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Feast of Fools (Morganville Vampires, Book 4) Mass Market Paperback – June 3, 2008
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This is the series that "adds a new dimension to the vampire mythos."
"Forget what happens to the kid with the scar and glasses, I want to know what happens next in Morganville."
"Rachel Caine brings her brilliant ability to blend witty dialogue, engaging characters, and an intriguing plot."
"A solid, utterly compelling story that you will find addictive and hypnotic. If Rachel Caine is not on your auto-buy list, put her there immediately, if not sooner."
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For any of you who were frustrated or disappointed with Midnight Alley, Book Three, you're in for a treat with Feast of Fools. Feast of Fools takes all that we learned or thought we learned from Midnight Alley and puts it all together in a very entertaining package. I could not put Feast of Fools down, and there aren't a lot of books that I've read lately that I can say that about.
There is a level of tension in the Morganville books that keeps you on the edge of your seat, even in the background scenes you're waiting for the other shoe to drop. And it always does. Rachel Caine abuses her characters like a pro, and she doesn't shirk because these are YA books. Claire and her friends go through hell just trying to survive in Morganville.
Her characters are young, Claire is about to turn seventeen, but she is no Mary Sue. She's smarter than the average bear, but it's not rubbed into the readers face. Claire's roommates make up the rest of the main characters in the series, and they are pretty normal, or as normal as they can be after growing up in a town run by vampires. But above it all, each book stresses how important friendship is to these characters. You know without a doubt that they are willing to die for each other.
My only complaint is the cliffhanger endings in the series.Read more ›
Her Morganville vampire series is amazing and the plot twists keep the storyline and characters fresh.
After Claire had to battle with the popular `protected' girls (Glass House) Shane's psycho dad (Dead Girls Dance) and then Amelia and the crazy, old, brilliant `spider alley' vampire (Midnight Alley) she now has to contend with Amelia's even crazier father; who believes that humans are nothing more than food and worms.
Rachel Caine is brilliant and this series is a must read for adults and teens who like smart strong female leads and of course vampires.
No one's really sure what Mr. Bishop wants exactly--all they know is that he's more powerful than anyone--possibly even Amelie, and he lacks any good intentions. Everyone is on their guard. Soon everyone is buzzing about the upcoming formal ball, and all the humans are clamoring for invites, even Claire and Eve. But this is one party that the breathing might want to pass up.
Feast of Fools is an exciting, fast paced and chilling thriller. Caine has a real knack for combining a headstrong heroine, nicely creepy happenings, and a dash of romance and intrigue to bring about a knock out of a novel that'll stun, spellbind, and utterly captivate readers. There's a twist around every corner, and a cliff hanger that will leave readers desperate for more in this wonderful series that's reminiscent of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. A word of caution: once you start into the Morganville Vampires series, it's impossible to let go.
I really enjoy anything that Rachel Caine writes. All of her characters have an interesting past, and the development of them has been great over the course of four books. I think Claire is finally learning when she needs to back off, and let other people take care of things; especially with the addition of her parents in Morganville, because one wrong move could put them on the chopping block.
Claire and Shane's relationship is growing, and they both want to take things to the next level. But Shane continues to be the good guy and stick to his guns (unfortunately for the reader). This only makes Shane more likeable in my opinion. He knows what he wants, but he knows that he can't have it...yet.
My favorite character is still Myrnin. The addition of him in Midnight Alley added a whole new level of intrigue to the story. With the new serum Claire has been working on to help him, and the other vampires, he's able to stay out of his cage for longer. This had me on edge because I was just waiting for him to attack Claire at any minute.
Monica is still as evil as ever! She is the biggest bully for a college gal. I wish she would get what was coming to her, because it seems that several near death experiences aren't cutting it! How many times does Claire have to save her before she leaves her alone?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great continuation of the previous book. The series seamlessly flows from one book to throw next as if flipping to a new chapter in a very long book.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
It brings back the real feel of vampires. They're beautiful but are meant to be scary. Like this series brings. Absolutely amazing.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I'll say this, you can't judge what to expect from these books by the ending of the prior one. Once again, we are left dangling on one heckuva cliffhanger. Read morePublished 1 month ago by AmyWeidenaar
I continue to enjoy the stories in the Morganville series. Each book brings new dilemmas and new struggles. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Myndi
These books get better and better.They will keep you on the edge of your seat and wanting to read the next onePublished 8 months ago by Barbara Knipe
I love this series so I couldn't stop reading this one either. I would recommend this series to anyone that wants a great,quick, and fun read.Published 11 months ago by leslie
4.5/5 stars(RabidReads.com) If I thought the going got tough in book three of this series, Midnight Alley, I sure didn’t have any idea how even more tough things were going to get... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lorna
The books keep getting better and better I only wish the books were longer lol so on to the next.......Published 12 months ago by amy