[[ PDF / Epub ]] ★ Space Marine (Warhammer 40,000) Author Ian Watson – Higo2cam.info

Space Marine (Warhammer 40,000) This was the first of the many novels of the Adeptes Astartesand it is on some serious crack The book is a fun enough read, an episodic story of three boys from the same hive world who are recruited to the Imperial Fists There is scatology galore along with lots of sadomasochistic rituals and plenty of rites where Fists undergo naked This is far, far less sexy than it sounds There are also tyranids, daemons, and Chaos worshiping Squats I enjoyed the book, but feel the need to retreat to This was the first of the many novels of the Adeptes Astartesand it is on some serious crack The book is a fun enough read, an episodic story of three boys from the same hive world who are recruited to the Imperial Fists There is scatology galore along with lots of sadomasochistic rituals and plenty of rites where Fists undergo naked This is far, far less sexy than it sounds There are also tyranids, daemons, and Chaos worshiping Squats I enjoyed the book, but feel the need to retreat to Horus Rising again as a tonic Has a 40k novel ever made you think Likely not This one will.This will ruin all other 40k novels for you This doesn t just have fun with the over the top setting, it dives full on into the crazy, wallows in it, and then smiles at you with entrails sticking out between its teeth If you think about it, the 40k space marines are messed up Basically, they abduct children, pump them full of drugs and turn them into masochistic, religious child soldiers They charge into battle yelling TO KILL I Has a 40k novel ever made you think Likely not This one will.This will ruin all other 40k novels for you This doesn t just have fun with the over the top setting, it dives full on into the crazy, wallows in it, and then smiles at you with entrails sticking out between its teeth If you think about it, the 40k space marines are messed up Basically, they abduct children, pump them full of drugs and turn them into masochistic, religious child soldiers They charge into battle yelling TO KILL IS TO PRAY While they all come from males, they have their sexuality removed due to the gene treatments However, all the battle scenes are described in oddly sexual tones, with las beams piercing hulls and exploding in glorious excitement It s a hard book to get through because at every turn you want to say that s messed up , while the novel goes about its business as if nothing strange happened This is 40K before it was literally written for 14 year olds This is a war novel that doesn t dress up the fact that in the future, war is even less fun then it has ever been before So awhile ago they did a Warhammer 40k roleplaying game and as much as I love Warhammer fantasy I thought it d be fun to see the space version I m not one for minuture wargaming but I do love dark bleak scifi My friend offered to loan me some of his books and suggested I read this first While the book definitely had some flaws, there were no women, the prose was kinda klunky and the author had a rather Marquise de Sade unfortunate fondness for poo, it was still a fun read The book made stars So awhile ago they did a Warhammer 40k roleplaying game and as much as I love Warhammer fantasy I thought it d be fun to see the space version I m not one for minuture wargaming but I do love dark bleak scifi My friend offered to loan me some of his books and suggested I read this first While the book definitely had some flaws, there were no women, the prose was kinda klunky and the author had a rather Marquise de Sade unfortunate fondness for poo, it was still a fun read The book made starship troopers look like a holiday camp It was all about how horrible the good guys were, how terrible society is, and how manyeven worse things there are out there It did a brilliant job of setting out what a very bad place the warhammer 40k universe is Building up each layer from the human society, to the demons, to the alien invaders Unsurprisingly there wasn t much characterisation The plot followed three different boys going through their space marine training and fighting, one from each class in society The smart scumnik was my favourite I liked that the lowest class was the smartest The upper society boy got a bit too masachistic and the middle class got a big gay crush on the upper society guy As I said not much in the way of characterisation but it was interesting to see how they developed I have borrowednovels and have already started the inquisition one, which actually has a female main character, yay I m hoping reading these will make me want to run the RPG Imperial Fists are one of the mightiest Space Marines Chapters of the First Founding era.In this very interesting book we follow three young boys from three very different social classes from hive city of Necromunda as they advance through the ranks of the Imperial Fists from Scout units to full Battle Brothers They will each find and follow their own way religious zealotry and combat pragmatism and soon animosity caused both by their origins and by the interactions before joining Imperial Imperial Fists are one of the mightiest Space Marines Chapters of the First Founding era.In this very interesting book we follow three young boys from three very different social classes from hive city of Necromunda as they advance through the ranks of the Imperial Fists from Scout units to full Battle Brothers They will each find and follow their own way religious zealotry and combat pragmatism and soon animosity caused both by their origins and by the interactions before joining Imperial Fists will be replaced by bond that will keep them together in the direst of circumstances.Watson portrays the world of Warhammer 40000 in the grimmest possible light there is truly no hope here, man is only one among untold billions and future of the race is at stake and dangerous he encounters are truly overwhelming.Great novel according to long time W40000 fans description and story differs from current game rules so bear that in mind you purists.Highly recommended When the publisher, Black Library, says Believe us when we tell you that Space Marine is quite unlike any other Warhammer 40,000 novel you ve ever read They really aren t kidding This was written at the time when GW was still in it s infancy in space They really had just taken their fantasy line and dropped it in space and it shows.The book itself is kinda split into 3 books within it It starts on Necromunda at the time that the Confrontation rules were being developed and man were those When the