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Seraph and Tier had three children who were born with magics needed to save their world! To defeat Evil! Seraph frowned at him. Boys, can you settle yourselves to being quiet?

Tier, you won't do any good if you fall over asleep. You lie down here, and the boys and I will keep watch until the Emperor comes.

I had some issues with the beginning of Raven's Shadow —things that felt awkward or that frustrated me.

Around the middle, though, those issues dropped away and I was able to enjoy a wonderful story about a family caught up in events much larger than themselves.

There are two problems with the beginning. First, we see Seraph and Tier before they're married and then take a 20 year jump in time where they have three kids and a struggling farm.

That's a big jump and more than a little disconcerting. So I'm torn. On the one hand, it was off-putting. On the other, I don't know how it could have been done better.

Second, Tier disappears early after that year jump even though he's the only viewpoint we had up to that point. So we spend a bunch of time with Seraph and the kids trying to find out what happened and dealing with local persecution Seraph was an outsider to begin with and now that Tier is gone, she has little local support and not a little local antagonism.

Tier is supposed to be dead a body was found , but there's enough "off" about it that you just know there's more to the story.

It's not only a viewpoint jump, but we stick with Seraph and kids long enough that it feels like this is where the story is headed.

And then at a critically tense moment with SaK whammo we shift to a new perspective and then, finally we're back with Tier. I practically got whiplash at the shift and that took me completely out of the story.

Once past that second third? After that point, no new perspectives were introduced and the transitions are much less brutal. From there it was smooth sailing and I was able to enjoy what turns out to be an excellent story about magic, family, leadership, and responsibility.

One reason those early jumps were so disconcerting is because I just liked Tier so much. He's a veteran looking to settle down, intimately familiar with the foibles of those around him, but willing to look at their potential as well.

He's kind and forgiving and willing to work with whatever someone else is willing to give him. It was no surprise to me that he started subverting his captors almost before they'd finished locking him up.

That he did so with deliberation and forethought and was so effective at it bore out my earlier attachment to him and was, frankly, fun to experience.

I wasn't as attached to Seraph, but then, that's part of what makes her work as an interesting character. Her honest love and devotion for Tier was enough to attach my affections and her growth as she accepted her trials and overcame them was a great part of the climax of the book.

You knew from the start that she could, and would, fight for her own but it was rewarding to see that she could, and would, negotiate, compromise, wheedle and cajole for it as well.

That she turned out to be a competent leader was an unlooked for, but gratifying, development. Lastly, it was a pleasant surprise given some of my last few books for a book that is part of a duology to end so gracefully.

There are no stupid cliff-hangers and no cheesy manipulation designed to make you impatient for the next novel.

It would have been easy to end this book in a tense place and save the resolution for later. Kudos to Patricia Briggs for resisting that temptation.

The Travelers are a lot like gypsies although some of them have mage-like powers. They destroyed their home city to save the world from the ultimate evil and now wander the lands fighting lesser evil as they come across it.

Of course, people not of their kind don't understand them. And what do humans love to do with something they don't understand? They try to destroy it.

It's working. The Traveler's numbers are few and a new evil is rising. Tier was a soldier on his way home from war when he cam The Travelers are a lot like gypsies although some of them have mage-like powers.

Tier was a soldier on his way home from war when he came across a young Traveler girl being sold to the highest bidder. Not liking the looks of the men trying to buy her, Tier out bid them all.

Seraph is the last of her clan after a sickness swept through and killed all of her family. Her brother dies before her eyes and the next thing she knows, the innkeeper is selling her to cover the costs of her stay.

At a time like this, all she wants to do is out run the life set before her. Fast forward twenty years later.

Tier and Seraph have been hiding in the mountains, farming, raising a family and trying to avoid the fates set before them. The thing about destiny is, it doesn't just give up when you run from it.

A new religion is rising and they are sacrificing Travelers and stealing their powers. This same new order kidnaps Tier and threatens Seraph children and you do not threaten the ones Seraph loves.

One of the things that made me love this book, besides the great world-building and characterization, is that it is a family fighting evil.

