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10 thoughts on “The Hunt for Voldorius

  1. says:

    As with all books that comes from the Black Library, you get a vague description of an Adeptus Astartes chapter, then the story runs..In this case the White Scars chapter led by Ko sarro Master of the hunt, and the opponent Voldorious, it isn t a fast pace story, but a good story nonetheless, the reason for hunting Voldorious, where the protagonist went, and the final curtain at Quintus.ummmmm can t forget about the other chapter in this story the Raven GuardI guess I ll recommend this As with all books that comes from the Black Library, you get a vague description of an Adeptus Astartes chapter, then the story runs..In this case the White Scars chapter led by Ko sarro Master of t...


  2. says:

    Andy Hoare s HUNT FOR VOLDORIOUS has all the minimum requirements for a book in the Space Marine Battles series There s a Space Marine chapter White Scars, in this case , an enemy Alpha Legion and traitor militia , and plenty of over the top violence I lost track of the number of times someone was cut in half Unfortunately, it s a little short on story, and as a result doesn t really hold up well with either RYNN s WORLD or HELLSREACH the first two books in the series.The 3rd company o Andy Hoare s HUNT FOR VOLDORIOUS has all the minimum requirements for a boo...


  3. says:

    This one is terrible.You take the tribal nature of the Scars and you just beat us to death with it This book exhausted me I finished it out of sheer spite, honestly.I disliked the characters as painfully thin shams of people The great big evil was just some moronic daemon ...


  4. says:

    Interesting book from the standpoint of the Raven Guard and the White Scars working in conjunction against the traitorous Alpha Legion, led by the Chaos tainted Voldorius, but probably near the bottom of Warhammer books I ve read from a quality of writing standpoint I thought there was a bit t...


  5. says:

    Started out a bit of a 3 star, but wow it picked up and was awesome The South Nine Battle really redeemed it and was a real page turner til the end after that Great battles


  6. says:

    I have always been a huge fan of the Mongols When I was six, I would get my mom to take me to the library to rent Genghis Khan, a turn based strategy game for the NES When I was 7, I would make the same request for Genghis Khan II Clan of the Grey Wolf for the Sega Genesis A couple of years later, S...


  7. says:

    This book rates only two stars or to quote that bastion of TV comedy scientific knowledge Sheldon Cooper it rates a Meh Of course I wasn t expecting much Most of the novels in this or any of the Warhammer based series are not intended to be great literature But this one was just a bit too much roaring motorbike engines, despicable warp spawned monsters and way to formidable and virtuously stalwart Space Marines.I usually think of the serial SF novels based on either a game or movie as Mac This book rates only two stars or to quote that bastion of TV comedy scientific knowledge Sheldon Cooper it rates a Meh Of course I wasn t expecting much Most of the novels in this or any of the Warhammer based series are not intended to be great literature But this one was just a bit too much roaring motorbike engines, despicable warp spawned monsters and way to formidable and virtuously stalwart Space Marines.I usually think of the serial SF novels based on either a game or movie as MacCheese for the mind and the occasional respite from the intricacies of my usual histories, or something mentally a bitengaging Not that some of them haven t surprised me by being having a rather good story but this was definitely in the Meh category It sin the line of a paperback version of a grade B movie withthan it s share of gratuitous violence or a very cheaply done comic book Anyway it filled the slot as number 3 in...


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    This is my second time reading a book in the Battles series I was pleasantly surprised with the first one, but this one lived up to my expectations for the series While I don t regret reading it, there are many many better books featuring the Space Marines than this one Granted, part of that might be that I don t find the White Scars chapter particularly interesting However, the characters all seemed stereotypes of their chapters, and not even very interesting stereotypes, either.On the plus This is my second time reading a book in the Battles series I was pleasantly surprised with the first one, but this one lived up to my expectations for the series While I don t regret reading it, there are many many better books featuring the Space Marines than this one Granted, part of that might be that I don t find the White Scars chapter particularly interesting However, the characters all seemed stereotypes of their chapters, and not even very interesting stereotypes, either.On the plus side, you do get to see a...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book took me a long time to finish because life kept getting in the way For example I was 3 4 of the way through it when I had a trip to OZ and had to leave it at home due to weight restrictions.The book sufferes a bit due to the subject matter It s space marines of the good and the bad variety chasing, fighting and killing each other There are only so many ways to do that so parts of the book feel a bit familiar That being said it is a good Space Marine novel with some great insight in This book took me a long time to finish because life kept getting in the way For example I was 3 4 of the way through it when I had a trip to OZ and had to leave it at home due to weight restrictions.The book sufferes a bit due to the subject matter It s space marines of the good and the bad variety chasing, fighting and killing each other There are only so many ways to do that so parts of the book feel a bit familiar That being said it is a good Space Marine novel wi...


  10. says:

    As an avid reader of 40K fiction for quite a long while, I was excited to see a new series Space Marine Battles, introduced I started with this novel since I had not read much about the White Scars, a chapter that has been woefully under served in 40K literature Regrettably, Mr Hoares novel does nothing much to deepen the legacy or standing of the White Scars While I understand these novels are supposed to highlight one particular conflict or series of battles, I had hoped forchapte As an avid reader of 40K fiction for quite a long while, I was excited to see a new series Space Marine Battles, introduced I started with this novel since I had not ...


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The Hunt for Voldorius Captain Kor Sarro Khan Of The White Scars Is Petitioned By His Chapter Master To Hunt Down And Destroy The Daemon Prince Voldorius, A Warleader Of The Renegade Alpha Legion, Thus Ending His Reign Of Terror Across The Stars Hunting The Beast Doggedly For Over A Decade, Kor Sarro Finally Brings Voldorius To Battle On Quintus, A World That Has Totally Given Itself Over To The Alpha Legion Together With Their Raven Guard Allies, The White Scars Must Fight An Entire Planet If They Are To Slay The Daemon Prince.