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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Thats all I can say about this 3rd installment in the Fever books. I love this series. A little romance but mainly suspense and intrigue. Many more questions were answered in this book but not enough and I suppose my only complaint would be the major cliff hanger at the end. Now I will have to wait for the fourth book to be published hopefully sometime in 2009 to find out what happens to Mac (and others). It will be a long wait!
I loved the Highland books, very spicy, and each book had an conclusion. I am enjoying these books but the endings leave me empty because there is none! You have to go to the next book and the next, so on. I prefer a good ending so I don't feel left hanging. Also there is so much erotic tension between the characters at least in the Highlander they would consummate their relationship in each book. I'm at the end of the third book and still allot of tension and no consummation. The books are getting very frustrating and I don't know if the next book has even been published. I'm not sure if I'll read any more of the Fever books it seams that it will go on and on with more frustration.
Whoever sold Ms. Moning on the episode format for her "Fever" books did a disservice to her usual good writing. This is part of a book, not a whole book. Be prepared for too many rehashing reminders of plot threads from previous books, and a very irritating cliffhanger that dumps the reader in the middle of the climax. This format is better left for television, wherein an audience does not have to wait months to find out what happened.
There are some books which are just not very good when they are in audiobook form. This is one of them. I really enjoyed the book when I read it, but I began by listening, and it was just wrong. I don't know why. I love my audiobooks, but not for this author or perhaps it is the narrator that makes a book fail as an book to listen to.
Still, it is a good book, but one which, I feel, needs to be read.
After reading the first 2 I couldn't wait for this one..It was really good!! Only problem is...she REALLY leaves you hanging in the end...can't wait to see what happens!!!!
Ugh...the ending. LOL Left me hanging, it did. Now I can't wait for DREAMFEVER. It took a few tries to get into this series after the Highlander books. But once I did, I was hooked!!!!! Wonderful series. You really have to listen to them. No skipping, or blowing over. You'll never know when you'll miss a really important point. :-)
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.
As far as sequels go, I feel this book let me down. Only two or three new details were revealed, and after waiting almost a year for this installment, that was hardly enough. And then to end the story the way it did was terrible! I don't want to give away any spoilers to those who are fans of the series, but I didn't think this book was nearly as good as the first two. I'll be interested to see how others review it.
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.
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