Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning

Shadowfever2Book: Shadowfever

Series: Fever #5

Author: Karen Marie Moning

Format: Hardback

Page Count: 594

Published: Delacorte Press, 2011

Source: Local library

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It’s been now, twenty four hours since I finished this book. And one would think, with all my excitement to see how things were going to continue after the cliffhangers and how they were going to end, how much I wanted to devour it despite its size, and the much engaging plotline that filled every single page with a new surprise, it’d be easy to come up with a review. But no. Turns out, when you love and enjoy a book or a series as I did this one, you have a hard time conjuring the words to say how much.

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Dreamfever by Karen Marie Moning

DreamfeverBook: Dreamfever

Series: Fever #4

Author: Karen Marie Moning

Format: Hardback

Page Count: 400

Published: Delacorte Press, 2009

Source: Local library

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I wasn’t going to stop for a review, now that I’m onto the last book in this series and the whole notion of cliffhangers is my annoying enemy, but I realized I have to say something about this book and get my frustration out.

The fourth installment in the Fever series, Dreamfever started off a little bit different from the previous books. The last we seen our heroine Mac, she was captured by her archenemy and was forced to live through a horror that I wish for no woman. I don’t need to sum it all up for those who know the story anyway, and for those who don’t know, did I say before how much they’re missing out not reading this series? Well, a lot. So if you’ve stumbled upon this book somehow, and this review, for the love of all that is good and holy, go back to the first and start from the beginning and just read them! Can I use Voice? Do I dare?

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Book ~ Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning

DarkfeverBook: Darkfever

Series: Fever #1

Author: Karen Marie Moning

Format: Paperback

Page Count: 342

Published: Dell, 2008

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Talk about a good series-first book. It’s been a while since I was this immersed in a different world. I have a feeling this series is going to be one of the many I’ll follow diligently. A strange world with an interesting plot line based on myth? Check. A hero who’s peculiar yet irresistible? Check. A heroine who’s completely clueless yet unknowingly capable? Check. See where I’m going? This is the right path to an engaging series, I have to congratulate Karen Marie Moning. Many a friends have suggested these books and all I feel is regret that I haven’t listened to them earlier. But you know what they say, better late than never.

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