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Cadian Honour Kindle Edition
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Book 2 of the Cadian series
Sent to the capital world of Potence, Sergeant Minka Lesk and the Cadian 101st discover that though Cadia may have fallen, their duty continues.
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It's the follow-up to Cadia Stands and continues the journey of Minka Lesk and her warriors as they seek revenge against the Imperium's enemies for the loss of their world.
For ten thousand years, Cadia stood as a bastion against the daemonic tide spewing forth from the Eye of Terror. But now the Fortress World lies in ruins, its armies decimated in the wake of Abaddon the Despoiler and his Thirteenth Black Crusade. Those who survived, though haunted by the loss of their beloved homeworld, remain bloodied and unbarred, fighting ruthlessly in the Emperor’s name.
Amongst them is the indomitable Sergeant Minka Lesk. Sent to the capital world of Potence, Lesk and the Cadian 101st company soon discover that a rot runs through the very heart of the seemingly peaceful world. Lesk knows she must excise this taint of Chaos, for it is not only her life and those of her company at stake, but also the honour of Cadia itself.
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- ASIN : B07KPJLW91
- Publisher : Black Library (December 26, 2018)
- Publication date : December 26, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 2977 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 420 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #379,108 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #19,389 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
- #32,143 in Science Fiction (Books)
- #80,387 in Literature & Fiction (Kindle Store)
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The story is good but you wont spend as much time with Cadians as you would think a book about them would. This story very much feels like a side quest to a much bigger picture that I hope to see.
Hopefully Cadians in a larger engagement then the typical few squads behind enemy lines or on a "special mission" I would also like to point out that Pask was never on Cadia according to This book and Cadia stands he was on his way back as said in the codex.
Anyway this one isnt bad but not a re read like the first one and I very much hope the writer will give us a epic set piece for Cadians to really regain honor. Not a couple of squads skirmishing and saving the day...also need more Minka and Bendicket. They are the best part of the book.
Incidentally, this is the first time I can recall in which a guy's balls are kicked in the Warhammer 40K universe, and that has to count for something.
It has a big body count. If it was a SM book, I'd say it was bolter-you know what. Lots of points of views, which I don't mind, but I did want a main character.
Big book, though, so you get a lot of reading. I'm not interested in reading it again, sadly.
I find it stoppable for a post-Cadia read.
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Yet again, Justin D Hill takes us into the very heart of events, showing us politics, religious fervour and sheer bloody battling with an unflinching eye for detail, and a knack for bringing events vividly to life. A fantastic sequel to Cadia Stands.
After a slow but very insightful beginning journey it ends with an amazing masterpiece of twists, turns and tragedy. The characters introduced in this book are all memorable with their own plot lines and flaws. A must read for any 40k fan.
Cool asthetic, grim dark, death, despair, all the typical Warhammer troupes.
Have I got the word count yet, my God.