Throneworld By Guy Haley am Book Guy Haley is the author of Crash Champion of Mars the Richards and Klein series The Dreaming Cities and others He is a prolific cont
Throneworld By Guy Haley am Book Guy Haley is the author of Crash, Champion of Mars, the Richards and Klein series, The Dreaming Cities and others He is a prolific contributor to Games Workshop s Black Library imprint having written books including the bestselling Dark Imperium, Dante, Pharos and The Devastation of Baal.. Book 5 of The Beast ArisesA new threat arises on Holy Terra the eldar, attacking the Imperial Palace from beneath And in the depths of space, an unlikely alliance discovers a secret that might save the Imperium from the marauding orks But can they survive long enough to tell anyone The Imperium s situation has never been grim an ork attack moon hangs over Terra,Book 5 of The Beast ArisesA new threat arises on Holy Terra the eldar, attacking the Imperial Palace from beneath And in the depths of space, an unlikely alliance discovers a secret that might save the Imperium from the marauding orks But can they survive long enough to tell anyone The Imperium s situation has never been grim an ork attack moon hangs over Terra, and ork armadas ravage human space To make matters even worse, eldar strike at the heart of the Imperial Palace, forcing humanity s defenders to fight on two fronts at once Though it seems nothing can stop the orks neither brute force, science, nor faith an unlikely alliance in the furthest reaches of space uncovers the first clue how to defeat the greenskins The Adeptus Astartes now face an almost impossible task taking news of this discovery back to Terra through a galaxy teeming with orks.Mysteries abound as the eldar make their presence felt in the midst of humanity s war for survival And fans of the Imperial Fists and Iron Warriors will be thrilled or appalled to see rivalries sort of put aside as loyalists and traitors work together against their common foe. The best Ebook Throneworld Oh man, Throneworld. Guy Haley rocks his way into The Beast Arises series with a monumental bang! The story was utterly fantastic. Guy Haley masterfully picks up the strands where other authors have left off and runs with it. The novel opens with the Eldar, the insanely exciting cliff-hanger of book 4, and things get moving very quickly. This part of the novel was definitely one of the best, following the troupe of Eldar Harlequins as they tore through Terra to reach the Golden Throne. Guy did a fantastic job at capturing their wistfulness and arrogance, as well as their very fluid and alien combat. And for the banger of an intro, we finally got to see the Adeptus Custodies! Man was that a treat. Getting to see them now, 1500 years after the Golden Age was awesome. I don’t agree with some of the mumbling online that they were showed as underpowered or a victim of the Worf Effect (which can definitely happen in 40k). I really loved the continued evolution of the characters, and the setting as a whole.The politics on Mars escalating was insane. Red Heaven finally moving into position while the Martian Priesthood continued to delve further into their own experiments (Really dying to see where they go with this!)Getting to see where Kalkator went after his AWESOME intro in book 4 was amazing, and seeing his Black Templar hunters come into it was great. That whole story arc was probably my favourite of this novel, as Guy Haley wrote some very awesome Iron Warriors, and his previous experience with the Black Templars really showed. The whole scene from before to shortly after the alliance played out like a movie (and a good movie at that!). The Iron Warriors and the Black Templars having to put their bad blood aside to fight for survival, the witty quips and sarcastic remarks were just immensely entertaining to read. That whole story line had me itching to turn the page and find out what they would get up to. I was also surprised by the wonderfully used and portrayed irony of this part of the story. Really just goes to show that Guy Haley is easily amongst the top authors at Black Library.Back on the home-front, The Last Wall finally arrives to Terra and the Space Marines as a whole get to wade into the fight against the greenskins. Seeing the interaction between the chapters of The Last Wall was a treat, and getting to see them fighting, dying, and achieving victory together was glorious. Seeing our Imperial Fist grow into the Chapter Master he is destined to become was also wonderful. I think Guy did the politics on Terra involving the Imperial Fists and The Last Wall exceedingly well, and getting to see the politics really amp up for the next installment of the series was great.And of course, Our wonderful Grand Master Draken Vangoriach was an absolute delight to read, with hints dropped at the founding of the Ordos of the Inquisition and the Master Assassin finally playing the game and winning, I really look forward to what happens from here on out. We are but 1 book away from the half-way point, and I doubt the series is going to slow down much before the blood end of The Beheading!