The King Betrayed

The King Betrayed

Deborah Chester / Oct 23, 2019

The King Betrayed The Sword The Ring and The Chalice trilogy ensnared readers in its web of fantasy and suspense The Queen s Gambit added layers to the tale Now national bestselling author Deborah Chester delivers a

  • Title: The King Betrayed
  • Author: Deborah Chester
  • ISBN: 9780441011155
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Sword, The Ring, and The Chalice trilogy ensnared readers in its web of fantasy and suspense The Queen s Gambit added layers to the tale Now, national bestselling author Deborah Chester delivers a novel of a king s duty to his land, his love for his wife and the ultimate betrayal of both.

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    About "Deborah Chester"

      • Deborah Chester

        The internationally published, award winning author of 41 novels, Deborah Chester has written Regency romances, historical romances, young adult, science fiction, and fantasy She is a tenured professor of professional writing in the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma, where she teaches novel and short story writing She holds a B.A with General Honors and an M.A in Journalism both degrees are from the University of Oklahoma, where she studied professional writing from author teachers Jack M Bickham, Robert L Duncan, and Pulitzer nominee Carolyn Hart Chester has been writing professionally since 1978, and has used three pseudonyms Jay D Blakeney and Sean Dalton and C Aubrey Hall for some of her science fiction and fantasy works In 2004, she was inducted into the Writers Hall of Fame of America.


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    1. I have one major reoccurring issue with this author and it's the way she writes women. They seem to fall into two categories simpering and generally useless damsels in distress (Pheresa) or nagging angry shrews (Alexeika). The worst part is I think the author thinks she's writing strong female characters but they really just come across as mean and bossy. Yet on the other hand, Dain can do no wrong and always acts in a noble fashion. This book frustrated me more than anything which is probably w [...]


    2. I really just couldn't garner much sympathy for the main characters- they seemed arrogant and smug and self-centered off the bat, so when bad things happened I just felt a little impatient, not like they fully deserved it, but not caring all that much about what was otherwise an okay story with well-developed bits behind it.


    3. Faldain returns from the Sword, Ring, and Chalice. Many years have passed, and he faces new challenges through the book. The main conflict centers around his children - one dead, one abducted, one troubled, and one on the way. He struggles to find his daughter while keeping his throne from the presumed heir. He finds himself stuck several times, keeping up interest to the last page.


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