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Found (The Vampire Journals #8)

3.80  ·  Rating Details  ·  1,348 Ratings  ·  76 Reviews
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 Chris ...more
Paperback, 290 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by Morgan Rice (first published January 1st 2012)
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Apr 27, 2012 Jean rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Apr 24, 2012 TarynXO rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Words can not even express how utterly, and super PISSED I am. I'm sorry but I was so excited to see how things were finally going to end with this series and don't get me wrong I liked the series, but after about the last 3 books it was so repetitive that I was glad that this was the last book and was happy to finally have Caitlin find her father.

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Destiny Stewart
Found by Morgan Rice, wow i mean wow. I thought the first, second, and third books were good but after that it was just awful i mean really here is my list of all the things i found wrong( get it found "Found")

1)It doesnt add up half the time.

2)This whole wild goose chase for her dad just gets boring after a while.

3)No offense Morgan but how times are you going to end the chapter in "she was shocked at what she saw" I mean you can do better!

4)Everything in Caitlin's eyes is beautiful the landsca
Dec 03, 2012 Amanda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Where do I begin...? Ok ill start off by saying that this review is being written after I finished the entire series. This story has so many possibilities and the potential to be phenomenal, it really does. I've never read anything like it and most vampire books are predictable so I was happy for something new and original. However, I don't think the author actually went back and read her full series together at one time. I say this because she literally ends at least 20 chapters exactly the sam
Cassandra Booth
Jun 22, 2012 Cassandra Booth rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
God I just killed myself! The ending shocked me a little. Jesus being her father well I wasn't that shocked at that part. When she drank the shield stuff I was like "no the only fun part about reading this is all the vampire fun!" that's probably why I stuck with the series. And as for the series coming around in the corner I have a sign that reads "DO NOT F****** READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!" I understand why the library doesn't have this book it's relivently stupid! Not worth the ten dollars I spent o ...more
Aug 14, 2012 Vanessa rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I am pretty sure this was the worst series I have EVER read. It sucked from the beginning but because I needed to know how it ended I continued to read. I really should have just skipped books 2-7 and then only read the last chapter of book 8. These books are repetitive (not only in the plot of each book but also the wording within the books), in need of a SERIOUS editor, and ridiculous. I cant believe I wasted my time on these. And if you are continuing to read the series JUST to find out who h ...more
Sep 07, 2012 Diana rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Wow I just finished reading the last book and I am so disappointed in the ending. I can't believe who Caitlin's father turned out to be!! I mean like...REALLY?!?! You've got to be kidding me. I read through that many books to find out ______ is her father!!! (don't want to spoil it for anyone) Oh and that he was a vampire LMFAO!!! Oh and if I hear one more primal roar I'm going to rip my hair out. was getting really good too but the ending just made me laugh. Absolutely ridiculous! Neve ...more
Feb 23, 2014 Deborah rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I couldn't even bring myself to read this.

How can anyone review a book they haven't read, I know, I know I paid 4.53 for this which was my mistake, one I'll never make again I purchased books 3 to 8 and saved them up to read together, why? I'm still asking myself that question well over a year later. I loved books 1 and 2 and decided this was going to be a fantastic series, it's not. All the books are littered with mistakes which is bad enough when you consider the price but when you factor in t
Apr 26, 2012 Amanda rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
A waste of 3 days of my life. When they revealed who her father was I just wanted to throw my NOOK out the window. The series just seemed to get worse with each book. Don't waste your time reading this corny snoozefest of a book.
Shona Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom
When i started reading this series i was really pleased to have found something that was different to other vampire books that are out at the minute. However, after only a few books in i found they got rather repetitive and i got annoyed with how whiny Caitlin was. I was determined to read to the end of the series just in case it got better. And i was left disappointed, but also really pleased that it was finally over leaving me free to read something else.

I can only hope that the new series The
Samantha Hiebert
Feb 27, 2013 Samantha Hiebert rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
im not even half done and I find myself constantly rolling my eyes at this. spelling mistakes. mistakes with names. in book 7 scarlet had the bubonic plague and suddenly in book 8 she recovered from small pox? descriptive words are all the same. scenes kind of run together I feel like ive read the same book over amd over just in a different place each time. the underlying story is good but I feel like the author could hace put more time effort and thought into these books. they arent horrible th ...more
Nandita Dhanda
Feb 28, 2016 Nandita Dhanda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Vampire Journals Series has by far been my favorite books on Vampires. Most paranormal books based on vampires happen to be somewhat cliche but I respect the way Morgan portrays a unique and original concept of the history of Vampires.

I do agree with most reviews that stated that it was quite repetitive , a little predictable and obvious at times however the overall plot was able to cover up for the flaws in my case. I've never come across the concept of time-travel and actual historic even
Nov 04, 2012 Angie rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
The 1st 2 books in this series were good but then it started to get silly ad this final book was the silliest of them all, what a ridiculous ending, way too far fetched, I'm not impressed at all Caitlin was supposed to have been born a half breed vampire/human, her dad being a vamppire and now her parents have turned out to be jesus and mary magdalene, does that mean jesus was a vampire? utterly ridiculous idea
Sofia Sundfors
I'm just going to quote my review of the first book in this series

This book was: simple; which is so tragic because it could have been so much better.
The plot had: potential... but didn't find the right key to success.

The beginning was: intriguing.
The middle was: so-so.
The crescendo was: nice.
The finish/ending was: great.

