[AZW] õ Free Read Ñ Headtaker : by David Guymer ã #2020


  • Title: Headtaker
  • Author: David Guymer
  • ISBN: 9781849704045
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback

  • Headtaker By David Guymer A vicious scourge emerges to claim the Old WorldWarlord Queek Headtaker is unlike other skaven, a fearless warrior, a general who leads from the front and the grim victor of many great battles When King Kazador begins to gather an army at Karak Azul it falls to Queek to lead a surprise attack on the hold, but even one as cunning as he cannot resist the chance to face suchA vicious scourge emerges to claim the Old WorldWarlord Queek Headtaker is unlike other skaven, a fearless warrior, a general who leads from the front and the grim victor of many great battles When King Kazador begins to gather an army at Karak Azul it falls to Queek to lead a surprise attack on the hold, but even one as cunning as he cannot resist the chance to face such a renowned hero of the dwarfs in single combat With old enemies moving against him on both sides of the conflict, he musters his stormvermin for war
    David Guymer
    David Guymer is a freelance author, PhD in molecular microbiology which still comes in handy than you might think , and tabletop warlord based in the Yorkshire East Riding He is the author of the Gotrek Felix novels City of the Damned, Kinslayer, and the series conclusion, Slayer, which is currently long listed for the David Gemmell Legend Award and can be voted on here gemmellawards award vo

    Headtaker By David Guymer

    Commentaires:

    DarkChaplain
    Headtaker is an incredibly strong novel and delivers a great demonstration of Skaven supremacy, lots of humor, schemes and backstabbing, stubborn dwarfs and heavy hitting orcs, but also very visceral action and some truly thought provoking scenes.Queek Headtaker himself had fantastic character development throughout the book, becoming and menacing, shifting from pure madness and bloodlust to a genuinely fearsome warlord playing his own cards smartly But not just the great Headtaker himself fel [...]

    Felicity Keane
    Being quite new to the world of Warhammer, I found this quite a tricky book to get into.Having read Valkia the Bloody and Skarsnik prior to this, I found them quite accessible due to following the characters from their early years to their status as the established characters we know and love hate in the Warhammer lore.Headtaker throws you straight into the action and lacking any knowledge of the principal characters, it was a bit of a struggle for me to follow at first.But in spite of this, I s [...]

    Stephan
    This is one of the hardest novels for me to review There was some truly memorable characters, backstabbing, action and lots of evil ratmen and noble dwarves.My problem lies with how the story was told.The entire premise with a skaven plot to stop a dwarven stronghold from producing and selling arms to other dwarves is pretty good The Headtaker him self is quite awesome As is the assassins, the old thing Sharpwit and there s a rat who truly deserved the name not to mention the grey seer and his a [...]

    Maximilian Surjadi
    This is the 8th Warhammer novel I read, other than Gotrek Felix and Grey Seer Thanquol series Honestly, sometimes the narrative and story line are pretty hard to follow The reason this is a four and not a five star.The story are surrounding those of uniqely character Amazing development in the Skaven character, like the cunningly old Sharpwit, the mad warlord Queek, even the haughty Grey Seer Razzel Each are skaven, each have a very distinct point of view Unfortunately on the other side, some ch [...]

    Jonathan Ensor
    Fantastic characters, particularly the titular Queek Headtaker and his rival ally Sleek Sharpwit, let down by a sometimes arbitrary plot A definite recommendation for someone wanting to explore the Skaven, or Dwarfs for that matter, of the Warhammer Fantasy setting For those looking for a strong, standalone novel, you may want to look elsewhere.

    Jeff
    Felt the story was very slow, jumped from character to character so often and needlessly, found myself unable to follow the story David Guymer does eventually deliver a good yarn, but it took me so long to get through, I can t rate it higher.

    Dave Kirlin
    Neat content and characterization, but I found the action and general story line hard to follow at times.

    Christoph Weber
    Ich sollte etwas vorsichtiger in meiner Auswahl sein, und nicht alle Warhammer B cher ungeschaut lesen Headtaker war zachweberseite buecher head

    Radek Liška
    Amazing

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      Published :2019-08-09T23:45:52+00:00