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The Fever Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBIn this impossible to put down panic attack of a novel, a small town high school becomes the breeding ground for a mysterious illnessDeenie Nash is a diligent student with a close knit family her brother Eli is a hockey star, and her father is a popular teacher But when Deenie s best friend is struck by a terrifying, unexplained seizure in class, the Nashes seeming stability dissolves into chaos As rumors of a hazardous outbreak spread through school, and hysteria and contagion swell, a series of tightly held secrets emerges, threatening to unravel friendships, families, and the town s fragile sense of security The Fever is a chilling story about guilt, lies, and the lethal power of desire.

  • Hardcover
  • 307
  • The Fever
  • Megan Abbott
  • 15 May 2019
  • 0316231053

About the Author: Megan Abbott

Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBMegan Abbott is the Edgar winning author of the novels Die a Little, Queenpin, The Song Is You, Bury Me Deep, The End of Everything, Dare Me, The Fever, You Will Know Me and Give Me Your HandAbbott is co showrunner, writer and executive producer of DARE ME, the TV show adapated from her novel She was also a staff writer on HBO s THE DEUCE Her writing has also appeared in the New York Times, the Guardian, Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times Magazine, The Believer and the Los Angeles Review of BooksBorn in the Detroit area, she graduated from the University of Michigan and received her PhD in English and American literature from New York University She has taught at NYU, SUNY and the New School University and has served as the John Grisham Writer in Residence at The University of MississippiShe is also the author of a nonfiction book, The Street Was Mine White Masculinity in Hardboiled Fiction and Film Noir, and the editor of A Hell of a Woman, an anthology of female crime fiction She is currently developing two of her novels, Dare Me and The Fever, for television.



10 thoughts on “The Fever

  1. Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBThe first time, you can t believe how much it hurts It just kind of burns, says another You re sore for a few days I heard by the third time, you don t even feel itThis is from the prologue, and no, these girls are not talking about losing the big V.This is an extremely hard book for me to rate On the one hand, I enjoyed the writing On the other hand, there was nothing remotely scary about it, and overall, I felt like I was led on a merry trail filled with red herrings that lookedThe first time, you can t believe how much it hurts It just kind of burns, says another You re sore for a few days I heard by the third time, you don t even feel itThis is from the prologue, and no, these girls are not talking about losing the big V.This is an extremely hard book for me to rate On the one hand, I enjoyed the writing On the other hand, there was nothing remotely scary about

  2. karen karen says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBoh, megan abbott she does such a good job of writing bad girls i have loved her neo noir books with their saucy femmes fatales, but her last three books have all been contemporary fiction spilling all the secrets of mean girls and their strategies or laying bare the dark side of the modern teenage girl s coming of age and entr e into sexuality this one does both.it s a crawly story of an epidemic that begins plaguing the girls, and only the girls, of one suburban high school, causing seizures oh, megan abbott she does such a good job of writing bad girls i have loved her neo noir books with their saucy femmes fatales, but her last three books have all been contemporary fiction spilling all the secrets of mean girls and their strategies or laying bare the dark side of the modern teenage girl s coming of age and entr e into sexuality this one d

  3. Kemper Kemper says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBI received an ARC of this from NetGalley for this review The whole time I was reading this I had to fight the urge to walk around imitating Christopher Walken from that famous Saturday Night Live skit I got a FEVER and the only prescription isMegan Abbott Sorry I had to get that out of my system.Deenie Nash is a pretty typical American teenage girl She lives with her school teacher father Tom and her brother Eli After her best friend Lise has a seizure in class followed bygi I received an ARC of this from NetGalley for this review The whole time I was reading this I had to fight the urge to

  4. Delee Delee says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBAfter reading Megan Abbott s Dare Me, and recently learning she was coming out with another twisted mean girl tale I knew I had to get my hands on it As soon as it came in the mailI dropped everything else I was reading, so I could focus on Abbott s newest, dark and sinister novel THE FEVER.Deenie s world is turned upside down when her best friend Lise starts convulsing on the floor in front of her entire class After Lise is rushed to the hospital rumors run rampant

  5. Joe Valdez Joe Valdez says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBMy Girls Girls Girls jag concludes with The Fever, the 2014 thriller by Megan Abbott This is my fourth venture into the fiction of the Edgar Award winner who alternates between 20th century noir and between mysteries set in the present day, where high school girls use cell phones to destroy their enemies instead of a.45 This novel proves again that Abbott can write psychologically nuanced and compelling teenaged characters without being slave to the brain dead conventions of the Young Adult My Girls Girls Girls jag concludes with The Fever, the 2014 thriller by Megan Abbott This is my fourth venture into the fiction of the Edgar Award winner who alternates between 20th century noir and between mysteries set in the present day, where high school girls use cell phones to destroy their enemies instead of a.45 This novel proves again that Abbott can write psychologically nuanced and compelling teenaged characters without being slave to the brain dead conventions of the Young Adult gen

  6. Elise (TheBookishActress) Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBI don t know what it is, but there is just something about Megan Abbott s writing that is exactly my niche She writes these brutal yet beautiful descriptions that feel as if they re hitting me in the chest She writes these characters I hate and want to hug at the same time, these horrible human beings somehow right on the page The Fever is a claustrophobic read, a book about the dynamic of small towns and the dynamic between parents and children And it is a book about teenage girls, in all t I don t know what it is, but there is just something about Megan Abbott s writing that is exactly my niche She writes these brutal yet beautiful descriptions that feel as if they re hitting me in the chest She writes these characters I hate and want to hug at the same time, these horrible human beings somehow right on the page The Fever is a claustrophobic read, a book about the dynamic of small towns and the dynamic between

  7. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* Shelby *trains flying monkeys* says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBCrap This book I think most of it I was just damned scared Teenage girls.They think the whole world revolves around them I ve had some pretty bad experiences in RL with teenage girls who decided that something wrong was done to them and the means they will go to make someone pay So this book for me is classified as horror Real life flipping horror I almost didn t read this book after I realized the way it was headed I can t say that I won t recommend it because honestly it s one o Crap This book I think most of it I was just damned scared Teenage girls.They think the whole world revolves around them I ve had some pretty bad experiences in RL with teenage girls who decided that something wrong was done to them and the means they will go to make someone pay So this book for me is classified as horror Real life flipping horror I almost didn t read this book after I realized the way it was headed I can t say that I won t r

  8. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBThis review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When Deenie s best friend suffers a violent seizure in class, the students are shocked When other girls begin suffering from mysterious ailments, chaos ensues as the community tries to find a

  9. Paula M. of Her Book Thoughts! Paula M. of Her Book Thoughts! says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBI just wasted my time on a bunch of teenagers having problems about their virginities It s so weird guys. so weird I m surprised I finished it Kudos to Abbott s sophisticated writing Too bad the multiple POV s has to ruin it.So here s the gist One by one, every girl in Deenie s town has been having seizures and hallucinat

  10. Emily May Emily May says:

    Hardcover Ó The Fever MOBI ✓ fever pdf, The FeverThe Fever ePUBMy first thought was to compare Abbott s depiction of teenage girl politics to Lord of the Flies A manic, intense world that feels somehow completely set apart from the rest of reality But I think that comparison would undermine the complexity of what the author does This book and Dare Me is aboutthan mean girls though her YA novels containthan their fair share of savagery and malice too but it is also about every beautiful, unfortunate, disgusting detail of female adolesc My first thought was to compare Abbott s depiction of teenage girl politics to Lord of

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