It avoids the overdone troupe of the lone underdog taking on evil. The one thing I did not like was the conveniently easy battle against their enemies, neatly wrapped up at the end.

Despite this it was still a good ending and I will definitely continue with the series. May 02, Laura rated it really liked it. I went into this with pretty low expectations.

I just figured it would be Mercy Thompson with no electricity. I don't know why I doubted Brigg's ability to write both Paranormal and a more true Fantasy, but I did doubt.

And she proved me wrong! The world building here was very well done. Enough was explained in the beginning to satisfy me, and then more was slowly revealed.

It was well written and I can't wait to read the next book. My only complaint is something that I have noticed in the Mercy I went into this with pretty low expectations.

My only complaint is something that I have noticed in the Mercy books as well. There is a lot of build up to the final conflict, but the final conflict itself is over in little more than a page.

Jan 14, Fantasy Literature rated it liked it. Tier, a Rederni ex-soldier, saves young Seraph, a Traveler girl, from murder at the hands of some ruffians in a tavern and a strange, dangerous man in the forest.

Intrigued by this brave, foolhardy girl, Tier takes her home to his village to protect her from the forces that follow. Dec 29, S rated it really liked it Shelves: briggs.

I was expecting another fantasy coming-of-age novel, but that's not what this is. It turned out to be quite different. There were a lot of unexpected little twists and turns.

I think some aspects of the plot could have been more fully explained, but that might have slowed down the story.

The number of characters left me wanting a more focused story on each one, but overall I I was expecting another fantasy coming-of-age novel, but that's not what this is.

The number of characters left me wanting a more focused story on each one, but overall I think they interacted well and the author balanced them against each other nicely.

Jun 10, A rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , reviewed , family-focus. And yet, somehow all these old, tired pieces combine to form something just different enough to be enjoyable.

Not astoundingly, brilliantly different see: Brandon Sanderson but comfortably individual. Like a dilapidated armchair that has been re-stuffed and re-covered: familiar, yet still with a certain newness to it.

The cover might also be misleading you in this direction; it looks like a paranormal romance between a richly-robed sorceress and her shape-shifting lover.

This is unfortunate, as the woman on the cover is most likely the close to years-old for most of the book mage Seraph, and the animal featured beside her is probably her adult son, Jes.

When Tier goes missing, it will take all of them to help save the day. The charm of it lies not so much in the worldbuilding uncomplicated or plot straightforward or villain underdeveloped but in the characters: multiple, complex, all with different and often conflicting goals and motivations.

Aug 20, Issam rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance , fantasy , super-powers , magic-sorcery , fave-books. This was given to me from a friend, and was my first Patricia Briggs novel.

Before beginning, I had assumed that the universe that had been set up in here would be overly complicated and tied at length through several other books, but it wasn't, and I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to fall into the story, the characters, and the magical world of wizards, travelers, strange creatures, and the Ordered that Patrica Briggs had so believably, and creatively, embedded here in a realistic This was given to me from a friend, and was my first Patricia Briggs novel.

Before beginning, I had assumed that the universe that had been set up in here would be overly complicated and tied at length through several other books, but it wasn't, and I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to fall into the story, the characters, and the magical world of wizards, travelers, strange creatures, and the Ordered that Patrica Briggs had so believably, and creatively, embedded here in a realistic way.

I was hooked from the first chapter! Also, it was great to finally read a tale that not only fully featured a hero and heroine, but their family as well except Alinath, she can go to hell.

The kids were an important and welcoming addition to the storyline, and as interesting characters as well, which is something I'm not quite so used to seeing in many novels.

A definite, definite recommend from me to anyone else who enjoys fantasy and well written, thoughtful characters in general. Easily one of the best fantasy books I've read in a long while, and you can be sure that I'm going to be reading the next part, as well as the rest of her books.

Patricia Briggs has easily become my new favourite author after "Raven's Shadow". Sep 19, TJ rated it really liked it Shelves: clean , fantasy , kindle , reads.

Gosh, it is such a nice change to read about a married couple and their children fighting the battle of good together for a change! Briggs who could even make the Yellow Pages a must read.

The first half of the book was a bit slow going as the world building took center stage. But, even then we were shown it through the eyes Gosh, it is such a nice change to read about a married couple and their children fighting the battle of good together for a change!

