The Hunt for Vulkan

  • Title: The Hunt for Vulkan
  • Author: David Annandale
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Hunt for Vulkan The Imperium is on the verge of destruction It needs a miracle to reunite the feuding High Lords and lead the armies of mankind to victory It needs a primarch Tearing itself apart from within the Imp
    The Imperium is on the verge of destruction It needs a miracle to reunite the feuding High Lords and lead the armies of mankind to victory It needs a primarch.Tearing itself apart from within, the Imperium is still virtually powerless to resist the ork advance When the Adeptus Mechanicus reveal they have discovered the orks point of origin, the Adeptus Astartes start tThe Imperium is on the verge of destruction It needs a miracle to reunite the feuding High Lords and lead the armies of mankind to victory It needs a primarch.Tearing itself apart from within, the Imperium is still virtually powerless to resist the ork advance When the Adeptus Mechanicus reveal they have discovered the orks point of origin, the Adeptus Astartes start to gather their forces for a massive assault on their enemy s home world But what the Imperial forces need is a figurehead, a hero from legend to lead them a primarch Meanwhile, on the planet Caldera, a mighty armoured warrior fights tirelessly against the orks is he the saviour the Imperium seeks A legend returns to the Imperium in its hour of need if Koorland and his warriors can fight their way through an army of orks to reach him, that is.

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    1. Review also published hereThe Hunt for Vulkan has to be the most direct and contained book in the series so far. In fact, I was surprised to find that I was already half through the novel at some point, with not much complicated happening. It is focused on one thing: Finding Vulkan, and it did so well.The downside to the Primarch focus is, obviously, that we get to see little of Terra or the wider Imperium once the hunt is on. While there are some very cool moments involving Koorland and the Hig [...]

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    2. You can read the full review over at my blog:shadowhawksshade.wordpressWhen politics gets in the middle of prosecuting a war effectively, then that usually spells doom for the good guys. As we’ve seen in The Beast Arises over the last six novels, this has been a central theme, something that has let the resurgent Ork threat run wildly rampant across the Imperium. And those who must fight this untenable war have grown ever more disillusioned of those who run the Imperial government, their incom [...]

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    3. The Beast Arises series continues with ‘The Hunt for Vulkan’ by David Annandale! Man, what a novel! As the title suggests, most of the novel focuses on finding our lost Primarch Vulkan, and we will get to him in a bit.The start of the novel was some of my favourite, showing Koorland politicking on Terra and the Fists Exemplar making a pit-stop on the Red Planet. I literally cannot express how absolutely amazing this set of scenes was. That right there, penned by the absolutely masterful Davi [...]

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    4. And here goes a review for episode 7 of TBA season. First of all let's congratulate David Annandale (a very prolific author) with his second episode in Black Library 'GoT' and a definite improvement comparing to his first novel in TBA 'The Last Wall'.If in his previous book he had a lot of problems making a clear plotline for all the characters in the series, here he has done an amazing job in that case. This book is much more focused, much more straightforward. But in that the monster lay.So, w [...]

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    5. Nice addition to the series, good book by Annandale. First scene with Vulkan is impressive, a worthy return of a legend, inspiring. Scenes with the Fists Exemplar and Mechanicum on Mars are well done : things get worse and worse, and as a reader you ask yourself : how far will both sides go ? When will this madness stop ? Annandale then shifts between the senate on Terra and the situation on Mars, which increases the tension. The scenes in the senate influence the situation on Mars, step by step [...]

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    6. Thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish. Straight forward and direct to the point this book does not disappoint. Really looking forward to seeing where the series goes from here.

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    7. This is the 7th book in the year-long event known as The Beast Arises. At the end of the 6th book, we learned that The Beast has Arisen on Ullanor. Ullanor, the turning point of the Great Crusade. Ullanor, where The Emperor Himself and his sons ground the greenskins into mulch. Ullanor, where The Emperor bestowed unto his son Horus the title of Warmaster. Ullanor, a place no one has had the slightest reason to think about for 1500 years until now!Magos Biologis Urquidex understands the Beast's o [...]

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    8. This book is one of my favourites of the series so far.From the moment it starts the book is pretty much a non-stop rollercoaster of action and violence that doesn’t let up for the whole of the book. As title suggests this book concerns itself primarily with the hunt for the Primarch of the Salamanders chapter of Space Marines to act as a figure head for the Imperium, which at the outset of this book is teetering on the edge of oblivion. The pace is frenetic, not giving you the time to draw br [...]

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    9. This was one I simply couldn't stop reading. There were a few parts that were lacking (the final planet was very weirdly done in reference to time and travel) but the action was superb and the build up amazing. All the big characters have a bit of a play in it and you can finally feel the story moving along.

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    10. I shouldn't really expect too much from Black Library, especially when it comes to unabashed bolter porn, but this book was a slog to get through. Despite its short length, wall to wall action, and the relative quality of Annandale's writing, you can only read about void shields flickering and bolts pulping things so many times before it all sloughs into mind numbing mush. Black Library is at its best when the action is on equal footing with--or takes a back seat to--exploring the ridiculous cha [...]

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    11. I really enjoyed this. They actually find Vulkan!And there are some pretty awesome battles

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    12. "Before I go into detail here, I'm pretty sure that this is the shortest entry thus far in the series. Also, the entire plot synopsis is right there in the title. In brief, predicated upon the revelation that the Beast is based on Ullanor, Koorland begins preparations to lead a massive Imperial force to kill him. Veritus, the Inquisitorial leader on Terra, prompts him to seek out no less than a legend to aid in the strike. He tells Koorland that the last intelligence on Vulkan's whereabouts were [...]

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    13. Black Library’s ongoing The Beast Arises series moves one step closer to completion with book 7, David Annandale’s The Hunt for Vulkan. Annandale’s second contribution to the series, it focuses primarily on Chapter Master Koorland of the Imperial Fists who, after forcing the Adeptus Mechanicus to reveal the origin of the ork invasion – legendary Ullanor, calls for aid from other First Founding chapters. Recognising that the Imperium needs a powerful figurehead if they are to strike at th [...]

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    14. Well, Hunt for Vulcan they certainly did. Unlike the previous books in the series, this one essentially focuses on just one part, one battle, on Caldera. And I think that it takes away something from the book, it's been so much fun reading about the politics on Terra, almost as fun as reading about all the battles, that it is so missed here. Another solid book though, and the series continues apace.

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    15. Always good to read a book with a Primarch in it which isn't part of The Horus Heresy. Even though Vulkan's inability to die limits the thrills a bit in my view.

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    16. Vulkan = respect

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