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    Faefever

    A must read
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    I Want More!!!

    Holy cow!! It just got really real for Mac in this one. I don't think I saw a single thing coming. Mac is still trying to figure out who is good and who is only in the game for their own selfish interests, but the waters are just getting muddier. V'Lane is as weird as ever, and Barons continues to be an enigma. We learn a lot more about each of them, but it only seems to make the more confusing! I can't wait to finally figure them out. Throw in a few crazy sidhe-seers to just make things fun - oh, and don't forget the druids - and we have ourselves quite a tale. It may seem like there is far too much going on here, but Moning has introduced the players in a way that we've really come to know them all quite well - or at least as well as we're going to right now. The war is on hand. Unseelie are still flooding the city, and the Dark Zones are expanding. Mac feels like it's her against the world. A world that we learn a lot more about - finally!! It was so good to learn a little more about the Fae history and why the book is so important. It really hits home why everyone is after it. An incredible addition to the series - the ending will just totally blow your mind. I'm glad the next book is already out. If I had to wait too long to read it, I'd probably go insane.
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    Faefever

    Moning returns readers to her fae-riddled Dublin with the same vivid writing that we’ve come to know and love her for. I enjoyed getting back with the characters that we’ve previously met. By the end of this novel I felt as if I really knew Mac. I did find that this novel had a bit of a different feel from the first two of the series. There was a great deal of information that was important to the novel, but there were also times where I was simply a little bored. The V’lane-Mac-Barrons triangle was a key component to this novel, but I felt as if it was just going around and around in circles. At the same time, I feel as if I now understand V’lane better. His actions and reactions have taken on a new meaning for me. This novel was well and vividly written, definitely bringing Moning’s world to life. The details were important to the overall plot of the series. Unfortunately I couldn’t fully get into this novel. That said, I have a feeling that this was the perfect setup for the next novel to take off from and I can’t wait to see what happens.
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    Good read

    A must read if you like fantasy and monsters this is the book you
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