Fire Caste

Fire Caste First Black Library Novel Starring The Mysterious Alien Race The TauIn The Jungles Of The Dolorosa Coil, A Coalition Of Alien Tau And Human Deserters Have Waged War Upon The Imperium For Countless Years Fresh Imperial Guard Forces From The Arkhan Confederates Are Sent In To Break The Stalemate And Annihilate The Xenos But Greater Forces Are At Work, And The Confederates Soon Find Themselves Broken And Scattered As They Fight A Desperate Guerrilla War, Their Only Hope May Lie In The Hands Of A Disgraced Commissar, Hell Bent On Revenge. Fire CastBefore you start reading this book, you should know it wouldn t be easy Fire Caste requires quiet a lot from its readers they should be attentive to the details, sensitive to speech and language nuances and most of all they should be ready to embrace the madness, despair and bitterness of this story If you want a book about brave Defenders of Humanity defeating horrific enemies this book is not for you, because there is nofrightening enemy for a man here than his own sins Fire CastBefore you start reading this
If you re into bolter porn then this book is not for you However If you re after an intelligent and highly original take on the 40K universe then this book is very refreshing indeed Brilliantly drawn characters several of them female which is sadly a bit of a rarity in the 40k universe , some intense action, and an interesting story arc This is just the kind of a shot in the arm Black Library needs Word of caution however, don t be misled by the title, this is really an Imperial Guard no If you re into bolter porn then this book is not for you However If you re after an intelligent and highly original take on the 40K universe then this book is very refreshing indeed Brilliantly drawn characters several of the
Blood for the God Emperor now there s irony Fire Caste by Peter Fehervari is a rather unique novel about a Imperial Guard regiment known as the 19th Arkan Confederates They are sent to Phaedra a jolly holiday venue known as a almost death world it as bad as it sounds The planet isn t the most friendly of places, tropical climates, plant life that kills a man, fungal diseases that infect a man on a biological level, insects bigger than a man, renegade Imperial Guard units, a Imperial co Blood for the God Emperor now there s irony Fire Caste by Peter Fehervari is a rather unique novel about a Imperial Guard regiment known as the 19th Arkan Confederates They are sent to Phaedra a jolly holiday venue known as a almost death world it as bad as it sounds The planet isn t the most friendly of places, tropical climates, plant life that kills a man, fungal diseases that infect a man on a biological level, insects bigger than a man, renegade Imperial Guard units, a Imperial command structure who ineffective did I mention the Tau Oh there on Phaedra as well Both sides have fought to a standstill over a confli
Look It s a tie in novel with a line of small plastic army men I get that But it s sharply written, by turns horrifying and thrilling, and genuinely has some depth of character and theme, and some very honest emotional interactions between human beings It s really god damned good. My review of the excellent Fire Caste here Amazing book I was not particularly prepared for what a unique and strong work of fiction this story is It combines elements of lovecraftian horror, heart of darkness apocalypse now and related Vietnam war fiction , American civil war era stylings andinsular
Didn t really enjoy this and even had to google search reviews and forums to check other opinions Four this to be far too detailed but also the story too complex, meaning I was lost as to what was going on half way through His other stories, like Fire and Ice, I followed perfectly and loved. A unique Black Library book that breaks away from the usual formula A rewarding experience. Apocalypse now meets 40k Not only the best Black Library book of all times, but up there with best sci fi fantasy books in general. absolutely a favourite, as stunning and brain exercising as Fire and Ice withwords to build an even stronger storyIt did end up gorey and grim, even by Warhammer 40k standards, but I learnt just enough about every named character for their deaths to be meaningfulTempleton, Mister Fish, and Mi

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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Fire Caste
  • Peter Fehervari
  • English
  • 01 September 2017
  • 1849703094