- By Anthony Reynolds

Mark of Chaos (Warhammer Novels)

  • Title: Mark of Chaos (Warhammer Novels)
  • Author: Anthony Reynolds
  • ISBN: 9781844163960
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Mark of Chaos Warhammer Novels This is the action packed novelization of Namco s hit computer game of war on a formidable scale The dark forces of Chaos are an ever present threat to the civilized lands of the Empire Their regular

    This is the action packed novelization of Namco s hit computer game of war on a formidable scale The dark forces of Chaos are an ever present threat to the civilized lands of the Empire Their regular incursions call for mankind to defend its life to the last man if necessary It is a crucible where heroes are made and legends are born When a young commander is caught upThis is the action packed novelization of Namco s hit computer game of war on a formidable scale The dark forces of Chaos are an ever present threat to the civilized lands of the Empire Their regular incursions call for mankind to defend its life to the last man if necessary It is a crucible where heroes are made and legends are born When a young commander is caught up in this carnage of war, he must prove his honor by tracking down and destroying one of the most feared enemy leaders With massive promotion alongside the computer game, this thrilling novel is sure to satisfy the battle hungry appetites of games players and Warhammer fans alike

    1 thought on “Mark of Chaos (Warhammer Novels)

    1. Mark of Chaos written by Anthony Reynolds based upon the game with the same title.The story flows nicely and it's divided by the main view of the two characters. Stefan von Kessel a captain of Ostermark and Hroth a champion of Khorne.The story begins after the defeat of Warlord Asavar Kul at the hands of the emperor Magnus Pious. The invasion force was scattered and most of tribes destroyed. But several tribes of the Norscan, Kurgan and the Hung wandered through the lands of Kislev and within th [...]

    2. This book is really good and interesting and this book has a lot of plot twists and it talks about a land filled with evils and the Empire (the Humans) need heroes that are willing to fight the evils.

    3. It was ok, better than expected, still after reading other warhammer books I actually felt that the book was to bloody in some aspects. The fight scenes are good however you shouldn't expect any surprising plot twists.

    4. i thought it was a good book with plenty of violence and action throughout not alot of surprises. it follows the line of war novels.

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