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Ravenor (Warhammer 40,000 Novels) von Dan Abnett
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Eisenhorns best, 1. Juni 2004
Although confined in a dark coffin Ravenor - pupil of the renown Eisenhorn - proves to be one of the imperiums finest inquisitors. While his strong and veteran team of interogators brings the muscle and a vast range of special abilities, without his own powerful psychic domination the whole operation in this hunt for heretical drugs would crumble and fall. Dan Abnett once more proves to be fast pace while providing the reader with sufficient additional information and detail to build up an authentic athmosphere for the passionate sci-fi gourmet. This one's quite enjoyable and highly recommendable.
Witch Hunter (Warhammer Novels) von C. L. Werner
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Dreadfull criminal novel, 1. Juni 2004
The life of a witchhunter is paved with mystery and dread. Sometimes things aren't like they seem to be. In the life of one of the imperiums most loyal witch hunter families a dark secret is hidden by passion and loyalty through centuries of devote service to the emperors cause. But the facade begins to crumble as things develop odd in the small city of Klausberg. In the end witchhunter Thulmann succeeds in solving the case of Klausberg with a high price to pay for the once devote Family of the Klausberg line. The author provides a dark environment for an even darker criminal case. Pace is fast but sometimes to stricken with morality. Still the story provided good hours of dark amusement.
Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior: Prima's Official S&hellip von Elliott Chin
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The 40k warfare from tau perspective. One would imagine a more distinguished version of the raging epic conflicts but the story is rather limited to the plain perspective of the fire caste warrioe Kais, getting involved in his first field action, struggling with his self awareness and a whole lot of enemies. There are no unforeseeable turnpoints but the action is pretty fast. The book works good with the video-game. Definitely not a must have but still quite amusing.