Friday, 28 September 2012

SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW: Warhammer 40K: Treacheries of the Space Marines - Ed. Christian Dunn

Release Date: 27/09/12


The Space Marines of the Adeptus Astartes are the defenders of mankind, the ultimate superhuman brotherhood standing against the evils of the galaxy. But even among their hallowed ranks, there are those who would turn their backs on their brothers and follow the path of the traitor. Gathered within these pages, you will find tales from the dark side of the Imperium – remember, that which can defend, can also betray...


Short stories with cracking combat, bloody swathes and of course more writing talent that you can shake a stick at. Ideal for short journeys or someone who just wants to dip in time and again makes this a book that has a whole lot of bolter fire for its buck. Add to this the chance to try different authors from the catalogue for a low price to see if you like their writing style and all in it’s a solid book that will generate a lot of interest.

Finally throw into the mix a whole host of heroes for each of the relevant chapters and all in the reader will be aching to take to the battlefield to re-enact the combat within. Great stuff.

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