Watchers in Death

  • Title: Watchers in Death
  • Author: David Annandale
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Watchers in Death Book of The Beast ArisesBrute force has failed and drastically so The assault on the ork home world has ended in disaster and new tactics are needed But will Koorland s new force his so called Death
    Book 9 of The Beast ArisesBrute force has failed and drastically so The assault on the ork home world has ended in disaster and new tactics are needed But will Koorland s new force his so called Deathwatch be effective The attempt to hunt down and kill the orks leader has ended in catastrophe The Imperium is reeling from the loss of so many beloved heroes, andBook 9 of The Beast ArisesBrute force has failed and drastically so The assault on the ork home world has ended in disaster and new tactics are needed But will Koorland s new force his so called Deathwatch be effective The attempt to hunt down and kill the orks leader has ended in catastrophe The Imperium is reeling from the loss of so many beloved heroes, and the military forces of mankind have been reduced to tatters Koorland now knows that brute force is not the answer but how else can the orks be fought In a radical move, he creates small, mixed Chapter units of Adeptus Astartes compact teams that will hit the enemy hard and fast, and with deadly accuracy With armour painted the black of mourning, the new strike teams become known as the Deathwatch But will this be enough to tip the balance, or does the Imperium need to discover other new means to defeat the orks It chronicles the birth of a beloved Warhammer 40,000 force and shows the Imperium in transition, finally learning from their mistakes in order to move forward to hopefully victory.

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    1. Review also published hereWatchers in Death was quite enjoyable to me. It suffers from some contrivances of the overall series, but the overall story was a satisfying origin piece for the Deathwatch and their particular style of engagement.Firstly, though, the cover presents a discrepancy with the book's content. The Deathwatch marine shown is wearing an Inquisition-branded shoulder guard, whereas in the book, the Deathwatch are autonomous. They are allying with Inquisitors Veritus and Wienand, [...]

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    2. Ah Watchers in Death!Book 9 in Black Library's The Beast Arises series sees our lords and heroes defeated, and looking for any way to continue this galaxy spanning war with The Beast and his innumerable orks. The story was fantastically written, and there were plenty of shocking or interesting reveals that impact the greater setting outside the story that were an absolute delight to read. The formation of the Deathwatch, which is really what this novel was all about, was fantastic. Seeing the di [...]

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    3. More like 3 1/2 stars."A new approach is most definitely in order. Which brings us to Watchers in Death.After conferring with Grand Master Vangorich, Koorland realizes that instead of massive frontal assaults against the orks, the Astartes should custom make 5 marine mixed-Chapter "kill teams" to conduct surgical strikes and precision kills. Never mind the fact that at the climax of The Beast Must Die, a kill-team of various Chapter Masters failed in their task of taking out the Beast, but I dig [...]

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    4. And so the new episode of TBA has arrived and just in time - to (Here Come The Drums!) be a true origin story for Deathwatch, which Codex coincidentally went for sale this Saturday. Being not a penultimate episode, it's not a great corebuilding story. But it's an interesting 'adventure/disaster' story on it's own. Let's get to the point.Episode 9 of the TBA was written by a very amusing and talented fella David Annandale. Being one of the Triumvirate authors (Guy Haley Gav Thorpe ) who has sever [...]

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    5. Very pleased with this book, it drops the overall scheme of the Beast Arises series from the galaxy-wide to a microcosm of the pressures upon the Imperium, and the subsequent (whisper it) innovation that follows. This culminates in a wonderful and evocative explanation of the creation of the Deathwatch that really adds wonderful extra layers of illustrious, born-in-the-fire history to this particular type of group within the Warhammer 40,000 universe.

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    6. I really enjoyed this book. The forces of the Imperium finally give up with their usual tactics and they form the Deathwatch to fight the orks. There are some very cool stories about small kill teams infiltrating ships & blowing them up. As well as some fights within mega titans.

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    7. If only the beginning of this series was as good as the ending has been. Still disjointed and crammed together but the story is a good one. Covering the formation of the deathwatch it made for an informative and great read.

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    8. wow a real page turner, we are finally getting somewhere with the BEAST

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    9. "Sometimes a single knife can be more effective than a broadsword"

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    10. As usual Annandale can make a poor fist of making combat in his writing seem distant and unimportant.With the return of the Sisters of Silence, and previously of Vulkan, we are seeing the foundation to the mentality of Roboute Guilliman in the Gathering Storm when he wakes up to find the Imperium gone to knackers.The Iron Warrior/Black Templar/Fists Exemplar alliance storyline literally got a page dedicated to it and that was all. Have the authors given up on that thread or the main story as aft [...]

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    11. You can read the full review over at my blog:shadowhawksshade.wordpressOff the bat, you may not realize it, but a lot of what has been happening in The Beast Arises is all a precursor to the status quo we know from the M41 era. There have already been rumblings about the division of specialities in the Inquisition and we also know that there are some High Lords among the High Twelve who do not have that seat by those familiar times. So in many ways, this series is charting out the history of the [...]

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    12. Awesome! *spoilers*The origination of Deathwatch told! So cool!

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    13. The ninth book in Black Library’s The Beast Arises series, Watchers in Death is David Annandale’s third and final contribution, following on closely from Gav Thorpe’s The Beast Must Die. With the Primarch Vulkan lost on Ullanor and the remaining Space Marine forces having taken a pounding, Koorland finds inspiration in an unlikely source, leading to a decision that’s as unpopular amongst the High Lords as it is inevitable given the title of this book. With the fate of The Beast unknown b [...]

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    14. David Annandale delivers another excellent episode of the Beast Arises. With the last couple of books in the series being light on intrigue from terra this book manages to deliver. The action is well written, and throughout the book you get the feeling that the tide of war is finally turning in favour of the heroes.

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    15. The birth of Deathwatch and the hunt for another myth. The loss of Vulcan still has the Emperium reeling but this new hope may be the key. However, the Sisters of Silence are believed to have faded off into myth with even less of a record of them than even the Primarchs. Can they find them in time?

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