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post #2 of (permalink) Old 02-16-12, 09:16 PM
Lupe
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Fifteen Hours was way better than Descent of Angels, in my opinion.

Granted, I did approach the former with the expectation of reading a 40K version of 'All quiet on the Western Front', which is, apparently a good mindset to be in while reading 15 Hours.

As for Descent of Angels, I guess I could say, to its defense, that it's not THAT bad. My main gripes are about long, dry descriptive paragraphs and a bland writing style that simply lacks any redeeming trait (such as Abnett's carefully studied elegance, McNeill's clean accuracy or ADB's pure poetry).
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