The Tinderbox: Soldier of Indira
Everson leaves everything behind to become a soldier, as all Indiran men should. But when Everson’s parents force him to serve and in his first real battle, everything goes wrong. When a chance meeting with the king’s daughter changes everything, Everson is sent on a quest that could mean he holds the fate of two worlds in his hands. Lost on a strange world full of people who want him dead, Everson finds himself taking on a bigger role than a mere soldier.
Not everything is as it seems, people aren’t who they say they are, and the war isn’t as straightforward as you’re supposed to believe. The story is very much plot-driven, with vast and complex worlds at play, meaning I didn’t feel much for the characters. They were different from each other, and the small cast made it easy to keep track of who’s who. The tinderbox itself didn’t take much of a role, it was there when there was no other way out of a situation, but I would have like to see more of it, especially since it’s what the book is titled after.
|Author||Lou Diamond Phillips|
|Page Count||278 pages|
|Publisher||Aethon Books, LLC|
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