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It doesn't seem so certain after it becomes quite obvious that the vampires have zero wish to leave Morganville or when Amelie is ready to throw a party, a deadly one at that, in honor of her father. How can Claire keep her friends safe when she seems to be the only one NOT invited to the feast? This book is a turning point for the series.

For the first time we see Amelie and Oliver put aside their silly grievances and work towards a common goal, getting rid of a dangerous enemy. The usual risks are still there though. Amelie's view of what is an acceptable loss to succeed in the long run isn't the same as Claire's. For Amelie the loss of a few lives is just an afterthought if it means saving the town but Claire can't allow her friends and family to be the casualties of the vampires' war for survival.

It's obvious that Claire has grown up a lot. The change started in the previous book and was more semented in this one. She is becoming quite the badass. Shane was also much more mature in this one although he still fought over silly reasons.

Amelie's view of what is an acceptable loss to succeed in the long run isn't the same as Claire's.

For Amelie the loss of a few lives is just an afterthought if it means saving the town but Claire can't allow her friends and family to be the casualties of the vampires' war for survival.

It's obvious that Claire has grown up a lot. The change started in the previous book and was more semented in this one. She is becoming quite the badass. Shane was also much more mature in this one although he still fought over silly reasons.

The only one I was kind of annoyed with was Michael who is starting to grow more and more distant from his friends by keeping secrets and inadvertently hurting them. It's also nice to finally see the people of Morganville, humans and vampires, working together for once. I'm sure they will go back to "us against them" once the problem with Bishop Amelie's dad goes away but until then they kick ass. My only problem was with the freaking protection of the Glass House.

WHat the hell is up with that? It's just a huge continuity error. Who is the boy on the cover? Mary Prigge I always assumed it was Michael Glass: See all 5 questions about Feast of Fools….

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Feast of Fools

Sort order. Feb 14, Alkyoni rated it really liked it Shelves: Let me begin with the negative stuff because I really want to be done with it asap and then go on about how amazing this book was.

We get such an awesome plot and characters, would it be too much to ask for some consistency in the world building too? At first, vampires needed an invitation to enter the Glass House.

I get that. Then, the humans needed an invitation instead. I get that too. Also, I know that wr Ok. Okie, done with that. Now to the good stuff. It does make sense. Team Claire all the way.

I think that in the previous books, Claire was shinning through everybody else, but in this one the dynamics of the relationships change. She is no longer the baby of the house, not to big bro Michael, not to boyfriend Shane, not to best friend Eve.

She is their equal in every way that counts and she does a pretty good job protecting them from enemies and from themselves.

Here's my Claire with Shane btw What I love about this series is that you never know who the kids can safely consider as their friend or their foe, for the simple reason that there are no good and bad characters in Morganville. The previous books were both action packed and strong on the suspense element, but I loved what the writer did with this one.

There was an uneasy calm before the thunderstorm throughout the book. Like, you know that something awful is gonna happen and all you can do is wait to see who will go down first.

You get the meaning. Fix the consistency thing, Morganville! And do something about about those parents! View all 10 comments.

A vampire so bad that even the worst vampires in Morganville seem to be afraid of, one who claims to be Amelie's father. Who knew the Ice Queen actually had family that was even scarier than her? The vampire isn't alone. He has with him 2 extra vampires way too dangerous 4 Not All Parties Are Fun Stars After having to fight for their lives with crazy vampires and even crazier anti-vampire fanatics nothing should be able to scare our heroes anymore, until a strange vampire walks through their door.

He has with him 2 extra vampires way too dangerous on their own right and the female has sadly taken an unhealthy interest in Shane. But the worst is that they have Claire's parents with them and they bring grand news. They are moving to Morganville But Oliver and Amelie can handle them Can't they? It doesn't seem so certain after it becomes quite obvious that the vampires have zero wish to leave Morganville or when Amelie is ready to throw a party, a deadly one at that, in honor of her father.

How can Claire keep her friends safe when she seems to be the only one NOT invited to the feast? This book is a turning point for the series. For the first time we see Amelie and Oliver put aside their silly grievances and work towards a common goal, getting rid of a dangerous enemy. The usual risks are still there though. Amelie's view of what is an acceptable loss to succeed in the long run isn't the same as Claire's.

For Amelie the loss of a few lives is just an afterthought if it means saving the town but Claire can't allow her friends and family to be the casualties of the vampires' war for survival. It's obvious that Claire has grown up a lot. The change started in the previous book and was more semented in this one. She is becoming quite the badass.

Shane was also much more mature in this one although he still fought over silly reasons. The only one I was kind of annoyed with was Michael who is starting to grow more and more distant from his friends by keeping secrets and inadvertently hurting them.

It's also nice to finally see the people of Morganville, humans and vampires, working together for once. I'm sure they will go back to "us against them" once the problem with Bishop Amelie's dad goes away but until then they kick ass. My only problem was with the freaking protection of the Glass House.

WHat the hell is up with that? First Vampires couldn't enter without invitations because Michael was human. Then humans couldn't enter because Michael is a vampire. Now neither vamps nor humans can enter? Which would be fine with me, I would accept the explanation that since Claire, Eve and Shane live in the house along with Michael the vampire protection is for them.

