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by Angela Lovell

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  • ISBN 1466308281
  • ISBN13 978-1466308282
  • Language English
  • Author Angela Lovell
  • Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 11, 2011)
  • Pages 332
  • Formats lit mobi azw mbr
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1745 kb
  • Size Fb2 1950 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 847

With summer waning quickly before the start of his senior year, a family emergency forces Blue Knightly to leave his small Midwest town and travel to New York City to locate his rebellious sister. From the morgue to Central Park to the underbelly of New York, he quickly discovers the big city is the least of his concerns as he reluctantly takes sides within a warring faction of vampires to unravel the mystery of his sister's disappearance. In their underground world of abandoned subway tunnels, Blue finds himself falling for a femme fatale vampire whose vibe is seldom clear. Not knowing who to trust, Blue finds himself battling not only the undead, but his own heart, as the family crisis escalates and every decision could be his last.

Blood Drunk, Faded Blue is the first book I have read by Angela Lovell and I enjoyed it quite a bi. Lovell’s writing is reminiscent of fast paced screenplays yet keeps the reader invested in the characters and the story.

Lovell’s writing is reminiscent of fast paced screenplays yet keeps the reader invested in the characters and the story. I recommend this book to all lovers of the vampire/paranormal genre who want to read something a little different and off the beaten path. This one was worth it.

I think Lovell does an amazing job of bringing New York to life

I think Lovell does an amazing job of bringing New York to life. I've only been once or twice, a REALLY long time ago, so it's not like I can say if her descriptions are accurate or not, but they definitely draw you in and help you visualize this iconic city. I also think she does a really good job of bringing Blue to life.

With summer waning quickly before the start of his senior year, a family emergency forces Blue Knightly to leave his small Midwest town and travel to New York City to locate his rebellious sister

With summer waning quickly before the start of his senior year, a family emergency forces Blue Knightly to leave his small Midwest town and travel to New York City to locate his rebellious sister. From the morgue to Central Park to the underbelly of New York, he quickly discovers the big city is the least of his concerns as he reluctantly takes sides within a warring faction of vampires to unravel the mystery of his sister’s disappearance. In their underground world of abandoned subway tunnels, Blue finds himself falling for a femme fatale.

I recommend this book to all lovers of the vampire/paranormal genre who want to read something a little different and off the beaten path.

Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction I recommend this book to all lovers of the vampire/paranormal genre who want to read something a little different and off the beaten path. When reading the back of this book what comes to mind: Been there, done this story. But this book is so much more! Although it falls into the YA category I think it has something for everyone.

Similar books to Blood Drunk - Faded Blue. Try Kindle Countdown Deals Explore limited-time discounted eBooks. Lovell weaved somegreat story lines with strong characters. Three words to describe thisbook: Edgy, Solid, Intriguing. Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1466308281.

With summer waning quickly before the start of his senior year, a family emergency forces Blue Knightly to leave his small Midwest town and travel to New York City to locate his rebellious sister. From the morgue to Central Park to the underbelly of New York, he quickly discovers the big city is the least of his concerns as he reluctantly takes sides within a warring faction of vampires to unravel the mystery of his sister's disappearance.

This book was unexpected in so many brilliant ways - The characters, the plot twists and the ending. Lovell's writing is reminiscent of fast paced screenplays yet keeps the reader invested in the characters and the story.

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Marilbine
This a fun vampire novel with some new twists to the abilities/rules of vampires, without losing the good stuff (i.e., Twilight). Bring on book 2!
Rko
First, I have to say that I hate the format of this book. The use of present tense, the spaces between sentences, the never ending chapters all annoyed the hell out of me & made reading this book uncomfortable. I had to force myself to finish because of these reasons alone.

