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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Guy Haley is rather subtle with feeding you pieces of what happened. Since he has been a wandering writer, working in both magazines and novels.

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Customers who bought this item also bought. The Carrion Throne Vaults of Terra. Getting back to Banebladewhat makes the novel stand out is the amount of detail that Guy has put in it. For a novel about a three-story tank battling its way across a grimdark future this was much better than it needed to be.

He made me want to know more, making him a literary drug dealer. Guy has done something that is very similar in Baneblade. For most of the book, we get a chapter set on Kalidar, then a flashback chapter to Paragon.

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And while the reader is introduced to Mars Triumphant on the first page of the book, much of the novel focuses its attention on Lieutenant Colaron Artem Lo Bannick. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. I am starting to realize that I like Imperial Guard stories a little more than Space Marine stories because of how vulnerable human characters are and how much more loss is amplified. Posted to hostile Kalidar — a place wracked by deadly storms, covered in choking dust and troubled by bizarre psychic phenomenon — his heroic actions in his first engagement see him seconded to join the crew of the ancient Baneblade, Mars Triumphant, where he faces a terrifying enemy….


Buy the selected items together This item: If you want to read a novel that is not just about a Baneblade superheavy tank, but also minutely explores its workings and gives you enough to clear visualize how the entire tank operates, then this is the novel for you.

What a relief to read a warhammer novel as good as this. There are plenty of battles and lots of action, all well written, but also a lot of character moments and development. As the crew gets dispatched on a mission to purge the xenos once and for all, they must learn to gel with each other in the cramped quarters of this massive tank. Read more Read less.

The Guard and the orks each control one of two large, subterranean hive complexes, and have been going at each other for a few years. Sign up and get a free eBook! War rages across the dust-ravaged surface of Kalidar, as the humans of the Imperial Guard battle Ork invaders for supremacy.

Haley, an admitted orkyphile, invests plenty of detail into the orks, which is appreciated. As part of the Paragonian 7th Company, Honoured Lieutenant Marken Cortein Lo Bannick commands the venerable war machine in a bitter war against the orks in the Kalidar system. While tanks are obviously a hugely important and entertaining part of the Imperial Guard, a book solely about a tank is perhaps not the most exciting prospect. Imperial Guard fighting Orks as a boy grows into a warrior is hardly new material either for Warhammer: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.


Generally were presented with the foot-sloggers of the Imperium, boo, with “Baneblade” by Guy Haley, we’re given a taste of tank warfare in the 41st millennium. Powered by WordPress Designed by: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. We have no idea that he has always been the more jocular of the two, and we do not yet realize baaneblade Bannick is so dour. Imperial Guard fight Blood Axe Orks across a treacherous world!

Cadia Stands Astra Militarum. I hope this doesn’t come off as bbook overly negative review; for there are so many things to enjoy about Baneblade.

Whenever there is an extended scene involving the Baneblade or variant superheavy tanks in the novel, there is almost always quite a bit of detail involved: Dec 04, Baneblads. The Adeptus Mechanicus are responsible for maintaining the technology of the Imperium of Man and thus created the Baneblade tank.

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I do believe that I mentioned at some point that I belong in a minority amongst Warhammer 40K novel readers in that I prefer stories featuring the Imperial Guard more than those of the mighty Adeptus Astartes.