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Shadowfever: Fever Series Book 5 Kindle Edition
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It was wrapped up very well and left me very satisfied as a reader. Shadowfever was full of surprises, I didn't see any of it coming. There were a lot of minor characters from the previous books that you find out actually played bigger roles than you thought in the grand scheme of things, and the ending well I never would have expected it. So many lies and secrets surface in this book making it a thrilling and engaging read.
After reading the Fever series I have become a huge fan of Moning and will pretty much pick up anything she writes. I am so glad to know she will be writing two more books to the series later on. Right now I'm excited to read her new trilogy coming out Fever World which will be a spin off of Fever with some key characters such as Dani, Christian, and Ryodan. But I will anxiously be waiting for the sixth and seventh book to the Fever series which wont be coming out for a few very long years because I would love nothing more then to dive back into the lives of Mac and Barrons.
If you haven't picked up this series yet ...what are you waiting for?
Shadowfever picks up where Dreamfever left off...Mac finds out who the nine foot savage beast really is and is thrown in agony. She vows to keep focus and have only one drive: To restore the world to the way it once was. She has no heart, no emotion, and its coldness in that bottomless lake in her mind which buoys her, gives her strength. Meanwhile, the book keeps up the pace with sensual innuendos between her and V'Lane and (and really heats up with someone else!)there are scenes where there are bare bodies and one can not take it how clever and creative Moning's writings are. You get sucked right into the Fever world quite easily.
As mentioned in my Dreamfever review, I like when its in Mac's POV and I am glad Shadowfever stuck with her telling the story...95% of the time. I think Dani comes in twice. Also, at this time Mac has hooked up with Darroc to learn more about her sister and the one who killed her. The book took me on so many quests and turns I couldn't keep my head from spinning. At one point, Mac believes she is not human but one of the stones created (for, from?) the book, then she believes she is the book, then she the final punch- she believes she is the Unseelie King himself. I truly didn't blame her because she does have incredible powers and she can walk through the Silvers-mirrors without dying.
So now, the mystery guy she killed in Dreamfever, come to find out...surprise! He can not be killed. She gives herself to him and that scene just ignites th epages, it is so hot I have to close the book sometimes and sigh, goodness.
So without telling what happens in the end, I will say this: Mac finds out what she is, she finds her sister's murder too, and a couple of people wiill either die or disappear. We kind of sort of find out what Barrons nature is and he has a little surprise stored benath the store. This book will be number one for me this year. Good job, Moning!
Quote nugget: "Open me Mackayla, embrace me. Use me for good out of love. How could a thing given from love, be bad? You said it yourself- it is the intension that defines the action"(Shadowfever: 2011, p. 605 by Karen Marie Moning)