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  • Title: The Death of Antagonis
  • Author: David Annandale
  • ISBN: 9781849703185
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • The latest Space Marine Battles novelThe Black Dragons fall upon the world of Antagonis, summoned to combat the plague of undeath that has engulfed the planet Allying themselves with Inquisitor Werner Lettinger and a force of Sisters of Battle, the Black Dragons endeavour to save the souls of the Imperial citizens who have succumbed to the contagion But there is thaThe latest Space Marine Battles novelThe Black Dragons fall upon the world of Antagonis, summoned to combat the plague of undeath that has engulfed the planet Allying themselves with Inquisitor Werner Lettinger and a force of Sisters of Battle, the Black Dragons endeavour to save the souls of the Imperial citizens who have succumbed to the contagion But there is than a mere infection at play the dread forces of Chaos lie behind the outbreak, and the Black Dragons stand in the way of the Dark Gods victory.
    The Death of Antagonis The latest Space Marine Battles novelThe Black Dragons fall upon the world of Antagonis summoned to combat the plague of undeath that has engulfed the planet Allying themselves with Inquisitor Werner

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    1. Getting through this one was a breeze It never bogged me down, no scene overstayed its welcome and before I knew it, I was getting mad at the Internet and my Computer for throwing games and videos at me again.This was one of the few books that made me wish restarting the machine or booting up a game would take longer than it did, so I could read just another few pagesBut I digress.The book provides a really fantastic view on the Black Dragons Chapter, from their non Codex organization to the way [...]

    2. In this world there are many kinds of bad novels Those which serve had no research put into them Those which aren t so much stories as badly disguised hate crimes by the authors towards fictional characters and fans of said characters Those which are not bound by any logic and those which are in bad taste The Death of Antagonis is a new kind of bad novel, the sort which seems to intentionally torment its reader.The story this time is about the enigmatic Black Dragons, a force spawned out of the [...]

    3. You can find the full review over at The Founding Fields thefoundingfields 2013 08 Shadowhawk reviews David Annandale s first full length novel for Black Library s Space Marine Battles series One of those rare novels tackling a chapter of the Cursed Founding, The Death of Antagonis does well in serving as a vehicle to explore the Black Dragons and offer a great action treat, but fails to provide a wholly consistent plot Shadowhawk, The Founding FieldsDavid Annandale is one of the most recent aut [...]

    4. The Black Dragons are a handsome bunch, that s for sure The Death of Antagonis starts off as many Space Marine novels do, fighting a Chaos infected world The 2nd Company of the Black Dragons chapter a 21st Founding chapter battle against and a unknown foe during the War of Lamination In this case the unknown foe is warp parasites That s right, big worms Do I sound sceptical Only a little I ll say no The opening salvo from the War of Lamination is just a taster for a wider conflict that takes th [...]

    5. Warhammer once there will be of these in the future, just FYI The Good The Black Dragons are a rud successor chapter of the Salamanders, a personal favorite What makes this chapter unique is that by some unknown means the members of the chapter have strange, bony, growths on their heads and forearms Often times, the Battle Brothers, hone these growths into parts of their already formidable arsenal In spite of this their loyalties are often called into question by the Inquisition and other Impe [...]

    6. I had hopes for this, I really really wanted it to be good.It started with promise, a pseudo zombie plague, Black dragon space marines and what I assumed would be an epic battle for the world of Antagonis given that thats the title of the book After a fairly decent opening few chapters and a pretty decent twist behind the zombie everything went down hill.The meat of the story is really about the interal strife within the black dragons and how the choose to embrace or reject their mutations that [...]

    7. A solid and surprising saga in the Space Marine Battles book series The title is not appropriate for what this book is truly about, as the the death of Antagonis is only the first salvo in this telling of the Black Dragons.The Black Dragons are a group of Space Marines whose DNA has become tainted over the decades and several members actually have bone growths coming out of their heads that resemble horns and or the ability to have bones come out of their arms like swords These fighters have dra [...]

    8. If you like the Space Marines of Warhammer 40k, there is a lot to like in this book The Black Dragons are a cool addition to the mythos, being very unlike many of their brethren in nature, and this story s adventure takes them through often spectacular battles as well as intrigue that deepens the plot I found the ending a bit lackluster, and it s typical of the Space Marine books where the characterization is concerned which means that you should expect them to all be superhumans capable of feat [...]

    9. Fantastic read of, initially, space marines versus zombies And then, it got even better The Black Dragons Chapter are a non codex chapter with genetic mutations that bring their purity into question When an overzealous new captain is taken in by a Chaos tainted Inquisitor, there is a battle for the very soul of what it really means to be pure The best line in the book There is no greater faith in a lost cause.

    10. Probably one of the worst read in warhammer 40k There s no proper introduction to the characters, and backstories are lacklustre To make it worst, the plots are scattered the story jumps around in a confusing way, and I found myself lost halfway through the book Can t really bring myself to finish it.

    11. This novel I found to be a bit thick in the first half and didn t get into the flow of it until someway into the second half, even then I found myself lost in the narrative and having to read sections again to get my head around what was going on.Not a complete waste of time reading it, but I m not going to be singing it s praises to the masses.

    12. The Black Dragons are one of my favorite Chapters from the Curse Foundings and I m glad to see a book that features their unique background While this both does have a few things that might bother the hardcore Warhammer 40K expert, overall it is a great read that I had no trouble powering through to the end.

    13. I was a bit disappointed at how poor this was, I ve read some on Annandale s other books and found them much better Most of the characters felt a bit flat, and at times there was poor pacing to the story.

    14. Very good over all lots of plots and a story line that keeps you guessing Over all compared to some of the Space Marine battles novels that can be a bit dry and predictable This is one of the best i have read so far as it keeps the reader guessing and is very unpredictable.

    15. While I enjoyed the story, I found myself lost in some of the narrative Often I would have to re read sections to understand what was going on.

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