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Grey Hunter (Space Wolf #3)

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The third book in the Space Wolf series. An ancient artifact is seized by the forces of Chaos. Ragnar and his comrades are plunged into desperate battle to retrieve it before a terrible and ancient foe is set free
Paperback, 282 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Games Workshop(uk) (first published January 1st 2002)
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Adrián Schroeder Esquivel Guemes
Vikings in space, what's not to like? Ragnar's quest to recover the Spear of Russ does indeed go as smooth as a campfire tale. After reading about the Ultramarines Chapter, it was relaxing to see this universe from the point of view of a young and inexperienced recruit (at the time). The constant bickering and teasing among the team was highly entertaining, with some great retorts spread about. Recommended!
I don't think it helped anything that I jumped into the third book in the series, but I was really meh about this book. I know that 40k can devolve into angry superhumans grunting and shooting stuff, but I really felt that this book lacked substance.

Perhaps they're right about Ian Watson's Space Marine novel; it makes all other 40k novels seem like empty romps for almost-literate 14-year-old boys with attachment issues.
C.P. Sennett
Another great one in the set and again just the right amount of humor on the odd occasion.

Plenty of space marine action and the whole set is very good to read. Ragnar is making his way nicely through his career and the squad is well rounded also.
My favourite of the Space Wolves omnibus. The action is non-stop.
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