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Princeps’ Fury by Jim Butcher

My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars

Finished reading Princeps’ Fury at midnight last night, and it was so blasted good, I downloaded Book 6, First Lord’s Fury,  immediately, and started right in on it. Of course, I fell asleep before I finished the first chapter, but at least I found out what happened in the next scene. This series is SO action-packed, and filled with courageous souls doing heroic things, I just can’t put it down. It’s fun, it’s fast-paced, and it’s scary as heck at times. In short, I love it. And I highly recommend you start with Book 1,  Furies of Calderon, and read straight through. Yes, the books are long and there are SIX of them. But, they are oh, so worth it!

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2 thoughts on “Princeps’ Fury by Jim Butcher

  1. While I have read several of Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files books, I have yet to read any of the Codex Alera series. Hopefully, I’ll be checking it out soon. 🙂

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  2. Hi, Skye! I have had Book 1 as a paperback for several years, and just didn’t think I would enjoy it. I lean much more heavily toward urban fantasy, enjoying the things that go bump in the night more if they are slinking around in MY world. But I got a real itch to read some Jim Butcher, and HIS urban fantasy, The Dresden Files, doesn’t have a new book being released for quite some time. So I bit the bullet and gave the first Codex Alera book a try, and man, I was hooked.

    It’s obvious that Butcher’s writing has gotten stronger over the years, but I felt that way about the Dresden Files books, too, so it wasn’t surprising. Besides, shouldn’t we all get better with each book we write? Anyway, this series has been a great roller coaster ride, and I’m sorry this is the last book. I think. But now, what will I do to get my Butcher fix until the next Dresden book arrives? 😯

    I highly recommend it. The Dresden Files is still my favorite, because, hello…Harry Dresden! Wizards don’t get any better than him! Or any more fun. But in the meantime, I’ve really enjoyed the Codex Alera series.


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