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Feverborn: A Fever Novel Kindle Edition
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|Book 8 of 11 in FEVER SERIES|
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“Karen Marie Moning is back, burning up the pages with scorching tension, gasp-out-loud surprises, unshakable danger and unexpected feels. Feverborn is simply impossible to put down. . . . I’m not sure how Moning is able to do it after eight books, but each novel proves more exciting than its predecessor as she continues to raise the stakes in this ongoing, exhilarating saga. Feverborn is a fight between ancient magic and renewed determination, a duel between old wounds and deep-seated love. Once again, you won’t be able to put this book down.”—USA Today
“Feverborn is at once the most gratifying and infuriating (in the best way possible) volume in the series yet. Moning’s proclivity for passion, emotion and shocking twists is showcased in breathtaking clarity. . . . I can damn near guarantee that fans of the series will be panting, both with heat, and a frenzied need to know what happens next.”—PopWrapped
“Feverborn is a masterpiece of epic proportions. With this book, Karen Marie Moning shows us exactly why she is such an indispensable writer in the genre.”—Under the Covers
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- Publication date : January 19, 2016
- File size : 1187 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 506 pages
- Publisher : Delacorte Press (January 19, 2016)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B00SEF63AY
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #75,195 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Feverborn picks up where Burned left off and is another solid installment of entertaining story telling. It’s not epic, none of the last 3 books seem to have reached the pinnacle of the first 5 – but in comparison to other offerings in the same genre – it’s still really good.
The black wholes which have sprung up on the sites previously iced by the Hoar Frost King are getting bigger. Soon they’ll destroy the fabric of earth and the Fae realm which has been tied to it. Desperation makes for strange bedfellows….well…..questionable bedfellows. Which is how Ryoden, Jada, Dancer, Mac, and Barrons end up working together again to save the world; with Christian along for the ride since discovering that the dearly beloved Ryoden sent him home with was not in fact his uncle’s remains. Both Mac and Dani/Jada have to lay low since the Dublin Daily outed them as being tools of the Sinsar Dubh -or more specifically they outed Mac and pulled a Fake News on Dani/Jada.
As usual – it’s always an interesting time in the Fever world. Mac’s dead sister is running around Dublin looking disheveled and confused. A monstrosity known as the Sweeper is hunting for “broken things” to “fix”. (The Unseelie King was VERY clear with Mac NOT to talk to it or it’s minions). Cruce is plotting away with Papa Roach to escape his prison and take over as the new Seelie/Unseelie ruler. And who knows what Ryoden is up to with Uncle Dageus in the dungeon.
Random character thoughts:
Shazam – My favorite character – the “mopey wizard/koala bear/cat manic-depressive binge-eater. The fact that Jada loves Shazam warms me up to Jada. It must be the animal lover in me – I want my own Shazam. I think Hunters are my second favorite characters. Obviously, I’m an animal lover above all else.
Mac – I like that she isn’t as passive as she was in Burned; although I suppose I really can’t blame her for being concerned that she’s the repository for the ultimate evil and could possibly complicate things even further by letting it’s psychopathic, homicidal tendencies loose to run amok.
Dani/Jada – Dani aggravated me with her immaturity. Jada in her one-dimensional-ness seems equally immature but in a different way. However, towards the end as D/J spends more time in the world and more time around people who are significant to her – the integration of the two pieces of her personality start to form a more likable whole. Plus, she loves Shazam.
Barrons – I think he is the perfect alpha hero. He’s figured out the balance between being protective (getting Mac’s spear back) and respecting her as an equal by allowing her to make her own decisions while having her back. Funny how “Try to stay alive, Ms. Lane” actually ends up sounding sexy. Damn shame everything is “fade to black”.
Ryoden – still Meh. Bossy little bugger. He has not figured out the perfect balance.
While I loved the first five books in the Fever series, the last two books were not nearly as good. I was truly hoping to get back to that magic of the early books with Feverborn. Sadly, this book was disappointing in that. While it was okay, and I was glad to get some answers, it could have been so much better.
Top reviews from other countries
It's another amazing ride in the world of Mac, Jada (Dani) and the nine.
I really love Lor in his brotherly love and protection of Jada.
One thing is for sure, the author managed to create amazing characters with supreme sense of humour.
This series are absolutely addictive... on to the next one!