[Ebook] ➫ Deathfire ➪ Nick Kyme – Writerscompany.co.uk

Deathfire Vulkan Lies In State Beneath The Fortress Of Hera, And Yet Many Of His Sons Still Refuse To Believe That He Is Truly Dead After A Seemingly Miraculous Rescue By The Ultramarines, Artellus Numeon, Once Captain Of The Pyre Guard, Urges The Other Salamanders On Macragge To Leave Imperium Secundus And Return Their Primarch S Body To The Home World Of Nocturne There To Be Reborn In The Flames Of Mount Deathfire But Numeon Grapples Endlessly With His Doubts And Fears For The Future Of The Legion, While Their Foes Seek To Carve Out New Destinies Of Their OwnThe Salamanders Embark Upon An Odyssey Across The Galaxy Primarchs, Daemons And Haunting Visions Bar Their Path And A Physical Journey Becomes An Emotional One As Numeon And His Brothers Struggle To Reconcile Vulkan S Seeming Death With Their Certainty That He Will Return And Let S Not Forget The Massive Battle As The Death Guard Invade Nocturne


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10 thoughts on “Deathfire

  1. says:

    If ever there was a Black Library release which can be judged by its title alone, it would be Deathfire Really, the very word itself is all you need to know, cringe worthy, almost juvenile and written with a mishandled intent to produce something meaningfully epic What s inside proves to be a drawn


  2. says:

    Vulkan Lives it s important to remember this fact which is why it s repeated every couple of pages in one form or another I know this is a novel about the Salamanders Vulkan but it does get a little tedious when you feel like you re re reading the same conversations multiple times Overall Deathfire is enjoy


  3. says:

    Oh boy, I don t even know how to begin This has been a rather. controversial book since it originally came out early this year, with a whole hell of a lot of internet whining, and a nice spread of I enjoyed it s For example, my go to Warhammer novel man, didn t like it When I started the book, I was met with some v


  4. says:

    Drinking game one shot every time a Salamander says Vulkan lives.But of that I really enjoied this Warhammer 30k version of Homer s Odissey view spoiler The horror Event horizon style part was really good and it was a pleasure seeing The King in Crimson again just can t wait for another Thousand Sons HH novel hide spoiler


  5. says:

    One star for Balthusa Narek, whom I consider one of theinteresting and funnier characters in Horus Heresy series.As for the rest, it made my ears not enough time to read it, so audiobook it was bleed Combat was so purple and boring, that it was not even up to the standards of the regular bolterporn and philosophical parts were rea


  6. says:

    This was going to be a rant A rant pretty much in the same vein as the rant about Nick Kyme s last attempt.A rant about his pathetic dialogue, horrendous scene setting and forgettable characters A rant about how in two books he s done nothing but stretch out an already bloated series for no discernible reason or payoff This book s unrelen


  7. says:

    What the hell did I just read


  8. says:

    This is a 50 50 I liked it as much as I did not The main characters and the main plot of the story is quite interesting, but it was ooooh soooo unnecessarily stretched out Also I feel like Death Guard could ve been replaced with any other traitor ...


  9. says:

    I didn t dislike this one exactly despite it s occasionally remedial grasp on lore I just couldn t get into it I took forever to read it because I just wasn t excited to get back to it and I did something else instead when I would normally be reading, which is really the book s worst sin as like most people I know I m already an entire book case behind in my int


  10. says:

    Not quite the strongest entries in the long running Horus Heresy series, Deathfire is still an entertaining, engaging read from veteran Salamanders writer Nick Kyme that looks at what happens after Vulkan, the Primarch of the Salamanders is slain The Salamanders themselves are at a crossroads, saved only from certain death by a miraculous intervention by the Ultramarine


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