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Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning
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Dec 25, 2011

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Read from December 25 to 27, 2011

I picked this up because it was on sale and the author had been recommended to me previously. I was warned that this series is a little slow to start, and you need to give it a few books in before you make a decision on whether you want to continue with it or not. Now I know why. This book had a lot of action, but very little of it WENT anywhere. The story is about a young girl who's older sister is murdered while studying abroad in Dublin, Ireland. The younger girl then travels to the city where her sister was murdered to find the killer. But instead she finds a world full of fairy folk - Fae - that definitely aren't like the fairies in children's books! The narrator (the young girl) can be a little annoying at times...she relays the ignorant confidence of a 22 year old really well - so well that it made me feel a little old and irritated with her at the ripe old age of 29. :) The series is supposed to be kind of "racy" but I didn't think this book was particularly so. I'll continue reading these to see if the series improves as I've been told it does.

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