[PDF / Epub] ★ Shadowfever (Fever, #5) By Karen Marie Moning – Ivogue.co.uk

Shadowfever (Fever, #5) Evil Is A Completely Different Creature, Mac Evil Is Bad That Believes It S Good MacKayla Lane Was Just A Child When She And Her Sister, Alina, Were Given Up For Adoption And Banished From Ireland Forever Twenty Years Later, Alina Is Dead And Mac Has Returned To The Country That Expelled Them To Hunt Her Sister S Murderer But After Discovering That She Descends From A Bloodline Both Gifted And Cursed, Mac Is Plunged Into A Secret History An Ancient Conflict Between Humans And Immortals Who Have Lived Concealed Among Us For Thousands Of Years.What Follows Is A Shocking Chain Of Events With Devastating Consequences, And Now Mac Struggles To Cope With Grief While Continuing Her Mission To Acquire And Control The Sinsar Dubh A Book Of Dark, Forbidden Magic Scribed By The Mythical Unseelie King, Containing The Power To Create And Destroy Worlds.In An Epic Battle Between Humans And Fae, The Hunter Becomes The Hunted When The Sinsar Dubh Turns On Mac And Begins Mowing A Deadly Path Through Those She Loves.Who Can She Turn To Who Can She Trust Who Is The Woman Haunting Her Dreams More Important, Who Is Mac Herself And What Is The Destiny She Glimpses In The Black And Crimson Designs Of An Ancient Tarot Card From The Luxury Of The Lord Master S Penthouse To The Sordid Depths Of An Unseelie Nightclub, From The Erotic Bed Of Her Lover To The Terrifying Bed Of The Unseelie King, Mac S Journey Will Force Her To Face The Truth Of Her Exile, And To Make A Choice That Will Either Save The World Or Destroy It.


10 thoughts on “Shadowfever (Fever, #5)

  1. says:

    Usually when reviewing a book, it s possible to give away a few minor plot points, in order to discuss the theme and intentions of the author, without actually spoiling anything in the book With Shadowfever, however, pretty much discussing anything is a spoiler In fact, admitting the existence of the book is actually a spoiler.I can t even really discuss what characters feature in this story because that, too, would be a spoiler This review has absolutely no spoilers in the main part Down bel Usually when reviewing a book, it s possible to give away a few minor plot points, in order to discuss the theme and intentions of the author, without actually spoiling anything in the book With Shadowfever, however, pretty much discussing anything is a spoiler In fact, admitting the existence of the book is actually a spoiler.I can t even really discuss what characters feature in this story because that, too, would be a spoiler This review has absolutely no spoilers in the main part Down below, if you scroll to the very bottom of the page, you will see some comments and thoughts of mine that contain spoilers but they are well marked and easily avoided.My best chance for providing a spoiler free review for you is to just describe my general feel of the book This is really the easiest way for me to do that.Reading this book was like that sce...


  2. says:

    I read this book back in early March March And I left one of those little notes saying that I was going to compile my thoughts and would be back soon to write a review Well, um, it seems it took me a bit longer than I thought possible to get over everything I experienced with this series Truth be told, I m still reeling from it.Unlike a good few other readers, I di...


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    Update 12 22 2014I still think it s agreat story and I still think the first part needed some trimming too much recapping and too much horny angst.NO SPOILERS I wouldn t do this to you But there might be some in comments OMG What an exciting ride it has been And how satisfying So much depended on the quality of this last installment and, thank goodness, Moning didn t disappoint Shadowfever is not one of those series finales that you want to forget ever reading Quite the opposite There Update 12 22 2014I still think it s agreat story and I still think the first part needed some trimming too much recapping and too much horny angst.NO SPOILERS I wouldn t do this to you But there might be some in comments OMG What an exciting ride it has been And how satisfying So much depended on the quality of this last installment and, thank goodness, Moning didn t disappoint Shadowfever is not one of those series finales that you want to forget ever reading Quite the opposite There is a lot to be said about benefits of series outlining I strongly believe that a series with no pre planning has almost no chance of succeeding We are lucky Moning knows her stuff.This last installme...


