Gunheads (Warhammer 40000)

Gunheads Warhammer In the grim Warhammer universe an armoured company is sent to recover a long lost battle tank from a planet overrrun with orks By Rebel Winter author Steve Parker

  • Title: Gunheads (Warhammer 40000)
  • Author: SteveParker
  • ISBN: 9781844165872
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the grim Warhammer 40,000 universe, an armoured company is sent to recover a long lost battle tank from a planet overrrun with orks By Rebel Winter author, Steve Parker.

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    About “SteveParker”

    1. SteveParker

      Originally hailing from the rainswept land of the Picts, Steve Parker now sleeps, eats, trains and writes in Tokyo, Japan.His novels have been published in four languages and include Rebel Winter, Gunheads, Rynn s World, and Deathwatch, with a fifth novel to follow very soon.Short works most now available via Kindle include Stray Dog Swordsman on Redemption RoadStarfishThe Falls of MarakrossMercy RunThe CitadelHeadhuntedExhumedSurvivorCulling the HordePedro Kantor The Vengeful Fist

    733 thoughts on “Gunheads (Warhammer 40000)”

    1. Despite my continued resistance, I'm finding myself slowly drawn into the futuristic hell of Warhammer 40K (WH40K).Over the Thanksgiving Weekend, I finished my first WH40K novel--Gunheads, by Steve Parker.I bought my copy at Half Price Books along with a handful of the initial stories in the Gaunt's Ghosts Series.I chose to "test the WH40K waters" with a one-of novel instead of plunging into a series within a setting I have mixed feelings about. Gunheads is one of over a dozen Imperial Guard nov [...]


    2. This is a great combat novel. Although it takes place in the future, it isn't really sci-fi. I mean they still use tanks with steel treads, solid ammunition, machine guns, and bayonet charges, as well as a lot of hand to hand combat. Good, chunky, meaty combat novel.




    3. Written in the time, when Black Library still retained a number of talented writers. This is without a doubt one of the best novels ever written about Warhammer 40000 universe. The characters were well designed and well explained. The storyline was simple, yet engaging. The battle scenes were well written, they were dynamic, three years after I read this book I can still recall the screen where Colonel Strum held the Regimental Standard aloft and made his last stand with his regiment. It's great [...]


    4. Gunheads is a follow up to a short story from Planetkill . This book follows Sgt Wulfe on the world of Golgotha. His unit is sent to find the Fortress of Arrogance, a Baneblade tank, and return it to Commissar Yarrik on Armageddon to bolster the moral of the troops fighting there.This is another good Imperial Guard book in the theme of Gaunt's Ghosts, although the characters are not quite as real as they are in the Ghosts books. Sgt Wulfe is only one in the book we really send a great deal of ti [...]


    5. In this story we follow a company as they try to recover the baneblade of Comissar Yarrick to bolster the morale that is decaying rapidly on Armaggedon. It's strange making a review now, two years later since I read recently a novella by David Annandale - Yarrick: Chains of Golgotha ; that tells how he came to lose the tank and his captivity. It's not important to read but will help to understand why the Baneblade is so important.As other Imperial Guard novels it focus on them and not the superh [...]


    6. 40K imperial guard do one thing really well, they die in droves.This was a bit of a apprise novel for me. I want expecting much but I got intrigue, epic battles, decent characters and another little bit of one line 40K lore expanded into a novel. The recovery of Yarrick's legendary battle tank the fortress of arrogance is 40K at it's best




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