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Wolfblade (Space Wolf #4)

3.98 of 5 stars 3.98  ·  rating details  ·  571 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The epic saga of Ragnar Blackmane continues with this explosive tale set on the holy planet of Terra. The ancient navigator house of Belisarius has long been bound to the mighty Space Wolves as allies; in return for the means to navigate the treacherous warp, the Space Wolves provide an honour guard for the Patriarch of the house. As Ragnar takes up this honourable assignm ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 416 pages
Published November 18th 2003 by Black Library
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Michael T Bradley
I have now read every novel King wrote for Black Library pre-2010. This is definitely my favorite, edging out "Farseer." It's frustrating that King FINALLY found his groove with the Space Wolves, then decided to quit (or was fired? Are the details of why he left when he did out there anywhere?). I'll be honest, I was so unimpressed with most of the later Gotrek & Felix novels, I don't really remember his last one there. Was it Vampireslayer? If so, I guess that one wasn't bad, but still ... ...more
I loved this book!Ragnar Blackmane is an interesting and easy to like character. I haven't read any of the other novels in the series, but I didn't need too. This book can easily be a stand alone novel as it doesn't necessarily relate to the other novels, but some references are made and fully explained. This is a nice action packed book full of gripping and sometimes suspenseful scenes and full of great characters. I highly recommend this to any one who likes or plays Space Wolves and recommend ...more
This book was a pretty nice read. It was a bit slow at the beginning but picked up quickly. The way the author wrote it was easy to read and the descriptions in the book were short and sweet. Overall its a good read if you like scifi.
Michael Brookes
I didn't think that Space Wolves and political intrigue would mix, but I was wrong. This book mixes both well. An enjoyable 40K read.
Extremely intense, fast paced, funny and somewhat cheesy, I thought wolfblade was a good quick read.
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