Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning
Series: Fever #5
Published by Dell Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal
Reviewed by Miranda
When MacKayla Lane traveled to Dublin to solve the mystery surrounding her sister Alina’s death she never anticipated the trouble she would find. Mac’s world has been tipped on its axis. The wall between her world and the immortal world has fallen and the Sinsar Dubh is trying to conquer the universe. Mac is trying to discover who or what she really is and save the world. It seems everyone has a different opinion about Mac and her role in the prophecies surrounding the Sinsar Dubh. The only thing she truly knows is that she loves Jericho Barrens.
Mac’s path is riddled with pain and suffering. The Sinsar Dubh wants Mac and it’s willing to take those she loves to force her hand. Who will Mac turn to in her ultimate hour of need? The battle between humans and Fae wages on while Mac tries to figure out how to stop the Sinsar Dubh. There are many players in this life and death battle. Who will survive the final battle between good and evil?
Be prepared to experience a multitude of emotions when you crack the pages of Shadowfever. Shadowfever is the culmination of one massive story. I highly recommend that the Fever series be read in order. Stumbling in on the last book will leave you lost in this otherworldly drama.
I have waited a long time to read Shadowfever the finale of a series that I have been so fond of. I find myself a little apprehensive to begin because once I start I know the end will be near. To those who have yet to read Shadowfever let me start by saying that I was stunned upon learning how the cliffhanger in Dreamfever turned out. I don’t want to give any details besides saying that I think the things that happen are necessary for Mac to grow into who she is supposed to become. The shocks keep coming throughout Shadowfever I cannot tell you how many times I thought holy cow that cannot be true. I truly don’t want to give anything away so I will just say that I thoroughly enjoyed the way that Shadowfever played out. I’m happy with the path that Mac chose and hope to read about her again in the future.
Karen Marie Moning’s monumental Shadowfever propels the reader into another world with hot headed heroines and genuine heroes whose passion echoes their determination to protect the world from destruction.