Book review: Feversong

FeversongFeversong by Karen Marie Moning

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Song: Lifehouse – You And Me

“Good and evil didn’t exist, there was only power and choice. Power went where you willed it, wrong or right, dark or light.”

Whatever good thing I can say about this wonderful conclusion to a series I came to love, it wouldn’t be enough. Not nearly. It was everything I wanted it to be and more. Everything, and I do mean everything, was handled just Right. My emotions were all over the place, ranging from soaring joy to an overwhelming sadness. I was clutching a fist to my heart and holding my breath, that’s how affected I was and how involved. I tip my hat to miss Moning for weaving her magic so thorougly over me and I can honestly say that whatever comes next – I’m in.

“Fire to his ice.
Frost to my flame.
Forever.”

I dare you to not feel this book!

Over and out

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