Captains Fury (Codex Alera, #4)



After Two Years Of Bitter Conflict With The Hordes Of Invading Canim, Tavi Of Calderon, Now Captain Of The First Aleran Legion, Realizes That A Peril Far Greater Than The Canim Exists The Mysterious Threat That Drove The Savage Canim To Flee Their Homeland Now, Tavi Must Find A Way To Overcome The Centuries Old Animosities Between Aleran And Cane If An Alliance Is To Be Forged Against Their Mutual Enemy And He Must Lead His Legion In Defiance Of The Law, Against Friend And Foe Or No One Will Have A Chance Of Survival.Captains Fury (Codex Alera, #4)

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 626 pages
  • Captains Fury (Codex Alera, #4)
  • Jim Butcher
  • English
  • 16 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Captains Fury (Codex Alera, #4)

  1. says:

    My least favorite, so far.I love to read about Tavi and his immediate circle of friends Kitai, Max, Ehren, Crassus, Marcus I love to read about what political hijinks Lord Lady Aquitaine are up to, and what Lady Aria Placida, Issana Araris are doing to try to help stop them And I love to read about Fidelias and his struggle to play both sides against each other But Bernard and Amara are just as dull as dishwater.I mean, I like them, but I tend to zone out a tad when reading abou My least favorite, so far.I love to read about Tavi and his immediate circle of friends Kitai, Max, Ehren, Crassus, Marcus I love to read about what political hijinks Lord Lady Aquitaine are up to, and what Lady Aria Placida, Issana Araris are doing to try to help stop them And I love to read about Fidelias and his struggle to play both sides against each other But Bernard and Amara are just as dull as dishwater.I mean, I like them, but I tend to zone out a tad when reading about their adventures And this time around they were evenboring than usual.Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.Too big a chunk of the story was spent following Bernard, Amara, and Gaius on their loooooong journey to Lord Kalare s lands.They re heading into the woods Now it s raining Now they re in a swamp Will they make it in time to save the day And, yes It wasn t like things didn t happen to them on the journey, but none of those things needed to be described in any sort of detail Butcher could have told us where they wer...

  2. says:

    This installment picks up right where the previous one left, so expect some minor spoilers that I will try to minimize The rebellion of a High Lord still goes on the invading force is still present in Alera Tavi and other regulars of the series are still where they were left in the end of book 3 The High Lord of Alera decided that enough is enough and it is time to abandon the diplomacy and show people his raw power What is the problem with this It left Tavi to deal with diplomacy and resu This installment picks up right where the previous one left, so expect some minor spoilers that I will try to minimize The rebellion of a High Lord still goes on the invading force is still present in Alera Tavi and other regulars of the series are still where they were left in the end of book 3 The High Lord of Alera decided that enough is enough and it is time to abandon the diplomacy and show people his raw power What is the problem with this It left Tavi to deal w...

  3. says:

    4 stars Academ s Fury and Cursor s Fury were two of the best fantasy books I ve ever read I loved the snot out of them They took me on a whirlwind of a ride and so, by comparison, Captain s Fury was a slower burn,on par with the first book although the events that happened within this one still rocked my world It seemedlike a set up novel for the last couple books in the series and it did a great job generating some momentum I can t wait to finish this series almost everyt 4 stars Academ s Fury and Cursor s Fury were two of the best fantasy books I ve ever read I loved the snot out of them They took me on ...

  4. says:

    The series has definitely gotten better each book I m glad I stuck with it The less whiny Tavi gets the better.

  5. says:

    To me, this book has been the most fun in the series so far, which is great I read this as part of the Rainbowthon and I found myself managing to get through this is just 2 days, very exciting.This is set in a world where magic is the norm and everyone has at least one weak Fury kind of a magic spirit If you are very proficient with the Fury or Furies that you control and use then it slikely that you re a noble or someone who has a position of power, although some keep the true extent To me, this book has been the most fun in the series so far, which is great I read this as part of the Rainbowthon and I found myself managing to get through this is just 2 days, very exciting.This is set in a world where magic is the norm and everyone has at least one weak Fury kind of a magic spirit If you are very proficient with the Fury or Furies that you control and use then it slikely that you re a noble or someone who has a position of power, although some keep the true extent of their powers hidden.There are three major races in this book who we follow The Aleran s are the main race that most of our central character s are from We then have the Marat race which is largely based on tribes and customs, and have very different ways to the Aleran s Finally we have the Canim who are a super large w...

  6. says:

    3.5 stars Another excellent installment in what has turned out to be an above average epic fantasy series The description of the book tells enough about the story that I won t re hash the plot and will simply point out a few things I like about the story The progression of Tavi from young, naive, fury less Country boy to a veteran, capable, fury full is that a word Captain of the Aleran forces has been thoughful, understandable and well done I also find myself really liking the characters 3.5 stars Another excellent installment in what has turned out to be an above average epic fantasy series The description of the book tells enough about the story that I won t re hash the plot and will simply point out a few things I like about the story The progression of Tavi from young, naive, fury less Country boy to a veteran, capable, fury full is that a word Captain of the Aleran forces has been thoughful, understandable and well done I also find myself really liking the characters Butcher has created and believe that he has done a better job in this series at fleshing out the characters and making them three dimensional than in hispopular Dresden books...

  7. says:

    Butcher crafts a compelling fantasy These are some of the first books in years that have given me chills during some of thestirring scenes Can t recommend the series enough Hail Octavian

  8. says:

    Perfection 5 Every book has gotten better for me and I loved them from the beginning Instead of a book of theories and questions it was an entire book of ANSWERS The battle scenes werecondensed and that leftroom for personal storylines LOVE this series

  9. says:

    Executive Summary While this one didn t live up to my memory of it, it s still a really fun read with a lot to like.Audio book At this point, I m used to Kate Reading as a reader and can t imagine anyone else doing it Full Review I originally maintained my 5 star rating after finishing my reread, but I think if I m honest and rate it how I woul...

  10. says:

    Another solid addition to this series I ve been partially listening to these books, and now there is one person ahead of me in line from the library for the audiobook of book 5 Sad.Also, I very much appreciate that the audiobooks are narrated by a woman In my experience, that only tends so happen when the protagonist is female, and in this case, it is not.Edit I ve wanted to start mentioning it when fantasy authors address periods, especially male authors Jim Butcher both acknowledged cramp Another solid addition to this series I ve been partially listening to these books, and now there is one person ahead of me in line from the library for the ...

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