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Desired (Book #5 in the Vampire Journals) by [Rice, Morgan]
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  • File Size: 947 KB
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  • Publication Date: November 15, 2013
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  • Language: English
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I don't normally write reviews for a book unless it's really good or really bad. I've read all the books in this series and really loved the first three. Book four started showing Caitlin's whinny side and most of the book was made up of descriptions of things; cities, houses, covens, etc. The author really got carried away with detail. Also, I'm beginning to believe that Caitlin has a mental problem, either that or she is just really stupid. Many times in this book (on the same page), she feels one way then the next second she feels differently then bounces back and forth till you get sick of reading it. I had to stop 4 different times in this book and read another book because it just got to annoying. For an example, in the paragraph on the page that I have open right now, the author uses the word, probably, in this paragraph 5 times and this happens all through the book. Lots of words are used wrong. I use to think this writer was so great, but I'm really disappointed in the last 2 books. It's probably a good book for someone who doesn't read a lot. Someone who doesn't mind LOTS of description, misuse of words, and characters who can't think for themselves and you want to climb into the book and shake them silly. I was really disappointed.
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I'm about halfway through book 5 here, and I am archiving it to come back to when I am broke and out of books to read. I can read past the grammatical errors, misspellings, and gross misuse of words because I'm intelligent enough to extrapolate the author's intent. However, how many times does Caitlin have to find herself dead wrong about Caleb before she finally figures out she's just a whiny bitch?? I mean, seriously, she's lived through transformation into half-breed vampire, losing her virginity, then a full turning, killing lots of bad guys and her boyfriend, who she then gave up her unborn child and potentially her life to travel back in time for...hasn't she grown up at all? The writing style in these books sounds as if my teenage daughter wrote it, and while I know this series probably has a target audience of young adults, is there an EDITOR IN THE HOUSE? How did this crap get published?
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I love stories that continue on to more books - but I hate when the last one ends and you have to wait for the next one to come out. This series just keeps getting better and better! I could not put this one down and am anxiously waiting for book 6!
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Well, I don't normally write reviews before finishing a book, but I am just struggling to even get through this one. I can't believe I am the only reviewer that thinks this but apparently I am; or maybe the book just gets incredibly better. First of all, I cannot stand Caitlin right now! She is just a whiney brat in this book! She is really showing her age and immaturity here. As I am reading this, I am thinking, WOW, can you just shut up for a minute and think about someone other than yourself! The whole relationship between Caleb and Caitlin, in the part I have read so far is just so frustrating, and quite frankly, makes me want to throw up! Am I having a moment???? I don't know, but I loved the other books. Also, waaayyyy too much descriptive narrative in this book, which I think is unnecessary, and I found myself skipping alot to get to the dialogue. Well, I will keep going and see if it gets better and maybe I will add to this review later.
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By Angie C on June 6, 2012
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I have been a fan of the series ....but right now I just want to kill Caitlin ....could she be any more annoying? I mean why is she whining about every single thing that Caleb does? And come on, getting angry because he wanted to see his son????' (what a b**ch!!) She makes the most stupid decisions ever, even when she knows what she should do she just gets too angry or too emotional and that's that. Argghhh
I just do not want to keep reading, the story it's way to descriptive and repetitive.
I am going to finish the book, but it is really taking me all my willpower to do it.
Really hope the next book is better and that the main character is likable again.
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I can't take it anymore. I'm an avid reader and the amount of mispellings/ wrong words I've dealt with through the first 4 books and now part way through the 5th is on par with middle schooler writing. The main character is a little brat who thinks of nothing but herself. I mean seriously, the man she supposedly loves wants to go see his SON and she throws a tantrum. Then he (the author) has no concept of time travel. For instance the son dies in 1790. They travel back to 1789 and Caleb gets a letter from his son's mother saying she found a way to bring him back to life? He's not dead yet!!! Or another Kyle goes to see Napoleon and somehow Napoleon knows Kyle is supposed to be in New York fighting a battle. New York didn't exist then!! Sergi infiltrates the good guys. But he's a bad vamp and they are supposed to be able to tell the difference. Plus Sam sees Sergi with the good vamps and he knew him in New York and knows he's a bad vamp. Why doesn't he say anything? Mr. Rice has a great story idea but the execution is... well it's killing me. Seriously Mr. Rice get a proof reader, or a better one. I can tell you have the skill but this just doesn't show it.
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