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Iced (Fever #6)

4.17 of 5 stars 4.17  ·  rating details  ·  19,213 ratings  ·  2,988 reviews
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning comes the first book in her hotly anticipated new urban paranormal trilogy, set in the world of her blockbuster Fever series.

The year is 1 AWC—After the Wall Crash. The Fae are free and hunting us. It’s a war zone out there, and no two days are alike. I’m Dani O’Malley, the chaos-filled streets of Dublin are my h...more
Hardcover, First Edition, 495 pages
Published October 30th 2012 by Delacorte Press (first published January 1st 2012)
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**My review ended up being a lot more long-winded than I'd expected, hence the main points are in bold.**

Iced was my #1 most anticipated release of 2012, and while it wasn't the biggest disappointment of the year, it comes close.

The beginning is extremely slow. I was excited about being back in KMM's Dublin, but the joy wore off after a while and I wasn't nearly as captivated by this as I was by Darkfever. Nothing seemed to be happening, the narration was dull, and I couldn't bring myself to ca...more
Mimi Smith
5 stars

7/5/2013 update: a part of Q&A with KMM

Q. Is Dani older in BURNED?

A1. Crimeny, is it really all about sex?

Q. Yes. Now answer my question.

A2. Although Dani is 14 at the beginning of BURNED, she does mature by the end of the book. Someone asked if she would be 17. I said possibly.

Q. Will we get anyone else’s POV in BURNED?

A. Yes. Among others, Mac is back! Which means JZB is, too (but don’t expect his POV, LOL.) To those of you who insisted Mac and Barrons would never have let Dublin
Litchick (is stuck in the 19th century)

How I felt about Ryo before reading this:

How I feel about Ryo now:

How I felt about Christian before reading this:

How I feel about Christian now:

I knew about the pedos going into this. It did not prepare me for the pedos in this. These are not alpha males. These are a bunch of creepy, rapey sociopaths. Their thoughts and insinuations towards the FOURTEEN YEAR OLD female lead were disgusting. Their words and actions towards the FOURTEEN YEAR OLD female lead were deplorable.

And you know what reall...more
Anzu The Great Destroyer
This review contains lots of fucks, shits, angry gifs and spoilers. Consider yourself warned.

Hey you! Fever fan! Over here. Hey, wanna know how my Friday night went? You do? It was fucking horrible. You wanna know why? You do? Because I’ve read Iced on Friday night, AND IT RUINED MY FUCKING LIFE. Good times, no?

I’ve been waiting for Iced to be out for a year. I could not believe my eyes when I saw that KMM will continue the Fever series. I mean. Fever. ZOMG. Me loves Fever.

And then Dani happened...more
Dec 04, 2013 Tatiana rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: those who are not bothered by glamorizing of pedophiles
As seen on The Readventurer

What is the quickest way to make your intended sexy book absolutely, irrevocably, totally unsexy? Karen Marie Moning has the answer for you - just have your "heroes" act like abusive pedophiles, who love perving all over a scrawny, barely 14-year old girl, have them tell dick jokes around her, crawl into her bed when she is unconscious, lick her and wax poetically about her panties, sexualize this underage girl in every which way, and voila! - your book becomes revolti...more
This is not really a review but more of a reaction. Let me be clear, I love how Karen Marie Moning (from here on out referred to as KMM because Karen Marie Moning is simply too long to keep writing) writes. I enjoy the way she crafts characters and the world she builds. KMM is able to write characters that even when I don't like them, I want to keep reading. And that happened with Iced. I wasn't invested in the story, I was mildly bored by the storyline but I still felt compelled to keep going....more
Aug 27, 2011 Lora marked it as to-read
Shelves: own-unread

I know how that baby feels. I really want this book.

Update: It has a cover! Damn, I love it.
Emily May
So... here it is. The much-anticipated spin-off of the Fever series told from the point of view of Dani O'Malley and carried on from almost exactly the point where Shadowfever finishes. I have to say, as much as I wanted this to be good, I'm actually surprised by how much I enjoyed the story and how much higher my opinion is of Dani after finishing it. I've read a few reviews from disappointed goodreaders but - apart from one standout issue - I thankfully do not share a lot of the concerns float...more
While I knew I should have never gotten so excited about a book before reading it I just coudn't help doing exactly that. I adored the fever series so much that the possibility of getting anything else from that world had me going crazy. Probably the main reason for my disappointement.

