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Turned (Book #1 in the Vampire Journals) by [Rice, Morgan]
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  • File Size: 604 KB
  • Print Length: 120 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 14, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004KSQDEA
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,865 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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By J. Wilkerson on February 24, 2011
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Spoiler ALERT! I originally bought this eBook because a. it had so many good reviews and b. it was so cheap. I will give Morgan Rice one thing: she is a good writer. That's not saying that her book was good, just that her writing style is easy to follow. Her story was descriptive enough and suspenseful, but it also lacked details that you needed to link together what was happening. Half of the story I was thinking; "how did they find her?" or "how did she get her cell phone all of a sudden?" And HOW was she in love with someone after only knowing him a few hours? She started off great, but she made it seem like she was in a rush to finish and the book was nowhere near long enough. The downfall of so many authors.

There wasn't anything really different about this book from other teen vampire novels that I've read. The only basic difference I saw was that she wasn't TURNED but she was actually BORN a vampire. (this is also known by many as a dhampir, so not original in the slightest). In fact, most dhampir books I've read at least have a little kick to them.

I guess we will see what the future holds, maybe.

All in all, the book was okay, but the author has a lot to learn.
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This book had awesome reviews when I first decided to buy it (thankfully it was cheap or I think I would have lost my mind) but after reading the first few pages I found that the other reviewers must have been on something... This book feels like a cheap knock off. It is horribly written very repetitive and there are a ton of typos. It was interesting to read at first and then I just got annoyed at all the typos and redundant use of words...
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This should have been described as a short story or novella. NOTHING was developed to a point that made me want to purchase any of the subsequent books in the series - not the plot, characters, nothing. Everything happens at the speed of light, several characters are introduced one after the other, so it's hard to keep them straight because we are given little other than a cursory physical description and the fact that they are either mean, nice, attractive or unattractive. I was shocked when I reached the end and realized it was the end of the book, not just a chapter. Not worth the money, I am annoyed at having wasted my time. I don't understand how this got any good reviews.
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great concept, horrible delivery. though this story had potential for greatness (love the half breed idea) the characters and story was severely under developed. like a house built on sand as opposed to solid ground, it sunk big time. reffering to the vampire clans as the "good clan and bad clan" didn't even begin to touch it. Caitlin and Caleb fall in love after a whole 5 sentences are spoken to each other, cheesy outdated lines are used throughout and the book is riddled with grammar and spelling errors and repeated words. the reviews stating how "romantic" and "epic" the book was have to be made up by the author... there's just no way. and in "about the author" it states she is a number one best selling author? I'd like to read the best sellers. her name is Morgan rice, not Anne rice. I won't waste my money on any more of her books as I did with this one. if 11+ of these books weren't already written I'd say go back to the drawing board and develop these characters and concept. this was sadly a crap series thrown together for easy self publishing and a few dimes to rub together. such a shame some self published authors don't feel the need to truly capture and captivate their audience. maybe this books is goods for girls aged 9-14.... definitely not a true ya book.
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The biggest problem I had with this book is the fact that NOBODY seemed to notice all the grammatical errors. It honestly seems like a fourteen-year-old kid wrote this book.
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I downloaded this book because it was free, so I didn't have any expectations. In many ways, this book is a run of the mill YA vampire book, but what sets it apart is that it is well written and gripping. I read the book in one day, which wasn't difficult given the length of it; however, with many freebie books, I lose interest after the first page or so. Clearly, this was not the case here.

The reason I dropped my rating to a four instead of a five is because I didn't feel that the book was self contained. In a way, this is a very good tactic the author uses - the book is free, but in order to have your questions answered, the reader must purchase the next book in the series. But, this tactic is a gamble and can sometimes backfire on the author - the reader deserves some closure I think. That being said, I am buying the next book in the series. Turned kept me turning from page to page and my attention never wavered. I feel this series is one worth investing in. I'm coming back for more.
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This book is amazballs I loved it from word go it starts off as a young readers book but it has to start this way so please give it a chance you will see caitlyn grow in to a woman as this series goes along, I love how history is incorporated to this story.you fall in love with caitlyn and her brother sam and caleb wow what a man as you read its almost like you are caitlyn and feeling what she feels and you feel as if caleb is your man.
Caitlyn is a young girl starting a new school in a new city she finds she has a strength she didnt know existed in her she knows something is not right and her thirst for blood gets stronger, she makes a mistake one night and has her 1st kill she gets taken by a coven and they want to kill her for whats shes done and thats when we meet caleb that helps her escape and there is a tale of a young woman that will change the entire vampires destiny that caleb tells her but she does not believe him.
Look I could go on and on but there would be no fun in that all I can say is you need to read this series if you do not your missing out!
Its so well written I love the graphic fighting scenes that morgan has written the description of places and people are amazing and
A lot of thought went into this series I have read them all and it still left me wanting more!
Well done morgan rice I would say thisnis one of the best vampire books I have read!
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