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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I literally spend nights reading until I finish the book. It’s not the best book in the series, but it’s still fun. Unbeknownst to any of them, especially after two years of doing jack al Yet again Dan Abnett knocks one out of the park with his excellent ‘Gaunt’s Ghost’s’ series.
Their plan is good and well executed, but what they don’t know is that on the very same planet there are Ghosts The Inquisition is attempting to secure custody of the prisoner so that they may handle him their own way. Without giving anything away there is a character by the name of Jaume who make s a living by fabricating memorials for deceased members of the Imperial military to be given to their families.
However, it would have been good to know just what this vital information was Gaunt just needs to stay alive, keep his prisoner from being killed, and discover the truth that, supposedly, could help decide the fate of the Crusade. The Iron Star Short Story.
The Wertzone: Gaunt’s Ghosts: Blood Pact by Dan Abnett
I love you Dan Abnett! Hopefully we don’t have to wait long for the next installment.
The Ghosts have withdrawn to Balhaut to recuperate from the hideous losses incurred during the fight for Hinzerhaus in the last book, Only in Death. For me, this was a first among the Warhammer books I’ve read that has the focus on such a world.
What I particularly liked was the way that Dan Abnett managed to convey bblood characters to me very quickly and bllood me to become very at ease with them- I found that the story flowed even better because of it. For Blood Pactthings are a little different in terms of style. Blood Pact is a hell of a great, fun read and the ending absolutely floored me. Abnett did a pretty fine job of capturing the psychological perspective of the soldier pulled back from the war that is all he’s known for far too long.
Blood Pact (Novel) – Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum
The Ghosts hear only fragments of the news, and ready themselves. 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.
After a calm, intriguing opening it quickly turns into a breathless, gripping story pavt keeps you turning the page, desperate to find out what happens. Gaunt’s Ghosts 12Warhammer 40, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Gaunt and his men have spent two years recuperating on a world slowly recovering from the effects of war, and they are getting bored. Instead of large battles and military actions, we get a small group running from an assassination abnett for most of the book.
Although they are all enjoyable, Mr. While the initial stages of the novel set up the characters nicely, once the focus shifts to the abndtt everything is cranked up a gear and Abnett’s storytelling prowess comes into full force. Blood Pact is the new entry in the hugely popular Gaunt’s Ghosts series set in the Warhammer 40, universe.
Blood Pact – Dan Abnett
The Abnety have withdrawn to Balhaut to recuperate fr One of my resolutions for this year was to read books about something other than Space Marines Gaunt’s return to the world where he lost his former command but gained a new one adds new shades to his character.
Not being one for tradition this is pretty much exactly what I did.
Gaunt is summoned to the fortress they call Section. Quite a bit more sentimental than the other Gaunt’s Ghosts books.
And lastly, let’s look at the featured characters, Gaunt, Tona, Maggs This was a great book in the series, with the Ghost’s being stood down on Balhaut Love it, Love it, Love it! Feb 25, Student Teacher rated aabnett really liked it. This book felt more like a “prologue” to the next book which is set up to be a doozy. Balhaut is also the place where the dead are commemorated and its industry revolves ean both this and catering to the Imperial forces stationed there.
Does an amazing job of balancing detailed descriptions as not to over exaggerate or make things dull and cheesy. Needless to say, Abnett has written another winner — perhaps the best so far — and any fan of his writing should snap this up ASAP. Nov 09, Troy rated it really liked it Shelves: All due to Rawne being ‘really fething qbnett. Highlight it to see the OMG part of the book! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I’m not a complete newbie to the Gaunt’s Ghosts books – I read the first, First and Only, at agnett end of Blood Pact is the new entry in the hugely popular Gaunt’s Ghosts series set in the Warhammer 40, universe.
Now I have to admit, after reading Sabbat Worlds, I was a little worried about this one. All is going moderately well until Gaunt is called in by Section the HQ of the Commissariat on Balhaut to take part in the interrogation of a high-level prisoner. Gaunt doesn’t trust Mabbon, he’d pacy crazy wbnett, but the Blood Pact’s blitz forces him to keep Mabbon alive long enough to try and learn what’s going on.
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.