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Dead Sky, Black Sun Graham McNeill

Dead Sky, Black Sun By Graham McNeill

Dead Sky, Black Sun by Graham McNeill

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In the lauded 'Nightbringer' and 'Warriors of Ultramar', Graham McNeill portrayed the battle for mankind's survival through the eyes of new space marine commander Uriel Ventris. Now, at last, comes the final battle.

Dead Sky, Black Sun Summary

Dead Sky, Black Sun: Pt. 3 by Graham McNeill

Hard-hitting SF action with the superhuman Space Marines and Captain Uriel Ventris. Exiled from his Chapter, Uriel ventures deep into the dreaded Eye of Terror to confront the terrible foes that dwell within these worlds of insanity. Chief amongst them are the ancient Chaos Space Marine legions - twisted warriors who have allied with the Dark Gods and are set on humanity's destruction.

About Graham McNeill

Hailing from Scotland, Graham narrowly escaped a career in surveying nearly five years ago to join Games Workshop's Games Development team, which, let's face it, sounds much more exciting. He's worked on loads of codexes since then, the most recent being Codex: Space Marines. As well as six novels, he's also written a host of short stories for Inferno! and takes on too much freelance work than can be healthy. Graham's housemate, a life-size cardboard cut-out of Buffy, recently suffered a terrible accident during a party and now keeps herself to herself in the spare room, scaring people who don't know she's there and plotting the best way to have her revenge on the miscreant that damaged her.

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Dead Sky, Black Sun: Pt. 3 by Graham McNeill
Used - Very Good
Games Workshop
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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