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Helsreach When The World Of Armageddon Is Attacked By Orks, The Black Templars Space Marine Chapter Are Amongst Those Sent To Liberate It Chaplain Grimaldus And A Band Of Black Templars Are Charged With The Defence Of Hive Helsreach From The Xenos Invaders In One Of The Many Battlezones But As The Orks Numbers Grow And The Space Marines Dwindle, Grimaldus Faces A Desperate Last Stand In An Imperial Temple Determined To Sell Their Lives Dearly, Will The Black Templars Hold On Long Enough To Be Reinforced, Or Will Their Sacrifice Ultimately Be In Vain

10 thoughts on “Helsreach

  1. says:

    Write a book about andrej

  2. says:

    This is the first Warhammer book I read that regular people not just Asartes actually fight It also introduced me to the Salamanders aka the loves of my life The author was able to make most of the characters likable even the Limbless Lady in a Giant Jaroddly enough Even though there is a central character, the story is mostly ensamble I m glad because if the fate of th

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    4.5 stars, but I decided to be genereous in the end Imagine if Darth Vader leads the defense of Minas Tirith in a world, which is far darker than either Star Wars or The Lord of the Rings , and you ll get an idea about what this book is about Grimaldus, the Reclusiarch of the Black Templars must lead the defence of Helsreach against an endless hordes of orks As bonus, you have al

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    We are judged in life for the evil we destroy Helsreach is possibly the most brutal 40k novel I ve read yet At what cost is victory worth it ADB is arguably the best of the Black Library authors He excels at character depth and in humanizing the Astartes The difference in the creeds of the Black Templars and the Salamanders was interesting to behold how those of differing chapters may not

  5. says:

    A great first foray into the Warhammer 40k universe, and a must if you re a fan of the Black Templars It struck a nice balance between fast paced action and character development.

  6. says:

    One of the best Warhammer universe novels I ve ever read, and I don t say that lightly The characters are so different but easy to empathize with, the shifting perspectives are perfectly done and the action is suspenseful and intriguing even for me, who isn t much of an action fan because it all has a human side to it Aaron Dempski Bowden is phenomenal.

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    Details Helsreach by Aaron Dembski BowdenBlack Library Publishing414 Pages This is an advance copy review.Description When the world of Armageddon is attacked by orks, the Black Templars Space Marine Chapter are amongst those sent to liberate it Chaplain Grimaldus and a band of Black Templars are charged with the defence of Hive Helsreach from the xenos invaders in one of the many battlezones But as the orks numbers gr

  8. says:

    I was extremely skeptical about reading Helsreach since the vast majority of licensed IP tie in novels that crop up around successful game movie tv franchises are terrible, but this is one of those rare cases when the author absolutely gets it right The Grimdark comes to life from the perspectives of a diverse cross section of characters that are thrown together in the defense of Hive Helsreach against an overwhelming ork invasi

  9. says:

    Currently finishing off this rather charming read I say that as while I m a fan of the 40K game , i ve often found the books to be rather dry , dull and lacking in anything other then 1 dimensional space marines.The only other exception I found was the Brothers of the Snake , which shares the excellent character development that makes this book so enjoyable Space Marines have characters and personalities that are not human , that s it , s

  10. says:

    One of the better Warhammer 40K books that I ve read Dembski Bowden is great at giving heroic genre archtypes like the Space Marines of the 40K universe layers and shading, so that they never become the simplistic, invunerable comic book bad asses that they might otherwise be depicted as.The scale of this book is impressive, as is the sense of impending doom which permeates there s no other way that the novel could have ended but the reader frequen

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