Chaste: : Grasp of the Fevered Father (Perilisc) by Jesse Teller @JesseTeller #ATaleFromPerilisc #Fantasy


When her devout parents were killed, Cheryl abandoned her destiny as a priestess. Despite the unusual decrees of the new priest, an evil threat preys on the town. Tragic murders have become more frequent when a few traveling warriors stop here for the night. Will they help Cheryl’s village or destroy it? She knows better than to trust them. Years of pain and self-loathing have hardened her. To fight back the infectious curse that plagues her home, she must finally face her brutal past

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Chaste: Grasp of the Fevered Father


I am actually reading the books out-of-order but each is its own jigsaw piece that makes up the final picture. So before I begin, these are stories of fantasy, mystical adventures and horror of the very darkest kind. They are bloody, torturous and have vivid scenes of people being disembodied and at times others raped but wound into it all is a core of good that is battling to gain ground be it by using some pretty vicious and mostly enjoyable methods for themselves.

So welcome to Chaste after it has been deserted by its God and its keepers murdered. As the story begins the fool hardy on the edge of Chaste soon come up against a malevolent evil power that thrives on the pain of others and control to make even the purest souls do its bidding. This is pretty gruesome stuff that will either make you stop reading here or bind you to every chapter that follows.

I was definitely a stayer I wanted to find out more about some of the characters from the other book I had read especially Sob, who just grew on me with every page I turned. Chaste is a place where evil enters people to carry out vile and terrible acts for no reason expect it just simply can. Even the tight group of unlikely saviours at times lose their way. In this book I got to know Cheryl. Each book builds up certain characters, giving them more substance as to why they are as they are and the reasons for their own personal battles. absolutely loved the finale and already got another book in the series.

I wish to thank the author for an e-copy of this book which I have reviewed honestly


Jesse Teller fell in love with fantasy when he was five years old and played his first game of Dungeons & Dragons. The game gave him the ability to create stories and characters from a young age. He started consuming fantasy in every form and, by nine, was obsessed with the genre. As a young adult, he knew he wanted to make his life about fantasy. From exploring the relationship between man and woman, to studying the qualities of a leader or a tyrant, Jesse Teller uses his stories and settings to study real-world themes and issues.



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