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Iced: Fever Series Book 6 Hardcover – Deckle Edge, October 30, 2012
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“This is one of my favorite 2012 reads . . . It’s engaging, hilarious, amazing and Dani is going to be one heck of a woman.”—USA Today
“A gripping story that combines excellent storytelling with believable characters that are rendered both superhuman and superbly human, with emotional fragility and psychological vulnerability in an unstable world fraught with danger . . . Fast-paced, with nonstop action set in a fascinating urban fantasy world of Dublin under siege, this is a smart, bold and textured success.”─Kirkus Reviews
“Moning is a master storyteller. I don’t know how she does it, but she begs me to get on my knees and pay worship to the woman who has brought me the best, most labyrinthine stories and characters I’ve ever had the privilege to get to know. She weaves brilliantly, unapologetically, and without exception, and she has threaded the needle into me and I’ve been pulled, over and over, into her tapestry, and I don’t think I’m ever getting out. Iced is no exception.”—The Bawdy Book Blog (five-starred review)
“Moning has taken a beloved series and made it better. . . . [She] has a way of bringing the reader into the story with her imaginative writing style and characters that are colorful and entertaining. . . . Please give Iced a try, you will become a Dani fan just like I did.”—Night Owl Romance (top pick)
“An exciting opening of a new Fever saga . . . Readers will enjoy that the prime Fever cast plays major roles and the introduction of two new unique dangerous Fae who widen the mythos.”—Genre Go Round Reviews
“[Moning] has always managed to give me everything I want in a book. . . . Iced will not disappoint.”—Open Book Society
“We get edge of your seat action and danger. We get the promise of so much more to come. All in all, this is an excellent start to Dani’s trilogy.”—Scandalicious Book Reviews
“Of course, I ended up loving this book. Just like I love everything [Moning] writes.”—Fiction Vixen
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Umm...not so much.
The book isn't terrible, it's just not a consistent continuation of the gripping story like the first five books that originally won my heart. In truth, in my second read, I've upped my rating from the 2 stars I was tempted to give it initially.
Here's what I liked:
Dancer. Finally learned more about who he is and I like him as a character.
Christian. Dramatic turn to his character, I am curious to see where KMM takes him from here.
Lor. I think he's hilarious in a dry, scenestealing kind of way.
Hoar Frost King and Crimson Hag. Creative, terrifying. Doubt we've seen the last of either of them.
Ryodan. Can't tell if he's a good guy, a complete ass, or sometimes both. I like the fact that I'm still not sure.
Here's what I kinda still don't care about, even after two reads:
Dani. Yeah, that's bad when you aren't invested in the main character after two reads of the book.
Kat and Sean. Who were they again?
Here's what I REALLY didn't like:
Dani is 14. I don't want to read about a 14 year old.
2 Grown men sexually attracted to a 14 year old. Eew.Read more ›
It was simultaneously better and worse than I thought it would be. Yes, there were times when Dani was an annoying idiot. She thinks she's very smart, and she is, but she's still fourteen, which makes her sort of automatically an idiot. It could, therefore, be argued that her obnoxiousness added realism to the story, but I'm not sure the realism was worth having to deal with all the crap, not to mention the number of times she uses the word "dude". Luckily, Dani is also funny and learning about her is interesting because she doesn't share well. Her intelligence also comes through more in this book, and the contrast between regular Dani and science Dani is really quite fascinating.
Let's take a look at the plot. Iced takes place pretty much right after the end of Shadowfever, so if you haven't read that, don't read the rest of this review.
Okay. I'm going to assume all the infidels are gone now and keep talking. The Unseelie King is off somewhere with the concubine/Aoibheal, Cruce/the Sinsar Dubh is frozen in a block of ice under the abbey, and Faery has merged with our world, resulting in lots of deaths and Interdimensional Fairy Potholes. Most of the action takes place in Dublin, centered at Chester's, Ryodan's weird club/fae hunting grounds. There's conflict between Dani and Ryodan as he tries to mold her into his future...what would you call it? A mate? See, kind of icky.Read more ›
Darn her. I have all kind of issues with this book, most of them one other reviewers had, and I really, really thought hard about only giving it 4 stars, but in the end, I couldn't get over the fact that even in the saggy parts where Dani's 14 year old voice got my nerves and I was icked out by the attraction between her and Ryodan, the book still had me utterly engrossed.
Dani is doing her Mega Superhero thing watching over what humans she can in Dublin, hiding from Mac, hanging with her brainy friend Dancer, and killing all the fae she can with her sword.
But Ryodan, the owner of Chester's night club, has taken in an interest in her. He forces her into his "employ" and sets her on the path of solving the mysterious "iced" places in Dublin. Meanwhile, our old, Druid friend Christian is almost all the way through his transformation into an Unseelie Prince, and he's also got designs on Dani.
While Dani-Ryodan reminded me an awful lot of Mac-Barrons (subsitute Dani's inexperience/youngness for Mac's innocence) and Christian was a mite bit creepier than in prior books, Dani is her own person in this book with a distinctive voice and constant desire to be moving forward and getting things done that is quite believable. I love how Moning makes Ryodan and his buddies make comments that Dani doesn't get but that us readers definitely pick up as sexual innuendo.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have loved some of her other books but I couldn't get past all the swearing. It took away from the story so much I never finished the book.Published 4 hours ago by mary lou mielke
Love, LOVE, this book, it's keep you on the edge of your seat, it has suspense and humor, highly recommended this addition of the seriesPublished 8 days ago by Bianca Hamblin
As a fan who has been there for the long haul, this book does not disappoint - a talent for storytelling which just enriches with each series. Read morePublished 8 days ago by KayDLyn
A great series. Love the details, characters and hot scenes ;) Can't wait for the next book to come out.Published 15 days ago
I liked the book but I felt it was written for crowd younger than myself. But I still enjoyed the book and over all series.Published 19 days ago by Lindsey O
Mixed thoughts on this one. In previous books in the series, I found Dani a bit taxing as a character, mostly due to her age and immaturity. Read morePublished 22 days ago by ALR
4in true Moning fashion the author delivers a playful tease of who lives, who dies, who live again. Loved it...onto Burned!Published 24 days ago by Autumn Knight