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Honour of the Grave (Angelika Fleischer #1)

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Fresh from her short story adventures in Inferno!, this is the first novel featuring battlefield scavenger and mercenary Angelika Fleischer--a woman with a propensity for finding trouble in an area where trouble has a way of finding you.
Paperback, 283 pages
Published December 28th 2004 by Games Workshop(uk) (first published May 5th 2003)
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Michael T Bradley
Aug 02, 2015 Michael T Bradley rated it liked it
I'm giving this three stars because I'm seriously on the fence here. I really enjoyed the first 50 or so pages of this book, and it was much better than expected. But it just kind of hit a certain point where the story just ... kept going, and I realized I felt like I'd read a whole book's worth and I was only maybe a third or so of the way through the story. So I slogged through it some more, but finally just skimmed to see if anyone died.

I honestly can't imagine reading MORE entries in this s
Scott Marlowe
Honour of the Grave by Robin Laws is another book that didn't do it for me. Unlike the last couple of books that I gave up on fairly early on, though, this one had me until one of the characters did something that I felt was completely out of character. Unfortunately, this event was jarring enough that I had to put this one down.

This novel is part of the Warhammer series of novels. I don't read enough of them to know what order this might fit into or if there is any order to them at all, but the
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Writer and game designer Robin D. Laws brought you such roleplaying games as Ashen Stars, The Esoterrorists, The Dying Earth, Heroquest and Feng Shui. He is the author of seven novels, most recently The Worldwound Gambit from Paizo. For Robin's much-praised works of gaming history and analysis, see Hamlet's Hit Points, Robin's Laws of Game Mastering and 40 Years of Gen Con.
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