Mini Book Review: The Ruby Circle (Bloodlines #6) by Richelle Mead

The epic conclusion to Richelle Mead's New York Times bestselling Bloodlines series is finally here...

Sydney Sage is an Alchemist, one of a group of humans who dabble in magic and serve to bridge the worlds of humans and vampires. They protect vampire secrets—and human lives.

After their secret romance is exposed, Sydney and Adrian find themselves facing the wrath of both the Alchemists and the Moroi in this electrifying conclusion to Richelle Mead’s New York Times bestselling Bloodlines series. When the life of someone they both love is put on the line, Sydney risks everything to hunt down a deadly former nemesis. Meanwhile, Adrian becomes enmeshed in a puzzle that could hold the key to a shocking secret about spirit magic, a secret that could shake the entire Moroi world.

Release Date: February 2015
Age Group: YA
Source:  Purchased
Reviewed By: Nat

I was SO worried that I would be Roth'ed with this conclusion, that I was actually hesitant to start. Yea, okay, so my hesitation lasted about 30 seconds... 30 seconds too long! I started this series thinking that I couldn't stand Adrian and really thought that Sydney might be an okay POV, I couldn't have been more wrong. Dare I write it... but Sydney & Adrian were way more entertaining to read! I love their banter, fearlessness and her practicality. It really would have been a tragedy for Mead to leave us with the Adrian that ended in the VA series, he was so much more and definitely needed his HEA.

I don't know how Mead did it but she managed to bring back all the feels from VA laced with the high octane and pure wit of Bloodlines, simply this was nothing short of a stellar conclusion. I felt like this was not only the final piece for Adrian & Sydney but also for all the characters that I had originally fell in love with from VA. 

But subtle and as an ally.

This has been by far the BEST spin-off series of all time! It is impossible to be disappointed. 

#DIMKA #ROSE #SYDNEY #ADRIAN one big happy, dysfunctional family. Just the way I like it.

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