But, even then we were shown it through the eyes of Seraph and her experiences, not through mindless info-dumps.

Once the major conflict was introduced, however, things took off at a good clip and the story became much harder to put down. I loved each of the children and their growth in developing and understanding their gifts.

I especially loved the closeness and love that each of them displayed for each other. Overall, this is a fabulous edition to the already amazing work that this author offers.

Jun 06, Anita rated it it was ok Shelves: fantasy-traditional. I read 90 pages of this and gave up.

I went to a Patricia Briggs book signing recently and she made fun of some of her early writings, saying "They really will publish anything," and now I get what she meant.

It's not that the story is bad, it's just that the writing is not one-tenth as tight as Ms. Briggs current works.

I can't explain it, but somehow I just don't care much about what happens next. This is a traditional fantasy set in a world where magic is known and sometimes feared.

Seraph, o I read 90 pages of this and gave up. Seraph, of the magical Traveler race and a powerful mage, is rescued by Tier, an ex-soldier, and ends up married to him with three kids.

Travelers have a sacred duty to keep the evil Stalker's powers in check by hunting down its agents, but Seraph turns from that to live a simpler life.

Then it all comes down to her and her family against evil. May 13, Aili rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , clean-romance. Patricia Briggs is my hero.

I am constantly amazed at her characters and the relationships they have with each other. Briggs has a great, healthy perspective on individuality, love, family, and romance.

Because her characters don't fit into the traditional fantasy mold, her plots can't be predictable. The cast of fully-developed charac Patricia Briggs is my hero.

The cast of fully-developed characters drive the story to places and situations no plot has gone before.

This book and its sequel gave me a fresh perspective when I was jaded to the genre. I want to be like PB when I grow up.

Jan 28, Tracy rated it it was amazing Shelves: ebook , kindle , fantasy. I devoured this book - it was absolutely great and so much fun to read.

Engaging characters, solid world building and just a good story. The kind of book that makes me excited about fantasy. It's the first of two books, but tells a self-contained story - refreshing in this age of epic series that never end and trilogies that leave you hanging.

Apr 27, Jackie Bennett rated it really liked it. This is a fun fantasy novel. The magical talents that several of the characters in this book have played out like they had 3rd edition dnd classes.

I like the fact that this fantasy had a mature heroine. Seraph is a traveller and she is rescued but the soldier Tier.

Travellers are not liked, they have magic, they are said to steal babies and all sorts of other stupid things. They are feared. Seraph and Tier gets married and 20 years later the real story starts.

A mature heroine with 3 kids, and a missing husband. Seraph was strong, and I liked her. Tier too, he was all nice.

The kind you just want to hug. I did get angry at all silly peasants I like the fact that this fantasy had a mature heroine. I did get angry at all silly peasants and alike.

They do not like the travellers, but the travellers are trying to protect these ignorant idiots. But I liked that. There is always some people at the bottom of the pecking order.

And it makes you wonder what will happen when all travellers have been killed. There was fantasy, magic and real life life too.

I liked that the book had an ending. So a good stand alone novel, but things are not solved so book 2, here I come.

Jan 13, Yvette rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy. I am a Patricia Briggs fan. I love her books because she always has strong female characters with realistic quirks.

A fun read for a rainy day! Jun 23, JJ rated it really liked it. This book doesn't know where the story starts. All of part one is is slow and wasted space in which nothing really happens.

It could be summed up in a couple sentences of backstory in part two. But once you get past that this really takes off. Very interesting characters, interesting magic system, and pretty gripping tension leading up to the big ending.

It is half of a duology and it very much feels like half, but it is a very enjoyable half. I think what I like most though is that Seraph is li This book doesn't know where the story starts.

I think what I like most though is that Seraph is like the competent "guy" and Tier is like ultra Mary-Sue but also damsel in distress.

I mean he makes the best of it, but I love the way the standard gender roles feel warped and more interesting than what one would expect.

And I like that she's like this fierce mother who just gathers up her kids, makes sure they are both safe and strong and then sets them on everyone.

