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Fantasy
  • Author:
    William King
  • ISBN:
    0743443004
  • ISBN13:
    978-0743443005
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  • Publisher:
    Games Workshop; 1st Printing edition (February 26, 2002)
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    Fantasy
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Space Wolf is a series of novels about the Space Wolves Chapter of the Space Marines, following the career of Ragnar Blackmane. The series was created by William King, who wrote the first 4 volumes. Lee Lightner continued with Sons of Fenris and Wolf's Honour.

A warhammer 40,000 novel. Space Wolf - 03. William King. It was on such nights that wolves of war were said to come forth to hunt, and ancient terrifying beings bestrode the world. The scene surrounding him might have been ripped from his boyish imaginings, but in reality was a thousand times more fearsome. Yet, now, he himself felt no fear.

9 primary works, 11 total works. Part of the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Book 1-3. Space Wolf: The First Omnibus.

A Grey Hunter is a Veteran Astartes of the Space Wolves Space Marine Chapter and the equivalent of a Tactical Marine in a Codex Astartes-compliant Chapter. Grey Hunter Packs represent the majority of the Space Wolves' warriors. They are strong and resolute fighters, tempered by battle but as hungry for honour as any proud warrior of Fenris. They are experienced warriors, dour and sombre, proud of their skills, and rightly honoured by their younger brethren.

lt;< Previous bookNext book . Grey Hunter. 2002) (A book in the Warhammer 40,000 : Space Wolf series) A novel by William King. Genre: Science Fiction. Similar books by other authors.

Following the 1987 initial release of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40. .Ragnar's Claw by William King (July 2000).

Following the 1987 initial release of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 wargame, set in a far future science fantasy universe, the company began publishing background literature that expands previous material, adds new material, and describes the universe, its characters, and its events in detail. Since 1997 the bulk of background literature has been published by the affiliated imprint Black Library. Grey Hunter by William King (February 2002). Wolfblade by William King (October 2003).

A Warhammer 40,000 omnibus. Includes the novels 'Space Wolf, 'Ragnar's Claw' and 'Grey Hunter'

A Warhammer 40,000 omnibus. Can new Space Wolves recruit Ragnar conquer the beast within and fulfil his destiny on the battlefields of the 41st millennium? Find out in this classic trilogy. Includes the novels 'Space Wolf, 'Ragnar's Claw' and 'Grey Hunter'. READ IT BECAUSE Every hero starts somewhere, and this is the origin story of Ragnar Blackmane. He's the youngest warrior ever to become a Wolf Lord, but how did he come to join the Space Wolves in the first place? Find out here. Written by William King, the Space Wolf Omnibus is a searing collection of the novels Space Wolf, Ragnar's Claw and Grey Hunter. Free Extracts: ePub Mobi.

The third book in the Space Wolf series. An ancient artifact is seized by the forces of Chaos. Ragnar and his comrades are plunged into desperate battle to retrieve it before a terrible and ancient foe is set free

Silverbrew
Very fast 5 read. Fast action with a lot of character self reflection, which wears after a while. Learn herein how to take a Mad warship and insanely escape. The big disappointment is that a charge and violent action does NOT really tell the tale. Three times into the enemy and the why of surviving and winning is questionable. The end was a true teeth grinder in that the author left two endings in the air. Too much 'thousand nights of Shaharazade' . Recommended. Thanks, Harry!
Delirium
I think that this was an excellent book. You learn a lot about how the Wolves are run, from the low ranking Blood Claws, to Logan Grimnar, the Great Wolf himself. I would have prefered more action though. There is a lot of developement in Ragnar's character though, and it makes me wonder how high he will climb in the Space Wolves.
Mbon
This is a further progression in the life of Ragnar the Space Wolf. It is essentially three excellent set piece battles, one in space, another in a Temple and a third in a Chaos lair within a Hive.

The action is brilliant and the camaraderie within the Wolf Pack is enjoyable. The wrapper story is somewhat irrelevant and the point of the novel is lost since at the end there isn't a clear resolution of the overriding "Grey Hunter" issue. It seemed quite a short novel so I hope that the next installment finishes this story and brings Ragnar up to date beyond this flashback adventure of his early life as a Blood Claw.
Anarawield
A favorite series
Jorius
The book itself was ok - I really liked the interaction between Ragnar and Sven, but damn, the ending just came up and hit you. It was like someone told him to stop the book at page 288 and when he hit it, he just ended the book.
The whole premise to the story is "how did Ragnar become a wolflord without first becoming a Grey Hunter." Did he tell you this? No. There was a fairly lame plot device (like you'd see in a RPG) to get some action in, but there was little to none plot resolution at the end.
I was really hoping King would improve on his endings from his Gotrek and Felix stories, but in fact, he's getting worse. If you liked the first two books, you'll probably like this one, but I cannot highly recommend it.
Sardleem
I think that this was an excellent book. You learn a lot about how the Wolves are run, from the low ranking Blood Claws, to Logan Grimnar, the Great Wolf himself. I would have prefered more action though. There is a lot of developement in Ragnar's character though, and it makes me wonder how high he will climb in the Space Wolves. Overall this is an excellent book and I highly suggest it for any fan of Warhammer 40,000, or of science fiction in general.
JOGETIME
The pictures this book paints are dynamic and form the feel of watching a film. This leads to an easy reading book that flows off the pages.
Complaints about the ending are misfounded, subtle elements introduced when Ragnar gets acustomed with the Wolf Lords, come back into play when he himself is described as one.
An exsellent novel for light and fun reading. Warhammer 40k Players will appreciate it only more.