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Fist of the Imperium

Space Marine Conquests: Warhammer 40,000, Book 6
Auteur(s): Andy Clark
Narrateur(s): Richard Reed
Durée: 10 h et 20 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (11 évaluations)

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A Space Marine Conquests novel.

Sent to avenge the deaths of his brothers and purge a dangerous cult, Imperial Fists Primaris Librarian Aster Lydorran finds a foe beyond imagining on Ghyre. Lydorran must use all his strength, will and psychic might to defeat his hidden enemies and avert catastrophe.

Listen to it because:

Discover the dedication of the Imperial Fists and the lengths to which they will go to do their duty and defend mankind.

The story:

By their noble sacrifice is our world made mighty.

Deep within the Segmentum Solar, an Imperial Fists Honour Guard lies slaughtered upon the very world they swore to protect. The mysterious cult responsible grows in power by the day. Their malevolent tenets poisoning the hearts of Ghyre’s citizens, from its lowliest miner to its arrogant ruling class. To purge this threat, the Imperial Fists send Primaris Librarian Aster Lydorran and his tenacious brothers. 

These masters of siegecraft face an insurgent foe beyond any they have fought before. As dark omens proliferate, Lydorran finds himself embroiled in a battle of wits and wills with an enemy whose psychic might may surpass even his own. But this is a patient enemy, and with every passing hour, Ghyre’s doom grows closer. The stoic Sons of Dorn must leave their walls and embrace new allies, or risk unleashing the apocalypse itself upon the very doorstep of Terra.

©2019 Games Workshop Limited (P)2019 Games Workshop Limited

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Bolterporn

This , forgive me for this, "book " is the disgusting, brain damaging bolterporn. Story line is worse then garbage. Dialogues and motivation on the lvl of Ben Counter. Iq lvl of every character is below 0. Strongly recommend to avoid this unless you like pain.

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Good but boring for long periods

The Story was quote good especially towards the end but it was painfully slow for the first third.

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  • 2020-02-11

Grim Derp with decent Narration

There is virtually nothing redeeming about this book; wonky logic, bad characters, and stilted world creation in a baby's-first-conspiracy-novel theme. Once again we get "heroic" space marines that are barely competent and riddled with crippling foibles that is NOT AT ALL offset by them being extremely good at the one thing they were designed for; killing, because they're not even good at that as written here.

If you're just in love with Primaris, the Dark Imperium/Vigilus/Kill Team game setting, or just a colossal (sons of) Dorn fan-boy, it's worth a cursory "let me milk 10 hours of distraction from something" listen but no where near a full price purchase and debatably not even worthy of the free monthly credit.

Reed is serviceable as a narrator but he's no Jonathan Keeble.

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  • 2020-02-14

A good example event in the 40K universe

It’s not deep in terms of story and character development but it is a good example of 40K in terms of it’s full of high stakes, action, and war.

Also a decent novel if you want to read something with Imperial Fists/Genestealer Cults/Deathwatch.

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  • 2020-02-26

another mediocre bolter porn or something else?...

You will enjoy this one if you consider it a camouflaged mockery of GW and their primaris focus

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  • Raymundo
  • 2020-02-08

Psycho FIST!

A really nice look into when a IF gets flat footed by an unconventional enemy.And a good look into a rare form of psycker, a geomancer!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-05-28

A little less space marine death please

Is it just me or does war hammer seemed to be trying to kill off all the old space Marines. By the end of the book I was How many the space Marines that weren't main characters were still alive. It was like every 5 minutes another space marine was dying. It was really hard to listen to

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  • David
  • 2020-03-28

Not going to make space marine fan boys happy

Personally I thought it was a mostly good book, but fans that want Mary Sue space marines that are perfect in every way will probably hate it. The space marines find themselves being forced to fight in a way that they are very, very bad at, namely a war of attrition against genestealers that have started a revolution of disenfranchised miners. The enemy are numerous, capable of blending in with the general population, suicidal, and are using weapons that can kill space marines while negating any advantages they have in being superior soldiers, such as large explosives and psychic attacks. In that way it's a more "realistic" type scenario than most WH40K space marine-centric books, and probably inspired by American/European troops fighting insurgents in the Middle East. Another funny thing about this book is that every time a space marine goes into combat without his helmet on, something hits him in the face lol which is great if depictions of space marines without helmets on annoy you.