Reviews ~ FEVER series #1-5 by Karen Marie Moning

FEVER series #1 – 5

Karen Marie Moning


MacKayla Lane’s life is good. She has great friends, a decent job, and a car that breaks down only every other week or so. In other words, she’s your perfectly ordinary twenty-first-century woman.

Or so she thinks… until something extraordinary happens.

When her sister is murdered, leaving a single clue to her death–a cryptic message on Mac’s cell phone–Mac journeys to Ireland in search of answers. The quest to find her sister’s killer draws her into a shadowy realm where nothing is as it seems, where good and evil wear the same treacherously seductive mask. She is soon faced with an even greater challenge: staying alive long enough to learn how to handle a power she had no idea she possessed–a gift that allows her to see beyond the world of man, into the dangerous realm of the Fae…


Dark Fever, #1

I promised my friend that I’d read through book 3 before I decide if I’ll all read 5 books.  So, I’m keeping my promise.


Bloodfever, #2

What the feck is Jericho Barrons??

QUESTIONS and ANSWERS were flying all over the place. The more answers we were given the more questions it created! I’m thankful that at the end of the book Mac’s journal was provided with her glossary terms. Hard to believe that only three months have passed since Mac received a phone message from her sister that turned her life upside down.

A bloodfever – as in I wanted blood, spilled for my sister. Spilled by my hand.


Faefever, #3

**4.5 Stay to the Lights stars**

Three powerful and dangerous men need Mac:
Lord Master
All three of these men want the same thing; Sinsar Dubh. Mac is the MVP because she can feel, hunt, and find the Sinsar Dubh. Her value to them is irreplaceable so they keep her alive as she searches for the one thing they all want.

I’m still plagued with this question-> What the feck is Jericho Barrons?? Mac ask V’lane, “What is Barrons? Human, or something else?” Of course, V’lane never answered.

A new character is introduced in this book; Dani. I agree with Mac that ‘I like Dani.’ She’s one tough teenager and I look forward to her books (#6-8).


Dreamfever, #4

**4.5 Dream stars***

Dreamfever is broken into 3 parts. Mac is still on her journey for answers. Each time she gets close to finding answers something happens to keep her from getting those answers.

“Who are you?”
“I am no one.”

I am Mac and I am back!
Face what is out there and become stronger for them.

I was the hall and the hall was me.
I was all possibles and it was the most terrifying feeling I’ve ever felt.

Holy cliffhangers!


Shadowfever, #5

5 stars are awarded to Jericho Barrons! Mr. Alpha makes the story!

The information overload in SHADOWFEVER has my head spinning. Mac’s quest on finding answers reveals more than she ever wanted to know. Those revelations have left me still trying to comprehend everything we’ve learned.


(originally read & reviewed {Goodreads} in 2013)

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6 thoughts on “Reviews ~ FEVER series #1-5 by Karen Marie Moning

  1. I’m so happy you’ve read and loved this series! I’ve been a fan since day one! Barrons is truly my ultimate anti-hero. My college age daughter and I were so into these books we made McHalos and went trick or treating my nieces and nephews. We also hit all the pubs and went to Trinity College last year in Dublin. We have to talk! 🙂

  2. Iced? Yes, and I loved it. It was originally the first book of a trilogy all about Danni, but moving the story forward. Then KMM was going to finish the saga with a duet with MacKayla. That never happened. I really would like to know what you think of Iced. After you read it, I would really love to discuss it with you. It was a turning point for KMM and a good portion of her fans.

    1. Yep, Iced. 🙂 I’ll look into getting it. Since it’s been so long since I’ve read these 5 books it will be strange to read it. I wonder if I’ll need to reread the series first before starting Iced. I remember Dani was so young in the Fever series.
      Yes, I’ll let you know when I work it into my schedule to read because I’d love to talk about it with you too.

      1. I would re-read them if it has been awhile. Iced picks up the timeline almost immediately but it’s written very differently and originally it was the first book of a spinoff series. Let me know if you want to do a buddy read at some point. It’s been too long for me also before I jump into the final book.

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