Sunday, May 1, 2011

Book Review of 'Shadowfever' by Karen Marie Moning


Shadowfever was written by Karen Marie Moning and published by Delacorte Press in 2011. You may purchase this book at www.amazon.com
MacKayla Lane has come to Dublin to search for her sister’s murderer. In this final book of the Fever series, Mac finds out more than she could have ever imagined when she set out on her journey. This young bartender from Georgia--southern belle to the core--has become an Unseelie’s worst nightmare. She is no longer the blond, pink-wearing, Southern Belle that landed in Dublin. She is now a killer. She has learned so much about the Fae, yet she has so much more to learn. She has also learned how to harness her abilities and use them for their intended purpose.
This final chapter of Karen Marie Moning’s, Fever series will answer all of your questions, but not before giving you an entire new set of questions that will need to be answered. This book kept me on edge from the very beginning until the very end. Ms Moning keeps you in your comfort zone just long enough to throw you a curve ball you never saw coming. The twists and turns take you for a thrill ride all over Dublin, through the Silvers and through all the places you fear most. It definitely does not leave you unsatisfied. I was very pleased with the way this story has unfolded, from the first page of the first book through the last page of this one.
Shadowfever gets 5 spiders from me! (Did you really expect anything less??) and I’m recommending it to any fan of Moning’s and to those of you who have not previously read her work. This one is a winner!!!
SB Price

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