Fever Moon (Graphic Novel)

Fever Moon (Graphic Novel)

by Karen Marie Moning, Al Rio, Cliff Richards

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An all-new Mac & Barrons story by #1 New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning, marvelously adapted into a graphic novel by writer David Lawrence and illustrator Al Rio

In Fever Moon, we meet the most ancient and deadly Unseelie ever created, the Fear Dorcha. For eons, he’s traveled worlds with the Unseelie king, leaving behind him a path of mutilation and destruction. Now he’s hunting Dublin, and no one Mac loves is safe.
Dublin is a war zone. The walls between humans and Fae are down. A third of the world’s population is dead and chaos reigns. Imprisoned over half a million years ago, the Unseelie are free and each one Mac meets is worse than the last. Human weapons don’t stand a chance against them.
With a blood moon hanging low over the city, something dark and sinister begins to hunt the streets of Temple Bar, choosing its victims by targeting those closest to Mac. Armed only with the Spear of Destiny and Jericho Barrons, she must face her most terrifying enemy yet.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780345536617
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 07/10/2012
Series: Fever Series
Sold by: Random House
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 287,834
File size: 86 MB
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About the Author

Karen Marie Moning is the New York Times bestselling author of the Fever series, featuring MacKayla Lane, and the award-winning Highlander series. She has a bachelor’s degree in society and law from Purdue University and is currently working on a new series set in the Fever world.
Illustrator Al Rio, Brazil-based, world-renowned as a “good-girl artist” with a classic style, has drawn such popular series as X-Men, Spider-Man, Star Wars, GEN¹³, DV8, and his own sexy supernatural project Exposure. Fever Moon was his last graphic novel before he died.
Also from Brazil, illustrator Cliff Richards has loved comic books since a young age and has worked for DC Comics, Dark Horse, and Marvel, among others. He also illustrated Pride and Prejudice and Zombies for Del Rey.
New York Times bestselling adaptor David Lawrence has written professionally since the ’80s, most recently with Patricia Briggs on the graphic novels Mercy Thompson: Homecoming, Moon Called, and Cry Wolf: An Alpha & Omega Novel. He lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Colorists Katrina Mae Hao and Rainier Beredo both live in the Philippines—Mae Hao in the City of San Fernando; Beredo in Batangas. Between them they have colored thousands of pages of graphic novels. Mae Hao also colored Kim Harrison’s Blood Work for Del Rey.
Inkers Al Rio, Julia Pinto, Joe Pimentel, and Dan Borgones. Pinto trained under Rio, while Pimentel and Borgones are considered top inkers in Brazil and the Philippines.
Letterer Zachary R. Matheny has lettered, colored, and designed hundreds of books for a variety of publishers—Del Rey’s Blood Work and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies among them. Matheny lives in Los Angeles, California.

