First Lord's Fury - Jim Butcher Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841498513 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Jim Butcher / Paperback / 704 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-06 by Orbit
Newest Review: ... of First Lord, Tavi, is returning from Canea with many of the defeated Canim soldiers with him. Tavi believes that even if ... more
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by - written on 26/09/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I've read several of Butcher's ''Dresden Files'' series and enjoyed them. In the most recent novels in that series, there has been a section in back where he talks about his love for the old style swords and horses fantasy genre. Being quite a fan of that kind of thing myself, I was keen to find out how good Butcher's take on the genre was. In ''First Lord's Fury'', the concluding part in Jim Butcher's six-part ''Codex Alera'' series, the land of Alera is struggling under the weight of an invasion by the Vord. The First Lord of Alera has been killed in battle and with his son already dead and his grandson away fighting in Canea, there looks likely to be a ... Read the complete review
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