Yes, I enjoy Butcher's story-telling.
The confrontation between Tavi and Senatro Arnos' singulares.
She does well enough. I find the horns in the narration to be random and annoying.
Drop the horns.
I have to say, I think each book in this series gets better. I really liked this one. It took a couple of turns I didn't see coming.
I am sorry there aren't more books to this series.
I have listened to them all. Very entertaining.
Jim Butcher and Kate Reading are both geniuses and the proof is in this saga. I don't know what to say that hasn't been said already. This is fantasy at its finest!
Yes and I already have and they all love it. Butcher finally did a good job with this series. The dresden files where horrible and boring. But the Codex Alera is one of the best fantasy series ever.
Kate Reading is the best narrator that there is.
Avid fan of sci-fi and James Marsters, I use audio books to inspire me to exercise, taking them on morning walks. It's a perfect combo!
I've enjoyed this series, but this book really brings many of the personal relastionships to the fore and clears up many of the mysteries that have been building. I must say I've enjoyed this book the best by far. Well written and well narrated. Some fight scenes carry on a bit long for my tastes in this series, but this book did not have that issue for me as there was more character development and adventure with fewer actual battle scenes. Very well done all around.
The whole series is fantastic, this book however is the best of the bunch. Without revealing the plot Tavi becomes the man we've been waiting for in this book. I have finished the entire series and I still go back and listen to some of my favorite scenes in Captain's Fury. This is something I rarely do, download this series you won't be disappointed.
Absolutely, although you must read the previous books in the series.
She is just awesome! She has an accent for each character and I could easily tell who they were when she spoke. She speaks clear, precise, and with just the right amount of emotion.
If I had the time, yes.
I'm really enjoying this series. I know I will be sad when it ends after book 6.
Well written well read...
Since I haven't read the hard copy my speling of Fidelious is probably wrong but he is the most interesting character in this story....he's betrayed the crown in the first book for what he believed was the best course of action for the stability of the realm and in every book has worked opposite our heros aims but hes not illogical in his opposition and since discovering that our hero is actually an undiscovered heir to the throne his observation of our hero and placement under him in a positon of trust and influence over the heirs survival and image(unbenowst to the young heir) while still under the patronage of lady Aquitaine puts him in the pefect place to either send the realm into civil war or to ally himself again with the crown with no forgiveness and at great personal risk......his decision is the fulcrum of the entire book and Buthcher see-saws us with glee to a conclusion that is unexpected and only partially resolved for the time being.....
K'tai is well done...a bouncy flirty no nonsense attitude and constant bemusement with the madness in the logic of others around her comes through in kates interpretation.....well read
Tons of emotion in all the intrique and battle going on....
The characters and the suspense.
The voyage through the leviathans.
All of them are!
Keep 'em coming Jim.