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Shadowfever: Fever Series Book 5 by [Moning, Karen Marie]
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Shadowfever: Fever Series Book 5 Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews
Book 5 of 10 in Fever (10 Book Series)

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This book concludes the series fantastically and in ways I could never have predicted. A phenomenal book! This really is a must-read urban fantasy series. (Carolyn Morgan BOOK CHICK CITY)

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This book concludes the series fantastically and in ways I could never have predicted. A phenomenal book! This really is a must-read urban fantasy series. -- Carolyn Morgan BOOK CHICK CITY 20111227

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5979 KB
  • Print Length: 689 pages
  • Publisher: Delacorte Press (18 Jan. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003EY7IRC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews
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What a finale!
I love this series. It has everything: Strong characters, a great plot with unexpected twists and turns. Every time you think you know, the story takes you totally by surprise!
I love the way the characters have evolved over the series; especially Mac, who is embracing her darker side and Barrons, who allows his human nature to shine through more often.
I also like the fact that the characters are all 'real' in a sense, that none of them is deep, dark black or purely white. They are not what they seem at first sight.
Great series and I will definitely be reading all the books in this series.
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I'll start by saying I adore this series. The whole Barrons and Mac relationship and all the other creatures that roam the streets. It's a brilliant world.

This one is almost like the culmination of the first four and you get answers to a lot of questions you may have had from reading the others but there are also things that don't get answered in here. Of course the series doesn't end with this one, it continues in "Iced" where we see things from Dani's POV.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Wow! Wow wow Wow! I loved this so much after reading it on Kindle I had to have the hardcopy of the first four/five books. Fantastic female lead, intrigue, humour, and a burgeoning love/hate story. Excellent book!
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I was eagerly waiting for the final instalment in the Fever series..and it did not disappoint. Karen Moning's dark urban fantasy world is so gripping i stayed late into the night finishing the books and was like a zombie for days after. Amazing character development, especially the heroine, Mac, as she discovers who she is in the final book. We find out about Barrons (finally!) and what motivated him to seek the Sinsar Duh. I won't give away any spoilers, but the ending met my expectations and resolved remaining issues. What a story! I feel in love with Moning's world, Dublin, the page-turning suspense and mystery and the great life lessons that Mac learns as she makes one mistake after the other. I wanted to throttle her and hug her at the same time, she was so real, so like normal people with their short-sightness, their insecurities, their suspicious side, that she had me on the edge from page one of the series, till the end of Shadowfever. Another amazing series goes to my all time favorites alongside Mead, Ward, Kenyon, Cole, Viehl and Singh, that I will read again and again.
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By Shopgood on 21 Jan. 2011
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I've been counting the days until this was released. The cliff hanger at the end of the previous book kept me awake at nights. So much so that I couldn't wait for the paperback and for the first time in ages bought the hardback. I don't think I've ever felt like that about a book before, and I've read a LOT of books in my time!

It's good. Very good. The most important plot lines are tied up, but there are enough left trailing to give me hope that another series of books is in the pipeline.

If you haven't read the first in this series, you must give it a go. This is an epic tale that will stay with you. And the best thing about it is that Moning has remained true to her characters right to the end. The description of Mac's grief was the most powerful thing that I've read in a long time, and the way the Barrons communicates his feelings to her was absolutely in keeping. You won't get cliches here. I love it.
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Format: Paperback
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Books4Reviews.)
This is the fifth and final book in the Fever Series, and picks up where book 4 - Dreamfever left off.
Mac is in the world within the silvers, and she has just killed a beast - who turns into a human who Mac is horrified to have killed.
Mac then eventually finds her way back to Dublin, and continues her battle against the Unseelie, and her quest to find and capture the Sinsar Dubh.

I really don't know what to say about this book other than `thank god it's over'. Reading it was like swimming through quicksand - tiring and pretty pointless. It's not even like the book was bad, it just dragged - painfully dragged. At times I wasn't even sure I could bring myself to keep reading I was so tired of it.
My speculation on the cliff hanger at the end of book 4 was proven right, although ultimately, due to the storyline, this event meant nothing anyway.
The only redeeming feature of this book was that Mac finally had consensual sex with Barrons! About time too! And it only took 1781 pages to get there (yes, I worked it out, I was that bored.)

Overall; this book just really didn't do it for me. The pace was too slow, and ultimately I really didn't care what happened to the characters, or if they completed their quest or not. I will definitely not be reading this series again.
5 out of 10.
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Format: Hardcover
I guess the end of a series rarely ever lives up to a readers expectations. Some of the elements added to the story, I liked. The resolution of why Barrons is so tortured was heart breaking and made his surliness much more understandable. However, Barrons and Mac together is why I read the series. The pages of this book that actually involve Barrons and Mac interacting are slim pickings. Barrons and Mac together didn't show up until a good ways into the book, and then their conflict was my least favorite plot device, "the big misunderstanding". But the endless, and I do mean endless, introspection from Mac was the main reason I gave it three stars. It was just too much. I'm seriously tempted to mark out the pages where Mac goes on and on and put in a succinct summary. It's like reading the thoughts of someone high on drugs. There were twists and turns to the plot, which is usually good, but there were too many for my liking. Too convoluted for my taste. The other books had a plot and went in a straight line for the most part. This one didn't. It was like every plot line Moning ever considered using for the last book was included. As the end of the series, it could have been better, but then again it could have been worse.
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