Resurrected (Book #9 in the Vampire Journals)

Resurrected (Book #9 in the Vampire Journals)

by Morgan Rice
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Resurrected (Book #1 of the Vampire Legacy) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
OGrady79 More than 1 year ago
After just completing the first series, I can honestly say that no one should waste their money reading Morgan Rice's books. I felt compelled to complete the first series since I hate not knowing what happens, however, it was an extremely painful read. So many proof reading errors and the vocabulary was severly lacking. I lost count as to how many times she used the same descriptive fighting scene...definitely lacked imagination. The plot was just ridiculous. They should have paid me to read the books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wish it had stated before i bought this book it was a sample because then i would have shopped till i found the whole book for $4.99
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OMG! I Loved the Vampire Journals and this new series is even better! Such a fast read. Couldn't put it down! Can't wait for Book 2!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I borrowed this from a friend not knowing what to expect,finishef it in 2 days!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book, i have read the whole series of vampire journals,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
RESURRECTED is a great start to Morgan's Vampire Legacy series. The book was easy to read and couldn't put it down until the end. Cannot wait until the next book is released to see where the story line will lead. A rival to the mainstream vampire books and shows, Morgan Rice is an AMAZING writer and only getting better!
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I give this book a 5 out of 5 because it is a thrilling book that keeps you on your toes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book appears to have been written by a somewhat talented 7th grader.  The prose is weak, the plotting is borderline ridiculous and the characters are thinner than the pages they are written on.  The pacing is amatuerish.  Morgan Rice should attend a writer's workshop before she writes another book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sooo where is the real book
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A great start to the continuation of the Vampire Journal series.
chinadoll05252 More than 1 year ago
I loved it and already bought the second book and read it can not wait for the third to be released.
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First off let me say that if you haven't read the Vampire Journals series by Morgan Rice, you might want to before you start the Vampire Legacy series. Resurrected begins the spin-off series Vampire Legacy that came from Vampire Journals. However, Morgan Rice does a wonderful job at giving you the need-to-know information throughout Resurrected, if you choose not to read the Vampire Journals series first. In Resurrected Morgan Rice starts out the book with it being Scarlet's 16th birthday. Her parents Caitlin and Caleb are thrilled to be hosting a surprise party for Scarlet, where Caitlin would hand down a necklace that had been in the family for generations. However, that was the last "normal" day any of them would have again. When Caitlin can't fall asleep she remembers the stack of old books her grandmother had given her years before. She heads up to the attic to find them, but Caitlin wishes she never would have. In that stack Caitlin finds her Vampire Journal. The problem is Caitlin cannot remember any of her time as a vampire. She is confused if it is real or not, why wouldn't she remember being a vampire, and are there really vampires? All of these questions and more start unraveling Caitlin, and when she seeks answers from a friend, Scarlet is struck ill. Caitlin arrives home to find Caleb sitting with Scarlet and then their world turns upside down. Between Scarlet throwing Caleb across the room hard enough to leave his imprint in the drywall and her just disappearing, Caitlin and Caleb aren't sure what to do. Caitlin realizes that Scarlet is becoming a vampire, but Caleb doesn't believe her. Poor Scarlet is still suffering through regular day to day teen drama, but on top of it is dealing with "the change" even though she has no idea what she is becoming. I love the way Morgan Rice writes her books. Even though they are written in the third person, I still feel that I can create a great mental picture of the scenes. They are very fast paced and something is happening. This is the kind of book you think you will start at bedtime, only to find out that you didn't sleep and read the entire thing in one sitting!! Look for my book review on Craved, book #2 in the Vampire Legacy series, where we are introduced to Sage and poor Scarlet is being accused of having a drug problem. Poor confused parents :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pure perfection I just wish it was longer
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is such a twist! I mean all the other vampires are like twilight. Theres nothing wrong with twilight I loved the books but continuous reading of girls falling in love with vampire gets kinda old. This book is something new! Which is great! I couldn't put it down! I can't wait to read the next one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Morgan Rice has done it again. I couldn't wait for Resurrected and I am not disappointed. I couldn't put it down and I can't wait for Crave. Thank You Thank You Thank You While you are waiting please read the Vampire Legacy
jennieb53 More than 1 year ago
Such a great read!! Morgan does it again with the start of another series. Couldnt put it down -- so amazing!!!!!!!!!