Yes, my books finally arrived, all of them. Can you guess what I've been doing.
If you said reading them..... then you get a cookie ;P, If you said reading and re-reading them then you get a cake.
Dark Creed; An outstanding third book to this story line. Quite a few references to the Heresy, and a few hidden jem's amonge them.
This book also has the best boarding action I've had the pleasure to read.
Question; How many Imperial Guardsmen and Loyalest Astartes does it take to hold against a Word Bearers' planetary Assault force of 6 to 7.5 thousand?
This book will tell you.
4.5 of 5 stars
Sons of Dorn; You meet the three main players of this book in Hero's of the Space Marines. Imperial Fists scouts are the defenders of a world being ravaged by an Emperors Children Warband an a Heresy era Traitor IG Regiment. Can they hold out untill Captain Lysander and his companies return to assist.
Not a bad book, not a great one either. To me it contained a little to much "history" of the three asprints working toward Brother status than was needed. But that might just be me.
3.75 of 5 stars
Rynn's World; When the Arch-Arsonist of Charadon comes calling what do you do?
Blow yourself up, and still kick his butt.
An excellent read. Unfortunatly the end seemed a bit rushed. It could have used ...oh.....another 500 pages. Actually it just reads fast. To the point you can't put it down.
5 of 5 stars
Black Tide; a fantastic pick up where the last book left off.
Blood Angels and Flesh Tearers' unite to find and kill Fabius Bile and retrive the stolen vitea of Sanguinius. Along the way you learn that the Blood Angels tend to misplace items of great value litterally all across the Galaxy, that the Ad-Mech have the most wonderfull toy's, and what Fabius Bile is actually trying to create.
5 of 5 stars
"Naval infantry, really?" - I've had this discussion online myself, and I've seen it come up in many other discussions. WH40K assert that the Imperial Navy have no infantry. Yes, the ...
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