Treason's Shore

Treason’s Shore

Book Four of Inda

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Format
Mass Market Paperback
Price
$7.99
 
Additional Formats
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • ISBN 9780756406349
  • 784 Pages
  • DAW
  • Adult

Overview

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

After ten years of exile on the sea, Inda returned home to protect his country from attack by an ancient enemy. But he found his home utterly changed. His old classmate Evred, a formerly powerless younger prince, was not king—and made Inda is Royal Shield Arm, the leader of defense for his entire kingdom.

His country’s enemy, the Venn, were planning the largest naval attack in history, and the first line of defense would be in a critically strategic strait to the north. Control of this strait had been contested for generations, often by war, and Inda would need strong allies to overcome the Venn. Even with these allies, Inda would be severely disadvantaged and outnumbered. 

Could Inda, military genius but only one man, find a way to defeat the powerful navy of the Venn and bring peace to his battered homeland at last?
Treason's Shore

Treason’s Shore

Written by: Sherwood Smith

Praise

Praise for the Inda series:
 
“Smith deftly stage-manages the wide-ranging plots with brisk pacing, spare yet complex characterizations, and a narrative that balances sweeping action and uneasy intimacy.” —Publishers Weekly
 
“Pirates and plotters fill this swashbuckling sequel to Inda…. It’s full of action, adventure, and delightful larger-than-life characters.” —Locus
 
“All of the characters spring to life…. Smith’s rich details and imagery tie this story together. Complex and compelling.” —San Jose Mercury News
 
“Smith should rank high on any list of military writers…. A first-rate author boldly at play.” —SF Signal
 
Everything you want from a fantasy series—an interesting, fully developed world with several languages, environments, and cultures, a complex but not confusing plotline with a number of unexpected twists, really well-written action scenes, and above all, characters whose lives you follow and whose fates you care about.” —Diana L. Paxson, bestselling author of Sword of Avalon
 
“[The] beautifully structured Inda series [comes] to a resounding conclusion.” —Strange Horizons
 
“The complexity and depth and inventiveness that mark a first-rate fantasy novel…. This is the mark of a major work of fiction…. You owe it to yourself to read Inda.” —Orson Scott Card
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