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High Voltage (Fever) Mass Market Paperback – July 24, 2018
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I’ve seen mixed reviews for this novel and frankly it’s unfathomable! My Dani and Ryodan cravings have been barely satisfied! But IT WAS EVERYTHING!! Ryodan is a man of steel, but in true natures form of forcing magnets together, we see a side of the mystery, the man who would burn worlds down for our girl!
I CAN’T GET ENOUGH!!!!
Questions are answered.
Characters are challenged.
They battle on.
And the future is bright.
The Fever is still strong in this one!
I'm just going to start off by saying I'm biased. I love KMM. Completely. Totally. I find her writing style to be thought provoking and with a depth that few authors can achieve. If you're already a fan of the Fever Series and are just checking in to see if High Voltage is worth it? Does it live up to expectations? All I can say is-yes it is and it most definitely surpasses all expectations. I won't be leaving any spoilers. To do so would ruin the journey.
For those of you new to the Fever Series, I will say that more so than any other book in the series this one could possibly stand alone. However, I would recommend starting at the beginning. There is just so much life to see lived on the pages that will enrich every inch of your reading experience. I guarantee it's well worth your time.
KMM's writing is an absolute masterpiece with life lessons for us all. Every new book, every new chapter, it always leaves me with a profound feeling of awe. Karen's understanding of the human struggle, this epic adventure of life, and the brilliant way that her prose highlights all of the different facets in between is nothing short of a masterpiece. Bravo!
So, to be honest, and probably raked over the coals, I didn't really like Dani...or Ryo for that matter. I was a Mac and Barrons fan all the way...to be fair, still am...but...
...and there it is, the "but." Guys, get the book. Read it. Read it again. Be ready for the fastest ride yet, because when we were told this is the end of Dani's story arc, Karen wasn't kidding. We had 10 books, granted Dani was in a few, but 10 books of Mac and Barrons...High Voltage felt like 10 books in the same package, but with a promise of more stories...
So there you go, that's my review...this is the first time I have ever been able to write one because I knew I could do it without giving anything away...read this book, xx
I have read the entire series. Thinking it couldn’t get better but it did. She is able to transport you, you are the book, the characters, the story.
It’s not a cliff hanger but you know it will continue. I can hardly wait.
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Personally, I think it pairs well with Feversong, because whilst FS was the culmination of various plot threads that had been established in the earlier books, it was also very much about Mac accepting the many facets of her own character.
HV expands on this idea by moving the heftier story elements to the background and delving into the forces that drive Dani. She is logical and guarded, she has been conditioned to compartmentalise her own thoughts and feelings, she has suffered abuses and loss beyond imagination, she has an exacting eye and a lust for life. She’s always been a character that I’ve viewed in contradictions. One moment she is zipping around Dublin without a care in the world, her emotions pouring out of her and the next moment she is shut off from everyone around her. After HV, I think I finally understand her and why it had to be this tenth book in the series where things clicked into place for me.
Some may think that there is a little bit of deus ex machina at play, towards the end of the book, but Dani has been through her fair share of suffering and sacrifice in order for the ending to be the exact type of ending that the book should have had.
This was a story about growing up, family, love and belonging. It was a story about grasping on to the things that you want in life, but also seeking and owning the things that you have to work hard for - the things you have to earn the right to deserve, where the pay-off is so much sweeter. And finally, it was a story about finding your match, mate, the other part of your soul and having to work on understanding and loving yourself to perfect clarity so that those two pieces could finally fit together without the fissures that were there before.
This was not the book I was expecting, but I’m so damn happy that it was the book I got.
Dani deserve better, Ryodan deserve better, we deserve better.
A poor conclusion , a story devoid of essence, a complete disappointment.