MORF and the Pirates of Flamenca by Andry Chang

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
An Everna Saga story.

Four brave morfs, creatures in the shape of tiny objects
go on a suicide quest to Flamenca, a town of brutal pirates.
They need to rescue their guardian, Gaspar Portiva from
the sins of his past and to prevent the morfs' total annihilation
and worse, eternal slavery.

Will Dion, Circe, Aris and Ector prevail against the pirates and
a more dangerous, more gigantic threat? More

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About Andry Chang

Andry Chang is a pilgrim in authorship since 2005. Aside from his everyday life as an entrepreneur, a husband and a father of one, he always makes time to write, draw or developing games. He continues to hone his skills and never gives up, resulting in his published multimedia works.

Some of his commercially published writings, either singulars or collaborations are:
FireHeart – Legend of the Paladins (2008), Vandaria Saga – Kristalisasi (2012), Qi Xi – Bunga Rampai Asmara (2012), Love Around You (2013), Magical Stories (2013), LEINA – Legenda Imaji Nusantara (2015), Everna Saga – Hikayat Tiga Zaman (2015), Everna Saga – Utara dan Selatan (2015), Everna Saga – Barat dan Timur (2016) (Indonesian Language Works) and Everna Saga - Morf and the Pirates of Flamenca (2016) (English Language Works)

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Review by: Bonmedo on July 7, 2016 :
This story is about adventure of magical creature called Morf, which are living objects that can be in form of any inanimate object. The main character, which is Dion, is a living crystal ball. He and his other friends of Morf was living in an island of Ymer, with a mage who is responsible of these Morfs creation, Gaspar.

Looking at the cover, and the blurb, I right away think that this must be story for young kids. So I positioned myself reading and enjoying the story as if I am one. This story starts out really well. The introduction was smooth and it get to the main conflict really fast. The fight scenes was also nicely done. It got me hook right away.

But then, when the story got to the point of the origin of Fiore, I started to think: this is no longer story for kids. Also, there are some logics that I think not really well thought off. Without wanting to give too much spoiler, I am not sure what keeping Higuain from not killing Gaspar and his Morf at this point on.

Having said that, I still enjoy this story. Should the author corrected some the typos there, I would rate this story higher.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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