- Series: Fever
- Hardcover: 192 pages
- Publisher: Del Rey (July 10, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0345525485
- ISBN-13: 978-0345525482
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.7 x 10.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 227 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,445 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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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
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.
The overall plot was nothing spectacular. We met the Fear Dorcha in Shadowfever so nothing in Fever Moon is new if you've already read Shadowfever. It's the usual Barrons and Mac banter with bitchy Rowena thrown into the mix. Now that I see how sexy Inspector Jayne is, I hope to see more of him in the spin-off series.
All in all, it Fever Moon was okay. It took less than an hour to read. It was entertaining but not what I expected. If she publishes another graphic novel, I don't know if I'll buy it. I'm not a graphic novel person so maybe I can't appreciate it like a true aficionado. I bought Fever Moon because I love this series and KMM and needed a Barrons fix. It's a pretty book to add to my bookshelf.