Published by Dell, Random House Genres: Urban Fantasy
Source: Amazon, Purchased
REVIEW: The Fever series is one of those series that no matter the time between releases, and the number of books being released the plot, the characters and the world building keeps getting better and better.
High Voltage brings a lot to the table, we go back to enjoying these characters that have given us one of the best and most exhilarating adventures and back to the characters that have also branded our hearts. This time around, Moning isn’t subtle about the way she brings these characters together, I don’t think she has never been subtle but this time around these characters and their story is told in a whole different way.
We no longer see defiance from Dani, we find more acceptance, we find the same courage but with a level of maturity that we haven’t seen before. Roydan is perhaps the character we see the most change. We have known forever he loves Dani, and that she means something to him in many ways, but at not point readers knew the depth of his emotions and love or even how his emotions for Dani came to be.
Moning does a fantastic job developing this story, even more so how it all plays out and how Dani & Roydan finally end up in each other’s arms. While the fight against the dark fae isn’t over, the fight between Dani & Roydan is finally put to rest. We have finally experience Dani’s greatness and her power. We have finally come to witness the love, the perseverance and the patient that Roydan always showed when it came to Dani and the reasons behind it.
This was a fantastic story and one that finally answers so many questions. It wasn’t a perfect story by any mean, but it was the story I think most Moning fans were looking to have.
Do I recommend this book? YES YES YES
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