The characters were: good; but they all could have improved and put on a little polish in my opinion.
The worldbuilding was: too much, yet at the same time, too little. The wor
May 25, 2012 Cadiva rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Okay, this got two stars because I can't believe she actually did what I hoped she wasn't going to. Without giving anything away, it was telegraphed from about book five but became blindingly obvious as soon as the location for Book Seven was revealed. I wanted to throw things.
Oct 27, 2012 Amy rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2012
This series went downhill with each book. I only kept reading this last one to finally find out who her dad was and if things wrapped up. It was like the same book but different place, same people keep coming back from the dead,etc. Skip it.
This book is fucking terrible. The whole series is just atrocious. This is the biggest insult to Christianity that I have ever seen. I am Iivid. I'm eased to say that I didn't WASTE my money on this series but I did waste my precious time that I will not be getting back. This book is horrible in every. Freaking. Way.

Her grammar is non exist.

My white walls have more life and spunk than her dull, undeveloped, characters.

I expected progress as the books went on but sadly that wasn't the case. I
Aug 04, 2012 Shannon rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
feels like a slow start to this book. ive fully enjoyed the others but I'm thinking the whole time "when is this going to end?"
Mar 11, 2014 Mp rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Tania Rock
Apr 20, 2012 Tania Rock rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Morgan has done it again! Another amazing book in the Vampire Journals series.

Don't want to give to much away with this review, which will be hard as I loved it so much! The final novel in the series contained our favorite characters, lots of action, beautiful scene description and just the right amount of emotion and romance.

This novel continues where Caitlin left off in the previous book and I don't know how she comes up with such interesting ideas for the characters, environment and their int
Brent Soderstrum
I applaud Rice for setting this final tale in 33 AD in Israel with Jesus as an importan charecter. However, I wish Rice would have been more accurate in her portrayl of Jesus' last few days. The inaccuracies start when she refers to Paul as one of Jesus' disciples. Paul was a persecutor of Christians soon after Jeusu crucifiction. He didn't convert to the new religion of Christianity till he saw the resurrected Jesus who asked him "Why do you persecute me?" Paul was then blinded and after his re ...more
Apr 26, 2012 Nicole rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I actually loved this series, although I expected not to. I feel like the series was wrapping up nicely with "Found"; however, it appears that the author is trying to squeeze a few more drops of blood from an already drained storyline. I am not quite clear on how Scarlett remained a vampire after Caitlin took the steps required to "end vampirism" forever. At the time Caitlin found her Father, Jesus, he told her "I grant you power and authority over every demon. The power had authority over every ...more
Liz Amaro
Jan 01, 2013 Liz Amaro rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I did not like the book it did not make sense. Things did not add up. Like at first her "mother" was Elizabeth Pain so she thought. So why did Liz Paine had to be so secretive about her home since at the end of the books it's not explained.
All that running around sacrifice for nothing because everyone dies.
And Caitlin decides to drink the shield so the existence of vampires could be terminated. And a new spin off with her daughter Scarlet sudden transformation to a vampire how is that even pos
Aug 07, 2013 Leann rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I was so excited to read the final book in this series, but i was extremely disappointed. It had lots of typos and places where it said caleb said things caitlyn was actually saying and vice versa. All those things I could overlook though. The thing I can't overlook is that I read 8 books to follow caitlyn on her journey to find her father and to "save the world" basically. I had an idea who her father would turn out to be and I was disappointed to find out that I was right. :( As I said I was c ...more
Dottie Butterfield
Wow, I don't even know where to begin. Really Jesus and Mary Magdalene are her parents? Come on, you couldnt' come up with something better than that? Are wer going for the actually they had a relationship and had a love child, it seems that way? I would've had an easier time believing that Jesus/God is everyone's Father. Holy smokes and then the last 15% of the book is the beginning of her next series which appears to take up Scarlet's life ands he starts changing into a vampire? Yet when Caitl ...more
While I'e been enjoying this series and looked forward to the conclusion of the treasure hunt for the vampire shield and Caitin's father, the connection and rearrangment to the Bible crucifixtion story was just wrong. I am not a fanatical Christian (as seen by the fact that I love vampire stories), but seeing Jesus and vampires mixed seems like heresy to me.

The action is exciting and the arrangment of Scarlet and everyone into the conflict was great, but I just can't get past the uncomfortable
Apr 01, 2016 Lisa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Getting better and better

There are some fantastic twists and turns in these books. This turned everything you ever knew about history and vampires on its head. Loved it and for Caitlin to become what she was destined to be and to do.
Elspeth Artifex
Jan 11, 2014 Elspeth Artifex rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
possibly the worst book I have ever read, in the worst series I have ever read. I would love to see a word count for the entire series, for the words strut, strutted, and also for the amount if times the author writes that someone jumps up, and plants two feet on their enemy's chest to kick them.
Utterly ludicrous ending.
also curious as to how the protagonists travel back through time, yet other incarnations of their friends remember the future. ugh. read arena one, much better.
Megan Pimentel
Oct 04, 2015 Megan Pimentel rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Okay this series in general didn't please me especially with all of the spelling mistakes and stuff and mixing up of names but OMG the ending of this book pissed me off so much I can't even stand it, like I wasted money on these books (even if they were 2 bucks each on my e-reader I still wasted money) for no reason cause *SPOILER* everyone dies *END SPOILER*! Like I refuse to read that dumb spin off series now! Actually I read the first like 3 chapters of the first one and then deleted the book ...more
Violet Davis
Oct 13, 2013 Violet Davis rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

when i started to read these books, i found myself getting more into them, as soon as i had finished reading the first books, i just had to get the next one in line and so now it went until i had read all of them.

i just could not put the books down, even to eat a meal, i had to see what was coming next in the story line. Now that i have finished reading all of The Vampire Journals series, i am sad.

but i have found more of Morgan Rice books to read which carry on the story line of Caitl
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