The Uriel Ventris Chronicles: Volume 2

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Publisher Description

An Ultramarines omnibus


Exiled from their Chapter and cast adrift in the galaxy, Ultramarines Uriel Ventris and Pasanius must return to Macragge to regain their honour and their place in the Chapter in this collection of novels by Graham McNeill.


READ IT BECAUSE

If the first Uriel Ventris omnibus showed an atypical Ultramarine rebelling against the dictates of his Chapter, this one shows a thoroughly chastened captain learning just how vital those dictates are. As Ventris goes on to become an avatar of the Chapter's ideals, this collection is excellent for those who want to understand the Ultramarines.


DESCRIPTION

The Ultramarines are the epitome of a Space Marine Chapter. Warriors without peer, their name is a byword for discipline and honour, and their heroic deeds are legendary.


Captain Uriel Ventris fights to prove his worth and return to the hallowed ranks of the Chapter after his exile to the Eye of Terror. But as the Iron Warriors move against Ultramar, a grim premonition comes to light: Ventris will have a part to play in the coming war… for good or ill. The ongoing story of Uriel Ventris continues in this omnibus edition, featuring three action-packed novels, as well as exciting short stories and the classic comic ‘The Bone Road’.


Written by Graham McNeill


CONTENTS

The Killing Ground

Courage & Honour

The Chapter's Due


The Bone Road

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2019
August 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1,443
Pages
PUBLISHER
Black Library
SELLER
Games Workshop Limited
SIZE
7.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Prophet Amos ,

INCREDIBLE PRICE

You get seven books for a low price, verse paying nearly $60 individually. The only problem is the graphic novel BLACK BONE ROAD, which you cannot zoom in to read for the font is so small. BLACK BONE ROAD needs to be formatted properly, so one can read and enjoy the artwork. I have read both Uriel Ventis Chronicles, since I am huge fan of the Ultramarines. McNeill takes pride in his writing and does it well.

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