Soon after arriving in Ireland, Mac is spending the evening in a local pub when she sees an inhumanly beautiful man. As she stares, her vision starts to change and she sees a man in decay with a foul odor, who she terms the Gray Man, preying on a victim. No one else notices the sight except an elderly woman who startles her by hitting her in the head and telling her not to stare because that jeopardizes them all. Days later Mac visits a local store by the name of Barrons Books and Baubles where she meets a mysterious man by the name of Jerricho Z. He also teaches Mac that she is a sidhe-seer, as was her sister. Mac comes to believe that her sister was killed by a former Fae, who calls himself the Lord Master, who was using her in his search for the Sinsar Dubh pronounced shee-sa-du , a Dark Hallow authored by the Dark King of the Unseelie, and which is said to hold all the deadliest magic in its pages.
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The first book was good. The second book was great. This third book was holyeffinbatmanfreakinamazing!! What were we talking about? Oh yeah, Faefever. First off, let me say - Best first four words of a book ever! Those four words sent my mind reeling.
I really thought I knew exactly what she meant and I thought for sure I knew what it meant, and is that really what it is? I know, I know. Just add a few "like"s or "and um"s in there and I would have sounded like Miley Cyrus.
Barrons just oozes sensuality. See, Barrons represents everything we women have been trying to train out of men for the past hundred years. The restless masculinity, randomly throwing women against a wall, expecting a woman to do as you say just because you asked her to, stalking, interrogating. I hate KMM! I hate her for making me love someone I should hate. I hate her for not giving me exactly what I want. I hate her for ending her books the way she does and for giving me goosebumps at said ending.
So I have composed a horrifically cheesetastic poem about Barrons and Mac inspired by okay directly ripped off from the poem in the film. I hate that he never ever laughs and the way he reads her mind. I hate how the Sinsar Duhb makes her sick, and how it makes her lose time. I hate the way he only calls her Mac when he thinks she gonna die.
My review for the first book, Darkfever. Spoiler FREE. For the second book, Bloodfever. Spoiler Alert!!! The fourth book, Dreamfever. The fifth and final book, Shadowfever.
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