Oh my! I'm a tangle of emotions again here. I love these books and I hate, HATE this end!!! Every now and then(and this is every month) when I want to read something intense that delights, fascinates, scares and makes me think or cry I end up re-reading some parts of The Fever Series. I re-read favourite parts from all five books but mostly from [b:Shadowfever|7304203|Shadowfever (Fever, #5)|Karen Marie Moning|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1320474645s/7304203.jpg|6967072] and [b:Dreamfever|6050298|Dreamfever (Fever, #4)|Karen Marie Moning|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1320402953s/6050298.jpg|6225943]. And by now I know some passages from these books by heart. I'd never given much thought why [b:Faefever|2702704|Faefever (Fever, #3)|Karen Marie Moning|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1320544757s/2702704.jpg|2728068] is the most neglected by me (except the Druid Voice training scenes and the MacHalo scene). Well, now I know. It's the darkest book in the series.It starts dark, gets darker and the end is horrific, fascinating(not in a good way), masterful and a HUGE fecking cliffhanger. And WTF?! Is this really necessary?Oh well I guess it is. Because we must feel what Mac feels and what these Princes feel. All this graphic details fills me with rage but the way it was written it's a masterpiece. The book earns every single of its five stars again. And did I mention that I hate the end? :) I had never re-readed it before so basically it's like I'm reading it for the first time. The emotions are so strong again. And it's great that I can continue with [b:Dreamfever|6050298|Dreamfever (Fever, #4)|Karen Marie Moning|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1320402953s/6050298.jpg|6225943] immediately. It was great before an year ago when I was reading this book for the first time and it's even amazing now! Otherwise I'm going to get NUTS!