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review 2016-06-21 13:45
Booknote: The Blood Angels Omnibus
The Blood Angels Omnibus, Volume 1 - James Swallow

The novels and short story tell the story of Space Marine Rafen and his blood brother Space Marine Arkio. When Arkio comes into contact with the Spear of Telestro, an ancient Blood Angels' relic recently recovered, Arkio experiences new powers and visions. He then claims to be the reincarnation of Sanguinius, the Blood Angels' Primarch. Many of the Blood Angels rally to Arkio but not all. Rafen is one of those with doubts, and the novels lead to their inevitable confrontation as the Blood Angels are plunged into an internal conflict.

 

Check out the full review of this at The Itinerant Librarian by clicking on the link above.

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review 2014-02-05 21:16
The Imperium's Civil War Comes to Mars
Mechanicum - Graham McNeill

I have posted my review of the novel Mechanicum on my blog, The Itinerant Librarian. This is the 9th book in the Horus Heresy series, and if the Adeptus Mechanicum interest you, it is one to pick up.

 

Click on the link to check out the review.

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review 2011-04-29 00:00
Heart of Rage (Warhammer 40000)
Heart Of Rage - James Swallow These tale follows a discovery of a tyranid bio-ship by the Imperial Navy and since it's valuable item in the war against them they call the Blood Angels. Our main characters are Brother Librarian Nord and Brother Sergeant Kale. From the beginning we learn that not all things are what it seems and someone knows more than they are telling them. After hearing these story I want to start digging in on the books he wrote. This story is more that Space Hulk adventure. We learn more about Blood Angels and their genetic taint.

The narrator and every character was voiced by Toby Longworth and he try to give them each own voice and maneirism but it was confusing. The sound-effects are good and not overdone as other books tend to do.

If you follow Blood Angels or 40k for that matter then listen to this audiobook but I think it's better to read it. And from what I know it's avaiable through BL Print on Demand book.
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