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By Jim Butcher

ISBN-10: 0441013406

ISBN-13: 9780441013401

In Furies of Calderon, bestselling writer Jim Butcher brought readers to an international the place the forces of nature take actual shape. yet now, it's human nature that threatens to throw the area into chaos.

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All I could hear were the other kids laughing like it was the funniest thing they’d ever seen. I pretended not to care and tried to smile, relieved that they wouldn’t see the tears on my already wet face. ‘It’s only a joke, Steve, don’t be a baby,’ they’d say. It wasn’t very funny to me. I couldn’t swim. Every time they did it, I was convinced I would die. The bullying started a lot earlier than I even realised at the time. It would be more psychological than physical; my ‘friends’ would say or do something to make me look stupid – they’d take the mick out of me and I’d laugh along.

By now, word had got round about what I’d done to Paul and Ben. My classmates thought I was a bit weird, and that I had some kind of strange power, so they had steered clear of me ever since. Eventually, though, curiosity getting the better of them, they slowly gathered round. ‘It’s probably a load of rubbish,’ muttered one. I traced Gramps’s move and showed everyone how the green matches were in the red box and the red matches were in the red box, then I closed them and asked one of the kids to shake them.

Walking across the River Thames was one of the scariest things I’ve ever done. But sometimes you’ve got to go for your dreams, no matter what the risk. It’s better to try and to fail than it is to fail to try. I’ve gone from being an insecure kid growing up on the Delph Hill estate in Bradford to travelling around the world, meeting people from all walks of life, sharing the most wondrous thing I know: the power of magic. Now, I want you to join me on the ride. This book is about my life, sure, but it’s also more than that.

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