This book was great but the production of the audio book was terrible very disappointed.
I love to read but never have the time anymore. I found Audible and it has been a wonderful surprise!
It made me both laugh and cry.
I'm sorry to see the Canem land and the death of Gaius Sextus. This book is packed with a lot of draw dropping WTF moments and seriously did that just happen? I do have to say I got teary-eyed when Nasaug & Varg saw their family and clan again. It was an amazingly sweet moment. It was probably by far my fav book in the Codex series.
Loved the book series. Obviously, I was written by Jim Butcher, so that goes without saying. Love the app. I can finally find time to "read" even when I don't actually have time to read. It's been AMAZING. My complaint is only that they used a woman to read a largely male charactered book with war and battle. It minimized the effect of this particular series. It just doesn't seem to make sense to have a woman read a book that's about a main character that is male. I am a woman. I obviously don't have issues with females reading books. I read these books. But my opinion stands for this particular series.
Jim does it again. I love this story and I am so glad that I started it at this point. I'm not sure what I would do if I had to wait for the next book. Reading on, still enjoying, but I still hate those bloody horns!
Captain's Fury has been one of my favorite audiobooks and the Codex Alera series has been greatly entertaining for me. I was, unfortunately very disappointed in Princep's Fury. The book took a long time to develop. The last quarter of the book was very enjoyable, but it just took forever to get there. I normally enjoy Kate Reading, but this also wasn't her strongest performance.
Much of the book felt like it had been told before. In addition, after seeing great growth in all the characters through the first four books of this series, character development was flat in this book. Overall, this was a disappointing installment to a great series.
The storyline follows from the previous books and concludes with a bang that leaves you waiting to read the following book.
The only down side of this reading is that at times the cuts from one scene to the next were a little choppy. Besides that I would definitely recommend it to anyone. :)