Last week I wrote that I wasn’t going to continue the Fever Series retrospective and that was true.. After Faefever, I thought it would
be better to just review the remaining books with MacKayla’s story because the only way I could dive deeper into it is if I gave away the important parts.
“Why did you do the retrospective if you weren’t going to do all of it?” I hear you ask. Well think of it this is way, if the Fever Series is a large pie on the window sill then the retrospective is the aroma transforming into a finger that beckons you towards it.
Dreamfever is surely a very delicious piece of pie as you follow MacKayla after the events that occurs in Faefever. Clawing her way back from the incident (that you really have to read Faefever to find out) she begins to see the world around her shatter as the battle for our world begins to bubble its way into the streets of Dublin. She finds herself tangled in the lies of the men she once called her allies.
Oh man this book, it is enough to make you OD on pleasure. The pacing and the interaction between characters is brilliant. I guarantee that once you close Faefever you will be opening Dreamfever right away and you will not put it down, wanting to find out what happens in every chapter. It is simply another masterpiece from Moning and a stroke of genius ending Faefever in the way she did. The character arc for Barons just keeps getting stronger and stronger but if I could nip pick something about Dreamfever it would be what happens two or three chapters in. I understand that it had to happen but at the same time we waited so long for it to happen and for it to happen in the way that it did kind of doesn’t sit right with me. And if you don’t know what I’m talking about go read Faefever and then Dreamfever! Nevertheless the book was an excellent read another great continuation to the story and almost the end of MacKayla’s story. Next week we dig deeper into the shadows with the final book Shadowfever.
Also, I still don’t like Rowena, someone needs to do something about her, she needs to be locked up or tied to a Fae Hunter or something, like seriously.
Kennie is the first half of The Torch Entertainment Guide. It was her idea to start an off-world resource to help newcomers to Second Life, the project that later evolved into the website you see today.
She loves books and virtual reality, she also has a rather unhealthy love for the future pop band, Mind.In.a.Box.