Book Review: The Fever (Replica #9)


Hello Blogiverse,

How are things going? I am so ready for fall I can almost taste it! I always start the celebration of the season in September, so I’m excited for me and the boyfriend to deck out our house to the nines and get some fun events going.

The grad school semester is still in its beginning stages, so I’ve been able to continue my binge of the Replica series.

This time I read The Fever (Replica #9) by Marilyn Kaye

I was a little disappointed with the last book in the series, but that’s not gonna stop me from charging forward. Was this one better? Let’s find out!


Series Review Links

Book Review: Amy, Number Seven (Replica #1)

Book Review: Pursuing Amy (Replica #2)

Book Review: Another Amy (Replica #3)

Book Review: Perfect Girls (Replica #4)

Book Review: Secret Clique (Replica #5)

Book Review: And the Two Shall Meet (Replica #6)

Book Review: The Best of the Best (Replica #7)

Book Review: Mystery Mother (Replica #8)




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The Review


While I enjoyed this read, the conclusion left something to be desired.

This time in Amy’s chaotic life, a new business owner in town has decided to open some clubs for teens to hang out at. The establishment soon becomes a hit with the teenagers, but when Amy’s health takes a sudden nosedive, she, Tasha, and Eric race against time to locate the source of her illness.

First off, I liked the premise of this book. A new business owner that’s cool with kids and seems to be legit was a unique setup. It was a lot of fun to go through the twists and turns in this mysterious journey. I mean, a cool place for teens sounds like something that needs to be a reality. However, this ended up being the second time that Amy got sick and while the situation was totally different, I think maybe it was too soon after the first time to try this out.

There wasn’t much progression for Amy due to her illness, which is understandable. Instead, Tasha and Eric take charge and it was nice to see them be the heroes with Amy out of commission.

The thing that I didn’t like the most was the climax. I had to suspend a bit too much disbelief at the explanation of things, and it just didn’t make sense to me. The writing was still great and easy to follow, but I just wasn’t wowed by this one. There seems to be a trend of a stellar installment followed by a couple not so great ones, so I’m hoping that’s the case here.

I’m still excited to continue Amy’s journey and hope it gets more exciting soon.



That’s A Wrap!

Well that’s it for this book review. I hope you enjoyed it!

Have you read this book? Are there other similar books you’ve read that you simply have to gush about? Feel free to leave a comment. I’d love to start a conversation!

Have a great day!


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