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Fever Moon (Graphic Novel) Hardcover – July 10, 2012
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About the Author
Karen Marie Moning is the New York Times bestselling author of the Fever series, featuring MacKayla Lane, and the award-winning Highlander series. She has a bachelor’s degree in society and law from Purdue University and is currently working on a new series set in the Fever world.
Illustrator Al Rio, Brazil-based, world-renowned as a “good-girl artist” with a classic style, has drawn such popular series as X-Men, Spider-Man, Star Wars, GEN¹³, DV8, and his own sexy supernatural project Exposure. Fever Moon was his last graphic novel before he died.
Also from Brazil, illustrator Cliff Richards has loved comic books since a young age and has worked for DC Comics, Dark Horse, and Marvel, among others. He also illustrated Pride and Prejudice and Zombies for Del Rey.
New York Times bestselling adaptor David Lawrence has written professionally since the ’80s, most recently with Patricia Briggs on the graphic novels Mercy Thompson: Homecoming, Moon Called, and Cry Wolf: An Alpha & Omega Novel. He lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Colorists Katrina Mae Hao and Rainier Beredo both live in the Philippines—Mae Hao in the City of San Fernando; Beredo in Batangas. Between them they have colored thousands of pages of graphic novels. Mae Hao also colored Kim Harrison’s Blood Work for Del Rey.
Inkers Al Rio, Julia Pinto, Joe Pimentel, and Dan Borgones. Pinto trained under Rio, while Pimentel and Borgones are considered top inkers in Brazil and the Philippines.
Letterer Zachary R. Matheny has lettered, colored, and designed hundreds of books for a variety of publishers—Del Rey’s Blood Work and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies among them. Matheny lives in Los Angeles, California.
Top Customer Reviews
This review DOES contain spoilers. Read further at your own risk.
First: The characters, while drawn beautifully, don't look like themselves.
Starting with the faerie. In the novels they're described as these sleek, glowing, almost ethereal creatures. These guys look more like your typical musclebound meatheads. There's nothing remotely graceful and ethereal about them. Honestly, the slim, lithe style of your typical Japanese manga bishonen probably would have worked much better for the whole faerie vibe. Don't get me wrong, they're pretty. They're just not "faerie" to me. This, however, is the least of my peeves.
Now, as for the two main female characters, I think they look too old. Mac looks like a woman in her late 20s, early 30s. Dani is supposed to be, what, 13, 14 years old? She looks like she's in her early 20s, not like a smartass teenager.
Nothing wrong with Barrons, he's pretty much like I pictured him. Except in his beast form. I've always been under the impression that when transformed, he is WAY less humanoid than he's depicted in the GN. Like, he has a muzzle incapable of intelligent speech. I kind of pictured something like a dragonish creature, actually. Otherwise, why wouldn't he have just come right out and TOLD Mac who he was before she had to go and find out the hard way? And yet, in this book he's running around naked as you please, chatting up a storm on his cell phone. And please, DO tell me where the heck he got the phone in the first place! Did he not lose ALL of his possessions when he lost his clothes? Mac got his keys.Read more ›
Some characters or objects may not be what we, as readers, saw in our head. But Graphic novels, even with the direct involvement of the author, are adaptations. It's the artist's version of the author's vision. But there were very few things that gave me much pause on that front. The artwork was beautiful.
And it does answer a few unanswered questions from Shadowfever. If you blink, you may miss them.
1.) What was imprisoned in the Unseelie Prison that wasn't meant to be freed.
2.)The origins of the Fear Dorcha. Some of the members of KMM's forum had speculated this, and were pretty dead on.
While it isn't a relevent volume you need to read along with the series, it is a fun addition that I am happy to have on my shelf with the novels.
I per-ordered and received my copy this morning... I set out to start reading it through my lunch break and I couldn't put it down. KMM's story's always grab a hold of your imagination and you just can't get enough but the graphic novel had that extra touch of the visual stimulation. Seeing Mac and Barrons and Dani and the Fever world of Dublin brought to life right before my eyes while going through the mystery of the Fear Dorcha you feel like you are there along with Mac. Not to mention seeing the Fae and other regular characters. It's like you are in it rather than reading about it.
Great job to Karen Marie Moning, David Lawrence, Cliff Richards and AL RIO. You brought one of my favorite worlds to mentally visit to wonderful colorful life right in front of my eyes and I truly LOVED it!!!
RIP - Al Rio (you are a wonderful artist to be remembered and cherished!)
The story line is riveting, and the pages are full of rich vibrant colors and the drama of the new world that Mac has found herself living in since the walls came tumbling down.
It was fun for me actually seeing Mac and Barrons' interacting as they hunt a new mystery "Faceless" Unseelie who is trying to gather himself a face made up from various facial features taken from innocent unsuspecting humans, including some pieces that were taken from Mac's personal friends.
We also see how the world looks now that the walls are down, and we see how the world has been destroyed by the Unseelie presence here.
Thanks to seeing the pictures of how the world looks now after the invasion made the horror of it happening more real for me to feel as I am now rereading this series in preparation for Iced, the newest book in this series coming out October 30th, 2012.
BTW, Jericho again allows Mac to drive his hot car they are speeding around in as they search out the monster that is devastating the lives of their friends.
As always, in my humble opinion, this is another well done story by Karen Marie Moning.
I will continue to automatically order every book that this author writes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was virtually impossible to read on my kindle fire. The print was tiny and for some reason I couldn't enlarge the print on the book. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Terri J Veach
Not exactly how I envisioned the characters, but it was an interesting read and the artwork was pretty good.Published 20 days ago by ALR
Sexy graphics and okay story with really interesting charactersPublished 2 months ago by Evolvingthinker
Let me start by saying that I was shocked to see the vast number of negative reviews for this book. It's disappointing to see because the majority of the negative reviews make no... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I loved the Fever series but didn't like this book at all. It's not that I object to the graphic novel format. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Denise Piersante