First Lord's Fury
For Gaius Octavian, life has been one long battle. Now, the end of all he fought for is close at hand. The brutal, dreaded Vord are on the march against Alera. And perhaps for the final time, Gaius Octavian and his legions must stand against the enemies of his people. And it will take all his... show more
For Gaius Octavian, life has been one long battle. Now, the end of all he fought for is close at hand. The brutal, dreaded Vord are on the march against Alera. And perhaps for the final time, Gaius Octavian and his legions must stand against the enemies of his people. And it will take all his intelligence, ingenuity, and furycraft to save their world from eternal darkness.
Publish date: November 24th 2009
Publisher: Ace Hardcover
Pages no: 465
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
Series: Codex Alera (#6)
Codex Alera is Jim Butcher's straight-out traditional fantasy series, as compared to his urban fantasy "Harry Dresden" series, set in a slightly different Chicago, or his "Cinder Spires" series (only the first book of which is out, that being The Aeronaut's Windlass), which has a more steampunk vibe...
Oh Mr. Butcher, You are so good, you left me in sad/happy tears. I hated to say goodbye to Tavi after spending a year with him and his companions. I loved and hated them, they became a part of me. His story ended so well, so beautifully weaved through horrors, happiness and heartbreaks. I was there ...
Epic conclusion to Tavi's journey from boy to man, politics and intrigue, and Alera's quest for victory in the face of the enemy.I felt this book was the weakest in the series, although I still very much enjoyed it. I was so invested in these characters over the course of the previous 5 books, and t...
4.5 *s but I'm rounding up because I really enjoyed the whole series. I have to say that the ending of this one fell a little flat for me. Maybe my expectations were just too high but there were so many great moments throughout the book (and the series) and the final battle between Tavi & the vord...
I am of mixed feelings about Codex Alera. It was good and nothing about it will surprise you. If Jim Butcher wrote another fantasy series I would not hesitate to pick it up as light reading, but I'm not entranced.The last book has the following format:battle prepbattlebattlebattle prepbattlebattleba...