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I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Review: Adrian's Lost Chapter (Bloodlines, 0.5) by Richelle Mead



Adrian's Lost Chapter

by Richelle Mead


Series: Bloodlines
Pages: 8
Genre: YA
Published: August 3rd, 2011
Link to website/free read: http://blue-succubus.livejournal.com/277183.html

When Richelle first sat down to write Bloodlines each chapter was narrated by and different Character.

This is Adrian's lost story.


Review:
Adrian's Lost Chapter was supposed to be the original beginning of Bloodlines, as told by Adrian. I have to say, I'm disappointed she didn't keep it, although I understand her reasoning for not doing so. 
"Originally, Bloodlines was going to be told from a few different characters' points of view. It was going to be in third person (the "he" voice) and alternate characters each chapter. A few chapters in, problems were emerging from this (you've got to trust me on that!). I ended up starting completely over and simply doing the entire book from just Sydney's point of view in first person (the "I" voice). The all-Sydney version is what you're going to get when the book hits the shelves August 23. Hope that clears things up!"

I haven't read the Bloodines series yet, but from the Vampire Academy series, he was one of my favorite characters. Getting a look inside his head was a treat! It may only be eight pages long, but I suppose eight pages of Adrian is better than zero pages of Adrian. *grins*


Seen this and had a laugh. Anyone else agree? hehe

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