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The Blood Gorgons Chaos Space Marines are called to one of their recruiting worlds as the populace is struck down by a plague of mutation Sargau. Blood Gorgons is the third book in the loosely connected Bastion War series of novels by Henry Zou The Chaos Space Marines who first briefly appeared in Emperor s Mercy now take centre stageAfter the loss of the leader through treachery the Blood Gorgons chapter are in disarray as a call for help from one of their important recruiting worlds is received While their leadership is still being hotly contested only small force is sent to investigate the planetOn arrival the marines are overwhelmed by legions of the undead as a deadly plague has infected much of the planet s population and resurrected it s victims as mindless zombies The lone survivor Barsabbas must fight through hordes of the undead scheming xenos and even other traitor astartes to uncover the threat to his chapterWhile I enjoyed this book it is fast paced filled with bone crunching action and has some interesting concepts it did not reach the heights of other Black Library books The most direct comparison is with Aaron Dembski Bowden s Night Lords books like Soul Hunter While both books centre on antiheroes every character in Blood Gorgons is reprehensible being amoral and unfazed by sending tousands to their deaths while the central character of Soul Hunter has redeeming ualities that allow the reader to root for him despite his brutalityThe depiction of the Blood Gorgons a chapter the author invented for these books is interesting Most Blood Gorgons are blood bonded to each other which makes for an intreguing dynamic amongst traitor marines Although generally well written sometimes the uality of the prose falls below par All in all an average addition to the Black Library Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury recruiting worlds as the populace is struck down by a plague of mutation Sargau. Blood Gorgons is the third book in the loosely connected Bastion War series of novels by Henry Zou The Chaos Space Marines who first briefly appeared in Emperor s Mercy now take centre stageAfter the loss of the leader through treachery the Blood Gorgons chapter are in disarray as a call for help from one of their important How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim recruiting worlds is Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic resurrected it s victims as mindless zombies The lone survivor Barsabbas must fight through hordes of the undead scheming xenos and even other traitor astartes to uncover the threat to his chapterWhile I enjoyed this book it is fast paced filled with bone crunching action and has some interesting concepts it did not A Daddy for Christmas reprehensible being amoral and unfazed by sending tousands to their deaths while the central character of Soul Hunter has Banned in Britain redeeming ualities that allow the Hour of the Beast reader to Dictionary Of Dreams root for him despite his brutalityThe depiction of the Blood Gorgons a chapter the author invented for these books is interesting Most Blood Gorgons are blood bonded to each other which makes for an intreguing dynamic amongst traitor marines Although generally well written sometimes the uality of the prose falls below par All in all an average addition to the Black Library

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Blood Gorgons Warhammer 40000 Bastion Wars

Shadowy xenos enemies and treachery from within his own forces Sargaul must dig deep into his hatred and determination to leave the planet aliv. Possibly the best book I have read in several years I finished it in a day after a long hiatus from reading The characters were memorable and the story was very interesting It did a great job of bringing warhammer lore to life The setting felt very uniue Zou put his own spin on a lot of things and it really showed For example the Blood Gorgons fly around space on this weird uasi biological warship that has all sorts of hidden uirks that really make the ship come to life There s also occasionally a funny throwaway line such as Barsabbas got so caught up in the excitement that he crushed a bronze dinner plate and hurled it across the room Pros Interesting setting Good characters that you get attached to EXCELLENT take on warhammer lore Does a great job of making a chaos faction feel both reasonable and also chaotic Cons Story was a little on the basic side but by no means in a bad way It s a one off novel Very good for what it is A bit of a drop in uality near the very end when the big baddies show up Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, read in several years I finished it in a day after a long hiatus from Homewrecker really showed For example the Blood Gorgons fly around space on this weird uasi biological warship that has all sorts of hidden uirks that Make your own model forts & castles really make the ship come to life There s also occasionally a funny throwaway line such as Barsabbas got so caught up in the excitement that he crushed a bronze dinner plate and hurled it across the Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury room Pros Interesting setting Good characters that you get attached to EXCELLENT take on warhammer lore Does a great job of making a chaos faction feel both How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim reasonable and also chaotic Cons Story was a little on the basic side but by no means in a bad way It s a one off novel Very good for what it is A bit of a drop in uality near the very end when the big baddies show up

