The First Betrayal

The First Betrayal

Patricia Bray / Jun 26, 2019

The First Betrayal Sometimes the magic inside us isn t meant to be discovered Orphan exile priest Josan has been posted to a lighthouse on the farthest edge of the kingdom As a member of the collegium he once dreame

  • Title: The First Betrayal
  • Author: Patricia Bray
  • ISBN: 9780553588767
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sometimes the magic inside us isn t meant to be discovered.Orphan, exile, priest, Josan has been posted to a lighthouse on the farthest edge of the kingdom As a member of the collegium, he once dreamed of making a real contribution to the Learned Brethren, but those dreams died after a mysterious fever shattered him, body and mind At least that s the story he s been tSometimes the magic inside us isn t meant to be discovered.Orphan, exile, priest, Josan has been posted to a lighthouse on the farthest edge of the kingdom As a member of the collegium, he once dreamed of making a real contribution to the Learned Brethren, but those dreams died after a mysterious fever shattered him, body and mind At least that s the story he s been told to explain a past he can t remember But that past has returnedwith a vengeance.When Lady Ysobel Flordelis is shipwrecked on Josan s island, this sets in motion an explosive destiny The Seddonian trade liaison is traveling to Ikaria on official business, but her secret purpose is to revive the revolution brutally crushed years before Neither Ysobel nor Josan can foresee the significance of their brief meeting But as Ysobel navigates the elaborate court intrigues in Ikaria, Josan will be forced to leave his island exile and embark on a treacherous journey to unlock the secrets that bind his past an act that could lead him to gloryor doom.

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      • Patricia Bray

        Patricia Bray is the author of a dozen novels, including Devlin s Luck, which won the 2003 Compton Crook Award for the best first novel in the field of science fiction or fantasy A multi genre author whose career spans both epic fantasy and Regency romance, her books have been translated into Russian, German, Portuguese and Hebrew Patricia Bray has also spent time on the editorial side of the business, as the co editor of After Hours Tales from the Ur Bar DAW, March 2011 , The Modern Fae s Guide to Surviving Humanity DAW, March 2012 , and Clockwork Universe Steampunk vs Aliens ZNB, June 2014.Patricia lives in a New England college town, where she combines her writing with a full time career as a Systems Analyst, ensuring that she is never than a few feet away from a keyboard.


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    1. This was the December read for [FantasyFavorites]. It seemed to be an interesting premise; the monk Josan is a lowly lighthouse keeper who is recovering from a debilitating illness five years earlier. Lady Ysobel is a trade delegate back in the Empire five years after a failed rebellion with a mandate to stir up further trouble. Unsurprisingly, both these characters and the rebellion turn out to be linked together.Frankly, I found the book boring. I liked Josan as a monk and lighthouse keeper, b [...]


    2. A good readI always love a good tale of redemption and survival. The characters are well conceived and realized. The story is large enough for a trilogy.


    3. Josan has been working as a lighthouse keeper ever since a fever nearly destroyed him. At first, the solitude was a welcome chance to recover. But when an assassin tries to kill him, he wonders if his posting was more than that and sets off to find the answers.Ysobel is the new trade ambassador to Ikaria, but her purpose is twofold: make lots of profit and feed the dim fires of rebellion that had flared once six years ago and been brutally crushed. Her task isn't easy, for the severe retribution [...]


    4. The exposition in this book was fantastic in that the passage of time seemed real. Many books fail to make the passage of time interesting, let alone believable. Both Josan and Ysobel's internal thoughts were well written, especially Ysobel and all her planning, plotting, ans scheming. Her machinations knew no bounds. I would have like to have been shown a little more at the ending. What happened to some of the secondary characters was done in summary, but I think it would have been a bigger imp [...]


    5. Updated Nov 2010: reread in May 2010 am mildly curious about how the tale will play out: finally looked up the author and see there are two more books in this series, and have added to my to0-long to-read list, we'll see if I ever get there, LoL!---It doesn't say "Book One of the Chronicles of Josan" until the end where they give a teaser for Book 2, but this is so obviously a set-up for a series. A series I will certainly consider following. The priest Josan, stationed in the boonies as a light [...]


    6. An interesting and original premise, betrayed by sloppy execution. It's hard to get worked up about overthrowing an empress who doesn't particularly need overthrowing, but the compromise reached by Josan/Lucius is not only unsatisfying and undramatic, it also fails to achieve his goal of keeping people from being killed. I expected to see more of a synthesis and accommodation between the two personalities. As for Lady Ysobel, her actions are inconsistent and distasteful: I don't sympathize with [...]


    7. It's been a while since I read a book that simultaneously bored and interested me. I was interested by the plot and blurb on the back. I started reading and it was like wading through hip-deep snow. So much work for so little gained. There were just enough interesting points and tidbits to keep me going through to the end.


    8. Josan is an exile from the learned breather, when a man shows up at his lighthouse post, set off a chain of events that Josan can not explain. This a mystery with death and enlightenment with a twist. Now on to the next book, The Sea Change and what it might reveal.


    9. It's not a bad introduction to a new world. But it just doesn't feel like a full story and is more like a setup for a series. If this were the first 20 chapters in a full epic, I could handle that and would probably finish the story. But, as is, I'm not sure that I'll seek the next one.


    10. I read book 1 and book 2. Patricia Bray's trilogy was mildly interesting but not interesting enough for me to purchase book 3.



    11. Start was interesting but i found the story less interesting later on. Not really believable with the split personality etc.






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