Sunday, 20 May 2012

Science Fiction Audio Book Review: Eye of Vengeance - Graham McNeill, Narrated by Sean Barrett, performed by Rupert Degas and Saul Reichlin

Release Date: 07/05/12


When the twisted Dark Mechanicus priests of the Bloodborn descend upon Quintarn, the Ultramarines are quick to move in defence of their prized agri-world. However, it soon becomes apparent that the planet’s fate will not be decided by the massed battle companies of the Space Marines, but by the actions of just one lowly sergeant – Torias Telion. A master marksman and Scout with a long history of service to the Chapter, Telion must now face the worst of the Bloodborn’s technological terrors and secure the city of Idrisia from the enemy advance, if the Ultramarines are to have any hope of prevailing against an enemy whose numbers swell with every victory.


Another cracking audio book that brings together cracking vocal acting talent with the writing skills of Graham McNeill which presents the listener with a high octane story. As with the other audio titles its entertaining and will make a wonderful addition to any fans of the blood battlefield that are fighting it out on the table-top.

Add to this that it’s a great way to spend any kind of journey, will add extra layers to the Ultramarines and also give them a story of honour, bravery alongside a high cost victory which all in, will demonstrate that the audio books are going from strength to strength.

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