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Lis one of few survivors of the first expeditionary force and is determined to uncover the mysteries on Haute Bassi Facing a hostile environment. e third and final book in the Bastion War trilogy Authored by Henry Zou the novel focused about the Blood GorgonsStoryTreachery has been commited With no clear people to blame obviously who the Blood Gorgons no faced extinction of the warbandchapterDespite of the interesting idea the novel suffered many problem like the lack of characterization or the pacing due to switching placesNot to mention there are some plot holes and loose canon that not uite being solved by the end And so the story overall was a bit ok but not bad or good CharacterThe main character would be Barsabbas a new frsh marine with not much of personality or things that make him a bit stand out than a survivor Despite being a fresh marine within the warband he somehow could do some feats that a bit of a stretch for his position fighting a dozen of incubi As a result he s rather dull as a characterGammadin the Warband Leader and has a good reason why he s the boss His appereance is minimal appeared at the beginning and near the end He s like Huron in The Tyrant of Hollow World novel where his appearence is mostly to advance the plot Which also means he has a little personality but justified due to his short appereanceAnko Muhr is the supposedly the main villain until he got seconded by his master And unfortunately he s not that intimidating or even pose a real threat without involving his allied Most of the time if he try to do something he would asked his master for help or failed to assert his dominance He even failed to convince his own brother to swear loyalty to himself This flaw is even being pointed out by his master We do have many other non astartes character like the Dark Eldar Sindul and other humans but their role was somewhat limited Sindul a dark eldar did has an interesting personality but it didn t fleshed too much Others are mostly come and go they appear and only not to be mentioned later for obvious reasonIf I say Tyrant of The Hollow World is lacking this one is even lacking than that Because in that novel the warband may have little time but at least the loyalist has their own moment This one barely has none which is a bummer because most of the novel allocated tooSettingsThe setting is probably the best part of this book When it describe something it describe what and why For example it describe a mundane object and explaining the cultural reason or what makes it special to the worldIt even explain why a settlement become that damaged and how it was once looked compare to the presentSometimes when I say it has character appear only once it usually talked about of the environment that the character just happens to be locatedWhich would be better if it actually connecetd to the major character The setting fells of a filler than giving the narration As such the whole description is fitting to a journal than being part of the story narrationConclusionIts not a bad novel to say just dull It has great detailed description but it didn t really connected or matter to the story it happens most of the time And despite title Blood Gorgons it doesn t really feels about it It just like a general description about them than a story about them Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic rather dull as a characterGammadin the Warband Leader and has a good A Daddy for Christmas real threat without involving his allied Most of the time if he try to do something he would asked his master for help or failed to assert his dominance He even failed to convince his own brother to swear loyalty to himself This flaw is even being pointed out by his master We do have many other non astartes character like the Dark Eldar Sindul and other humans but their Banned in Britain role was somewhat limited Sindul a dark eldar did has an interesting personality but it didn t fleshed too much Others are mostly come and go they appear and only not to be mentioned later for obvious Hour of the Beast reasonIf I say Tyrant of The Hollow World is lacking this one is even lacking than that Because in that novel the warband may have little time but at least the loyalist has their own moment This one barely has none which is a bummer because most of the novel allocated tooSettingsThe setting is probably the best part of this book When it describe something it describe what and why For example it describe a mundane object and explaining the cultural Dictionary Of Dreams reason or what makes it special to the worldIt even explain why a settlement become that damaged and how it was once looked compare to the presentSometimes when I say it has character appear only once it usually talked about of the environment that the character just happens to be locatedWhich would be better if it actually connecetd to the major character The setting fells of a filler than giving the narration As such the whole description is fitting to a journal than being part of the story narrationConclusionIts not a bad novel to say just dull It has great detailed description but it didn t The Love of a Latino really connected or matter to the story it happens most of the time And despite title Blood Gorgons it doesn t Other Days, Other Eyes really feels about it It just like a general description about them than a story about them


10 thoughts on “Blood Gorgons Warhammer 40000 Bastion Wars

  1. says:

    A freuent problem with Black Library books focusing upon traitor astartes is that they tend to stick to the legions Major series and titles with Chaos space marines as the focus characters tend to focus upon Iron Warriors Night Lords Word Bearers and the others Blood Gorgons is a big exception to this as its warband was not only founded long after the Horus Heresy but as far from traditional traitor marines as you can imagineThe

  2. says:

    The Traitor Marines who have gone over to Chaos are usually seen as the villains in the WH 40k universe so it's strange to find yourself root

  3. says:

    Blood Gorgons is the third book in the loosely connected Bastion War series of novels by Henry Zou The Chaos Space Marines who first briefly appeared in Emperor's Mercy now take centre stageAfter the loss of the leader through treachery the Blood Gorgons chapter are in disarray as a call for help from one of their important recruiting worlds

  4. says:

    I appreciate Zou trying to make a 40k book that goes beyond the popcorn sci fi that BL normally produces big battles stolen movie lines etc and the first third of this book is certainly an attempt at this However it falls short and nearly dr

  5. says:

    One of the things I liked about this book was how there appears to be logical reasons for space marines to abandon the imperium The logic described in this book; how the imperium creates a rigid system that everyone adheres to from birth to death with no joy is a terrible system and it completely makes sense that one would choose to abandon

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    Possibly the best book I have read in several years I finished it in a day after a long hiatus from reading The characters were memorable and the story was very interesting It did a great job of bringing warhammer lore to life The setting felt very uniue Zou put his own spin on a lot of things and it really show

  8. says:

    this is a really cool read in my opinion

  9. says:

    This is the third book of The Bastion Wars series I don't know why they are a series as each boom has nothing to do with the others Yo

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    Henry Zou with his background in the Australian Army began writing his stories while on military exercises These scribblings would later become the basis for the science fiction stories he has done for the Black LibraryHow you could compare the Blood Gorgons a Chaotic Space Marine Chapter to anything on this plane of existence is hard to imagine But imagine it he did 'Blood Gorgons' is an incredibly dark and gr