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Shadowfever (Fever (Dell)) Audio CD – Audiobook, 30 Aug 2011

4.5 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Corporation; Unabridged edition (30 Aug. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781455828739
  • ISBN-13: 978-1455828739
  • ASIN: 1455828734
  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 4.4 x 14 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,035,469 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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'A wonderful dark fantasy...give yourself a treat and read outside the box' Charlaine Harris on DARKFEVER --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Shadowfever picks up right where Dreamfever left off, and for me there was no surprise at all to the discovery of the identity of the beast. From there we have a very different Mac to anything we've seen from her yet. And she has already changed a huge amount of the course of the series. Watching Mac grow up and develop from this very superficial 'barbie-girl' into someone who can kick ass, take the pain thrown her way and make the tough decisions she has to has been a fantastic journey. Likewise the world building has been some of my favourite. It's a dark, complex world with so many layers and so easy to get lost in. That hasn't changed for this final book.

Shadowfever is long, much longer than all the books before it. And while I never really felt like it was dragging as such, I do think it could have done with being a bit shorter. I think certain aspects were drawn out too far so that when they finally happened/were revealed, there was much less impact than there could have been. I was also a little surprised to find myself disappointed by the very last twist. Just something that got very suddenly tied up all neat and nice. It wasn't the biggest plot or anything, but it was just there then over and glossed over some at that. For the first time since Darkfever, where Mac's sunshiny, shallow personality grated on me, she irritated me again. It's late on in the book after one of many reveals and I just got very annoyed with her reaction and partly wanted her back to the Mac she'd been earlier in the book and also wishing the story would move on so I didn't need to put up with that Mac anymore. There were a couple other things I found myself a little bit disappointed with, but talking about them would be spoiler territory so I won't.
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This is a great series of books which I found hard to put down. I've read the first five and will review them collectively. The synopsis can be found elsewhere, but I really liked Mac (the female protagonist) and I thought the grief she experienced over losing her sister was complex and well executed. Her relationship with the men in her life was intriguing and all of the characters were written with both light and dark characteristics. The author sometimes wrote the POV in both past and present tense which I found a little odd, but the story line was so compelling that it wasn't a distraction. My only other niggle is that there were quite a few Americanisms (and I don't mean Dani O'Malley who was trying to emulate Mac) for example here in the UK we don't use the term 'candy bar' or celebrate Halloween in quite the same way as Americans do which indicates a lack of research by the author. However, I admit to being super fussy, so a four (and a half) star rating is praise indeed. Definitely worth a read!
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By Amy on 26 Feb. 2014
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Absolutely loved the Fever Series, and Shadowfever was without a doubt the best of the five. I was hooked from book one. I loved Mac, I liked seeing her grow as a character from a somewhat spoilt young girl in book one, to that of a driven young woman by book five. The relationship between Mac and Barrons was addictive, frustrating and all consuming at the same time! I couldn't get enough. Barrons, the mystery behind the man/beast... Not all of our questions were answered and to be honest I don't ever want them to be! I like the mystery and the intrigue and as a reader, by book five, like Mac I found I no longer needed all the answers. I am excited to see Mac and Barrons return in Burned, and I would never say no to finding out a bit more!

The plot throughout all five books of the Fever Series is so complex and detailed that even on the third reading I was still discovering things I had missed first time round. Some may find that frustrating but the fact that I have gone back to this series a few times tells me that this is something special.

I cannot wait to see some of the other characters explored further in the next three books. I have waited for ages for Iced to be released on Kindle but have given in and ordered the paperback now it is released.

I really cannot say in words how great this series is. It far exceeded my expectations, reading all five books back to back, I was well and truly hooked. I have read a few things since, and nothing can quite compare to this; I am a Fever Series addict and KMM has set the bar extremely high.
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Well the final book in Karen Moning's 'Fever Series' start off right were Dreamfever ended and Mac repeats history and finds a new deadly friend to help her find the book although for reasons other than the normal avenging her sister etc etc. I wouldn't go into it any further in case it soils your reading.
In the book we learn who Mac is and who she is not.
We learn Barron's secret - will Mac accept it?
We learn Dani's secret - what will Mac do with this piece of knowledge?
We learn who the real baddies are!
The book has many twists and turns but left me a bit unsatisfied- and I cannot work out why. Perhaps it is because it seems to take a long time to get to the end or perhaps because it left the book hanging in many aspects which I found frustrating.
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