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  • 26 July 2018
  • 9781849706407

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Scars AUTHOR Chris Wraight Read & Download ¶ 4 Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Chris Wraight Chris Wraight Í 4 Download Launch an unexplained and simultaneous attack against the White Scars and Space Wolves the Khan must decide once and for all whether he will stand with the Emperor or the Warmaster or neithe In the ever sprawling possibly gone afield and even awry Horus Heresy series there are a few titles that stand out as exemplars of not only Black Library s talented pool of authors but tie in fiction as a whole Horus Rising Fulgrim Legion Thousand Sons First Heretic Prosper Burns all of these are indicative of one of the best militarydark sci fantasy series ever written Scars by Chris Wraight deserves to be among those elite titles Scars takes the least we ll know Legion the White Scars and brings them to life as never before Wraight had to have studied dutifully Mongolian Chinese and Korean culture to really get a grasp on the Chogorian culture that pervades the pages of this book Set in the period following Istvaan this is a hybrid work both an origins story and a continuation of the main narrative It offers a dense but highly entertaining narrative of the V Legions culture and of the background of their Primarch Jaghatai It also serves as a focal point for some themes long serving fans of the series may have forgotten namely the warrior lodges and how the call to choose loyalties leads to the workings of the Warp and the foundation of Chaos There are appearances of the Space Wolves they hate that name the Alpha Legion and some excellent dialogue between Dorn and Malcador on Terra The meat of the story however is the divided loyalties of the Legion and the struggle for Jaghatai s allegiance As a loner self educated introverted and well hud I find myself drawn the most to Jaghatai s character out of all the Primarch s as his own personality mirrors my own uite well This is a mark of Wraight s ability as a writer to bring to clear life a demigod Overall this is an excellent title in the sprawling Horus Heresy series worthy of the very best of the franchise and one of my favorite titles Highly recommended

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Scars AUTHOR Chris Wraight Read & Download ¶ 4 Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Chris Wraight Chris Wraight Í 4 Download Et remained unclear even as the galaxy is torn apart by Horus's treachery and both sides have apparently counted them among their potential allies in the war to come But when the Alpha Legion A really great read there where three stories going on at the same time My biggest complaint was on my ebook version you couldn t tell when it had switched characters Half the flash backs where filled with uite lovely jokes primarchs making fun of one another best one was to Fulgrim I hear you do things to your sons Yup I know what that was implyingand I laughed then I should Dorn and Malcador make cameo appearances and Malcador delivered my all time favorite line You brothers such a nest of rivalries I warned him to make you sisters that it would make things civilized He thought I was joking I wasn tI am deliberating on what Fulgrim and Angron would be likeit is a very scary idea Anyway great book you should all read it Defiantly the best by Chris Wright that I have ever read

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Scars AUTHOR Chris Wraight Read & Download ¶ 4 Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Chris Wraight Chris Wraight Í 4 Download Of all the Legiones Astartes the White Scars of Jaghatai Khan remain the most enigmatic and elusive Born of a civilisation that prizes honour speed and fearsome loyalty their allegiance has y Chris Wraight doesn t have the fame or reputation of a Dan Abnett or Graham McNeill but I think that he deserves a spot right up close to or with them Battle of the Fang is probably my favorite of the Space Marines Battle series And in Scars Wraight does not disappoint He makes the White Scars Space Marines not only interesting but amazingly compelling I think that much as with the characters of the Primarchs themselves most fans of 40k the game in particular and the 40k fictional universe in general tend to forget about the White Scars They have no cool individual models and little is known about their history Wraight has changed all of that creating for the White Scars an extremely interesting background culture and psyche This book was a pure pleasure to read