I want to be Jericho Barrons when I grow up.

Feverborn: A Fever Novel - Karen Marie Moning

I know that I might be repeating myself, but I can’t help it. I simply adored the first five books in the Fever series. Shadowfever was one of the best finales I’ve read, until it suddenly wasn’t a finale and Karen Marie Moning announced that there would be even more books in this world. I was ecstatic, because that meant more Barrons!

Iced was awful, though. I try to always stay objectionable, but honestly it was just awful. I almost quit, until people convinced me to keep reading and I found out that Mac would be the main character again, and hopefully that meant that we wouldn’t have to read Dani’s warped childhood anymore.

To say that Burned was a step up is putting it mildly. I actually enjoyed the series again. It wasn’t the magic that I thought the first five books were, but it was reminiscent and it made me hopeful. It meant that when Feverborn was released I was actually excited for it. I couldn’t wait to read.

I was overjoyed when Feverborn was even better than Burned! It was funny, and fast paced. It even made me cry! Jada has really grown on me, and I know that there are even better things to come with her. There was a shocking twist with Mac that I never saw coming, and I have no idea where it’s going to go or how it happened. And that cliffhanger! I’ll tell you what Karen Marie Moning always got right, torturing us oh so sweetly, are spectacular cliffhangers! I’m even more excited for the next book!

I don’t want to say too much, because I don’t want to give anything away. I’ll just leave it with this: Bring it on KMM! I’m ready for you!

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