Review: High Voltage


Immortal Faerie and ancient feuds, secrets and sacrifices—a thrilling new chapter in the bestselling Fever series begins, featuring Dani, Ryodan, and other beloved characters, as they battle to save Dublin from the rising of a terrifying evil determined to enslave the human race.
There is no action without consequence.

Dani O’Malley was nine years old when the delusional, sadistic Rowena transformed her into a ruthless killer. Years later, Dani is tough and hardened, yet achingly vulnerable and fiercely compassionate, living alone by her own exacting code. Despite the scars on her body, and driven by deeper ones carved into her soul, no one is more committed to protecting Dublin. By day she ensures the safety of those she rescues, by night she hunts evil, dispensing justice swiftly and without mercy, determined to give to those she cares for the peace she has never known.  

There is no power without price.

When the Faerie Queen used the dangerously powerful Song of Making to heal the world from the damage done by the Hoar Frost King, catastrophic magic seeped deep into the earth, giving rise to horrifying, unforeseen consequences—and now deadly enemies plot in the darkness, preparing to enslave the human race and unleash an ancient reign of Hell on Earth.

There is no future without sacrifice.

With the lethal, immortal Ryodan at her side, armed with the epic Sword of Light, Dani once again battles to save the world, but her past comes back to haunt her with a vengeance, demanding an unspeakable price for the power she needs to save the human race. And no one—not even Ryodan, who would move the very stars for her—can save her this time.


Warning! Mild spoilers below.



I have been eagerly waiting for High Voltage ever since I finished Feversong!

Another fabulous installment in the Fever series!

It was everything I needed it to be.

High Voltage is the tenth book in the series and it’s the first installment that marks a new start point for our characters especially Dani. In the previous installment, the Song of Making healed the world but new threats like dangerous creatures that want to end the human race are appearing as a result. Dani’s special powers have become stronger since the Song of Making was sung and is showing signs of change. What’s worse is Ryodan, Mac and Barrons have disappeared since then. Dani’s been protecting Dublin but despite that she still feels alone. Luckily, Ryodan soon comes back and while Dani still mourns for Dancer, is still conflicted about her feelings for Ryodan. After leaving Dani for a couple of years so she can find herself, Ryodan gives Dani the space she doesn’t even know she needs.  However, Ryodan is also finally ready to begin a relationship with the woman he has waited for his entire life.

Overall, High Voltage was everything I have waited for and its a ride through the roller coaster! Karen Marie Moning lets us get to know Dani as never before and we also learn more about Ryodan and The Nine. Readers who want epic love stories, immense world building, and true connections to the characters will love this book. Though be sure not to finish High Voltage too quickly because it’ll be another long year before we get to read the next installment to this series. Other than that, I hope fans enjoy Dani and Ryodan’s story!




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