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Warhammer 40,000: Fire & Honour

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As the Tau attack, the regiment's famed Hellhound tanks fry Tau warriors and mortars drop explosive shells on their heads. In the midst of the battle, the fate of war could tip in the Imperial forces' favor or tip towards betrayal and annihilation.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published March 10th 2009 by Boom Town
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Randy Lander
I actually read this as part of the "Only War" omnibus, which isn't on Goodreads. This is the third chapter of that book.

The previous two stories focused on Space Marines and Orks, this one focuses on the Imperial Guard, who are basically like the space marines from Aliens or any other military sci-fi movie. Specifically, this one focuses on an armored unit of tanks, facing down the alien Tau, who use hoverships, ray guns and other more sci-fi trappings against the bullets and flamethrowers that
Dmitry Yakovenko
К сожалению, этот том губит практически все, что только можно. Некрасивый рисунок, в котором слишком часто мелькает коричневая гамма, скучные персонажи, не выдающийся сюжет, за которым, тем не менее, иногда интересно следить, банальная, глупая и нелогичная концовка и наконец, отвратительные диалоги, которые просто читать противно. Часть просто невероятная глупая, а другая часть вызывает отрицательные эмоции своей убогой лексикой. В итоге вышло довольно нудное чтиво, лишь изредка вызывающее легки ...more
Paulo "paper books always" Carvalho
The fourth story was Fire and Honour and in this tale of betrayal we meet Cadian shock troopers, Vostroyans and in the opposite field the Tau. This is a tale of betrayal and honour at the same time. As the Cadian are attack by the Tau they learn that they were betrayed by the governor of the battle that is in league with the Tau. It's quite a nice tale.
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Hailing from Scotland, Graham McNeill narrowly escaped a career in surveying to work for Games Workshop as a games designer. He has a strong following with his novels Nightbringer, Warriors of Ultramar, Dead Sky, Black Sun and Storm of Iron.
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