Keys to the Repository (Blue Bloods #4.5)
Lavish parties.Passionate meetings in the night. Bone-chilling murders. Midterms. The day-to-day life of Schuyler Van Alen and her Blue Bloods friends (and enemies) is never boring. But there's oh-so-much more to know about these beautiful and powerful teens.Below the streets of Manhattan, within the walls of the Repository, exists a wealth of revealing information about t...more
Do not read this book if you haven't read all the books released so far (last Van Alen Legacy), spoilers.
I found this informative and a good companion to the Blue Blood series. If your a f...more
I liked Bliss' story and her encounter with werewolves. It was a sneak peak for Ms. Dela Cruz's upcoming series.
There were so many terms and names that were not really necessary to mention. Some infor...more
I just began this book, and I must say I’m finding it hard to get through the first 15 pages. It basically recaps everything that has happened throughout the whole series. Pretty soon my interest was waning and I couldn't take it anymore. The first 3 books of this series were really good and the last one was a little boring to get through. It was not captivating enough, sometimes there is too much information and a little less action. I don't know why but I feel like there is something mi...more
As with the previous four synopses, I felt that the...more
Unlike some readers, I went into this book knowing full well exactly what it was, so I wasn't disappointed. However, like some readers,...more
this book is a companion to the blue bloods saga. it gives additional information about the characters of the book but what i appreciated the most of this book, is the author provided some short chapter about the perspetive of the
3 boys Jack(insert high loud squeal), Dylan and Kingsley
i did enjoy reading Jack's perspective *dreamy eyes* it's titled the lie that concealed the truth Or "the last...more
The treats are hidden chapters. For each of the four previous books, there was a hidden chapter...I only discovered them with the last book. They're all here...so we learn mor...more
I liked the idea of the series, I don't think I really liked the execution.
I loved the secret society and the mystery behind everyone's existence. I also liked how the author brought in stories of the angels to explain certain parts. I found the separate...more
I think it deserved 1.5 stars and since that isn't an option, I had to grudgingly give it 2. In a nutshell half this book is a summary of the series so far and extremely redundant- descriptions and conversations have quite literally been "copy pasted". The other half of the book is a rather bland blend of unnecessary details, hidden promotions for other se...more
La grande majorité du livre est mise en page sous forme de fiches tenue...more
The book gives a little more information on the main characters (Schuyler, Jack, Mimi, Bliss) and their families. It also contains a list of secondary characters (during which I found myself going "When was this person ever mentioned?").
This book is weak sauce disguised as a series supplement with a few short stories thrown in. For any reader of the Blue Bloods series most of the material will be uninteresting, watered down, retread of material already read in the first five novels of the Blue Bloods series. Much of the book is spent describing character status in the series mythology while providing some very bland explanations of some major locations, artifacts, and motiva...more
So, I started reading Melissa de la Cruz’s Keys to the Repository but I quickly grew weary. So much of the book is rehashed details from the Blue Bloods books that I very recently read. In light of that the details were not particularly amazing or mind-blowing.
There are a few short stories in the book that make for an interesting read – most promising was There’s a First (or Fourth) Time for Everything, or “Mr Darcy Requests” and The Lie that Concealed the Truth, or “The Last Meeting”. Both stor...more
"Who is Blair McMillian?" you might ask. To which the answer would be that it really doesn't matter because Blair shows up in this series only once, never to be mentioned again.
But thank God that the author decided to publish this companion novel--which adds absolutely nothing whatso-fucking-never to the table--to remind us of dear Blair. She sha...more
It was really interesting to get the little snippets of stories from a different point of view and the between the books insight.
The thing I like about this series is the premise, it is fresh and innovative and a great take on history. And this book gave us (fans of the Blue Bloods Series) even more to chew on while we wait for the next book and the...more
Keys to the Repository is a companion book to Melissa de la Cruz's bestselling Blue Bloods series. In this book, de la Cruz gives us a little more insight into her world.
Most companion books tend to be a bit dull or a bit useless. I didn't find this to be the case with Keys to the Repository. Melissa de la Cruz did a fine job at organizing the information that is great for catching up in the series (at least the first four books) or looking up small tidbits such as canine f...more
Her books for adults include the novel Cat’s Meow, the anthology Girls Who Like Boys Who Like...more