I was just SO SURE the heroine would grow on me now that she was getting her own book...

I never really liked Dani and after reading this book I still don't. She is barely a girl, not heroine material. She is shal...more
Stacia (the 2010 club)
Ignore what I said last night. Sleep is a myth. I will now continue anyway. There are a few minor plot spoilers, but most of my discussion is about character reactions to Dani, so know that there will be a few small spoilers going into this review if you haven't read Iced. If you haven't at least read the Fever series, I'd say to tread with extreme caution.
Death on her left.
Devil on her right.

...and so begins the first chapter in the story of Dani O'Malley's life.

I was one of the people who w...more
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
Posted on Under the Covers

If you haven’t read the first five books of the Fever series, I strongly suggest you reconsider starting with this book. It’s not a spin-off. ICED is book 6 of the series. The events of ICED occur after some events in SHADOWFEVER. In ICED, you will encounter spoilers that will spoil the first five books, so you’ve been warned.

Readers say goodbye to Mac and Barrons (for now) and are introduced to the World of the Mega. Dani O’Malley is her name and don’t you forget it! S...more
♡Karlyn P♡

Really enjoyed it, KMM never fails to entertain me. What an imagination! Dani was a riot too, I loved her despite her only being 14 y/o. (It's not a YA book though, she's just a young character very much in an adult world.)

I had some strong issues about Dani's age and the romantic/sexual references made toward her, but the core story was solid good.

Dani at 14: A girl or a woman?

Something is randomly icing areas around Dublin (and further out), and there doesn't appear to be anyway to trac...more
Laura Wright
KMM is a fecking genius and that is all.
I'm so happy to go back to this world. I don't want to put up any spoilers. Hope you all love it as much as me.

I'm so excited that she is continuing the Fever series!!!! 5 more books, yippee!! I 'd love to read more about Ryodan.

TEASER 1--- From Karen Marie Moning FB page
Four nights he’s come to me, murmuring my name, making it an exquisite melody with which not even the divine orchestral choir of all the angels in heaven could compete.

He chimes my name in the language of the Unseelie and it...more

First read Oct 2012

See Sophia and I discuss how feck we felt and what the feck we think at Fiction Vixen Book Reviews

I was afraid I wouldn't like Dani because her voice in the previous books was just short of annoying. I loved her. It didn't take long for her to grow on me.

Love Christian. He made me laugh even if he is bat shit crazy.

(view spoiler)...more
Hayden Casey
Jul 10, 2012 Hayden Casey marked it as want-plz
I have to wait until October for this?!

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Okay, I finally went through and gathered my thoughts, from when I first read it, and from discussing it throughout the past year+ with friends.

I've put off writing this review, or even rating this book, since I first read it in 2012. You have to understand where I'm coming from, the Fever series was something I spent FIVE long years reading, rereading, speculating, discussing, and waiting for the completion. And it was beautiful, perfect...EPIC. I loved it. Even now that it's finished it remain...more
Lisa (Fic Talk)





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UPDATE: a teaser for ICED was posted on FB on 1/17/12 on KMM's page.

UPDATE UPDATE WE HAVE A COVER! Definitely and eye-catcher!

Teasers, people!

ICED: Teaser 1

Oh sheet!

ICED: Teaser 2

Oh mah gad!

ICED: Teaser 3


ICED: Teaser 4 (basically)

A little suspect here. Is Ryodan sa...more
Lisa O.

Faux-pas, Moning.

The third star joined the other two at the very end, thanks to the action and the slightly improved plot but, if you're expecting anything even remotely reminiscent of the Fever series, drop this book now.
This is a detective story, and a very simplistic one at that. The plot felt similar to one I would expect to find in a novella, to be honest. Something's happening in Dublin and our heroes have to investigate. We're eons away from the complicated, gripping and downright e...more
Final rating: ★★/★★★★★

This is so not awesome. Really.
This book has failed my expectations T_T....I expected so much more.., AND i certainly did expect more Mac and Barrons :D BUT NO! They did appear, but only in (view spoiler).

