Publish date: July 6th 2011
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Pages no: 877
Edition language: English
Series: Fever (#5)
4.5 stars for all the twists and turns and sheer unputdownability of this last book in the M+J saga. Glad that references to “Deep South” and ridiculous generalizations about today’s generation were kept to a minimum. Not so glad they were replaced with inaccurate and ridiculous references to feelin...
I'm so glad this isn't actually the last book in the series. There are still too many open questions and holes that need to be filled! If it was the last book though, I think KMM did a fantastic job of closing the Sinsar Dubh's chapter (or is it?). She kept me guessing the whole damn time, and I did...
For you visual learners, what it feels like to read this series Even though I never rated an individual book 5 stars, I think these 5 first books deserve a 5 star rating. It was engrossing and addicting, even when it was going off the rails. The endless and what turned out to be pointless tange...
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.5 Stars!This book is absolutely amazing! If you have not yet read this series, please do yourself a huge favor and start reading the first book, Darkfever, right away. This series MUST be read in order. Don't even think about picking up Shadow...
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