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10 thoughts on “The Hunt for Voldorius

  1. says:

    As with all books that comes from the Black Library, you get a vague description of an Adeptus Astartes chapter, then the story runs..In this case the White Scars chapter led by Ko sarro Master of the hunt, and the opponent Voldorious, it isn t a fast pace story, but a good story nonetheless, the reason for hunting Voldorious, where the protagonist went, and the final curtain at Quintus.ummmmm can t forget about the other chapter in this story the Raven GuardI guess I ll recommend this to the other Warhammer readers


  2. says:

    Andy Hoare s HUNT FOR VOLDORIOUS has all the minimum requirements for a book in the Space Marine Battles series There s a Space Marine chapter White Scars, in this case , an enemy Alpha Legion and traitor militia , and plenty of over the top violence I lost track of the number of times someone was cut in half Unfortunately, it s a little short on story, and as a result doesn t really hold up well with either RYNN s WORLD or HELLSREACH the first two books in the series.The 3rd company of the White Scars have vowed to bring down the daemon Voldorius, who is bent on releasing the Bloodtide once They track him to the desolate planet of Quintus V, where they join forces with the 3rd company of the Blood Ravens, who are there on a related but separate mission There is mutual distrust between the two chapters, but out of necessity they work together to achieve both their aims Along the way there are many bloody battles, with all the chainsword flesh rendering and bolt gun carnage most 40K fans have come to enjoy.But in my opinion the story is long on daemons and warp, and shorter on Space Marine tactics, cooperation, and domination The introduction of a second chapter Blood Ravens as tentative allies detracts rather than adds to the story line, and in the end the whole book just sort of felt average and unremarkable.I wouldn t go so far as to say disappointing, but it s pretty average True Space Marine fans will find something to enjoy in here, but if you just dabble in this world, there are other titles worth your time.


  3. says:

    This one is terrible.You take the tribal nature of the Scars and you just beat us to death with it This book exhausted me I finished it out of sheer spite, honestly.I disliked the characters as painfully thin shams of people The great big evil was just some moronic daemon type thing.Ugh This one is best forgotten I m only reviewing it to warn other readers Don t.


  4. says:

    This was a bit clunky to begin with and the writing a little immature at times I get the feeling that some of the chapters are edited and refined than others The story is good although predictable at times Sometimes the authors of Black Library books try to be too epic in what s happening in the story and that on occasion can irritate me It was good to learn about the White Scars however and the Raven Guard so if you are interested in learning a bit about each chapter these books are ideal I will be pursuing the others in the series.


  5. says:

    Combining Star Trek s TNG episode Darmok with Warhammer 40k gets something like this Which was pretty great Figuring out how the metaphors translated into orders was fun.Not so great was the fighting to see which of 3 phrases would take the most novel space The primarch , my khan , or honored be his name Followed closely by unit types like bikes, predators, rhinos, etc charging Were it not for that I d rate this much higher.Well that and the fact the ending basically says And the great evils escaped Again.


  6. says:

    Well, it is a book about Space Marines The writer has a weak grasp of the concept of what a Space Marine is, but there is very little character development or personality to the characters in this book I would avoid this book and read a well known series in the 40K universe The deamon Voldorius is a weak enemy, not to mention the badly written Alpha Legion characters, just do not add anything interesting to the story To me this was an uninspired story, that I am glad came to and end.


  7. says:

    Interesting book from the standpoint of the Raven Guard and the White Scars working in conjunction against the traitorous Alpha Legion, led by the Chaos tainted Voldorius, but probably near the bottom of Warhammer books I ve read from a quality of writing standpoint I thought there was a bit too much fluff put in to describe how bombs were exploding, or missiles or bullets flying through the air, or similar descriptions of warfare, but overall still a good read.


  8. says:

    Excellent story, White Scars and the Ravens are my favorites so this was a double treat.


  9. says:

    Started out a bit of a 3 star, but wow it picked up and was awesome The South Nine Battle really redeemed it and was a real page turner til the end after that Great battles


  10. says:

    A great look into the complications of working with another chapter, white scars and Raven Guard fighting to eradicate chaos from the Imperium


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