In Faefever, Karen Marie Moning returns to the shadowy Dublin Otherworld in an undeniably sexy novel her fans are feverish for.
Changed by the choices she made in order to survive, Mac no longer is the naïve, idealistic, and glamorous girl newly arrived in Dublin. Now, on a quest to find her sister's killer, she is a major player in a deadly game, but with one great advantage: she knows how to find the one thing Fae and human alike are willing to kill for - the Sinsar Dubh, an ancient book of magic so dark it corrupts anyone who touches it.
What Mac soon discovers, however, is worse than she had imagined. Surrounded by treachery, her enemies indistinguishable from her allies, she can be certain of only one thing - as All Hallows' Eve approaches, her time is running out.
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I felt like most of this book was just rehashing was had happened in the last two books. There was far too much looking back and not enough of a look forward, not enough movement in this one. I feel like this series of 5 could have been done in 3 books and therefore, think it's pretty unsatisfying overall. Still don't care much for the main character, but really interested in the male characters. I will continue to see how it all turns out.
I am addicted to the "Fever" series. I want more. All of the books so far are very entertaining. A lot of action. Definately worth your credit.
Perfect summertime reading, this book (and all three books in the series so far) has it all: an innocent young heroine; dangerous men; fast cars; a whole lot of dark magick; and a cast of characters and clans with competing interests and hidden agendas. All of these elements come together in a breathless race against time, with the existence of humanity on the line. It's a fascinating story in the hands of gifted storyteller Karen Marie Monning, and it all plays out like a roller coaster ride. Read the so-called "Fever" series if for no other reason than to meet the enigmatic Jericho Barrons, who is one of the most interesting characters in recent memory: sort of a more experienced and less emo Edward Cullen for grown-up women.
I've now read or listened to all three books in this series as well as all of the Author's other books. I still think this series has potential, but this particular book does very little to move the story forward. If it were made into a movie, it could be done very nicely in five scenes or fewer. Way too much unnecessary stuff in here. Don't bother. If you like this Author, read the Immortal Highlander (my favorite!) or one of the other highlander series books, also available on Audible. Also, the narrator (who I usually like) uses an annoyingly phony sounding southern accent.
The relationships between the characters are the same dynamic and don't grow or have changed from book one. It's redundant and boring. I will give #4 a try only because the series started off with great potential.
I love listening to audiobooks while being forced to adult. Laundry is my nemesis but I have discovered a way to help battle the tedium.
Even knowing the story, I'm desperate for the next book! I have to wait til my next credit. I may start reading them again just to tide me over.
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