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It's up on the BL site, the eBook version at least (which is more expensive than the paper one).

Is it worth it? I've not read any of the books in it. And I recently finished the The Night Lords omnibus. So my bar is set pretty high at the moment.
 

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The first 2 books was pretty enjoyable, the third one not so. Due to the author forgetting how a certain 'ornament' is supposed to work, that so much is tied on in the plot.
 

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I enjoyed the book very much. My first journey into the grey knights.
Same here. Counter does great work with demons. Very inventive. I really like the Inquisitor in the first book. And, of course, the Grey Knights are awesome. The ways they resist, and all that, it's explained nicely.
 

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The first 2 books was pretty enjoyable, the third one not so. Due to the author forgetting how a certain 'ornament' is supposed to work, that so much is tied on in the plot.
How do you mean here? :)
 

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How do you mean here? :)

 

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Seems like Chaos contradicting itself! But yeah I can see the problem there.
 

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The first novel was the best, as it had a coherent storyline, a very clear sense of how it wanted to portray the Grey Knights, and had a very satisfying twist in the end.

The second was so-so and rather disjointed.

The third is going to be divisive, as it's something of an attempt to deconstruct the heroic image of the Grey Knights. I do feel it's very creative though.
 
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