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Hmm, Xisor, I gotta be honest; I haven't read any of the novels you just named. I've read five BL novels, and I've reviewed them all now (I've also read the entire hammer and bolter year one, plus a few other short stories), but from what I've read the sundering series is awesome, and I look forward to them. It's interesting what you say, and I must say Gav Thorpe's voice is repressed quite a lot in Kill Team. I wouldn't have noticed if you hadn't pointed it out, but I know what you mean. Kill Team is much more about Kage's story, and you can barely tell that it was penned by an author. You could easily believe it was Kage's memoirs. I don't mind, as I'm sure I'll like both styles, but you make an interesting point
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