Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Book Review: Bloodfever
Book 2 in the Fever/Mackayla Lane series
AUTHOR: Karen Marie Moning
GENRE: Urban fantsy, faeries, mystery
PREMISE: Mac's life is still in chaos even after the setback to the Lord Master. New problems are popping up and she STILL doesn't know if she can trust Barrons...or anyone for that matter...
MY REVIEW: I still have issues with some of the things in this series but like Sookie Stackhouse it's addicting enough that I find myself not caring. I can't help it, I'm really curious to see how all this plays out. I'm DYING to know what Barrons' deal is because I literally have no idea and will not be satisfied till I find out.
So again, like the first book, there are issues in it. It jumps around quite a bit, sometimes I'm not clear one what's going on, it's also...a little harlequin romance/bodice ripper-ish at times. But there's something about it that makes me not care and want to continue reading despite the flaws. So I still reccomend urban fantasy fans to at least check it out from the library if they're interested. Others may not be as interested.
WHO SHOULD READ: urban fantasy fans, faerie fans, True Blood fans (it's more similar to the show then the Sookie books if that makes sense...)
MY RATING: Three and a half out of Five tattoos
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