Blue Bloods is about a society of the richest, and most popular people in New York City. They also happen to be Blue Bloods -- or vampires. Schuyler has just found out she's one of them -- whatever that means. She's basically alone in this except for her best friend Oliver. When al these things start happening and suddenly Jack Force -- the most popular guy at her private school -- has shown a sudden interest in her. But when fellow classmate Aggie is dies, the whole society is on edge.
I didn't like this book too much. It was okay. I really didn't connect with any of the characters and I didn't seem to really know any of them too intimately. I like connecting and knowing my characters that way I can understand their point of view and feel what they feel but I didn't get any of this from this book. The character development really lacked and it put me off a lot.
Also, for about the first half the book I was completely confused out of my mindI get mystery around the main point of a book but these hints weren't clear. It was like I should have already known about everything to understand what the characters were thinking and what was going on. It wasn't a pleasant mystery. I just didn't like it and with no character connection it was all confusing and all over the place. However, it was a quick vampire read but it was not my thing.
|My rating: 2/5|