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Treason's Shore (Inda, #4)
Anne Osterlund's review
Nov 03, 2009
What I love about Inda is his innocence. Despite the betrayals, torture, and numerous battles, Inda remains pure of thought and intention. He believes in loyalty. He trusts his friends. And they, in turn, want to protect him. A warrior. A military leader. A genius. Who has to be reminded to eat without slurping his soup. Who feels inadequate when he cannot train a group of 12-year-old boys to fight perfectly. Who, when faced with the impossible, goes. Executes. And takes none of the credit. And who, when faced with a moral choice, makes the only one he can. Inda is still Inda, even in the last 100 pages of the fourth 6 to 800 page book. And that is what I loved about Treason’s Shore.
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