King’s Shield (book 3 of Inda), by Sherwood Smith

Some of you may recall that I reviewed books 1 and 2 on Tuesday, adiposity and announced that book 3 had been released. Yes, viagra it took me two days to read all 600 pages of King’s Shield. I am not embarrassed by this at all. I might have finished it, had Ben not plucked it out of my hands the minute he got home, with the entirely reasonable suggestion that I finish it tomorrow while he was at work. I grumbled, but let him read. I finished it about twenty minutes after he got home from work on Wednesday, but that was close enough for jazz, right?

I’m going to admit up front that I have a bit of a conflict of interest in reviewing this book; I got to read it in draft form. However, it’s not as if I’m getting paid to review books, and I didn’t get paid to read the draft, so I’m just not going to give it a number of stars at the end. Since book 2 ended with a bit of a cliffhanger and book 3 starts right where it left off, though, I’m going to cut the plot discussion. (My apologies for those reading it on Livejournal.) Continue reading King’s Shield (book 3 of Inda), by Sherwood Smith