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The Fox: Book Two of Inda

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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...

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Overview

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.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780756404833
  • Publisher: DAW
  • Publication date: 7/1/2008
  • Series: Inda Series , #2
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 784
  • Sales rank: 591,423
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Sherwood Smith started making books out of paper towels at age six. In between stories, she studied and traveled in Europe, got a Masters degree in history, and now lives in Southern California with her spouse, two kids, and two dogs. She’s worked in jobs ranging from counter work in a smoky harbor bar to the film industry. Writing books is what she loves best. She’s the author of the high fantasy History of Sartorias-deles series as well as the modern-day fantasy adventures of Kim Murray in Coronets and Steel. Learn more at www.sherwoodsmith.net.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2009

    Mixed review...

    I have mixed feelings about this book and those of the series. The main story line is exceptional; Smith's ability to create such a vivid setting is truly stunning. This is one of those rare books where you taste and feel as the characters do. However, this book and those in the rest of the series, are chock full of sexual content. I felt that this drastically lowered the quality of the story and the majority of this content was unnecessary thus hindering the flow of the story. Though the plot was amazing in it's originality and depth, I would not read this book again nor recommend it to anyone else.

    1 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2007

    Amazing

    There os one superlative review already for the Fox, which talk about the plot. My message is to those who have never encountered Sherwood Smith's books. I beg you to read her works, because once you experience Sartorias-deles, then it is imnpossible not to love it. 'Remember, Inda, which is the prequel to The Fox, and The Fox are meant for older teens and adults. However, her books, Crown Duel and Senrid, are okay for younger readers, though adults will love them too.' Sherwood Smith is my favorite author, because of her extraordinary characters. When I finished the Fox, I felt as if I had taken a walk in the characters' heads. I loved them, and it was hard to part from them. I promise, if you give them a chance, you will love them too.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2009

    CLEVER GIRL!

    Ms. Smith holds my attention! I look forward to the next installment.
    Reading Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel's Chosen, Matey!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    The Fox Sherwood Smith, Daw, August 2007, $25.95, 704 pp. ISBN 9780756404215 Exiled unfairly from home, Indevan makes a life for himself at sea eventually becoming the leader of a mercenary company that guards ships with valuable cargo from pirates. One day his luck runs out and he is captured by the pirate Gaffer Walic. He pretends to be Stupid until the time is right for him to lead a mutiny. He is a natural born leader and commander and most of pirates in Gaffer¿s mini armada agree to follow him although he trusts only the people who were captured with him. He decides to be a pirate who hunts other pirates something his former clients are thrilled to hear. He goes after the most brutal pirate leaders and then takes on the Brotherhood as a whole. His homeland is at war with the Venn who want their land to feed their ever growing population so he goes hunting Venn and eventually goes into the Venn empire as a spy to learn what their invasion plans are. Back at home, his older brother is murdered and he is the next heir to the principality of Choread Elgaer. The royals and his friends from home find it impossible to find him as Inde doesn¿t have a clue about all the changes that have happened and the different players in power since he left the kingdom. --- THE FOX takes up exactly where INDA left off and readers will be thoroughly transfixed by Inda¿s adventures. Although young he leads a group of sailors into fighting using military strategies people decades older than him would not think to employ. Sherwood Smith is a great world builder who makes the kingdom, the Venn Empire and the other places Inda travels seem very real. There is plenty of action but not at the expense of creating believable characters who make for stirring high seas adventures. --- Harriet Klausner

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