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  • Title: Rebel Winter
  • Author: SteveParker
  • ISBN: 9781844164837
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • On the brutal battlefields of the 41st Millennium, the life of an Imperial Guardsman is harsh and short On the snowy wastes of Danik s World, a regiment of Vostroyans is ordered to hold their ground to protect the retreat of other Imperial forces When their own orders come to move back, they discover they have been stranded behind enemy lines Cold, hungry and running ouOn the brutal battlefields of the 41st Millennium, the life of an Imperial Guardsman is harsh and short On the snowy wastes of Danik s World, a regiment of Vostroyans is ordered to hold their ground to protect the retreat of other Imperial forces When their own orders come to move back, they discover they have been stranded behind enemy lines Cold, hungry and running out of supplies, trapped between rebel forces and hordes of orks, can the Guardsmen ever fight their way back to safety
    Rebel Winter On the brutal battlefields of the st Millennium the life of an Imperial Guardsman is harsh and short On the snowy wastes of Danik s World a regiment of Vostroyans is ordered to hold their ground t

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    1. It s an OK book for those die hard 40K fans, especially if you play IG Went kind of slow and I was hoping they d build up some background on the two protagonist units orks and chaos.

    2. The key thing to 40k books is being realistic about what they are and aren t going to be These here are 4 pulpy, ridiculous, action laden stars If you like the universe then dive in.

    3. Bookworm Speaks Warhammer 40kRebel Winter by Steve Parker Acquired Half Price BooksSeries Warhammer 40,000 NovelsPaperback 256 pagesPublisher Black Library July 31, 2007 Language English The Story On the brutal battlefields of the 41st Millennium, the life of an Imperial Guardsman is harsh and short On the snowy wastes of Danik s World, a regiment of Vostroyans is ordered to hold their ground to protect the retreat of other Imperial forces When their own orders come to move back, they discover t [...]

    4. This was the third book by the Imperial Guard novels The first Fifteen Hours by M Scanlon and Deathworld by Steve Lyons What can I say It continued the great debut and the second book my favourite of the series.The book had a decent Commissar for once Reading several book you tend to get incompetents, or heroes that completely fail to act like Commissars He was also interesting, in that he didn t always get on with everyone else In fact, many of the characters didn tually anyone the heroes don t [...]

    5. This book is basically orks vs space Russians, and it s every bit as entertaining as you d imagine Steve Parker is one of the better 40k writers, and his other Imperial Guard novel Gunheads was very engaging, so I had high hopes for this book I wasn t disappointed Although the protagonists are total caricatures of Russian Cossacks, the author manages to fill them with personality The dialogue is average to good, but the pacing and plot are the high points here Parker never lets up on the action [...]

    6. For whatever reason this one just did not work for me I ve liked a fair amount of Parker s work, so I m not sure if it was just him finding his 40K voice here or what The first chapter was a horrible slog for me, and after that it got a little better, but the overall plot just held zero interest for me I enjoyed the snooty commissar, his assistant, and the sniper, but everyone else was just painful to read about Could be it gets a lot better in the latter half, but I did not make it that far.

    7. certainly a story you won t regret reading but overall just average for a w40k novel sure there s a few interesting twists near the end which could set up a few very good sequels but as they are they re simply dead ends with no plan to finish them off personally unfinished stories are a pet peeve of mine and while he may have meant to revisit the story he thus far hasn t.

    8. A company of Vostroyan Firstborn must fight through Ork lines to bring a political prisoner back to base to be debriefed It was a straight forward mission read full of action and moments of human interaction The ending, although abrupt, showed how the soldiers in the field really didn t know about the intrigues at headquarters level.

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