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Blood of Asaheim (Space Wolves, Band 1) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 9. April 2013

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Chris Wraight is a writer of fantasy and science fiction, whose first novel was published in 2008. He's written several books set in the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 universes, including the bestselling Space Marine Battles novel Battle of the Fang. He doesn't own a cat, dog, or augmented hamster (which technically disqualifies him from writing for Black Library), but would quite like to own a tortoise one day. He's based in a leafy bit of south-west England, and when not struggling to meet deadlines enjoys running through scenic parts of it.


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Von Matthias am 25. November 2013
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ein schlagkräftiger Roman rund um die Geschehnisse einer Space Wolve Rudel Mission. Jedem Kenner der Serie ist klar was man bei den Wölfen zu erwarten hat: blutige und zugleich rasante Auseinandersetzungen zwischen den Wölfen und allem was sich in den Weg stellt. Der Roman ist gut geschrieben und nur schwer aus der Hand zu legen. Interessant ist das die Handlung der Geschichte nicht im Schlachtgetümmel untergeht, sondern sich als interessant und spannend erweist.
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Ein archetypischer Teil des Wh40k-Universums sind die Space Wolves, die Krieger des Imperators vom Eisplaneten Fenris.
Die Wolves spielen in diesem Roman auch die Hauptrolle; nebenbei dürfen auch Adeptus Sororitas, eine Famula und - indirekt - die Deathwatch eine Rolle spielen.

Was geschieht den Space Wolves in diesem Roman?
Ein Wolfsrudel wird auf einen Planeten entsandt, um dort einer bestehende Chaos-Invasion (Nurgle) entgegenzutreten und die mehr als schwache Garnison einer Stadt zu verstärken. Dabei treffen sie auf Sororitas, die den Space Wolves natürlich nicht wirklich vertrauen. Um die Lage noch zu erschweren brechen Konflikte im Wolfsrudel aus, als sich der Anführer mit einem seiner Marines zerstreitet.
Wie die Geschichte ausgeht, will ich nicht verraten.

Die Story liest sich flüssig, die Beschreibung der Kämpfe ist actionreich, schillernd sind die Aktionen der Space Wolves. Die Gewaltdarstellungen sind nicht gerade sparsam eingesetzt, passen aber in den Roman und in das Wh40k-Universum.
Einen Stern Abzug erhält der Roman, da meiner Ansicht nach der erste Teil, die Zeit auf Fenris, zwar für den Space Wolves-Fan in diesem Umfang interessant ist, aber etwas schleppend vor sich geht.

Für Spieler bzw Spielleiter eines Wh40k-Rollenspiels, Deathwatch im Speziellen, enthält der Roman auch eine Menge Ideen für ein Abenteuer.

Fazit: Spannender Roman, interessante Charaktere, ordentlicher Stil. Weiter so!
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HASH(0x9d3e6bdc) von 5 Sternen Mostly a nice surprise 13. April 2013
Von JPS - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was both a bit weary and rather curious about this book, largely because after the author's superb "Battle of the Fang", I was afraid to be disappointed because I did not think that Chris Wraight could do as well again. In truth, this one is not quite as good, although it is still worth a very respectable four stars in my view, and I was therefore NOT disappointed. So, what is to like in this one?

The prologue is great, with an opening scene that simply throw you into the book. After that, you get introduced to Space Wolf Ingvar and his difficult return among his pack after more than half a century. With little time to adjust, both he and his pack, or rather what is left of it, get send to garrison what seems like a backwater, a shrine world held by the Sisters of Battle of the Broken Heart. There a rather nasty surprise awaits them on arrival because the shrine world is under attack by elements of plague-ridden Death Guard and a vast army of their followers. I will not tell anymore of the story, to avoid any spoilers, but the plot is rather good, even if not excellent.