But at odd times the protection seems not to be working. It comes and goes without any explanation. I did love the way the house threw Ysandre and Francois on their asses though. Wish mine would throw unwanted visitors out like this too. View 2 comments. He ended with, '-frothy fool-born apple-john! Cheater of vandals and defiler of dead dogs! Well Feast of Fools, definitely isn't a filler book. Although slow in the middle, it was probably the best one yet!

Do these just keep getting better? I loved every minute of this one. I think it's safe to say I love Myrnin more now, "Will you swear? I think it's safe to say I love Myrnin more now, and I know my love for him is going to keep growing. He's so incredibly scary, but fascinating, I think he's one of the most intriguing characters in this series so far.

Rachel Caine just keeps it coming. It's all constant, doesn't lack action; and is just incredible. Rachel Caine, manages to keep the back story up at the start of the book if people decide to just join in in the middle not that you would , or if you need a refresher of after an MV break.

So it doesn't lack information. She manages to make twists and turns through out, shocks, and cries.

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Swoons, and loves. Feast of Fools has it all, even a mega cliffhanger!

As I said at the beginning, this book isn't a filler. It's a continuance of an epically good vampire series, and one I've needed to read for a while now. I'm so glad that I am. I just want more and more. All my favourite characters return, and some of the non so favourite characters, but that's what makes the story great. The one big thing I loved about this book was the way every Morganville vampire came together in their time of need to try and overthrow Master Bishop unsuccessfully I might add.

Vampire nemesis like Amelie and Oliver come together for the sake of the town, and I love the strength that Caine showed us in this book. Bringing everyone together for the sake of the town and it's residents. Anyway, this book was great. That cliffy at the end was a killer! But, luckily for me, I had Lord of Misrule right at my side and ready to begin. And I've begun and I can't wait to get more, and more, and more!

Because there are, more, and more! Of course that's what I was thinking. Pretty sure the only character I really hated was Ysandre. The bitch needed to die a very painful death. So I approve of the holy water being dumped on her. Bitchy Monica was back but then she kind of became nicer at the end of the book.

Which most likely has to deal with the fact that she was basically sacrificed to Bishop and didn't die. But then saw a whole bunch of people die at this death ball that she attended. Claire still kind of made annoying choices that most likely put her life in danger.

But it's all good because she got Shane at the end, right?!? Other than that, I thought it was pretty cool that she could get the house to kick vampires out. Speaking of annoying, Claire's parents were exactly that and that is all I have to say about them.

Then there's the whole Michael thing and how Eve, Shane, and Claire all thought that he could magically protect him for the most powerful vampires ever You people are all dumb as shit if you think the youngest vampire ever made can take on some ancient piece of shit.

However, it all worked out for them since the vampires that didn't vow loyalty to Bishop fought him and his vampire henchmen at the ball. Oh, and they found out that Bishop's blood is the cure for all of the vampires in Morganville.

Then shit hit the fan even more at the end of this book when Amelie was stabbed, then healed, then came up with a plan to get Bishop and his vampire gang from hell out of the town.

Oh and Shane is just the biggest piece of human bait ever. Claire knows it.

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Amelie knows it. BUT does Shane know it?!?! I bet he does. Which mean humans are just so freaking stupid in this town. I get that I didn't like Shane earlier in the book I can't wait to read the next book.

Feast of Fools Summary & Study Guide

Feb 10, Arlene rated it really liked it Shelves: Feast of Fools is the fourth installment of the Morganville Vampire Series, and it was a bit slower placed than the first three books. However, it did deliver an explosive ending with a signature series cliffhanger. I like how their actions and loyalty toward each other remains consistent from book to book, and it was nice to see Shane begin to accept Michael as a vampire.

In this book, three Feast of Fools is the fourth installment of the Morganville Vampire Series, and it was a bit slower placed than the first three books.

As part of an ancient vampire ritual, they must host a feast for Bishop, but the true intentions of the vampire elite are not revealed until the final hours of the show. As with the other three books, I was kept riveted with the steady paced events and interested as new characters entered the scene and caused their fair share of havoc.

Regardless of this book being a little bit slower paced, it was fun to read and interesting to learn more about the vampire lore. Why did she give him the book!!!??? View all 41 comments. Mar 19, J. Elle rated it liked it. As these books continue, I find I am less and less concerned with what will happen to Morganville and its' inhabitants and more concerned with when Shane is going to break and finally "do" Claire.

Not that I condone that sort of thing, but it's a book and seriously, there is only so much tension you can build in a book before it starts to get repetitive. So, my unauthorized and likely, unwanted, opinion is, let it happen or kill Shane off. Finally, the other beef I have is that the reader is lef As these books continue, I find I am less and less concerned with what will happen to Morganville and its' inhabitants and more concerned with when Shane is going to break and finally "do" Claire.

Finally, the other beef I have is that the reader is left hanging at the end of every book. And it's significant enough that if you don't read the next book quickly enough, you lose the thread. But, for a vampire series, these aren't half bad. Find my review on the next book [in this seemingly never-ending series here: Lord of Misrule ]Get A Copy. Shane frequently struggles with his anger and has been known to cave in to his urges toward fighting and violence, which becomes especially problematic in Bite Club, although since then it appears that he is genuinely trying to change his behavior.

Up until shortly before her introduction in the series Hannah was a US Marine that was stationed in Afghanistan. This book is a turning point for the series. Honestly felt like most of the plot happened in the last two or three chapters and even then there wasn't too much overly exciting. Eve is described as being a tall and pretty girl.

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