logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code

Dreamfever (Fever, #4) - Community Reviews back

by Karen Marie Moning
sort by language
Burgundy
Burgundy rated it 8 years ago
[Spoilers from book 4 are hidden.] I will be so glad when I finish this series. These books are addictive in a super evil way.If you let a random clueless spoiled girl solve a murder case, you would get the Fever series. Five books, with each novel containing approximately 1000 questions, no researc...
A Bookworm Confessions
A Bookworm Confessions rated it 8 years ago
***review soon
Romance Reader (and Writer)
Romance Reader (and Writer) rated it 8 years ago
Ugh, before i didnt mind with the cliffhanger endings but this one's killing me...I need to find out what happened!?!?!
Nostalgia's for Geeks
Nostalgia's for Geeks rated it 8 years ago
That cliffhanger was just cruel.
PamGodwin
PamGodwin rated it 8 years ago
Book 4 in the Fever series makes the previous books seem like a long noisy hawking of the throat before KMM could begin to heave the gut of the story you've been waiting for. A reminder that each book is a single thread tightly intertwined to form one comprehensive narrative. After the hairy cliffha...
MichCummings
MichCummings rated it 9 years ago
Even knowing how the cliffhanger at the end of this book resolves, it is still a gutwrenching read.
Nicole Reads
Nicole Reads rated it 9 years ago
I... I have no words. I think this one is the most intense book YET.
The Great Destroyer
The Great Destroyer rated it 9 years ago
O ye of little faith … you didn’t even try.The perfect song for Dreamfever has to be Powerless by Linkin Park. Go ahead and listen to it while reading my review. It’s worth it.If I was mad at the end of Faefever, then I can’t even begin to express my feelings about the ending of Dreamfever. Saying ...
Much About Books
Much About Books rated it 9 years ago
Wow... very difficult to read, and yet more difficult not to! It's like apples and oranges to compare KMM's Highlander series to the Fever series - purposely done by the author, IMO. It's easier for me to love the Highlander series, because it's not so in-your-face... not quite so hopeless. It's mor...
tradermare
tradermare rated it 9 years ago
This book was a welcome respite from the intensity of Faefever. Very clever developments in Mac and Barrons relationship, guaranteed to shake things up as much as the book, the UK, and the sleezy V'lane. I have to say that I love the complexity of this series.
Need help?