First Lord's Fury is the sixth and final book in the Codex Alera series. It is written by Jim Butcher and was published in With the remaining legions of Alera and thousands of refugees pressed to their last stand, Tavi races to assist his beleaguered people. Still on the return journey from Cania , Tavi undertakes advanced furycraft training from Alera on the giant ice ships of his fleet.
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Tavi of Calderon, now recognized as Princeps Gaius Octavian and heir to the crown, has achieved a fragile alliance with Alera's oldest foes, the savage Canim. But when Tavi and his legions guide the Canim safely to their lands, his worst fears are realized. The dreaded Vord - the enemy of Aleran and Cane alike - have spent the last three years laying waste to the Canim homeland.
And when the Alerans are cut off from their ships, they find themselves with no choice but to fight shoulder to shoulder if they are to survive. In this story, there are yet again multiple storylines. It may be useful to orient you as we go through all the storylines. You have Tavi that has traveled to Canea, escorting the Canim.
Isana is traveling to Antillus, hoping to gain assistance from the north to battle against the Vord invading in the south.
Bernard and Amara are heading into enemy lines in hopes of gaining intelligence about the Vord. Finally, First Lord Gaius is at the battlefront against the Vord. I thoroughly enjoyed this action-packed book. There were so many things going on plot-wise, it was a bit difficult keeping up. In particular, I was extremely shocked by Bernard and Amara. I thought their storyline in the last book was a bit boring, but this time around Amara thoroughly shocked me with her forethought and skill as a Cursor.
Personally, I thought she was making some stupid moves, but it turned out she had it all under control. It was interesting too to see Gaius at the front-lines for once and to have a storyline featuring him without any of the other main characters. I feel like he criticized Tavi with his choices in the last book, but this time he helped make the decisions on the battlefield.
For the first time, it felt like he was actually fighting for the future of Alera. In the end, however, I think this book felt like a filler book. It just made this book a bit difficult to follow at times and a bit frustrating at others. Also, what did you feel about the ending? The ending had a completely different feel to it compared to the previous four books.
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Princeps' Fury (Codex Alera)
A compulsively fast-paced fantasy adventure, set in a world where courage and ingenuity vie with magic and power. After bitter fighting, Tavi of Calderon has eventually forged an alliance with Alera s oldest foes, the savage Canim, and he must escort them on their long sea-voyage home. This will strain their fragile accord - but the worst is yet to come. The inhuman Vord have spent the last three years laying waste to the Canim homeland, making it a desolate place indeed. Then the Alerans become stranded there, cut off from their ships. The Canim alliance will be tested as they enter the killing fields together, depending on each other s strengths if they both are to survive.
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