The Armour of Contempt

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  • Hardcover
  • 315 pages
  • The Armour of Contempt
  • Dan Abnett
  • English
  • 17 May 2017
  • 1844164004

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The Armour of Contempt The Imperial crusade, including Gaunt s Ghosts, are sent back to the planet Gereon to join forces with the Imperial defenders and liberate the planet from Chaos However, the brutality of the liberation pitches Gaunt into opposition with his commanders, who believe victory must be achieved at any price, no matter how cruel Best Download The Armour of Contempt by Dan Abnett For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Armour of Contempt

  1. Andrew Ziegler says:

    Abnett s books flow over me like an unstoppable river of action, characters full of pathos, and a world dripping in grim reality Every Marine oriented book, or Guard book I have read drives home the fact that the soldiers of the Imperium all plan on dying in the service of the Emporerthat there will never be peace or time after war All they can do is enjoy those times between, or their service, therein lies their humanity The lost series is caked in this humanity This book, the return to Abnett s books flow over me like an unstoppable river of action, characters full of pathos, and a world dripping in grim reality Every Marine oriented book, or Guard book I have read drives home the fact that the soldiers of the Imperium all plan on dying in the service of the Emporerthat there will never be peace or time after war All they can do is enjoy those times between, or their service, therein lies their humanity The lost series is caked in this humanity This book, the return to the planet that s name has been a hushed whisper among the Ghosts is...

  2. Razael says:

    It took me 2 days to read it Unfortunately not even close to masterpieces like Traitor General.

  3. Jacob says:

    In this tenth book of the Gaunt s Ghosts series the author manages to take you back to war as if it is the first time it has been faced An incredible story.

  4. Simon says:

    Rather disappointing I thought Bitty Not much story And the now cliched rather abrupt ending that leaves a major character dead that is becoming a hallmark of the series.First one of these for a while I ve not loved though.It just sort of ends on a pretty massive downer on all fronts.

  5. Adam Whitehead says:

    The Crusade armies have identified their next target the Chaos held world of Gereon Ibram Gaunt and a dozen of his best troops spent a year and a half on Gereon fighting the archenemy, and the Ghosts are in the vanguard of the liberation effort Unfortunately, as the battle for Gereon rages on an apocalyptic scale, Gaunt gradually learns there are extenuating reasons for this invasion, reasons that are related to his prior mission to the planetThe Armour of Contempt is the tenth Gaunt s Gho The Crusade armies have identified their next target the Chaos held world of Gereon Ibram Gaunt and a dozen of his best troops spent a year and a half on Gereon fighting the archenemy, and the Ghosts are in the vanguard of the liberation effort Unfortunately, as the battle for Gereon rages on an apocalyptic scale, Gaunt gradually learns there are extenuating reasons for this invasion, reasons that are related to his prior mission to the planetThe Armour of Contempt is the tenth Gaunt s Ghosts novel of the twelve currently available and the third book in the Lost arc The novel initially appears to have been written as a fan pleasing move having been through hell and back during the previous small scale, stealth mission to Gereon, Gaunt gets to return with several hundred thousand troops of the Imperial ...

  6. Tepintzin says:

    I ve been reading the Gaunt s Ghosts novels and enjoying them well enough, giving them three stars eachbut this one THIS one took my heart and stomped on it We finally get the Guard from the point of view of probably the most common dog soldier, the new recruit who gets tossed onto the battlefield with a sadistic Commissar and equally clueless comrades This story goes along beside our usual suspects fighting for the liberation of Gereon Armour of Contempt has some of Abnett s best writi I ve been reading the Gaunt s Ghosts novels and enjoying them well enough, giving them three stars eachbut this one THIS one took my heart and stomped on it We finally get the Guard from the point of view of probably the most common dog soldier, the new recruit who gets tossed onto the battlefield with a sadistic Commissar and eq...

  7. Daniel O& says:

    This instalment leads us back towards the Ghosts I know and love Brutal, but logical, consequences Decent characterisations, solid pacing, free flowing prose, superb world building It did drag in a couple of parts, though I suspect that was less a fault of Abnett s pacing andthe fact that I m trying to cram the last few books in so that I hit my Goodreads challenge for the yearIt was also a little too heavy handed on the sledge hammer evils of the Imperium At least in comparis...

  8. Iri says:

    2.5 3I didnt enjoy this book as I did the previous one It was like some kind of a bad trade One character is killed because other needs to show up I would be ok with that except the repetitive flow of trades in this particular story Pitty So was the lack of something like core of the story Kind of disappointment So sad 2.5 3I didn t enjoy this book as I did the previous one It was like some kind of a bad trade One character is killed because other needs to show up I wo...

  9. Alejandro says:

    More of the same

  10. Vinh-Thang says:

    Ended with a whimper A really well executed whimper, but still a whimper