publisher, Black Library, says Believe us when we tell you that Space Marine is quite unlike any other Warhammer 40,000 novel you ve ever read They really aren t kidding This was written at the time when GW was still in it s infancy in space They really had just taken their fantasy line and dropped it in space and it shows.The book itself is kinda split into 3 books within it It starts on Necromunda at the time that the Confrontation rules were being developed and man were those complicated This is what drew me to the book as I am a huge Necromunda fan You get a glimpse of how Necromunda was envisioned at the time and that s awesome It quickly goes to the recruitment of 3 gangers which shows how the Imperial Fists increased their ranks This was probably the most interesting part of the book, being given an initiate look at the recruitment and training process of a Chapter.The second and third books see our heros anti heros chasing down an arch heretic across multiple theaters of battle There is an epic Titan battle that the characters take a direct part in Tunnel fighting with Ambull riding squats Even a run in with Chaos and I m very glad that GW went the sexual path for Slaneesh instead of how it depicted in these books.Well worth the read, even it is really odd I first read this when I was 10 or 11 and I m pleased to say it remains a strange, delirious, hallucinatory SF novel, as weirdly haunting and evocative as Ian Watson s non licensed work If you enjoyed this, I would also recommend the Inquisitor trilogy, which in fact crosses over with this short novel at certain points. So I was extremely conflicted on the rating for this book and had I knownabout Warhammer 40K universe maybe it would have been beneficial, but alas, I figured a good book should be able to tell ya own story And it did.Problem was me looking up about 4 5 words in the dictionary every other page It was so bad I had to check my own stupid level and send screenshots to some friends to see if it s just me.Nope Not just me Oddly enough, Ian Watson writing style reminds me of Ann Rice, alth So I was extremely conflicted on the rating for this book and had I knownabout Warhammer 40K universe maybe it would have been beneficial, but alas, I figured a good book should be able to tell ya own story And it did.Problem was me looking up about 4 5 words in the dictionary every other page It was so bad I had to check my own stupid level and send screenshots to some friends to see if it s just me.Nope Not just me Oddly enough, Ian Watson writing style reminds me of Ann Rice, although obviously a completely different genre But what I remember most vividly about reading Interview with the Vampire is how frustrated I was to need a dictionary constantly near me, so I couldn t fully immerse myself into the story for long.Same with Ian Watson.Once you get past not being able to really fully immerse, story is decent, but very choppy It reads almost like a video game Space marines go on random missions and kill things, missions don t seem to be related at all and the only thing coherent and persistent through the entire book is three main characters oddly twisted friendship and authors love of rectums and poop.I did like the grimness of the world, the terrorizing dark world where there doesn t seem to be a single ray of Hope, but people somehow survive The world was great The rest of it, mediocre and boring at best, for me.Roman Interesting to see how far Warhammer 40k has come since those early days back in the 90s and how different things were back then I also enjoyed finding outon how Space Marines are recruited and trained.This book gives a lot of background to the 40k lore and I m happy for that but I wish there were emphasises on the characters Even after reading the book I couldn t identify the brotherly bond between the 3 brothers of Trazior Hive.I also found the author has some huge fascination with fec Interesting to see how far Warhammer 40k has come since those early days back in the 90s and how different things were back then I also enjoyed finding outon how Space Marines are recruited and trained.This book gives a lot of background to the 40k lore and I m happy for that but I wish there were emphasises on the characters Even after reading the book I couldn t identify the brotherly bond between the 3 brothers of Trazior Hive.I also found the author has some huge fascination with fecal matter He really likes to put in scenes where the characters would eat and lick shit.This is a book for 40k fans who would like to dig deeper into the lore Gloriously bonkers I m pretty sure that Watson is taking the piss with this, but he does it gleefully and in a never less than an entertaining manner He delights in dirty schoolboy humour, borders on the homoerotic, pushes boundaries of horror especially where the fourteen year old target audience is concerned Still, thinking about it, perhaps Watson s approach is really the only honest way to depict the grimdark galaxy of the 40th millennium how could anybody maintain their sanity in such Gloriously bonkers I m pretty sure that Watson is taking the piss with this, but he does it gleefully and in a never less than an entertaining manner He delights in dirty schoolboy humour, borders on the homoerotic, pushes boundaries of horror especially where the fourteen year old target audience is concerned Still, thinking about it, perhaps Watson s approach is really the only honest way to depict the grimdark galaxy of the 40th millennium how could anybody maintain their sanity in such a universe Even the Adeptus Astartes must succumb in one way or another there are only degrees of insanity Not canon anysquats abound , but still this should be read by any 40k fan willing to look toward the true dark side of this most stygian of settings, and because nobody else would dare write about Space Marines like Watson did WarhammerSpace Marine Sur PC Jeuxvideo WarhammerSpace Marine Sur PC Est Un Jeu D Action La Troisime Personne Vous Voil Dans La Peau D Un Space Marine Et Vous Devrez Combattre De Nombreux Orks Et Tyranides Space Marine Warhammer , WikipdiaSave % On Warhammer , Space Marine On In Warhammer , Space Marine You Are Captain Titus, A Space Marine Of The Ultramarines Chapter And A Seasoned Veteran Of Countless Battles A Millions Strong Ork Horde Has Invaded An Imperial Forge World, One Space Marines Warhammer K LexicanumSpace Marines Warhammer K Wiki Fandom Space Marine Aspirants Must Be Adolescents Or Very Young Adults, As The Implants Must Be Able To Coordinate With A Human Male S 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