However, rather than the plot itself, the book's two main qualities are the characterisation and the battles. Concerning the latter, I was particularly impressed by the book's opening scene, by a ferocious void battle opposing the Wolves' old frigate to a powerful enemy destroyer and by the fights opposing corrupt but nevertheless very powerful Death Guards to the Space Wolves. With regards to the characters, and beyond the specificities ascribed to each of the Wolves, two common features stand out and run through the whole book. The Space Wolves, like the whole of the Empire, have seen better days, and the mixture of decline and weariness that the author manages to convey is quite remarkable.

The second feature that needs to be highlighted is the author's ability to depict the savage Wolves as not invincible and doubting. Showing the Wolves as fierce but exposed to human feelings and sentiments, whether a weariness of the mind, a lack of self-assurance, doubt and jealousy can initially seem surprising. It is however in line with both the Battle of the Fang and with Prospero Burns, where the Wolves' humanity and vulnerabilities sometimes appear, despite all efforts made to hide it. An additional element is the author's ability of showing the complex interactions between the pack members and their hidden fears. I was, however, less impressed by the characterisation of the Sisters of Battle, although it was not bad.

There was however one element that annoyed me. This is something that most authors of the Black Library tend to do when they set out to write a series. They publish books that are not self-sufficient. More precisely, they leave a number of loose ends as they finish each volume and they tend to cut off the story rather abruptly. This is the case here.

Four stars, but not five.
HASH(0x9d3ebfb4) von 5 Sternen Slow start, great finish 17. Juli 2014
Von Justareader - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This was a great book. I enjoy it more once it got to part two. The first part however was like an drawn out series of conversations about Invagr(I hope I spelt that right) return and everyone affect about it. Also about the new recruit who is just awesome by the way, he adds a lot of hope and comedy flavor to the book in a warhammer 40k kind of way. I also enjoyed the indirect pairings of Sisters with Space Marines, I think three marines with three sisters had a sort of connections/bond. Was enjoyable to say the least. I did not think space marines and sisters of battle could get along so well.
HASH(0x9d3f6ca8) von 5 Sternen Wolf hunted 22. Mai 2013
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If you love Space Wolves by William King this book is a worth successor. It is written with a different voice of an outsider rather than the Herioc voice of Ragnar. This book centers around a Space Marine just released from Inquisition's DEATH WATCH. The struggle an elite warrior transition back into his old sqaud. Thier is great sub plot surrounding the death of sqauds former leader and the inquisition. The Wolves are sent to a world ruled by religious zealots to fight off a plauge of chaos warriors. Worth your time and money to pass a spring rainy day or long lazy summer day with this book.
HASH(0x9d3e6c24) von 5 Sternen Why am I so bleh about this book? 25. Juni 2014
Von KWCrysler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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So I started this book looking forward to the next adventure of the Space Wolves. But the more I read, the more confused I got. The plot is decent, the action is not badly written... Overall, it's not bad a book. But something was bothering me. Finally, i was able to recognize what it was that was bothering me. These Space Wolves... Didn't SPEAK like Space Wolves. Oh, every so often, they would yell out the typical war yells of the Vlka Fenryka, But the rest of the time, they spoke like... Well, anybody but Space Wolves. Even Ragnar Blackmane didn't talk like himself. This book could have been written inserting any other chapter for the Wolves. Which is too bad. Eh... better luck on the next one.
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HASH(0x9d3f0030) von 5 Sternen Meh, its alright. 14. September 2015
Von Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There's this thing called character development, but I guess Aaron Dembski-Bowden is the only Warhammer author to ever hear of it. Also, I thought the Space Wolves theme was bland. Take away all the made up names and words and it becomes every other Space Marine Chapter. The plot was also a bit weak. "Oh, a shrine worlds under attack? Plague stuff is gross? Aahh."
The Sisters of Battles were well done, however, props on that front. Bajola was a nice touch. Also, to not completely shame this read, its not 'bad', its just typical. Wraight's writing isn't wowing, but its defiantly pretty good. Also, the amount of descriptions that the guy gives on everything is great, I love that, because not all Warhammer does that. His style was good enough for me to want to finish this, pick up the sequel, and read anything else by him if I see it around, even if it won't be amazing.
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