This ended up being much more wholesome and satisfying than I could have expected. Nothing groundbreaking as far as fantasy plots and settings go: we have misunderstood magical gypsies, feared and killed because of their peculiar powers; an evil cult killing and torturing and doing other evil deeds; a puppet emperor trying to regain control of his reign; dark forces returning after centuries But it was a nice change to have protagonists who are not young adults dealing with their first real relationship, but rather a couple who has been married for twenty years.

And bonus po Nothing groundbreaking as far as fantasy plots and settings go: we have misunderstood magical gypsies, feared and killed because of their peculiar powers; an evil cult killing and torturing and doing other evil deeds; a puppet emperor trying to regain control of his reign; dark forces returning after centuries And bonus points for a hero who isn't an alpha male.

Sep 24, T. Michael rated it it was ok. It started off well, with a wandering "witch" traveler stuck in a small, scared village and a warrior comes to her saving.

The feel of the small village in a big country side always has a place in my heart, but then the story turned kind of boring. Jumping into the future with their children older and now needing to find and save her husband.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not against the woman saving the man. If it had started off with that and kept that strong parallel plot line going, I would have finished it.

Mar 10, Jacey rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , fiction. Having read Beguilement recently my first thought was that there were many similarities between the two books.

When I checked, Briggs actually beat Bujold to it by a couple of years, but I seriously doubt anything other than synchronicity caused the parallels.

There must have been something in the air. The Travelers sic look down of the villagers and the villagers are highly suspicious of the travellers.

In Beguilement there are Lakewalkers who are descended from the minor lords of a civilisation destroyed by magic and their job is to walk the land killing malices — emerging evil entities left over from something bad the ancient mage-lords did in the now-vanished city.

In both books the female protagonist is young and in need of protection and the male protagonist is older, more experienced — one an old soldier, one an old patroller.

In both cases the main protagonists are actually married to each other early in the proceedings. It took me a while to get to like Seraph, not helped by the near twenty-year gap between the end of Chapter Two and the beginning of Chapter Three while the oddly-matched couple raise a family on a marginal farm.

It turns out that despite being a non-traveller, Tier has Bardic gifts and is also much better at dealing with people than the spiky and hot-tempered Seraph.

Within a slow, somewhat slow-witted exterior, he harbours a volatile, half-mad, shape-changing killer, barely contained at the best of times, but totally unstoppable when any member of his family is threatened.

Why, for instance, does the secret society that has kidnapped Tier allow him almost free-run of their secret underground HQ? Maybe some of my doubts will be eliminated by the second book.

The story does resolve happily, but the second story picks up right where the first leaves off with a continuing threat.

Sep 15, Lisa rated it it was amazing. I'd have to sift through what bothers me about Mercy Thompson and Alpha and Omega - I think offhand I find Mercy's boy toy boring and wooden not in a good way.

Acting 16 when you're 26 isn't cute. Also Briggs urban fantasy feels predictable to me. Now, this book I really enjoyed. Reminds me of Patricia C.

Wrede's high fantasy or maybe Mercedes Lackey. I think fans of Ilona Andrews might like this too. Lots of fantasy tropes galloping around but for me they sort of provided a comfortable background and framework for creating an interesting magical system, good characterization, and good plot development.

Just really fun. I liked that the main characters were strong and smart but also vulnerable - not Mary Sues, not infallible, not unhurtable. The kids were really fun too.

A good universe in which there are actual costs and risks with power. I mean, really. Need help remembering a Fantasy book read too long ago. Book has 2 main gods, the Weaver and Destroyer.

They get locked away and 8 other gods gain their power in a sense. One god murders another. Readers also enjoyed. Science Fiction Fantasy.

About Patricia Briggs. Patricia Briggs. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.

Patricia grew up reading fairy tales and books about horses, and later developed an interest in folklore and history. When she decided to write a book of her own, a fantasy book seemed a n Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.

When she decided to write a book of her own, a fantasy book seemed a natural choice. Patricia graduated from Montana State University with degrees in history and German and she worked for a while as a substitute teacher.

Currently, she lives in Montana with her husband, children, and six horses and writes full time, much to the delight of her fans. Other books in the series.

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