DB
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Sam
Feb 20, 2009 Sam rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: ya
For those who don't know, the Blue Bloods series is essentially gossip girl meets twilight; Vampires (the Blue Bloods) pretty much compose all of the artistocracy in the world. Their souls are continually stored (through their blood) to be reincarnated life after life. Vampires are descended from the great battle for heaven and on earth serve to keep the balance between the light and the dark- especially those Blue Bloods who are corrupted to the side of the fallen Lucifer. All the while being s...more
Stacy
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Lauren
With the third book in the series, we get more of the rich history that has transpired between the characters during their past cycles but all of that is overshadowed by a lot of ridiculous teenage drama.

I seriously felt like the whole series took a trip to the land of soap operas. Mimi is engaged to Jack even though she loves Kingsley - while Jack loves Schuyler & wants to be with her - but let's not forget Oliver also loves Schuyler & she loves him too - just not that way, because Sch...more
Crystal
This series just keeps getting better and better. I am so glad that one of my friends recommended this to me because if she hadn't I would have missed out on a wonderful series that is so imaginative. The history behind everything that happens throughout these books is so detailed and unique that I have to wonder why I don't hear more about these books. I have never come across a book that is like this one and it is refreshing to read something new. Revelations is part of the vampire craze but t...more
Heather
I think the story here is getting a little convoluted. Maybe because it's had been a while between reading the second and third, but I thought the relationship with Jack was odd. They weren't at the point of having secret apartments to meet in from what I remember of the last one.

And while this book did focus a lot on Bliss, the character of interest for me in the last one, I thought the revelation about her was not well set up. I could see the few places where hints were kind of set up for it,...more
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Rachel Lightwood
I have tried to like this series and failed three times. There is so many things in this series that could work but don't. The ideas of "fallen angels" turning into earthly vampires is pretty damn genius - I love it! All the old mythology and clichéd vampire lore has been thrown out of the window here and a whole new world has been carved. The best part of the series has been discovering the limitations and new angles Melissa de la Cruz has created. But that's where the "good" stops...

I immensel...more
Peace Love and Reviews
This is where I stop calling them Vampires. I mean come on, they are really Angels. towards the ending I completely forgot that they are supposed to be blood suckers.


The story of this 3rd book begins when Charles Force successfully adopted Schuyler Van Alen, his niece. After Sky saves Mimi's from being condemned she still continued as her usual self - ungrateful hag. Then came the illicit love affair of Jack Force and Schuyler Van Alen, I was disturbed at first, Schuyler doesn't strike me as st...more
Darcy Stewart
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Hannah
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 Jenni Rascal
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Mel82
Eh. Boring. Zzzzz.

Ok, so the first two books were entertaining, the idea of Vampires as fallen angels pretty interesting.

But this book was so badly written. She jumped from one thing to the other without giving you a bridge between points. Is like she wanted to make her point in one seating without taking the reader into consideration. Most of the book is written with someone closing their eyes and then weeks have passed and you dont have a connection of what your character has been up to.

The...more
Sab H.  (YA Bliss)
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Carmaletta Hilton
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Aikurra
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Kristi
This series is one of my very favorites. I do not recommend reading this series out of order! There are key plot points you will be missing if you do. I have to say that although I immensely enjoyed this novel, I wish it had been longer. De la Cruz packed so much into the measly 264 pages, it was almost overwhelming.

I don’t want to give anything away, so I’ll just say that there are more twists in this novel than one of those soft pretzels... mmm with salt and gooey cheese. I barely had time to...more
Lily (Lily Pond Reads)
Another book I found myself flipping stars on. I decided that three stars was a solid rating for this book. Please make sure you have read the other two books before continuing to read this review...

Revelations is book three of the Blue Blood Series, which basically follows Schuyler Van Alen, Mimi Force and Bliss. After her grandfather was challenged for Schuyler's custody by Charles Force, she finds herself moving into the same household as Mimi and Jack Force – her forbidden crush. Living unde...more
Becka dittmann
I thought the book "Revelations" by Melissa De Le Cruz was really good. It is the sequel from the series. The conclave has traveled to Rio to figure out what happened to Schuyler's grandpa Lawrence. They have not heard from him in a while so they went down to check on him. When they get down there they get attacked by Silver Bloods, and all of them die except Mimi. Leviathan is set free, and now they all must face a battle that none of the vampires ever wanted to experience.

The book is told in...more
Danylle DuPris
I absolutely love this book! "Revelations" by Melissa de la Cruz was such a great book I couldn't stop reading it. Schuyler Van Alen and Jack Force take their flirtation to the next step. Every couple days Jack has her meet him in their secret place. Is Jack just using Schuyler for amusement? Is he really in love with her? Schuyler is now challenged to choose, Jack or Oliver.
Bliss finds Dylan, her true love. He is taken by her father after he attacks Schuyler and put into a rehabilitation center...more
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Melissa de la Cruz is the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of many critically acclaimed and award-winning novels for teens including The Au Pairs series, the Blue Bloods series, the Ashleys series, the Angels on Sunset Boulevard series and the semi-autobiographical novel Fresh off the Boat.

Her books for adults include the novel Cat’s Meow, the anthology Girls Who Like Boys Who Like...more
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“Bet you can't even name one romantic movie you like," she teased.
She felt smug when a few minutes went by and Oliver was still unable to name one romantic movie he could profess to enjoy.
The Empire Strikes Back," Oliver finally declared, tapping his horn at a Prius that wandered over the line.
The Empire Strikes Back? The Star Wars movie? That's not romantic!" Schuyler huffed, fiddling with the air conditioner controls.
Au contraire, my dear, it's very romantic. The last scene, you know, when they're about to put Han in that freezing cryogenic chamber or whatever? Remember?"
Schuyler mmm-hmmmed.
And Leia leans over the ledge and says, 'I love you.'"
That's cheesy, not romatic," Schuyler argued, although she did like that part.
Let me explain. What's romantic is what Han says back. Remember what he says to her? After she says 'I love you'?"
Schuyler grinned. Maybe Oliver had a point. "Han says, 'I know.'"
Exactly," Oliver tapped the wheel. "He doesn't have to say anything so trite as 'I love you." Because that's already understood. And that's romantic.”
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“Even if they end up together, which I highly doubt, given the strength of that particular bond-...-but even if Schuyler still loves him, or thinks she does, it doesn't matter.
Because Jack is going to leave her one day. i know he will. He's too much for Schuyler. They're wrong for each other. Anyone can see that.
And when he leaves her, I'll be there.
However long it takes, I'll still be there for her.
Waiting.”
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