Review| The Perdurables – Morgan G. Farris

The Chalam Faerytales has quickly become one of my favorite series. It deserves a lot of attention and I can’t recommend it enough! I’ve loved The Promised One, The Purloined Prophecy and The Parallax. I always anxiously await the next book. Today is the release of the next book, The Perdurables, and today it’s time for me to tell you what I thought.

A big thanks to the author for providing me with an ARC to read and review!

Review| The Perdurables – Morgan G. Farris


Darkness is coming on the winds of winter. From the shadows, a queen of Light emerges.
Meren knows that there is more to the encroaching winter than just weather—there is a Darkness poised to devour the world. A Darkness that has been chasing her for her whole life. And she’s tired of being powerless to do anything about it. So when the leader of what’s left of the Light Færies tasks her on a mission to find the legendary Gibhor—a Warrior Færy who could save the world—Meren does not hesitate. Even if it means risking her life to avoid the ruthless Dark Færies.
What she never expected to find was a legendary, mysterious færy who lost his wings. What she never expected to find was a hero who had no interest in helping her—or even himself. What she never expected to find was a hidden magic that most of the færies have long-since abandoned. With the fates of both the mortals and immortals at stake, Meren must convince the reluctant Gibhor to help, no matter the cost.
Even if it costs them their lives.
The Perdurables is an epic tale of miniature proportions. A nimble, fast-paced adventure, the fourth book in The Chalam Færytales series dives deep into the forest, telling the story of the moths—the creatures that have haunted Prince Ferryl from the first pages of The Promised One. With war on the horizon for Har-Navah, it is more than the humans who have something at stake. And sometimes the tiniest heroes make the biggest impact.
Notice: Contains adult language, mature content and thematic violence. Reader discretion advised.


The Perdurables (The Chalam Færytales #4) by Morgan G. Farris
Published by Minor 5 Publishing on 17/03/2020
Genres: Fantasy
Pages: 316
Format: ARC
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Review

“A bond. A convenant. Eternal. Formidable. Unbreakable.”

I’m not going to lie and say I wasn’t just a little bit disappointed that The Perdurables didn’t continue where The Parallax ended. I’ve been needing more of this story since I rad the last pages of that book. That being said, The Perdurables turned out to be a book I didn’t know I needed and now can’t go without.

The Perdurables gives us the story of Fa and Meren. In this world it’s clear there is some magic and some still even a bit hidden. We’ve had signs of this existing, but this book gives us more information and history. This author was able to get me hooked on this story only after a little introduction and worldbuilding! Of course, I’m already familiarwith it after reading the previous books, but this gives us just a little bit more!

“We all have the Light in us, Meren,” Fa went on when she did not answer. “And we all have the Darkness. It is wahat we choose to be that defines us.”

I read this book in just about one sitting, it was that good! I just couldn’t put it down. Fa and Meren’s adventure is filled with twists and turns I didn’t see coming, adventure, love, sacrifice and two strong and amazing characters. I think this book shows us just how much someone can accomplish when really wanting to fight for their world and not taking no for an answer. I don’t want to give away too much of this story, because you really need to experience it for yourself. I can say I did love the little glimpses we got of the story we already know and love.

If I’m being honest, I need more of Fa and Meren. I’ve really come to love them after reading this book. I have a feeling we haven’t seen the last of them, but I would be lying if I didn’t say I need another book with just them, haha. Morgan G.Farris did it again and hit me in all the feels. I don’t think I’ll ever have enough of this series!

“Love is not for the faint of heart.”

The Perdurables was such an amazing book! I really can’t wait to see where this series goes even though this gave me a major book hangover. What do you do when you get a book hangover? Let me know in the comments!

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