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Courage and Honour (Ultramarines Series)
     

Courage and Honour (Ultramarines Series)

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by Graham McNeill
 

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Book five in the Ultramarines series follows the tale of Uriel Ventris as he tries to regain the trust of the 4th company and the Ultramarines chapter after his time in the Eye of Terror and his continued fight against the powers of chaos

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Book five in the Ultramarines series follows the tale of Uriel Ventris as he tries to regain the trust of the 4th company and the Ultramarines chapter after his time in the Eye of Terror and his continued fight against the powers of chaos

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ISBN-13:
9781844167234
Publisher:
Games Workshop
Publication date:
05/25/2010
Series:
Warhammer 40,000 Series , #5
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 4.36(h) x 1.15(d)

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Graham McNeill has written more than twenty novels for Black Library. His Horus Heresy novel, A Thousand Sons, was a New York Times bestseller and his Time of Legends novel, Empire, won the 2010 David Gemmell Legend Award. Originally hailing from Scotland, Graham now lives and works in Nottingham.

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Courage and Honour (Ultramarines Series) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
JenfromDenver More than 1 year ago
The 5th installment in the saga of Uriel Ventris and Pasanius Lysane is very good and well worth the wait. The action is well paced and who doesn't like seeing space marines beat up on Tau? The book is obviously merely the second installment to what will be a second three-part story. The story takes place on the planet from the second UM book in which they fought the Tyranids. It's nice to see old places and characters revisited as once again the world is threatened to be consumed by a xenos force. My only complaints with the book are that Pasanius is absent (they explain why and it totally makes sense, but seeing as he is my favorite character, it was disheartening), and Mr. McNeill's own, current-day political view points are definitely voiced frequently (though not nearly as ad nauseum as in "The Killing Ground"). Totally a good read. :)