I purchased the audiobook on CD from Better World Books.
This third installment of the Fever series is a change from Darkfever and Bloodfever. There are more headgames and less action. Mac spends a lot of time trying to sort out loyalties, discern others' motivations, and figure out her next moves. Her "association" with Barrons is shifting discernibly, as well.
After the petunia-kicking of the first two books, Faefever is a slight letdown but is still well-worth the read or listen. Readers who have been with Mac this long will enjoy puzzling out the players on the game board alongside her.
Joyce Bean again does a lovely job with the reading.