Drowning Fergus

Fergus grew up believing he would never see the world beyond New Peiling until he found the map to T r na n g But sometimes adventures don t take us to the place we want to be, but where we need to go The Knights of Evalach have rounded up the hybrids and sent them away Those who remain struggle to keep the towering plates of New Peiling upright Time is short, and tFergus grew up believing he would never see the world beyond New Peiling until he found the map to T r na n g But sometimes adventures don t take us to the place we want to be, but where we need to go The Knights of Evalach have rounded up the hybrids and sent them away Those who remain struggle to keep the towering plates of New Peiling upright Time is short, and there are many wrongs to be righted But what will Fergus have to give up to put things straight
Drowning Fergus Fergus grew up believing he would never see the world beyond New Peiling until he found the map to T r na n g But sometimes adventures don t take us to the place we want to be but where we need to go

  • Title: Drowning Fergus
  • Author: Addison Lane
  • ISBN: 9780983953869
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Drowning Fergus”

    1. This novel was a fitting end for a series that focuses on the growing up of Fergus Irving as well as his inner struggles to understand what he believes is a form of justice. It also felt like it was the end of childhood and the start of adulthood, especially with how it ended but I will not give any spoilers. XDOne of this series strengths is that there is an inner logic that makes sense that motivates people like the Harriets and other hybrid-haters and the government of New Peiling. I am not s [...]

    2. New Peiling! New Peiling! New Peiling! I must confess, I have fallen in love with this strange, gritty, beautiful mess of a city. I enjoyed being able to go abroad with Fergus and company in the last book--the world of this series is so expansive and every nook of every foreign city is so richly textured as to deserve a novel or two of its own--but it's good to finally come home. As if I had been born and raised in the slums of the lower city myself, I now take a weird pride in this city. For al [...]

    3. I think this series has been one of the best faerie series I've had the pleasure of reading. It also managed to combine faerie lore with dystopian/Armageddon stories. I also appreciated that this book kept a lot of the romance to a minimum, but what there was of romance was really well done. Not only that, these books feature main characters that are bisexual and homosexual and the faeries stay true to their inhuman natures. These books also deal with themes of prejudice and segregation. This is [...]

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