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I just got my copy of Faith and Fire today in the mail from Games workshop. I've read a bunch of Warhammer novels, and they are always good, but I wasn't quite sure how this one would be. I mean, how interesting can the Sob really be? VERY
Nevermind the fact that James Swallow also wrote
Blood angels: Deus Encarmine and Deus Sanguinius, which are two of the best Warhammer novels i've ever read, but the "bad guy" in faith and fire is unbelievable, by far one of the most interesting villians i've read about in a long time, and i'm only up to chapter 8.
I wanted to see what everyone else thought about it?
He's coming for you...
I'm still waiting on my copy to show up at my local GW store. If it doesn't hurry up, I'll have to hit up the local Borders or Waldenbooks.
Thanks for the teaser!
Originally Posted by Montford981
I've got mine, and had it for a couple of weeks now, but I'm still reading an Exalted novel, and so thats next in line
Normally I wouldn't have bought it, but I've just really started Sisters...or at least a small allied force for my marines. So I'm hoping it'll help gimmie a little bit more insight to them
I have ordered it, probably will get it at the start of April.
In fact, I shall now be starting mine today hopefully as I've just finished the other novel, and I have yet another train journey to Nottingham for Warseers Carnage.
So least it gives me something to do on the train!
I downloaded and read the excert from BL homepage and it ot me wanting more! [mode=Zombie]Must... have... this... brai...book[/mode]
Almost finished with it. It certainly is among the better WH40K novels.
One of my favorite lines is when the Canoness orders "Prepare my personal Immolator." I'm not sure why but it just gave me a chuckle. I pictured a Sister tapping a garage door opener and the door lifts and there inside sits an Immolator.
The main characters are a Celestian and a Hospitaller. Dominions, Seraphim, Retributors, Immolators and Exorcists have all made appearances thus far.
The Repentia also make an appearance in the novel. I do hope they'll be significant in whatever climactic battle ends the book.
"The sword that takes life gives life."
Well, I finished and am now moving onto the Inquisition War by Ian Watson, has anyone read that?
I found Faith and Fire to be a wonderful book and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Can't wait to see what everyone else thinks about it.
He's coming for you...
i finished the book two weeks ago - very good read
i like it that they spend more time on the dialog then big battles like most other 40k books
aslo miriya is a bit mean to "normal" people in the book like breaking that mans leg for no reson
dont try to pick a sister up at the bar