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04-22-16 11:38 AM
forkmaster

Read the first one, felt I could almost have written something better and English isn't even my first language. He has done much better work with the HH-EC actually.
04-21-16 04:56 AM
gen.ahab Ummmmmmmm...........


I'm good. They do a set of hardbacks for the Ragnar Series, though... yeah, I'd throw money at that shit. This? Well, this is actually shit, so I'll just leave my wallet where it is.
04-21-16 04:11 AM
Reaper45
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Originally Posted by Kharn The Complainer View Post
Personally, I feel that the Salamanders and the Iron Hands should have been destroyed at Istvaan. I find them the least interesting of all the legions.
Only because no one has taken the time to write for them.

There's what a million books on all the other chapters but no one has made a serious effort to write for them.
04-20-16 08:52 PM
Lord of the Night Indeed Doelago, buying something you dislike because it's collectors is very hardcore.

As for me I am unsure. Eisenhorn? Yes. Night Lords? HELL YES! But Salamanders?? Don't know... I liked the books, but did I like them enough to get them again in hardback? A thorny question that will take some thought. Fortunately because this is a Nick Kyme trilogy, it ain't going to sell out any time soon so I have time to make up my mind.


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04-20-16 07:33 PM
Knockagh
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Originally Posted by Doelago View Post
I very much dislike most of the stuff Nick Kyme writes and I was not a fan of the first book in this series either, but they look quite pretty, so after some deliberation I went ahead and ordered it. Remains to be seen how much I will end up regretting it.

You my friend, are diehard!
04-20-16 07:27 PM
Doelago I very much dislike most of the stuff Nick Kyme writes and I was not a fan of the first book in this series either, but they look quite pretty, so after some deliberation I went ahead and ordered it. Remains to be seen how much I will end up regretting it.
04-20-16 06:41 PM
Knockagh I quite liked some of the heresy era salamander stuff. But it's a small quite. Maybe it's not the salamanders it's mr Nick has made them so dull. I like the concept behind the iron hands but they are pretty hard to make interesting.
04-20-16 06:36 PM
Kharn The Complainer Personally, I feel that the Salamanders and the Iron Hands should have been destroyed at Istvaan. I find them the least interesting of all the legions.
04-20-16 02:02 PM
Angel of Blood Lol. No.
04-20-16 09:22 AM
Knockagh
Salamanders trilogy in hardback....

Another one..... Coming thick and fast these days. It's a pretty set of books but I'm completely relieved to say they are not for me, I didn't enjoy this series so I will leave it to Mr Kymes fans to feel the wallet pain this time around!

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