The battle has finally begun in the concluding book in Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series. Mac is ready to make a stand, to find out what really happened to her sister, and to once and for all get her questions answered. Or will she? Karen Marie Moning is not afraid to leave readers dangling a bit in this race to the finish.
The book starts off with a bang, a surprise death that leaves you reeling about what it could mean. And the story only intensifies from there.
Truly, I dare not spoil this book for anyone. There is a lot to discover, even as if the book’s major downfall is its length. Sometimes I could not help wondering if Karen Marie Moning could have cut a few things here or there in order to create a tighter and even more intense storyline for Mac, Dani, Barrons, and the other characters that have become an integral part of this magic Dublin. There are some great cameos from past Karen Marie Moning characters that will make you smile but truly the heart of the book lies with Mac as she finally comes to terms with all that has happened in her world, all that has changed.
Shadowfever is a conclusion you will not want to miss if you have been reading this series from the beginning. The details, the fleshed out characters, and the death-defying moments will pull you in and make you race for the end of the book.