➹ [Download] ➵ Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus By C.S. Goto ➼ – Motyourdrive.co.uk

  • Paperback
  • 768 pages
  • Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus
  • C.S. Goto
  • English
  • 05 August 2019
  • 9781844165353

10 thoughts on “Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus

  1. says:

    I finished the Warhammer 40000 novel, The Blood Raven s Omnibus, many months ago and even now I find it intriguing and philosophically engaging It not only introduces the reader to an interesting plot and realistic characters but also makes them think that even the infallible Space Marines have their faults In the book the main character Gabriel Angelos, the captain of the Space Marines, finds himself following the foretold path set by the mysterious Eldar race and battling the fierce Orks and villainous Alpha Legionaries As he travels from planet to planet he learns of new views on the life he is living and of his faults from slight psychic capabilities to emotional breakdowns from memories of his home world burning The one thousand page novel, made up of three books, is well worth the time investment and is a fantastic novel for any Warhammer Space Marine Player to base an army off of The book makes you feel like you are really down with the Space Marines in the fight for the universe and with great action sequences it is a must read for all science fiction and action fans.

  2. says:

    Want to give lower than one star Use only as turpentine, it sucks the paint right off the walls DO NOT READ CS GOTO He writes some nasty weak fan fic shit I ve read Half Life fan stuff that was better than this.

  3. says:

    Well it took a while to get this one done The three stars are a mixture of ratings for all three books in this omnibus 4 stars for the first one 3 for the second and 2 for the last one The reason it took a while was that the author seems to take his time to get into the action that is why I stagnated in the first book People might say well that is his style but the book is an extension of the Game Dawn of war and the game gets straight into the action So when you start reading and the story just drags on you loose interest The last one Dawn of War Tempest was a real test of patience it seemed to be dragging on forever Especially with the way things came together at the end of the book The last two chapters were like the first book had been with good solid action but it took way too long to get to the point The semi philosophical statements in the first person sections of the book were not something you would think to find in a 40k novel Overall a good read but not recommended for someone that doesn t know the 40k universe The Emperor still protects

  4. says:

    Played the games alongside reading and found that the books and games split at the sequel however, it s interesting to read what is going on in the background with the Blood Ravens and why they don t feature in some of the sequel games Both mediums do come back together in the end though.Overall a good omnibus and would recommend to any warhammer 40k player starting out in the reading side

  5. says:

    It took me a while, but this book was certainly worth reading For me, it was very appealing to see librarians that kick ass, and this book certainly highlights the Space Marine librarian characters well, including the good and the darker sides That the Blood Ravens Space Marines are scholars themselves is also appealing The books feature a good amount of action and intrigue, but if you like reading about the lore of the Space Marines, you get a good amount of description and exposition as well For the librarian in me, the descriptions of the Blood Ravens librarium, the legends of the Eldar Black Library, and the Blood Ravens pursuit of truth and knowledge yes, those two are different were things that drew me to this omnibus However, you do not have to be a librarian to appreciate these novels If you like good military scifi, you will probably enjoy these If you already like WH 40K novels, these will be good for you Though the books are based on a computer game, I do not feel it is necessary to have played the game I have not played the game, and I certainly enjoyed these books Overall a very good and entertaining read Now, as for what character type I would want to be if I was in the WH 40K universe, I usually said an Imperial Inquisitor, but after this, it is a bit of a toss up between that and a Blood Ravens librarian member of the Order Psykana.

  6. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this There were a few books in here, and not all were good The story was jumbled, and the whole plot line with Rhamah was painful until the end I also had to ask a friend who knew about the universe as a whole to fill in blanks, like why was the physic beacon important Not answered in the book.I did like the whole description of how Quirus Ckrius was transformed into an adeptus astartes The story between the Eldar and Gabriel was also top notch Overall I am glad I read the book, but anyone who is not a hardcore fan of 40k will probably want to take a pass and not read this compilation.

  7. says:

    This book is actually three books, and I ve read the first two so far.The first book, DAWN OF WAR, is a great example of Warhammer 40K literature, plenty of violence and combat between the Blood Ravens space marines and the eldar.The second book, ASCENSION, is cerebral There is still a fair amount of action and combat, but it s not a typical WH40K book It is of a set up for the third book, which I haven t read yet.

  8. says:

    Interesting to read a story that fleshes out the events in the game Yet like several other W40k trilogies, the later books are not as good as the first And for a book, there is a lingering question of what happened to the demon In conclusion, the third book ended rather abruptly and was an unsatisfying conclusion.

  9. says:

    I took this book to camp and was pleasntly suprised Generally,40K books were rather mediocre, this featured an interesting, and creepy plot, with some truly amazing battles WARNING very, very gory

  10. says:

    Good trash fiction int he future there is only war It is a nice departure from the game, I was expecting a re hash of that story, which the first book is, but the rest are nice continuations of it without reaching Dawn of War II.Knowledge is power Guard it well.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus characters Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus , audiobook Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus , files book Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus , today Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus , Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus ab3f4 Amazing Book, Blood Ravens The Dawn Of War Omnibus By C.S Goto This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Blood Ravens The Dawn Of War Omnibus , Essay By C.S Goto Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You

About the Author: C.S. Goto

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Blood Ravens: The Dawn of War Omnibus book, this is one of the most wanted C.S. Goto author readers around the world.