Never mind that, except for the characters, i really loved the plot of the book, especially the ending, and i really hope Moning wont disappoint me as much as she did with this one. I mean, all of her books were coo...more
Review posted: Happily Ever After - Reads

I don’t even know where to start with this one. I went into this book liking Dani, intrigued by Ryodan and curious as to what Karen Marie Moning could do to continue this Fever world that’s so engaging. She ended up blowing me away and I couldn’t put it down. I wasn’t expecting to laugh so much, the world is still so interesting but the big star and heart of Iced is Dani. I went from like to love with this fourteen year old heroine and she is fan-fecking-...more
4.5 Stars

After finding out Iced centered on Dani, Mac’s fourteen-year old sidhe-seer friend, I did not plan on reading it. I changed my mind after Jenny @ Supernatural Snark forced convinced me to pick it up, and I was instantly hooked. I'm shocked at how much I ended up loving this story. I mean, come on, it's an adult story centered on a fourteen year old! Color me surprised.

This story picks up after the events of Shadowfever. Cruce is imprisoned under The Abbey, Mac found out Dani’s part in...more
Jen (Red Hot Books)
It cannot be denied. Karen Marie Moning can build a world like no other Urban Fantasy author I have ever read. She completely reels me in. Captivates me. Enthralls me. Makes me go without sleep to find out what happens next. She did it with her original five Fever books and she has done it again here, with her first Dani O'Malley spinoff.

To be fair, it's not exactly a spinoff at all. It's not narrated by Mac, but otherwise, this book is 100% Fever. The tone is the same. The feel. It's gritty and...more
Vika aka ♔ of GIF & Grumpy Smut-ateer *P/T Freebie Fairy

*hahaha... see my update all the way at the end of Review

10+++ Pedobears Rating

KMM you Fabulous, FABULOUS WOMAN you did it again... Except you did something very different here that got half of people grabbing their pitchforks.



As weird as the whole age thing is here KMM toted the line so finely and YET remained deeply rooted in awesome, intriguing and just plain FECKING COOL (to quote Dani).

In true KMM fashion, she develops so many brilliant characters and situations that you are on constant e...more
Elizabeth (Liz)
3 Less Than Stellar Stars!

I'm truly not feeling inspired to write this. I don't know that I would consider anything I've written to be a spoiler, but, if that concerns you, feel free to skip on to the next review:)

First, I'll say that I don't know what all the fuss was about over Dani being fourteen in this book. Nothing happened between her and Ryodan or her and Christian. Not that it should have, obviously, nor did I expect that it would. I guess everyone has to decide what bothers them, what...more
A somewhat ranty and spoiler filled review

I don't know how I feel about Iced, I had so many mixed feelings about it — there were parts I loved and parts I absolutely loathed. I didn't know if I should rate it 2 stars for how much it pissed me off/creeped me out or 4 stars for how highly entertained I was, so I just settled on a 3 star rating. The 3 star rating is mostly down to how much I enjoyed Dani's perspective. What I didn't enjoy was the love interests (bar Dancer) - I was less than impres...more
OK, Dani and Ryodan? *can't find words to describe the happiness*

I'm just worried that I won't like the stand alone Dani book, I never was her fan. As in: NEVER. The way she speaks... Hmmm. I so hope it will turn out great and awesome instead of awkward and prolonged death of an amazing series.

Yey. Can't wait! >.<

Are you freaking kidding me Mrs Moning?! There was supposed to be no cliff hangers here! No cliff hangers is NO cliff hangers!! How can one believe an author after thi...more
Mags~CVAddikt~Your shock-wave whisper has sealed your fate
It's been months since I read ICED ...... now I can finally say I'm disappointed about some aspects of the book. If I ignore the fact that Dani is 14 years old .... then the book deserves 4 stars. I can't ignore the crazy Christian and alpha Ryo lusting for Dani... so the book deserves 2 stars. BUT I'm a huge fan of KMM and I liked the character Dancer, so ..... I'm giving it 3 stars.

Will I read the next one??? YES .... I need to see how KMM is going to solve this age-romance issues.


****Spoilers free review****

First of all, I would like to say that KMM is one of my favorite author. I LOVE both her Highlander and Fever series, and was really anxious to read Iced, but unfortunately as far as I'm concerned, with Iced she did NOT deliver.

Why was I disappointed?

Firstly, because despite what KMM assured to her fans Iced IS a YA book with a 14 years old MC. I liked Dani in the Fever series, she was a colorful kid. I still liked her for the first 3/4 of the book but after that I j...more
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Karen Marie Moning (rhymes with 'awning') is a # 1 New York Times bestselling author of 15 novels, including the RITA award-winning Highlander novels and the internationally bestselling urban fantasy "Fever" series. Her books have been published in nearly 40 languages, and her events draw fans from all over the world.

Moning graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor's degree in Society and...more
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