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- Listening Length: 9 hours and 50 minutes
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- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: September 16, 2008
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B001G8MA7G
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At the end the main character gets gang raped by 4 demons and then enslaved to her worst enemy. This is before she's even gotten with any of the guys she's interested in. I'm sure in the next books she'll get revenge and fall in love and heal but I am just so grossed out. If you're looking for a romance novel about fairies do not read this series. If you enjoy gang rape porn then this has scenes for you!
Because I couldn’t possibly write a review for each of these books individually, this is a review of the original Fever series (books 1 through 5). Not only would it be too difficult to review them on an individual basis, but it just wasn’t going to happen because I couldn’t stop long enough between books to even be bothered to write a review. I devoured these books.
This is so not my cup of tea. I’m a traditional girl. I like believability, relatability, and normalcy. I like original and unique stories but ones that could happen in real life. Fantasy or paranormal? Usually, we don’t mesh. This series is definitely an exception.
It did have drawbacks. It was long, at times very drawn out (mostly toward the end), and thoroughly confusing. I know it was the author’s intention to keep us guessing and on the edge of our seats, but it got to the point where I had hardly any idea what was going on and it became frustrating. There are so many different facets to this story, so many unnatural laws at play, that it’s hard to keep everything straight. The game is constantly changing, there’s so many players, and the board is unfathomably large. Every time you think you’re winning, Moning has rewritten the rules.
But in her defense, it does keep you interested. You become desperate to know what happens. You root for good to trump evil and you rethink what it means to be either one. I was so drawn in to this story and the unforgettable, gripping characters.
Mac and Barrons are damn near perfection. Their chemistry is like nothing I’ve ever experienced between two characters. This is the ultimate slow burn. It doesn’t get any slower and hotter than these two. Their tension is so powerful. They make you feel so much by doing and saying next to nothing. They are unforgettable.
Take a step out of your comfort zone and read these books. You need to experience this world and these characters. Karen Marie Moning’s imagination is a work of art. I think if my brain was capable of creating a story of this magnitude, I’d go insane. It’s probably why she writes. Lucky for us.
This installment finds Mac still in Dublin and still wanting revenge on the Lord Master for her sister Alina's death. She is still in the clutches of Barrons and V'lane; always debating on which one she should be putting her trust in or if she should be trusting them at all. The thing is both do save her life when it needs saving so it's hard to know - although they are both using her to get closer to the Sinsar Dubh (the dark book).
Now Mac has started getting pages from Alina's journal. Who could be sending them and why? What message is someone trying to send her? The pages are disturbing to Mac and she wishes that Alina had trusted her enough to tell her what was going on in Dublin although all Alina was trying to do was protect Mac. I think either way Mac would have been drawn into the dark world in Dublin even after Alina's death -- they would have known she had a sister by then and hunted her down.
As Halloween approaches Mac learns that the veil between our world and the dark world is very thin and if something isn't done to reinforce it our world will be taken over by the dark world. Mac gets the Orb from Barrons for the sidhe seers to use but that doesn't necessarily turn out too good. She also got him to promise to help protect the walls on Halloween which he agreed to do but we never find out if he actually is or not. No surprise that Barrons has his own agenda when it comes to most things.
This novel finds the chemistry between Mac and Barrons at a high point and I keep waiting for it to explode. I love how the author has kept the relationship between them as it is because it adds a really amusing note to the books when the two are at each other bickering. Then there is V'lane who promises Mac the world but I'm unsure about him - can he be trusted - I don't think so.
Faefever leaves us with a humdinger of a cliffhanger! Wow! I didn't see it coming and when I got to the end I turned the page over a few times hoping there was more. Lucky for me I have Dreamfever waiting for me. Things are pretty dicey for Mac and it seems that her two life savers - Barrons and V'lane are nowhere to be found. What will happen? Your guess is as good as mine but I'm dying to find out.
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I do not understand all these rave reviews. Did you even read the book? This priss 100% relies on these two men for her every need.Read more