Inda

Inda

Book - 2006
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Penguin Putnam
Acclaimed Inda series within Sherwood Smith's epic fantasy Sartorias-deles universe • Military fantasy woven with courtly politics, vast worldbuilding, and diverse characters

Indevan-Dal is the second son of the Prince and Princess of Choraed Elgaer, destined to become his elder brother Tanrid's Shield Arm-his military champion. Like all second sons, he is to be privately trained at home by Tanrid, the brother whose lands he will one day protect.

When the King's Voice comes to summon Inda to the Military Academy, he might well feel foreboding, or even fear-war is imminent-yet youthful Inda feels only excitement. But there are things that Tanrid hadn't prepared him for, and Inda will soon learn that the greatest threats to his safety will not come from foreign enemies, but from supposed allies within his own country.

Baker & Taylor
Inda, the second son of the Prince and Princess of Choraed Elgaer, is sent to the King's Academy where, while training to become his brother's military champion, he is subjected to cruelty at the hands of the other students and decides to fight back, but this is only the beginning of the trials and betrayals he must face. Reprint.

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& Taylor

Inda, the second son of the Prince and Princess of Choraed Elgaer, is sent to the King's Academy where, while training to become his brother's military champion, he is subjected to cruelty at the hands of the other students and decides to fight back.

Publisher: New York : DAW Books, 2006
ISBN: 9780756404222
Characteristics: 612 p. : maps ; 18 cm

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slang123
Mar 24, 2016

Really thought I would love this book - and I so enjoy finding a new series...kept it for the full cycle of 3 renewals and never got more than half way through.

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bobgrant
May 19, 2012

I really liked Inda. The world is complete, the characters believable. GIve yourself about 50 pages or so to get the hang of the names and the atmosphere; it is more complex than you think. I enjoyed the entire series; there are 4 books. A fifth set in the same world has just been released called Banner of the Damned.

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old23305006666552
Dec 20, 2011

OMG GREAT BOOK. READ IT.

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