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Eldar Prophecy (Warhammer 40,000 Novels) Isolated And Alone, The Eldar Craftworld Kaelor Floats Through The Dark Reaches Of Space Exacting Vengeance On Those Who Brought Low His Ancestors, A Youthful Eldar Warrior Wreaks Destruction Across The Craftworld But Can The Prophecy That Drives Him Be Trusted, Or Are Darker Forces At Work


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10 thoughts on “Eldar Prophecy (Warhammer 40,000 Novels)

  1. says:

    Not the worst book I ve ever read.A tiresome book gleefully describing something that appears to be going to have something bad happen to it have something bad happen to it But with out any play on the prophesy thing, or exploring the notion of the inevitability of fate.Frankly the writing was a bit naive.I no longer own a copy but I did, in the end, feel a real affection to it as I used one of its page


  2. says:

    I am not a particular fan of C S Goto, but this book is something of a stand out exception for me.For warhammer 40K fans it offers an interesting glimpse not only into the world of an Eldar Craftworld, but one with a twist of isolationism One of my friends commented that the details from this book would make a fantastic background for a Eldar Craftworld Necromunda campaign, such is the detail that the aut


  3. says:

    Eldar Prophecy is a very interesting and very bold Warhammer 40K novel in fact, a too bold for his own good It creates a dramatic atmosphere of a decadent world of a decadent and once glory civilization and mixes it with strange mythology and unbelievable scenes of carnage As I love the Eldar, I enjoyed the novel and for me it was very interesting However, I can say that it way too weird for its own good an


  4. says:

    What I learned from this book is that Games Workshop really hates giving you any stories from the point of view of non humans without making them a special case Though well written, I didn t like how it basically threw away half of what made the Eldar who they were to fans Still, it s better written than about 85% of the GW books I ve read, so it s worth having a go if you are a 40K fan.


  5. says:

    Saga of the Eldar craftworld Kaelor, adrift since The Fall.A cautionary tale on the consequences of decadence.The brother sister protagonists are reminiscent of Dune.And the Eldar bear than a passing resemblance to ADD 2nd Edition Drow.Many plot threads are unresolved, setting up a series of sequels.Appendix on the history of the Eldar.


  6. says:

    If you ve ever liked the fiction based around the Eldar in Warhammer 40K, you should avoid this book.


  7. says:

    So not eldar also myriad useless informations butchering the whole story all along


  8. says:

    I like pulp


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