Captain's Fury

Version: Unabridged
Author: Jim Butcher
Narrator: Kate Reading
Genres: Fantasy
Publisher: Penguin Audiobooks
Published In: March 2008
# of Units: 16 CDs
Length: 13 hours, 50 minutes
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Overview

Tavi of Calderon, now captain of his own Legion, has been fighting a bitter war for two years. Then he discovers the invading Canim warriors are harbingers of a far greater threat. The Canim are being hunted in their turn by a savage race that forced them from their homeland - and which has pursued them to the Aleran borders. With options fast running out, Tavi proposes an alliance with the Canim. But the Senate's new military commander wishes only to wipe out the Canim 'scourge', and would also kill Aleran slaves that have sought freedom with these aggressors. Tavi must reconcile Aleran and Canim, slavemaster and slave, Citizen and Proletarian, if an alliance is to be forced. And he must lead his Legion in defiance of the law, against both friend and enemy - before the greatest army of all launches its assault.

Reviews (1)

Captain's Fury

Written by nab6215 from Altoona, PA on August 6th, 2015

  • Book Rating: 5/5

It was a slow start because I hadn't been able to read the earlier books. Who were all these people with similar sounding names (who turned out to be on different sides)? Anyway there were a few "unexpected" plot twists, but once the action started I couldn't put it down. Before I knew it the book was down. Over all I found it satisfying for what is was Boston Chicken for the mind. And there are also a few good things to look forward to in the next book.

Author Details

Author Details

Butcher, Jim

Jim Butcher is the author of the "USA Today" best-selling series "The Dresden Files" for Roc and the high fantasy series "The Codex Alera" for Ace. "The Dresden Files" is also a successful series of audio books; has been optioned for a television series by the SCI FI Channel; and is currently being developed into an online roleplaying game. A martial arts enthusiast and a skilled equestrian rider, Jim lives in Missouri with his wife and son.