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Gildar Rift
     

Gildar Rift

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by Sarah Cawkwell
 

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When the ancient warship Wolf of Fenris emerges from the warp, Imperial forces find that it has been overrun by the dreaded Red Corsairs. However, this is no mere raiding party – Huron Blackheart and his entire renegade fleet soon follow, intent on conquering the Gildar Rift and tightening their grip on the sector

When the ancient warship Wolf of Fenris

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When the ancient warship Wolf of Fenris emerges from the warp, Imperial forces find that it has been overrun by the dreaded Red Corsairs. However, this is no mere raiding party – Huron Blackheart and his entire renegade fleet soon follow, intent on conquering the Gildar Rift and tightening their grip on the sector

When the ancient warship Wolf of Fenris emerges from the warp, Imperial forces find that it has been overrun by the dreaded Red Corsairs. However, this is no mere raiding party – Huron Blackheart and his entire renegade fleet soon follow, intent on conquering the Gildar Rift and tightening their grip on the sector. Lance batteries and torpedo salvos burn fiery contrails through the void, and only Captain Arrun of the Silver Skulls Space Marine Chapter can halt the renegades’ advance. The fate of the Rift will not be decided in the heavens but on the surface of Gildar Secundus below.

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ISBN-13:
9781849701075
Publisher:
Black Library
Publication date:
12/28/2011

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Sarah Cawkwell is a freelance writer based in north-east England. Her work for Black Library includes the Silver Skulls novels The Gildar Rift and Portents, and the Architect of Fate novella, Accursed Eternity. For Warhammer, she is best known for her stories featuring the daemon princess of Khorne, Valkia the Bloody.

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Gildar Rift 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
while typical in the end of most warhammer 41k books, the writing is quite good and you really do get attatched to characters, which most warhammer 41k fans know is never a good idea.
Werewolf48 More than 1 year ago
This has great moves and planning that will have you highly in impressed. Also if you're a Space Marine battle fan then you'll see that this book is a lot more black and white than the others.