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Found (Book #8 in the Vampire Journals) [Kindle Edition]

Morgan Rice
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FOUND is Book #8 of the Vampire Journals, the Bestselling series which begins with the free book TURNED (Book #1).

In FOUND (Book #8 of the Vampire Journals), the final book of the VAMPIRE JOURNALS, Caitlin and Caleb awake in ancient Israel, in the year 33 A.D., and are amazed to find themselves in the time of Christ.

Ancient Israel is a place of holy sites, of ancient synagogues, of lost relics. It is the most spiritually charged place in the universe—and in 33 A.D., the year of Christ’s crucifixion, it is the most spiritually charged time. In the heart of its capitol, Jerusalem, lies the Holy Temple of Solomon, inside of which sits the Holy of Holies and the Ark of God. And in these streets, Christ will take his final steps to be crucified.

Jerusalem teems with people of all religious backgrounds and faiths, under the watchful eye of Roman soldiers, and their Prefect, Pontius Pilate. The city also has a dark side, with its labyrinthian streets and maze of alleyways leading to hidden secrets and Pagan temples.

Caitlin now, finally, has all four keys, but still, she must find her father. Her search takes her to Nazareth, to Capernaum, to Jerusalem, following a mystical trail of secrets and clues in the footsteps of Christ. It also takes her to the ancient Mount of Olives, to Aiden and his coven, and to more powerful secrets and relics than she’s ever known. At every turn, her father is just a step away.

But time is of the essence: Sam, turned to the dark side, has landed back in this time, too, and as he unites with Rexius, leader of the evil coven, they race to beat Caitlin to the Shield. Rexius will stop at nothing to destroy Caitlin and Caleb, and with Sam on his side, and a new army behind him, the odds are in his favor.

Making matters worse, Scarlet arrives back in time alone, separated from her parents. She roams the streets of Jerusalem on her own, with Ruth, and as she begins to discover her own powers, she also finds herself in graver danger than she’s ever been. Especially when she discovers that she is holding a great secret, too.

Does Caitlin find her father? Does she find the ancient vampire shield? Does she reunite with her daughter? Does her own brother try to kill her? And will her love with Caleb survive this final trip back in time?

FOUND is Book #8 in the Vampire Journals (following TURNED, LOVED, BETRAYED, DESTINED, DESIRED, BETROTHED and VOWED), and yet it also stands alone as a self-contained novel. FOUND is 71,000 words.

Books #9--#10 in the series are now also available for sale! And Morgan Rice's new trilogy, ARENA ONE: SLAVERUNNERS (Book #1 of the Survival Trilogy), a post apocalyptic thriller, is also available for sale. And Morgan Rice's new epic fantasy series, A QUEST OF HEROES (Book #1 in the Sorcerer's Ring) is now also available for sale!

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Too much left unanswered (Warning: Major Spoilers!) August 5, 2012
By Monique
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I just finished reading Book 8 about five minutes ago, and it left a horrible taste in my mouth. I am so disappointed. So disappointed that I never leave reviews, but I feel like I need to get this off my chest. How can you possibly end an entire series with Caleb dying and thinking that Caitlin betrayed/killed him? And then with Caitlin, how can you end the entire series with her merely wishing to see Caleb again? And her final wish, "I wish only to see Caleb again." How could she not equally wish for Scarlet, her daughter? I would have liked to have known where she ends up, in what time and with who. When she wakes up human will Caleb feel as though she betrayed him? If they are meant to be together and their love transcends all time, as is repeatedly mentioned throughout the series, then how can you possibly end it with them APART?

Don't even get me started on the whole Jesus is my father thing.

Not to mention, the entire series needs an experienced editor to catch all of the mistakes throughout all the books. There are typos, missing words in some sentences, and actual name and description mistakes throughout. At one point Caitlin was called Caleb and the evil army was referred to as Adien's army.