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Fever Moon (Graphic Novel) 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 126 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Karen Moning has knocked it out of the park with this series. It is intense and full of passion & drama. Mac is a very strong yet somewhat girlie girl. She was funny and brought a lot of life to the book. Barrons, the mysterious man she falls upon, is secretive, seductive, and so intense you find yourself counting down the minutes until they actually hook up! He is McDreamy personafied with a dash of mystery!!!! He's blunt and shockingly powerful. There is a hidden danger about him that draws you in. But,the book itself isn't just love & lust. It actually has a story line to it that keeps you on your toes. Keep the books coming, karen!!!!!
MoningManiac More than 1 year ago
I was so excited to get this book! It's a graphic novel that takes place between the 4th and 5th books in the Fever Series (Dreamfever and Shadowfever). Absolutely love the fact that I now get to actually see what the Rhino Boys look like. I get to see Mac with her sister, Alina, Dani, Rowena, and Kat and the Abbey. I now know what the Hunters look like - they're a lot scarier than I had thought! If you're a KMM fan and/or a Fever Series fan, this is a MUST BUY! LOVE IT!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
FEVER MOON is a side story set after Shadowfever. I really did enjoy it very much. I have been a fan of comics and KMMs work so seeing both come together was a dream come true. The artwork is superb. Its dark and sexy. Sharp and mysertious just like all of KMMs work. Sure some of the characters were not like I saw them in my mind but that shouldnt take away from the awesomeness of this book. The story told was great; it could.have made a good book but i did love the way it was handled as a graphic novel. If comics arent really your thing you might have to take a few pages to really get into the swing of the book. The story is worth it. The art, i really cant express how much i loved the art. This is definitely a worthy addition to the Fever series. Regardless of whether you buy it in print or the digital version, its worth it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hate it when people write reviews, not based on the author, but on their problems with the e-reader they own! There is a place for those reviews and it isn't here! That said, this graphic novel brings life and vitality to Karen Moning's characters. Fans of the Fever Series wil be pleased! This graphic novel is beautifuly illustrated in living color and shows up great on the screen!!!! In Moning's intro, she writes that the ilustrator passed away before finishing the novel and that it was hard for her to let another artist finish. I hope this doesn't stop her from turning the rest of the series into graphic novels as well!
dmicheller More than 1 year ago
I love KMM and all the books in this series. I love the Graphic Novel. Fever Moon give you images to match the images in your mind from the Fever Series. LOVE LOVE LOVE Keep the books coming, KMM!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To the folks who were not aware this was a comic, you need to learn to read a description. Everytime a book like this comes out there are a few less than bright people who give it low ratings because they cannot read. I knew I was buying a graphic novel because both the author when publicizing and the description made it clear. Anyway I was mostly interested in the artwork which was awesome. The story was okay but the pictures made it worth it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have never ever even looked at a comic book, so I was skeptical about getting this, but I LOVE Karen Marie Moning so much, I knew it was worth the chance. She doesn't disappoint! I completely enjoyed this story, and now will have to get it in the hardcover version as well, to add to my Fever collection.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a comic book. Yes we all know that, but I still was wanting/expecting more. I love all of KMM's work, and I will patiently wait for her next BOOK. My problems with this comic are: 1. It cost $10 too much and 2. It was too short
booksonmynook More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. very well written. Finished it very quickly
Captain-Heather More than 1 year ago
The real reason behind buying a comic book is for the ART! The second reason is the story. The story is predictable if you have read the Fever series (I have) but I still really enjoyed this book. I loved looking at pictures of the characters brought to life, and they are very detailed. This is one of the better famous-author-series-meets-graphic-novel that I have read, the art is just exquisite. So don't buy this expecting some amazing story. Go in expecting to be visually entertained, and you will leave happy.
LucyLoo1 More than 1 year ago
I really didn't know what to expect having never read a graphic novel before. This was so much better then the comic book I thought I was getting! It's a beautiful hardcover with some amazing artwork. I want to frame every page! Top it off with two of my favorite KMM characters (Mac and Barrons) and an all new story and I am in heaven! This is a must for any KMM fan! How fun to see her story in 2D. Fever Moon is smart and sexy, just like Mac. My only question is when is the next graphic novel coming out? I'm a fan!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you enjoyed KMM'S fever series then you'll enjoy this fun "comic". I loved how it brought my visions in my head to life! It was a quick entertining thing. Keep in mind it is a picture book not an actual novel.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a beautifully illustrated graphic novel with the story set in the 'Fever' series. Looks great on my Nook tablet :)
Nan68 More than 1 year ago
I have been counting down the days to this release and I was not disappointed! Seeing the art on KMM's FB page doesn't compare to holding the book in your hands and I just loved the story. More Barrons makes me more happy:)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Karen is an amazing author and this graphic novel is the perfect snapshot of the characters for us readers who have obsessed over the series through the years. Recommend it be read after Shadowfever to prevent any spoilers.
ReginaR on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I am not a graphic novel reader. It isn¿t that I am opposed to them or I don¿t like them, I just tend to be less of a visual person and more into detailed story lines. But I am going to put my cards on the table here and admit something ¿ if Karen Marie Moning publishes it, I will read it and I will likely buy it at the first day release price. I may also buy the hardcover, the ebook and the audio version.The illustrations in Fever Moon are beautiful, detailed and worth examining for all fans of the Fever storyline. Like anything, the illustrations deviated what I had held in my mind and imagined to be Mac, Barrons, Dani, etc. I have to admit that I was bothered by what seemed to be the sexualization of Mac¿s rape. The images portrayed the scenes from Fae Fever in not so much a terrifying way but in a sexual way. Also, what the heck happened to Mac¿s boobs? Where they always that ginormous? And Dani was in no way an awkward teenager as described in the books, she is the opposite of awkward. I did not like these deviations. But oh well, I went with the story.Quite a bit of the story is filled with memory flashbacks or a retelling of the first four books in the Fever series. For most fans, I think they will enjoy seeing these key scenes brought to graphics. But this does amount to less of a new storyline being told. The story is interesting and it takes place before the conclusion of Shadowever but after the beginning of Shadowfever. So for those of you who have read the series, Mac knows what Barrons is. Mac and Barrons are on the search for the book but get sidetracked because a horrible thing is stalking people in Dublin. Once the story reaches the 1/2 way point, it becomes rushed and seems less developed. It does, however, come to a satisfying end (I would say of course, but we all know that KMM is the queen of unsatisfying ends!)So do I recommend this graphic novel? Well, if you are like me, I couldn¿t dissuade you from reading Fever Moon no matter how I reviewed it. I don¿t think Fever Moon adds anything truly new or amazing to the Fever Story, but it was nice to revisit my favorite characters. So yeah, if you are a fan then read it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nuff said
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Good volume. Might read the books.
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Lufbra More than 1 year ago
Good addition to the 'Fever' universe. If you are a die hard Karen Marie Moning fan this book might disappoint. It's too short and doesn't have wonderful, fluid writing KMM is known for but that doesn't mean it's a bad book. The novel stays true to the characters and the artwork is brilliant and the author strongly endorses it. The story is a stand alone adventure but it will seem familiar to any readers of the series. Mac and Barrons are well drawn and most of the support players are in here albeit in brief scenes. Also the book doesn't shy away from the more adult tone of the novels.
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