Victories of the Space Marines

Victories of the Space Marines From planet to planet enemies of mankind will stop at nothing to expand their dominion but there is hope Superhuman warriors stand proud in defiance of inhuman foes laying waste to the relentless ho

  • Title: Victories of the Space Marines
  • Author: SteveParker Chris Wraight Gav Thorpe C.L. Werner James Swallow Jonathan Green Sarah Cawkwell Ben Counter
  • ISBN: 9781849700429
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • From planet to planet, enemies of mankind will stop at nothing to expand their dominion but there is hope Superhuman warriors stand proud in defiance of inhuman foes, laying waste to the relentless hordes of invaders and forces of chaos In the remains of their enemies, they are triumphant they are the space marines.

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    About "SteveParker Chris Wraight Gav Thorpe C.L. Werner James Swallow Jonathan Green Sarah Cawkwell Ben Counter"

    1. SteveParker Chris Wraight Gav Thorpe C.L. Werner James Swallow Jonathan Green Sarah Cawkwell Ben Counter

      Originally hailing from the rainswept land of the Picts, Steve Parker now sleeps, eats, trains and writes in Tokyo, Japan.His novels have been published in four languages and include Rebel Winter, Gunheads, Rynn s World, and Deathwatch, with a fifth novel to follow very soon.Short works most now available via Kindle include Stray Dog Swordsman on Redemption RoadStarfishThe Falls of MarakrossMercy RunThe CitadelHeadhuntedExhumedSurvivorCulling the HordePedro Kantor The Vengeful Fist

    899 thoughts on “Victories of the Space Marines”

    1. I liked the collection for the most part, but like many anthologies, there are always one or two stories that are either uneven or just not as good compared to the others. In addition, this may be a bit of a peeve, but "victory" as a concept is a bit liberal of a term for a story or two in this anthology. Fans of Warhammer 40K will certainly enjoy this volume. Like other volumes in this series, this is a collection of novellas or longer stories. The stories each feature a chapter of the Space Ma [...]


    2. First off, let me say that I am a newbie to Warhammer. This book was good. The stories were interesting, reliably blood filled and full of weapons. The different sections of the marines were noticeably unique among the others in their own way (for example, instead of the normal, well, normal for the space marines, bullets; the class grey knights had their munition soaked in the blood of the innocent to presumably give them extra holy oomph against the demonic forces that they fought). Each story [...]


    3. (had to spend a day in StPancrass Station, a lot of stories were read that day :)This book is a collection of short stories:- Runes, by Chris Wraight: Space Wolves, story is a bit weak, but entertaining- The Rewards of Tolerance, by Gav Thorpe: Renegade Marines, a very cool story about the renegades' slow embrace of not immediatly Chaos (or not all), but Chaos Influences nonetheless- Black Dawn, by C.L. Werner: Also not one of my favorite stories, but again entertaining- The Long Games at Carch [...]


    4. Generally B work. However, the first short by Wraight involves a very interesting construction and actual character development in miniature. Both of these are appreciable feats. Meanwhile, the last story brings more shape and texture to this "grim darkness of the far future" where "there is only war." We are better for the details. But I could have gone without those two and the rest of the stories for the entry by Sanders which, involves some very bad news for the Crimson Consuls. No spoilers! [...]


    5. Like any compilation from The Black Library, the quality of the stories varies. Generally though these seemed better than average, and I enjoyed several more than others.The biggest issue I had was that at least two of the stories, Primary Instinct and Exhumed, had previously appeared in issues of Hammer and Bolter, the monthly publication put out by The Black Library. So not only had I paid for them in that magazine, but I then paid for them again in the book. I wasn't very impressed with that. [...]


    6. most of these storys are good but some of them get tiering .but i like the ones with the battle most because i dont find them boring and you cant find very good battle books right now but warhammer hasnever let me down before and i would defenetly recomend this book to any one who is interested.




    7. It was a great book that held my attention and had alot of stories from some of my favorite authors. I recommend this book to anyone who likes action and a captivating story.


    8. Another collection of outstanding Space Marines short stories by various excellent Warhammer 40K authors. Not really much more to say about it than that. Sorry so short.


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