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Butcher, Jim - Furies of Calderon · Read more · Furies of Calderon (Codex Alera, Book 1). Read more · Codex Alera 1 - Furies of Calderon · Read more. Butcher, Jim - Codex Alera 1 - Furies of Calderon Jim Butcher - Codex Alera 01 - Furies of Calderon · Read more Furies of Calderon (Codex Alera, Book 1). Furies of Calderon Codex Alera Book 1. Jim Butcher Ace Books ISBN: The course of history is determined not by battles, by sieges, or usurpations.
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I decided to start reading this book after reading "The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut's Windlass" and I really enjoyed that one so decided to give this one a try, I was not disappointed.
One word of warning, if you like to see a story arc conclude before you get thrown a new one, this book will probably annoy you in that case, it jumps perspectives right as something good read as exciting is about to happen to one character or another. That said I never felt that the interludes lasted long enough for me to lose to much of the suspense I felt from where it ended, but some of it was lost or mixed in with the suspense created from the "interlude", I call it an interlude but in reality you are following different characters that are well written and interesting, personally I have a tendency to get attached to one character or a group and I want to get their story and not everyone else, again that is just a personal tick if you can call it that.
All in all I would recommend the book if you enjoy fantasy and don't directly dislike jumping perspectives. The Codex Alera is a six book series. The series as a whole is quite good.
The first book is not. It is a mediocre book that was supposedly written as part of a challenge. The story goes that Butcher claimed that he could write a novel based on two lame concepts chosen by the challenger. Harry Dresden fans will be expecting a witty, clever book with lots of complex, memorable characters.
You won't find any humor in this series. In the first book, at least, the characters are two dimensional and unoriginal especially some legionaires who pop up late in the book. Having said all of that, the six-book series is definitely worth it, and so I recommend this book. All of these characters become much more interesting in the following books.
Butcher departs from the first-person perspective of the Dresden novels, and he actually pulls it off fairly well.
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Beware, however, that he "lies" to you from the third person perspective on a couple occasions. The character may perceive XYZ to be the truth, and this is presented as fact. Then it turns out that XYZ is wrong. I perceive this as Butcher adjusting a bit awkwardly to a format in which we are not seeing things from a first person perspective in which the narrator Harry is surprised to be wrong.
Furies of Calderon (Codex Alera, Book 1)
I like to read series I like to see the progression of the characters, how the stories evolve, and what new challenges emerge and are overcome - and if you do to you will likely want to plunge into the Codex Alera books.
There are 6 books, and all are centered on Tavi, who is introduced as an apprentice shepherd in Furies of Calderon. I have read the entire series, and by the end I was dreading each turn of the page because I didn't want to leave Alera the land where the tales are centered. I like Jim Butcher's writing, it is creative, descriptive, and moves at a good pace.
And it is clear a good editor was employed - the story arc is smooth across the series, with no significant holes in the narrative, and only a couple of typos I've read too many ebooks where no editor seems to have been employed - those books are tough to read.
He has some very engaging characters, some of the heroes, some villains and some that move from hero to villain and vice versa. I especially liked how the main protagonist Tavi is forced to rely on his wits to succeed, since he is "handicapped" by his lack of furycrafting upon reflection, this is similar to the Dresden Files - in which Harry often has to deal with creatures much more powerful than he is, so he has to rely on his wits to win.
Very good writing, characters, plot and narrative. I don't like series that don't ever end where the author produces a new book every months and leaves you with a teaser at the end to set up the next story. The 6 books in the Codex Alera series is definitely meaty enough to really get into the universe, but Butcher has also clearly ended the series by the end of book 6 even though there is sooooo much that could follow, if he decided to write another book or two set a decade or a century in the future.
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No notes for slide. Book details Author: Jim Butcher Pages: Ace Language: Synopsis book For a thousand years, the people of Alera have united against the aggressive and threatening races that inhabit the world, using their unique bond with the furies - elementals of earth, air, fire, water, and metal.