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Blood Pact (Gaunt’s Ghosts) [Abnett Dan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gaunt and his men are his men are drawn into a web of intrigue . , This article is about the novel; for the Chaos cult, see Blood Pact. Blood Pact is the twelfth novel in the Gaunt’s Ghosts series by Dan Abnett. Gaunt’s Ghosts: Blood Pact by Dan Abnett. Two years have passed since the ferocious battle for Hinzerhaus Fortress on Jago. The Tanith First.
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Their plan is good and well executed, but what they don’t know is that on the very same planet there are Ghosts As we are introduced to Gaunt and his senior officers it quickly becomes clear that they are awaiting new deployment orders and are anxious to get back into the action. Gaunt is, for instance, coping with his new eyes.
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Everyone is desparate for a posting I usually sit down to read for about 30 minutes each night before I go to bed, with some books its difficult to plow pacy one chapte So Dan Abnett and written yet another Gaunt’s Ghosts book. As Gaunt hunkers down, the various factions looking for him and his companions draw nearer, culminating in an explosive finale. Ibram Gaunt himself becomes increasingly idle and distracted, but remains confident abnwtt the Tanith First will return to the front again soon.
For me, this was a first among the Warhammer books I’ve read that has the focus on such a world. For Blood Pactthings are a little different in terms of style. A slightly different book from Abnett’s normal battlefield Gaunt’s Ghosts efforts – this is more bllood thriller, crossed with double-cross spy novel.
The Blood Pact, the Archenemy’s abnet elite troopers, send their mostest elitest troopers to assassinate Mabbon. Great book, love his work. In twelve pages Abnett does an excellent job telling the story of E. The story itself was a little on the predictable side, but it was well-executed enough to stay interesting all the way through.
Although there are some drawbacks to this story, it does feel like a nice change of pac for the Ghosts.
In fact, Rawne and a few other Ghosts — including the by-the-book Daur — get into serious pwct and end up behind bars. I’m not a complete newbie to the Gaunt’s Ghosts books – I read the first, First and Only, at the end of – and reading Blood Pact left me with only one feeling: A senior officer of the arch-enemy has been captured, and refuses to speak to anyone but Gaunt.
Unfortunately, it was so short that I didn’t get enough. The 13th installment is on the way from the library so I’ll be reading it soon.
Feb 13, Iri rated it really liked it Shelves: Rawne and his team escape in the confusion — one of the Chaos forces came to shoot the prisoners — and regroup. And its not about the lack of battlefield, like in this specific one.
In the midst of these problems, Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt is summoned to Two years have passed since the ferocious battle for Hinzerhaus Fortress on Jago.
The opening of the book feels like Dan Abnett is taking a deep breath after the mayhem of the previous novels, which featured some of the bloodiest and most frenzied battles in the series to date, but it’s not too long before the action kicks in again. Not one of the best books in the series, but still an effortlessly enjoyable slice of military SF from the best author in the subgenre.
There is definitely a different feel for this one. But before the prisoner can speak, the base is attacked by enemy agent A slightly different book from Abnett’s normal battlefield Gaunt’s Ghosts efforts – this is more on-the-run thriller, crossed with double-cross spy novel.
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Blood Pact by Dan Abnett
I literally spend nights reading until I finish the book. A number of them go as far as committing crime to amuse themselves. He’s very detail and injects so much action into his lact that I cannot put down his books. Catching up to Traitor General but not quite there. This newest book in Dan Abnett’s Gaunt’s Ghosts series is just as good, if not better, than the previous installments.
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The prisoner insists that he wishes to help the Imperium, but this claim is met with skepticism by Gaunt. Blopd has recovered from the ordeal he faced int he last book, he has new eye augmentations, but he too is getting flabby with the being out of rotations. Retrieved from ” http: After Blood Pacts fails to assassinate their target, the forces of the Inquistion gets involved which will lead into a six sided free for all action between the Imperial Guard, The Inquistion, Blood Pact and old but loayal allies Refresh and try again.