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    Basically, every single one of these books makes me want to break into song and dance They got the UNSEELIE oooooooout Shoulder Chin Shoulder, shoulder, shoulder DOUBLE DREAM HANDS There may be minor spoilers in this review They are mainly just spoilers about the general feeling of the end result, definitely not about any specifics or plot twists I don t think it s any big spoiler to say that by the end of this book, the Unseelie are mostly wiped out of Dublin Most people probably ass Basically, every single on...


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    I cannot believe it s over I am still stunned by all the information we were given, all the revelationsIt is so much to process.Yet, I revel in every thought and feeling that assaults my body, and trust me, there are many Absolutely Astonishing Breathtaking.Mind bending.Heart wrenching.I was right I was wrong I was stupefied I wantI need .I must read it again Slowly Savoring every bit over and over My chest hurts, my brain spins, and all I wan...


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I know a lot of friend readers and bloggers adored this book, and I completely understand and respect that Usually every book I read has at least some issues that are, to a varying degree, overlookable The tragedy happens when the flaws for the reader overpower the attractions, and sadly, this is what happened for me with Shadowfever Warning, SPOILERS Here is the truth This book drove me BANANAS with the endless paragraphs of questions Shadowfever did NOT need to be the length that it was I know a lot of friend readers and bloggers adored this book, and I com...


  7. says:

    Well after that marathon reading session I am exhausted.Started the first book about a week ago and could not stop It was intriguing I loved it and I usually do not read fantasy, paranormal, call it what you will Bloody hell, Ms Lane, you drive me bloody fucking crazy I THOUGHT I D LOST EVERYTHING.HOW IGNORANT I WAS.HE WARNED ME.I HAD SO MUCH MORE TO LOSE.I WANT TO DIE.This review will be mostly visual Some people bring out the worst in you, others bring out the best, and then there are t Well after that marathon reading session I am exhausted.Started the first book about a week ago and could not stop It was intriguing I loved it and I usually do not read fantasy, paranormal...


  8. says:

    I ve fucking done it I ve re read this series and reviewed all of them in some semblance of a calm and rational manner But this fucking book Where do I go from here What do I read What is this world we live in It fucking SUCKS compared to the one I just left I haven t seen my friends or...


  9. says:

    Have you got THE FEVER KMM s Fever series has been the talk of GR town for the past two months My interest was first piqued back in December I d been going about my daily business here on GoodReads by which I mean I was stalking everyone I know , when up pops an update relating to something called a Barrons I ignored it.But then up pops another And another AND ANOTHER This went on for about 90 minutes.My curiosity got the better of me WHAT is a Barrons and WHY is everyone ta Have you got THE FEVER KMM s Fever series has been the talk of GR town for the past two months My interest was first piqued back in December I d been going about my daily business here on GoodReads by which I mean I was stalking everyone I know , when up pops an update relating to something called a Barrons I ignored it.But then up pops another And another AND ANOTHER This went on for about 90 minutes.My curiosit...


  10. says:

    This isof an opinion of the Fever series as a whole, but most of my thoughts evolved after reading Shadowfever One of the biggest series to hit the Paranormal, Romance, and I guess the Urban Fantasy genre is Karen Marie Moning s Fever series I ve enjoyed Karen s book in the past since they were straight up romance with larger than life heroes Lusty Scots who reminded me of Jamie from the Outlander series Och and the heroines who think they re lacking in redeeming qualities, but are ad This isof an opinion of the Fever series as a whole, but most of my thoughts evolved after reading Shadowfever One of the biggest series to hit the Paranormal, Romance, and I guess the Urban Fantasy genre is Karen Marie Moning s Fever series I ve enjoyed Karen s book in the past since they were straight up romance with larger than life heroes Lu...