The Traitor and the Chalice

The Traitor and the Chalice Best Read || [Jane Fletcher] - The Traitor and the Chalice, The Traitor and the Chalice Tevi has made a new life in the Protectorate a life that includes Jemeryl something she could never have expected when she was exiled from her home Even surprising is that she finds herself seriously
  • Title: The Traitor and the Chalice
  • Author: Jane Fletcher
  • ISBN: 9781933110431
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback

The Traitor and the Chalice Best Read || [Jane Fletcher], The Traitor and the Chalice, Jane Fletcher, The Traitor and the Chalice Tevi has made a new life in the Protectorate a life that includes Jemeryl something she could never have expected when she was exiled from her home Even surprising is that she finds herself seriously engaged in the search for the chalice The fake quest has suddenly become very real The Traitor and the Chalice Best Read || [Jane Fletcher] - The Traitor and the Chalice, The Traitor and the Chalice Tevi has made a new life in the Protectorate a life that includes Jemeryl something she could never have expected when she was exiled from her home Even surprising is that she finds herself seriously
  • The Traitor and the Chalice Best Read || [Jane Fletcher]
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The Traitor and the Chalice

About Author

  1. Jane Fletcher is a GCLS award winning writer and has also been short listed for the Gaylactic Spectrum and Lambda Literary awards She is author of two ongoing sets of fantasy romance novels the Celaeno series The Walls of Westernfort, Rangers at Roadsend, The Temple at Landfall, Dynasty of Rogues, and Shadow of the Knife and the Lyremouth Chronicles The Exile and The Sorcerer, The Traitor and The Chalice, The Empress and The Acolyte, and The High Priest and the Idol.Her love of fantasy began at the age of seven when she encountered Greek Mythology This was compounded by a childhood spent clambering over every example of ancient masonry she could find medieval castles, megalithic monuments, Roman villas Her resolute ambition was to become an archaeologist when she grew up, so it was something of a surprise when she became a software engineer instead.Born in Greenwich, London, in 1956, she now lives in southwest England where she keeps herself busy writing both computer software and fiction, although generally not at the same time.

One thought on “The Traitor and the Chalice

  1. The follow up to Fletcher s Exile and the Sorcerer continues the high quality of character that made the first book stand out Again, the plotting is a bit subdued, the first half easily bettering the second The first plays a bit like a Harry Potter novel, with a mystery set in a sorcerer s school The second half is the two leads chasing down the Traitor of the title While I did like this one about as much as the first, my only caveat would be Fletcher s somewhat anti climactic plot resolutions H [...]


  2. The Traitor And the Chalice closes the first adventure with Tevi and Jemeryl in a beautifully woven story I loved it not only for the romantic tale between the two main characters, but the prominent themes of classism and societal struggles with it I look forward to reading from this series Fletcher has created a rich world where we can easily see our own faults and fears mirrored.


  3. To sum it up in 3 words I was bored The writing isn t bad, but there are so many unnecessary events to read through and so many plotholes to ignore And most of all, I didn t care for Tevi and Jem after they initially got together in the first book They just don t seem well suited for one another The combination of contrasts like brawn and brains can work, but in this case it just doesn t For most of the book Tevi with her warrior strength is reduced to sitting around and waiting for Jem to mostl [...]


  4. For whatever reason, I do not seem as interested in writing reviews for Fletcher books Not sure why.So, the story continues here in part two of the series and I come immediately to why I didn t write anything the only real thing I wanted to say was something too spoilery to say so view spoiler This book here works quite well as an end note on the duology, except, you know, this isn t actually the end book on a 2 book series so hide spoiler Tevi and Jemeryl continue on their quest to find this [...]


  5. took me this long cause I was reading it at work during lunch 30mins ea read takes time But really enjoy this series


  6. While this book book 2 has excitement than the The Exile and the Sorcerer, I found myself liking book 1 That s not to say this book wasn t good, in fact it s great I really seem to love Jane Fletcher s writing Her Celaeno series was fantastic I believe I gave all except one book, in that series, 5 stars I ve been totally sucked into this series too, and can t wait to read the rest.I m not going to go into a review about the characters and setting, as others have already I just want people to k [...]


  7. Science fiction fantasy adventure books by and about women, with single unmarried , childless, female protagonists, and plots that do not sound like dystopian newspaper articles, are hard to find So I was very pleased to find this one It has a few unexpected turns, thoughtful development, and two adventuring women characters to follow I only wish the author would write books.


  8. It was good book from this series The adventure and the drama was very captivating, as well as the action The romance is not what I was expecting, there were kinky moments, but nothing beyond that Still, it was an interesting book and it was worth reading Hope to read from her.




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