A review by minsies
The King's Sword by C.J. Brightley


If you are looking for some sort of Bildungsroman thing that is pretty much wall-to-wall dudes (and some really strange attitudes about women from Kemen that just keep trundling on - those women are totally bizarre, right? But beautiful, right? And so difficult to understand!), then, hey, go to town.

It's OK for that - there are no surprises at all, if you're at all familiar with fantasy tropes. It moves fairly quickly. There are some fights. There are also a lot of descriptions of sleeping outside. And cooking outside. And doing a lot of wandering, you know. outside.

Enh. It's fine, I guess. Not really my kind of thing.