I feel let down. Shame on you Morgan Rice. I will not be reading any more of your books.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars disgusted December 16, 2012
By gh
I am disgusted by this book. Seriously? I read the series until this last book and oh my... was I disappointed and not only that, insulted that the author has included Jesus into this pathetic story? JEsus is the father?!? REally? Are you saying that he is the "vampire" father we have been expecting all this time? The series wasn't starting to make much sense in the last couple books. The facts weren't matching up. It was still engaging for the most part, but this last book was a serious letdown, not to mention insulting christianity.. I now feel that I have wasted my time reading this book.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed. April 7, 2012
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I was disappointed in this book, waiting for it to come out, anticipating it would be a great book. And I have to say I didn't enjoy it as much as the others. The beginning was fine, but towards the end it felt rushed like she just wanted to finish it and get it over with. I know it was a religion themed series, but Jesus being her father and Mary her mother was actually a disappointment to me. I'm not outraged it was Jesus, I don't think it was sacrilegious at all, I just didn't get why it was like that. And then to make the shield a drink and bring everyone back to where the book ended, makes it sound like she was having a 7 book dream, and then she woke up. After she drank the rest of it felt like a totally different book, written by a different person. Sorry I didn't enjoy the ending of this last book at all.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Bahahahahaha Give Me A Break May 25, 2012
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As Sookie Stackhouse would say..."Jesus Christ, Shepherd of Judea"

What a crock!!!
You read through seven books...all filled with mega typos, timeline errors, factual errors, mixed up names and repeated phrases with the same goal...
Caitlin MUST find her father.
Wow! Lol.
It's none other then Jesus. Lol. Then Mary Magdeline (all bedecked and bejeweled) tells her, shes her mom.
Hahahahahahaha. Jesus and Mary have a vampire chosen one. Lol
Good grief.
I haven't laughed this hard in a long time.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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The first few books were so engaging and full of promise but this last one, was painful. I recommended this series to other people and was hooked right from the beginning. DO NOT CONTINUE READING IF YOU LOVE MORGAN REGARDLESS OF WHAT SHE WRITES. I was very underwhelmed with this last book. Of all the 8 books, this was the worst. This book felt rushed and worst of all, it did not make sense in some parts. The search, the fights, the relationships... everything was very rushed and was not given much thought. She did not even stay consistent with one characters description. For example (and not the actual example), the character had brown hair one moment, and blonde a few chapters later. It felt almost as if she was just trying to get this series over with. The ending left more questions than answers. I wish I would have never read it because it really took away from the rest of the story, books 1-7. Morgan ran out of gas at about book 6. I think she should REALLY consider doing a sort of "afterlife" book to this one in order to try to make up for this garbage. Good news is that I did not spend too much time reading the book as it was simple, short and had a lot of "fluff," I must say though, I regret having actually paid for this book. Suggestion, don't read this book and hope that Morgan finds it in her heart to write a part two, and read that instead. You can't possibly be more disappointed than with this book and chances are, the ending you can imagine yourself, will be eons better than this books ending. Side note, if you are even mildly a person of faith, you may even find the book offensive. Sorry Morgan.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars This one let me down... March 31, 2012
By harmony
Format:Kindle Edition
Spoiler Alert!!!!!!!!!
I really love this series and was so hopeful and excited to finish it with a bang. The promise of the big questions finally being answered and the conclusion of Caitlyns epic journey, all had me rivited for an amazing ending. Well, I can't say I wasn't amazed. I understand that the religious theme throughtout the books needed to be tied in to a purpose but Jesus as her father? I feel it is disrepectful (Jesus fathered two vampires?) and also a weak way to end the series (to many loose ends and unanwered questions). The books felt rushed and not as thoughtfully written and other books in the series. We have invested to much into these characters to have this conclusion be slapped together in the manner that it seemed to be. I just believe Morgan is a better writter than this, and I am a bit dissapointed with this book.

That being said the series is one of my favorites and I am appreciative to Morgan for the adventures she shared with us.
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Morgan Rice is the #1 bestselling and USA Today bestselling author of the epic fantasy series THE SORCERER'S RING, comprising 17 books; of the #1 bestselling series THE VAMPIRE JOURNALS, comprising 11 books (and counting); of the #1 bestselling series THE SURVIVAL TRILOGY, a post-apocalyptic thriller comprising two books (and counting); and of the new epic fantasy series KINGS AND SORCERERS. Morgan's books are available in audio and print editions, and translations are available in over 25 languages.

The first book in Morgan's new epic fantasy series, RISE OF THE DRAGONS (KINGS AND SORCERERS--BOOK 1) is now published!

TURNED (Book #1 in the Vampire Journals), ARENA ONE (Book #1 of the Survival Trilogy), and A QUEST OF HEROES (Book #1 in the Sorcerer's Ring) are each available as a free download on Amazon.

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