The King's Shield Inda | Book 3 Horror Book Review
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Darkbound is an amazing book. Michaelbrent Collings outdid himself with this book. It is not at all what I thought it would be. I took three nights to finish this book because I stayed up way past my bedtime. Darkbound was so suspenseful that I just kept on reading to…
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Don’t be mistaken by the title of my review. I have read longer books than this one. 608 pages may seem like an adventure and bargain but really, the book seemed to go on forever. I absolutely loved the first two books in Inda’s series. The cliffhanger’s at the end of each seduced me into buying the next. So I willingly paid $13 to continue on this journey. That is enough for me to have bought at least 3 other kindle books. Unfortunately, there was really no detering me from purchasing this.
You don’t need me to summarize the plot. Plenty of reviewers have already lept at the chance. I want to use my review to give you realistic expectations on the book you are considering buying. This book is not like Inda or the Fox.
Through each of the previous books, the number of narrators increased. In “King’s Shield: Book Three of Inda” the number was ridiculous. I had to keep turning back pages - quite a difficulty with a kindle - to figure out who the person talking was. It became hard just to keep track of the names and I soon lost interest. Lastly, all these interuptions, er narrations, took away from the plot. It was dragged out (a nightmare) and did not flow smoothly despite many (obviously) good ideas. I will always love the world Sherwood Smith created in this series but this book was an enormous letdown.