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    i've been thinking about starting to read the book. i've seen that alot of people have read firewarrior on this tau forum because it is tau. i play tau and i want to know if i will actually like the book or will i just like it because i play tau?

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    Well I read it, and personally it is what turned me on to Tau in the first place. The one thing I will say about it is that it is very gritty and a little more negative than you would expect coming from a Tau&#39;s point of view, but overall a good read I think, and well written. But of course thats just my opinion. The best way to find out if you like it is to go on a read it
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    I liked it as well. I thought it was a good book. I believe that I would have liked it even if I didn&#39;t play Tau.
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    I say go for it, its a good read (great even, if you consider that it was based off of a video game). It&#39;s a very visual book, a lot of the action is so cliched that you don&#39;t have to struggle to imagine what&#39;s going on. I guess that makes it more of a fun read, as you can spend more time getting to know Kais.

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    Aye, tis a great read I thought. It showed you what Kais&#39; thoughts actually were, and gave that more personal feel, that I felt the game lacked.

    Its a good read

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    I liked the game play of firewarrior but the graphics were a little off.


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    I loved the book fire warrior. Its a great read with plenty of action as well as some quite humerous bits although it does get quite dark in places.

    Ps i also liked the game firewarrior as well.
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    Originally posted by Kajagoogoo@Jul 1 2004, 16:11
    I say go for it, its a good read (great even, if you consider that it was based off of a video game). It&#39;s a very visual book, a lot of the action is so cliched that you don&#39;t have to struggle to imagine what&#39;s going on. I guess that makes it more of a fun read, as you can spend more time getting to know Kais.
    great even, if you consider that it was based off of a video game
    It was not based on the video game&#33; the other way around, first the book then the game&#33; :rolleyes:
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    Check the back of the book:

    "Non-stop carnage and mayhem based on THQ&#39;s awesome Playstation 2 and PC game&#33;"

    BOOYAH&#33;

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    i don&#39;t really care which one came out first, the book or the game,
    but thanks for all of your impact, ive decided to give a read
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