Not a continuation of Mac's story - but a beginning to a new obsession,
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This review is from: Iced (Fever Novels) (Mass Market Paperback)
After finishing the Fever series, I intended to wait at least 6 months before reading this one - I managed a week and bought it in paperback (why isn't it on kindle in the UK? - Had it been on kindle I probably would have bought it 48 hours after finishing Shadowfever - That 'Buy It Now' button should be outlawed).
There's a lot of subtext in ICED. Yes, 80% is told through the eyes of 14 y/o Dani, and at times - her POV can be frustratingly naive. The way she views a post-apocalytpic Dublin is very different to Mac's - and if you're looking for the same Mac/Barron's experience - you won't find it between these pages. That's not necessarily a bad thing though.
There are a handful of other POV's thrown in, which manages to liven up and broaden the depth of ICED.
Having walked the path with Mac; we know Dani is going to undergo a similar metamorphasis but right now we're witnessing teenage-angst Dani. Think Pink-Mac - and then imagine what KMM can do with angsty-Dani...
It's going to be fantastic, and I'm honoured to be swept up and taken along for the ride.
(As cliffhangers go, the one ICED finishes on is lightweight; don't let the threat of a cliffhanger put you off reading).