Very well done. I am enjoying this series.more with each book. I am glad I continued with the second then third book.
But the but I still have, and I may be very wrong to ask this rhetorical question; what butt decided to throw in such a rash and discordant noise as those trumpets? My two girls, both Siamese, get a look on their faces that is pure distain when, without a reason I can puzzle out, the noise is thrown in. .
This has by far been my favorite of the series so far! I love the growth of the main characters and strong relationships in the story. I love the narrator too! She makes the voices for each character unique even though there are plenty of characters.
Love it. It was an intriguing story. I love the way the plot was revealed slowly but with enough foreshadowing that it was fun to guess action to follow!
I'm gonna make this short and sweet. if you haven't read this series yet then do so. it's a fantastic series that deserves all the praise possible. Jim Butcher is a fantasy writing savant.
I loved the continuation of the story and the background information provided in this episode. It is woven with humor, intelligence and human nature. Kate R is a masterful narrator.
I'll admit I questioned whether I'd finish The Codex Alera after the first two books, enjoying both not feeling terribly invested in the characters futures. While Cursors Fury presents an fantastic and epic adventure for each of it's POV characters, the growth and backstory herein gives the reader both reason to care and a hook that should carry them to the end of the series, if only to see where there arcs lead. A fitting midpoint to the series read by a narrator whose skill has increased with each entry, Cursors Fury is a must for fans of High Fantasy.