Dec 03, 2022
Shadow Point
Posted by Gordon Rennie

Free Read Shadow Point - by Gordon Rennie, Shadow Point, Gordon Rennie, Shadow Point In this exciting sequel to Execution Hour the crew of the Starship Macharius is embroiled in a desperate struggle to stop the Chaos powers which are under the leadership of the infamous Warmaster Abaddon Original Free Read Shadow Point - by Gordon Rennie - Shadow Point, Shadow Point In this exciting sequel to Execution Hour the crew of the Starship Macharius is embroiled in a desperate struggle to stop the Chaos powers which are under the leadership of the infamous Warmaster Ab

  • Title: Shadow Point
  • Author: Gordon Rennie
  • ISBN: 9780743443265
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
Free Read Shadow Point - by Gordon Rennie, Shadow Point, Gordon Rennie, Shadow Point In this exciting sequel to Execution Hour the crew of the Starship Macharius is embroiled in a desperate struggle to stop the Chaos powers which are under the leadership of the infamous Warmaster Abaddon Original

Free Read Shadow Point - by Gordon Rennie - Shadow Point, Shadow Point In this exciting sequel to Execution Hour the crew of the Starship Macharius is embroiled in a desperate struggle to stop the Chaos powers which are under the leadership of the infamous Warmaster Ab

Callum Shephard

When it comes to Black Library, there are a few key novels which are signified as being massive game changers for the franchise and fan favourites Ian Watson s Space Marine, Dan Abnett s First and Only, and Graham McNeill s Storm of Iron are the traditional ones, but the Gothic War duology is sadly forgotten these days While likely down to a lack of reprints until recently, the sad truth is that it s one of the best novels of its kind and covers a subject so often skipped by many authors Naval l [...]


Michael T Bradley

I m of two minds about this book On one hand, I really, really enjoyed this, especially in comparison with the first half of this duology, which I thought worked well UNTIL it became a unified story This is obviously a novel, not a novella some short stories put together, and that s a good thing On the other hand, what I enjoyed MOST about this book was the first half, the kind of setting all the pieces in order and the tension and the character buildup The second half, the huge four sided, ever [...]


Simon

Well this was somewhat disappointing As the sequel to the previous book I sort of hoped it would answer some of the outstanding questions, but it didn t touch on anything from the previous book at all Instead posing a bunch of new questions, most of which it didn t really answer either.And the fundemental plot didn t really make much sense either.All in all, a disappointment Though the space battle scenes were good, which gets it the second star.


I.F. Adams

You know, I know I read it I know I didn t hate it But thats about it An unremarkable WH40k yarn, though I do have a soft spot for the navy part of that universe.


Alexander Suzdaltsev

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Jonathan Ensor

A simple plot with simple characters and occasionally clunky prose, Shadow Point still captures the feel of the 40k universe and delivers an enjoyable, if uninspired, tale of spaceship combat.



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