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Blood Fever: The Watchers Paperback – August 7, 2012
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First 50 Pages: This is by far, not your typical vampire story! Not only does this series have an original plot line, but in Blood Fever, the author really took the heat up a notch. And when I say the heat, I mean the romance! It has borderline `sexy-times' that are appropriate enough for older teens, but adult enough for, well, adults! Not only that, but Blood Fever has so much action and so much going on in it that it felt like I just flew right through the whole book. This is one of those book series where each novel just keeps getting better and better.
Characters & Plot: Blood Fever is the third book in The Watcher series and if you haven't yet read the first two books, this review may spoil you, so you have fair warning! In Blood Fever, the author once again managed to take an easy to follow plot line and turn it into something wonderful and captivating. Drew (our main female protagonist), has a somewhat strange new roommate, her romance with Carden is seriously becoming spicy and yummy, but things aren't all rosy and wonderful.Read more ›
What I didn't like about Blood Fever:
I only have a couple complaints. First off, the ever-present question that seems to be avoided in Every. Single. Book. and that's, "Why the heck is all of this going on? What is the purpose? Why do big strong vampires need human girls to watch their backs? If you ask me it takes away their scariness without an answer. Why can only men become vampires? These are questions stirred all the way back to book 1, and two books later, they're still avoided.
Next, and this isn't so bad, but Drew has a new roommate, Mei. She refers to her as a kid, which made me laugh because Drew herself is only 17, and Mei is 15. Is two years difference enough to look down at someone else as nothing more than an immature kid, when Drew herself just became more mature in this book? It may be silly but it annoyed me.
And finally, when we learn who the bad guy is, it's very brief.Read more ›
Quick & Dirty: A more engaging sequel, the heroine’s eyes are open to the truth of the vampires’ intentions.
Opening Sentence: His mouth.
In Veronica Wolff’s third installment of The Watchers, Blood Fever comes back with a darker theme. While I was beginning to think that I may be too old for the series (I am in my 30s), Wolff brings a more adult vibe throughout the story. There is definitely more danger around the corner on the Isle of Night. And luckily for me, I was able to read about it right away.
Blood Fever begins at the start of a new semester. Fall brings new Acari recruits and trainees. For the rest, Watcher training has intensified, bringing more guts and glory for the determined. Drew has survived another year, and with some surprising allies. One ally is Camden. A bond has solidified their connection, but that connection goes beyond what was formed. Mei-Ling has a secret and a talent. That secret was the cause of her abduction by the vampires. Drew is involved, no matter if she should or not. And when the death counts start rising, will she be able to prove the cause? Or will it bring danger to her, more than it already has?
I loved Drew in Blood Fever. I think she became so much more personable than the last three books. Maybe because of her bond with Camden, or even her friendship with Mei-Ling. Whatever reason, she shows so much emotion on the inside and out. It was entertaining to read and the accompanying dialogue was fun, to say the least. Her relationships get serious, whether it is in a positive or negative light. There’s so much more on the line and I appreciated the way Drew handled every single scenario.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This continues to be a fun and entertaining series. Drew and Carden- I heart this! Can I get an entire book of just swoony Carden and Drew scenes? Read morePublished 18 months ago by T. Geo
Thought it was great. Moved quickly, plot was entertaining. Loved the new thoughts Garden brought to the storyline. Can't wait for the next one.Published 19 months ago by Donna R Kehoe
The third installment left me in tears!! Literally!!
It was heartbreaking because of the end, (I won't ruin it. Read more
I seriously have so much love for this series I can barely put it into words. It’s snarky and quirky without being over the top and it’s so so incredibly violent but not... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Donna C
Great series to read. I couldn't put this series of books down until I finished them. Read these books, you won't be disappointed.Published 24 months ago by badrod85
Fresh from her mission Drew must fall back into the grove and figure out how to keep her bond with Carden a secret. Read morePublished on April 9, 2014 by Amanda Gill
Excellent Book. She can not write them fast enough. I'm Usually not a teen book reader but I am hooked on these.Published on November 4, 2013 by Michele Saunders
Good writing. Good characters. If some of the rest of the so-called vampire series are anywhere nearly as good, I would be surprised again.Published on August 9, 2013 by Bob Lambert