The Fox

The Fox

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Penguin Putnam
As the second son of the Prince and Princess of Choraed Elgaer, Inda was fated to protect the realm his older brother would inherit. Forced to flee his homeland before his thirteenth birthday, he finds himself on the perilous decks of a pirate ship, forcing himself never to think of all he has lost. But his military skills and inborn natural leadership ability cannot be erased, and four years later, Inda has become head of his own mercenary marine company, with a reputation for protecting merchant vessels against the marauding bands of pirates that plunder the waters.

Meanwhile, after the untimely death of Inda?s brother, his parents are desperately searching for their second son?for Inda is now the heir to Choraed Elgaer.



Random House, Inc.
As the second son of the Prince and Princess of Choraed Elgaer, Inda was fated to protect the realm his older brother would inherit. Forced to flee his homeland before his thirteenth birthday, he finds himself on the perilous decks of a pirate ship, forcing himself never to think of all he has lost. But his military skills and inborn natural leadership ability cannot be erased, and four years later, Inda has become head of his own mercenary marine company, with a reputation for protecting merchant vessels against the marauding bands of pirates that plunder the waters.

Meanwhile, after the untimely death of Inda?s brother, his parents are desperately searching for their second son?for Inda is now the heir to Choraed Elgaer.

Baker & Taylor
While attending the King's Military Academy, Inda unwittingly becomes a pawn in a vicious political struggle among the nobility after he tries to save the life of a classmate, which compromises his honor and sparks a civil war, forcing him to start a new life as a ship's boy on a merchant vessel where he must hide his true identity as he grows into manhood. Reprint.

Publisher: 2008
ISBN: 9780756404833
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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Jun 05, 2014

I absolutely love seafaring stories so the fact that the second book in this series is almost all set on a ship is fantastic. It has been a really long time since I read the first book in this series, thankfully it was a memorable book and I didn’t have a big problem remembering what had happened.

One of the features of this tale that I enjoy the most is all the different cultures in this world. I think the author has done a great job of creating all these different people and nations and the way they interact. I do love stories of a medieval fantasy type and all the military aspects that come with the books in this genre.

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