Now that Josan has discovered the truth - that his soul has been relocated to the body of Prince Lucius, failed rebel leader - the young monk must find a way to survive both physically and mentally. How will he compete with a consciousness that grows stronger by the day? Or with the cutthroat world of Ikarian politics? Christopher Kipiniak brings Patricia Bray's thrills to life in his performance of The Sea Change: Chronicles of Josan. His attentive tone alludes to the danger, subterfuge, and psychological torment that lie behind every corner in this fantasy staple.
Between a mysterious past and a treacherous future lies one lost man - and a magic that has changed the world forever….
After years of exile, shattered dreams, and confusion, Josan has finally discovered he is not the simple monk he appeared to be. Nor is he the victim of a mysterious fever, as he was led to believe. Instead his soul had been magically shifted into the body of the condemned Prince Lucius, leader of a failed rebellion against the rightful monarchs of the kingdom of Ikaria. And though Josan is the dominant personality in that body, the remnants of Lucius’s mind grow stronger each day.
When the Ikarian royal family is slaughtered in a bloody assassination, Josan/Lucius is not only the prime suspect but the sole remaining legitimate heir to the throne. With Ikaria in chaos, can Josan clear himself from suspicion in time to keep the wolves from the door? And can he ever integrate the two souls that now inhabit a single body?