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Has anybody else read any of the Ciaphas Cain novels by Sandy Mitchell? They are really awesome, and I would encourage guard players in particular to look into them. :book:
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Raziel! Kain had you thrown into the lake of the dead! Have you already forgiven him?
The best thing about the Ciaphas Cain novels are the places where the Inquisitor has edited his memoirs she has a killer sense of humour in places.
In one of them thereâ€™s Cain says something like â€œIâ€™ve only got room for one dangerous woman in my lifeâ€? and her comment â€œwhich I chose to take as a complementâ€?.
Ah, good 'ole Amberly and her somewhat cynical humour. The Cain novels are definately one of my favorites, on par with all of the GG novels by Abnett.Originally Posted by Dark Lioness
If you've ever wanted to see someone accidentally be the hero while they try to hide behind every soldier and their brother, Cain's the guy for the job.
Take my love, take my land, take me to where I cannot stand; I don't care I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me.
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