The First Confessor

The First Confessor

The Legend of Magda Searus

eBook - 2015
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The world is descending, inexorably, towards war.

So why has First Wizard Baraccus, leader of the New World, lover of life, thrown himself from the walls of the Wizard's Keep, falling thousands of feet to his death? His wife, Magda Searus, cannot understand why her husband would abandon her and his people at such a profoundly dangerous time. And then she finds a note left by Baraccus, urging her to seek the truth.

What she uncovers, no one is willing to believe.

The coming war is going far worse than anyone had anticipated, and the consequences of defeat will be far more terrifying than they could have imagined. Alone, ungifted, it is up to Magda Searus to make history and change the future.

Publisher: New York :, Tom Doherty Associates, LLC,, 2015.
Copyright Date: ©2012
ISBN: 9781784971984
Characteristics: text file,rda
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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ChristchurchLib Jan 17, 2017

Before there was the heroic duo of Richard and Kahlan, there was lone heroine Magda Searus. This prequel to the Sword of Truth series opens as Madga unexpectedly loses her husband, First Wizard Baraccus, to suicide. Determined to find out why Baraccus chose this drastic course of action, Magda seeks out a spiritist who can speak to the dead -- and, in doing so, learns of a great danger to the realm. However, as a commoner and a magically ungifted woman, Magda faces staunch opposition from those in power when she attempts to carry on her husband's work.

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BabyDuck68
Dec 31, 2015

I've read most of this author's books. One thing I didn't like was that the story was extremely slow and took forever to get to the main storyline/purpose of the book. If you're familiar with the Sword of Truth "universe," you might enjoy this as it tells the history of how the confessor line first started.

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desertgrandma
Sep 07, 2015

Repetitive

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