The story itself could have been good, but it gets dragged down by unnecessary detail & long drawn out scenes until around page 280 when the pace finally picks up. Since the book is only 318 pages, that's not saying much. The book ends on a cliff hanger, but I'm going to pass on the sequel. I really don't care what happens to these people.
Era
In blood drunk Richard "Blue" Knightly goes to New York to identify the body of his sister Lacy. But the body they have isn't hers, and Blue finds himself drawn into a dark underworld, literally. Below the city are rival factions of vampires whose leaders have decided that they both want Lacy and neither is willing to share. But Lacy isn't completely innocent in all the confusion either and soon Blue finds himself trying to protect his sister from vampires as well as herself.

Alright, I was torn with this one. The story itself was okay, it starts out slow, but really starts moving towards the end. The beginning you mostly spend trying to figure out who's telling the truth and what is really going on between Lacy, Alex and Tristan. There's a twist at the end, no spoilers, I promise, but I really didn't see it coming.

I think Lovell does an amazing job of bringing New York to life. I've only been once or twice, a REALLY long time ago, so it's not like I can say if her descriptions are accurate or not, but they definitely draw you in and help you visualize this iconic city. I also think she does a really good job of bringing Blue to life. Especially in his interactions with his mother and how he has handled his father's death.

Parts I didn't really like about the book. Ok. Let's start off with the one that is more of a personal preference than an actual issue. The story is written in present tense. It's still third person, but for some reason present tense gets on my nerves when I'm reading. I do have to say that the story was written well enough that there were large portions where I didn't notice it. But then some line or another would pop up out of no where that would throw me, and I would look back and because I had to make sure that it had stayed in the present tense the whole time. I have to say that's a definite complement to the story, the fact that I got that into it.

The second issue I had with the story focuses on Lacy. She just seems like such a spoiled, naive little brat, and maybe that is the way she is suppose to seem, since it is Blue's story. But there were time's I just wanted to slap her. I also wanted to slap her mom. Who lets their 16 year old daughter just up and go off to New York City to stay by herself. I understand she was suppose to have an internship with some fashion program or something, but still. She never comes across as overly mature for her age, and even if she had, she is still only 16. She has no adult supervision there, at least none that is mentioned, and no one except the cop investigating her apparent death seems to think this is odd. I think that is really my biggest complaint about the book.

One quick spoiler alert *** It is a cliff hanger! So be prepared to be left hanging. (this kinda annoyed me too, since there were a lot things left unanswered or unexplained, and while I understand it is called a cliff hanger for a reason, it is still annoying) End spoiler alert***

All things considered though, I really got into the story, especially near the end, and I definitely would read the next book in the series if given a chance!
Dishadel
Have to say, I am not a Twilight crazed reader. I did read the books and sort of enjoyed them mostly for the suspense and the mystical factors... but, the character of Bella really annoyed me. With Blood Drunk, I found myself relating more to the protagonist, Blue than I did to Bella.
More importantly, I thoroughly enjoyed reading a vampire novel based in NYC! I am a NY'er and the author really nailed the exciting pulse of New York at night. I have been looking for a book that was based in NY that didn't have to do with lame, self-consumed socialites or just historical accounts for quite some time. Blood Drunk totally did it for me!
Wow, I have to say, I am totally salivating already to get Blood Drunk for a second time. From the way the book ended (awesome ending btw) it seems I may just get the chance. Great read, never slows down. Perfect length. A few plot twists that you don't see coming. For the price... a total steal.
Reggy
It would be easy to dismiss this book as yet another vampire storyline... but that would be a big mistake. This takes a surprisingly interesting take on vampires and amidst the friendly, sparkling, vegetarian vampires that seem to be around more and more nowadays, these real monsters are a refreshing change! The plot is gripping and convincing... the characters evolve throughout the book and i certainly found my favourite!
If you like good old fashioned, vicious vampire stories, then this is a book you dont want to miss.
Drelalen
I consider this has some thing for everyone. not a fast read, but that you won't want to left it deep, considerably prepare to be able to push a few questions off your own discs so you can explore this well developed story. yeah recommend this product.