Bloodfever: Fever Series Book 2 [Karen Marie Moning] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER I used to be. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER I used to be your average, everyday girl but all that changed one night in Dublin when I saw my first Fae, and got dragged into. Bloodfever is the second part of the Fever urban fantasy series by Karen Marie Moning. It starts immediately after the end of Darkfever and it makes virtually no.
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The fact that she is not technically related to them doesn’t mean that they are no longer her family. Gotta break a few eggs to make an omelet, right? As far bloovfever I am concerned he is a jackass. This series seems to be way more story-driven than romance or character driven. See 2 questions about Bloodfever….
Other books in this series. The writing is, as always, stylish and immersive. All these questions keep running through my mind – What if the series isn’t as good as I remember?
For centuries the shadowy realm of the Fae has coexisted with that of humans.
So far it’s been exceeding my expectations and I hope it will continue doing so. If only the story was different. Original second re-read thoughts: Mac tells the story of her journey in first person, moniny it gets carried away a bit on introspect and the series in whole has a major over abundance of world building. Because, you know, you are one.
Mac is beginning to undergo a through mental and physical transformation. The author’s knack for karn small amounts of information at a time, interspersed amongst the action, leads to a captivating experience. Bloorfever tries to be the voice of reason, only God knows why, and it actually comes across as completely moronic.
What surprises me is how Mac has managed to remain alive despite being inconceivably stupid. Won’t we all love to get more insight on this brooding, dangerous, antagonizing character of all times. Karen Marie Moning is a genius. We get to know Mac much better and I like her quite a bit.
Bloodfever (Fever #2) by Karen Marie Moning (2 star ratings)
Did nothing to further alone the story and if based on this book alone, I would stop reading the series. You omning her to a beach and let her see her sister: In the first half of the book only one interesting thing happens: Where are those hungry Unseelie? Where to begin with the disappointment?
Jan 15, Natasha Polis rated it really liked monjng. Like she herself says, she is no one’s puppet, which cannot be said for many heroes or heroines in fantasy novels. Oooooh that was pretty disgusting, I love it! Sep 09, Kelly H. This book didn’t gave me the answers I wanted so I still want to know a lot of things but there is still so many books so I’m fine and I will read the next one very very soon.
Archived from the original on 29 June So many of my friends love this series, and there were elements in that first book that were good, so I’m willing to give this second one a try But right now, unless my reading buddy group dragged me or persuaded me with arguments too powerful to resist, I am NOT getting Book 3 or any other book in the series.
He’s enigmatic, he’s complex, he’s nothing you’ve ever seen and at the same time he’s simple. Book ratings by Goodreads.
I might have been suffering a dearth of hope but I had a few things left: Do not test me, jackass. Read reviews of other books by this author Find out more about this series or read an excerpt from this book at the author’s website. Everyone knows that when you are kids, you pretend the floor is covered in HOT LAVA, and that is why moninf jump from beds to dressers to couches to tables, etc The plot is getting edgier, kxren dramatic and intense.
Alright yeah, you win on said ridiculous situations but a homeless man once growled in my face when I visited San Francisco….
Bloodfever | Karen Marie Moning
So here is the deal, I enjoy the book and would love it if it was cleaner. They’re just devices to pepper in more mystery and pseudo discovery – Oh, Malluce isn’t really who we thought. I think this is the moment when he sees her. Lots of love, Jo.
Second Read – November Honorary vampire mention goes once again to Malluche, who has a much larger role to play in this book than anyone could suspect after Darkfever. Mwrie don’t get the high ratings.
I looked into what happens later in the series and none of it sounds very promising.
She’s a fancy sidhe-seer now, she doesn’t need to worry about some pesky humans.