I give this book five stars. Does Bloodfever deserve these five stars? I have no idea. All I know is that this series is horribly addicting.I'm flying through this series right now, and I can't exactly recall what this one was about. I can tell a few things about these books as whole though.Karen Marie Moning is a terrible person. No really. She is the absolute master of cliffhangers. She doesn't even save them for the end of the book; she implements them at the end of chapters too. She keeps driving you forward, without ever bothering to answer some of the questions she raises. You can't put these books down when you started them. The Fever series takes you in a headlock, and drags you away to this wonderful Dublin.Because Ms Moning has created one of the most interesting and terrifyingly beautiful world I've encountered in urban fantasy. There's just something with Irish mythology that I find so fascinating. It combines the supernatural with beauty, yet at the same time with darkness. Ms Moning is a queen in bringing these ancient traditions into the 21th century, weaving their mythical creatures into modern society.Somehow, these books are just damn catchy. If you haven't tried them yet, you should. Come join the Fever!