Let the Galaxy Burn By popular demand we ve gathered up the best sf short stories ever written for the Black Library into one massive volume and added some brand new tales Warhammer fans will be keen to get thei

  • Title: Let the Galaxy Burn
  • Author: Marc Gascoigne Christian Dunn
  • ISBN: 9781844163427
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Paperback
  • By popular demand, we ve gathered up the best sf short stories ever written for the Black Library into one massive volume, and added some brand new tales Warhammer 40,000 fans will be keen to get their hands on classic stories that have been unavailable for a while, and all readers will enjoy the range and variety on offer in this high value volume.

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    1. Almost of these stories were presented on the first anthologies they printed (Dark Imperium, Words of Blood and Into the Maelstrom. I have yet to read Words of blood but I won't be reading it from here because the font is too small for my feeble eyes. Of course they added a few so everyone needed to buy. They are divided not in books but on themes which is nice.Unforgiven - Graham McNeill is another story about the neverending hunt for the fallen dark angels. As you all know they hunt their fall [...]

    2. While not the kind of book that will open your eyes and redefine your conceptions about the reality around you, It certainly will sate your blood lust for battle and all around Epicness. "The principle is that what the enemy cannot see he cannot kill. This is not the way of the Adeptus Astartes. A Space Marine’s armour is bright with heraldry that proclaims his devotion to his Chapter and the beloved Emperor of Mankind. Our principle is that what the enemy can see, he will soon learn to fear†[...]

    3. Definitely for fans of the Warhammer 40K universe, but a fun and pulpy collection of sci-fi/fantasy stories. The best are by Dan Abnett, who writes military thrillers with vivid and descriptive action sequences. There are a few that make a good effort but did not keep my interest, but most stories here are entertaining enough to whittle time away without committing to a full blown novel.

    4. I managed to get through this book. It took me a bit longer than usual. I tend to read more than one book at once, so when it comes to anthologies, reading a bit here and a bit there is normal for me. However, this took me a bit longer than usual. Part of the reason is that it did have some stories that were just average.So those did not keep my attention as well. Since I was aiming to read all the book, rather than skipping, it took me a bit longer. After reading the Ciaphas Cain volume, which [...]

    5. There's something that's just mindless fun about the dire severity of the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Unfortunately a little bit of it goes a long way and this book is an endless pasta bowl of harsh manly carb-loaded future war. I set this collection of short stories on my bed stand, erratically reaching for it anytime I wanted an escape from the subtle nuance of literary prose. This is where it sat for a few years, as my hands periodically perused this manifold collection of pulp fiction. The sp [...]

    6. Nowhere near as many victories for the Imperium as the first story advertises, but still an astonishingly good anthology. One of the blurbs says "Games Workshop must be doing something right if they have so many talented artists and writers working for them." Such high praise doesn't come anywhere near doing this collection justice. It's difficult to read this and walk away without thinking, muttering, or even screaming "FOR THE EMPEROR!" before every action you take but, with this much quality [...]

    7. Based in the universe of the popular wargame, these stories focus primarily on the activities of the Space Marines in the far future. Full of battle, glory and gore, they make me think of the pulp war novels of the Second World War, in which everything was war, and war was hell. If you like science fiction and reading war stories, this is FOR YOU. 38 stories in easily-manageable lengths. Sacrifice, betrayal, trickery, and plenty of gun-totin' action.

    8. If you love Warhammer 40K and want to delve into that twisted universe when you're not painting your miniatures, this is the omnibus for you. It is a collection of the Black Library's established authors doing various short stories from around the Warhammer 40K universe. I've only gone halfway through the book, but it's a gripping read for any fan of pulp sci-fi.

    9. Any one who is a fan of the Warhammer universe is sure to love this installment. The diversity of the authors and the stories makes it a fun read that evolves after each story. Its also very time friendly to read when you have a short break.

    10. as a short stories compilation it's pretty standard. Some great, some very Sub par. If you Like Warhammer 40,000 you'll like some of the short stories. If you're unfamiliar to Warhammer 40,000, more than likely you'll be lost on a lot of the references.

    11. A very entertaining collection of short stories from the world of Warhammer 40,000. Took me a while to read because I would read a story about every month or so, but fun to pick up every so often. Great place to start for WH40K newbies

    12. Read this WH40K short story collection some years back and enjoyed it. GrimDark Military SciFi sliced up into small hard hitting bits.

    13. For a collection of 38 or 39 stories, there were very few stinkers. A nice collection with a wide variety of the Imperium of Terra represented.

    14. Absolutely great collection of warhammer short stories, most of which i found very insightful into the amazingly vast tufts of warhammer40k fluff :D

    15. An awesome collection of short stories from all different perspectives and authors. It includes one of my favorites by Dan Abnett (he's awesome) called Ork hunter.

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