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What a ride this series has been! Amazing author.
*** Spoiler Alert ***
Now we fast forward to this latest and last entry in the series (supposedly, but that ending left me filled with some doubt). I found myself wanting MORE. The book is comprised of 541 pages (including the glossary at the end) but I don't mean I wanted more pages. I mean that I wanted MORE from the characters.
Mac/the Sinsar Dubh's inner monologues got stale very fast. I found myself skimming a lot of the pages to get to points of action or a point where the story would start to progress again. It felt so stale and it hurt to have to skip parts because I just couldn't keep reading, I am. I AM. Maim, kill, repeat. I feel. I FEEL. I get it. The Sinsar Dubh is a very powerful, malevolent essence that is trapped within a character that should have probably stayed out of this series. When I say series, I mean through Dani's novels.
Dancer. Dancer was perfect for Dani.Read more ›
I've been an avid fever fan from the start, so this review is a little hard for me to write. First of all, it all seemed too easy, I honestly feel like KMM has relied on the cliffhanger-sequel endings so much throughout this series that it was hard for her to really wrap everything up in a suitably believable manner. The characters all seemed sort of flat, with the exception of Dani, whose backstory I did enjoy. The last few pages I re read a few times and still don't have clarity on what the heck actually happened. Barrons is the unseelie king? Or could be? And all of the unseelie are gone except Cruce? The king...quits?
I just....Meh. I don't know. Honestly in the middle I was really hoping that the black holes would just swallow the world. I still think think that would have been better than what happened. It just seemed flat and rushed at the end, I was hoping for a lot more loose ends to be tied up. But I guess that in a way, it's still a cliffhanger in that KMM left herself plenty of room for sequels, or not.
Mac and Barrons' relationship waffling throughout the book was annoying. Christian's character was painfully one-dimensional, and I fail to see why the previous books emphasized the importance of Kat training with one of the Nine and Dageus' transformation only to interject that Kat comes back muscle-y and Dageus gets to go home to his family because the world is ending. I honestly got irritated that I invested interest in those two side stories just for an anticlimactic "Kat's different now and Christian demands to take Dageus home".
My biggest beef was the fact that Mac essentially spent no time with Alina after discovering it was truly her sister.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just finished Feversong and loved every word. I laughed and cried and raged right along with Dani and Mac. I enjoyed the character development and plot twists. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Kristina Valdez
SUPERB!!! When it looked like ShadowFever was going to be the last in the series, I was so disappointed with the ending. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Dawn F
KMM has done it again! This was an excellent conclusion to the Mac and Barrons story arc! It starts off with a bang and never lets go. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Nicole Karlson
Reading the Feverseries has been an epic ride. Some days I wondered what in the heck KMM was doing but all along I heard "just trust me" and I am glad I did! Read morePublished 4 hours ago by jgirlsmama
Eventually also this series came to an end, and hopefully it will stay this way because this last three books were like an agony for me: I was so in love with the first 5, where... Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Gonza
Karen's attention to details are amazing. It's what really makes the series. It's a very good and deep story made great by this attention and care. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Amazon Customer
evil is a living breathing entity, who to trust, who not to..and where is the most powerful King and his consort? Read morePublished 5 hours ago by nette
Beware of SPOILERS BELOW!
Some of my favorites from this book,(and limiting myself as well) include answers about Dani, and as... Read more
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