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Warhammer 40,000 Kindle Books For £1.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 4th JanEdited by:"SC84"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Amazon have several Warhammer 40,000 Kindle books on offer for £1.99. These crop up from time to time, some have been posted in the past. The others on offer are below:

The Warmaster (Gaunt's Ghosts) - 352 pages:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…i_0

Black Legion - 288 pages:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…i_0

The Carrion Throne - 304 pages:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Alongside The Magos (Eisenhorn Book 4 - 720 pages) - Get Deal link.

Edit, two Fantasy Warhammer omnibuses found by AgentZeus:

Gotrek & Felix first & fourth omnibuses:

amazon.co.uk/Got…NG1

amazon.co.uk/Got…QM/

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I still have no idea where to begin reading 😔
Lasarke05/01/2020 01:09

I still have no idea where to begin reading 😔



Eisenhorn is a great book series !
Lasarke05/01/2020 01:09

I still have no idea where to begin reading 😔


Most of the books are grouped into their own trilogies with the Horus Heresy being the only long series so you can pick and choose whatever you fancy.

These are a few of my favourites:

Eisenhorn trilogy (Xenos/Malleus/Hereticus) - Eisenhorn is an Inquisitor of the Ordos Xenos, a powerful individual tasked with tracking down alien threats against the Imperium. I initially chose this one as unusually it gives some feel of what it is like to live in the Imperium as unlike many others, Eisenhorn is a normal human rather than a Space Marine and spends most of his time amongst normal humans tracking his targets.

Night Lords Trilogy (Soul Hunter/Blood Reaver/Void Stalker) - Although I'm not normally a fan of the traitor marines, this is my favourite of any of the WH40K books. The Night Lords are one of the traitor legions and in fact the first one to betray the Imperium as their violent methods for ensuring compliance were increasingly problematic with their fellow Space Marines. Usually the traitor marines are given very shallow depictions but this series of books does a great job of giving them some depth, only a shadow of their former glory forced to steal to try and keep themselves and their ships alive while still desperate to make their mark against the Imperium.

The Emperor's Gift - The Grey Knights are my favourite of the legions and this a great book for them, where Eisenhorn is a member of the Ordos Xenos the Grey Knights are assigned to the Ordos Malleus also known as the Daemonhunters. Even amongst the Space Marines the Grey Knights are exceptionally powerful with armour to defend them against Chaos and weapons powered by their minds. What I particularly like about this book is it doesn't paint them as the simple heroes come to save the day and shows the darker side of the Inquisition who have to take very questionable steps in order to protect the Imperium as a whole.

The Eldar Trilogy (Path of the Warrior/Path of the Seer/Path of the Outcast) - This trilogy is a bit different as it's entirely written from the Eldar point of view (essentially futuristic high elves) and all three books take place at the same time but written by a different view point of each of the three characters. An event at the start of the series causes three friends to go in different directions, one becomes a warrior to control his anger, one becomes a farseer so she can see and understand the future and the third rejects the paths and becomes an outcast. It's quite cleverly done as events in the first book occur which you don't understand why, the second book fills in some gaps and the third book finishes it off.

Gaunt's Ghosts - The author Dan Abnett isn't a fan of the all powerful Space Marines and instead prefers the every day Imperial Guard, this series follows the Tanith First and Only which is a new founding of standard soldiers who specialise in stealth. I see it's £1.99 linked above so would definitely recommend this one.

Titanicus - This is set in the same area of the Galaxy as the Gaunt's Ghost series although it's pretty much a stand alone book featuring the mighty Titans, colossal walking machines with immense weaponry. I've always liked the Titans and I think this is by far the best of the books featuring Titans.

Horus Heresy - I'm not quite sure if I could recommend this series as it starts off well but it gets into a sprawling mess and I've lost track of it now. The Horus Heresy is the defining moment in the 40K universe where the Warmaster Horus started a civil war within the Imperium with several of the legions turning traitor to support him. It was always an event in the past but they decided to produce a series of books on this time in Warhammer history and initially they were good featuring legendary characters who are long since dead by 40K times but the pace has slowed to a crawl and they've released many, many books so I'd only recommend the opening few books and a handful of others in the series.
Thanks for posting!

Worth pointing out that some if these have audiobooks narration available for £4.99 etc.
Johnmcl705/01/2020 03:13

Most of the books are grouped into their own trilogies with the Horus …Most of the books are grouped into their own trilogies with the Horus Heresy being the only long series so you can pick and choose whatever you fancy.These are a few of my favourites:Eisenhorn trilogy (Xenos/Malleus/Hereticus) - Eisenhorn is an Inquisitor of the Ordos Xenos, a powerful individual tasked with tracking down alien threats against the Imperium. I initially chose this one as unusually it gives some feel of what it is like to live in the Imperium as unlike many others, Eisenhorn is a normal human rather than a Space Marine and spends most of his time amongst normal humans tracking his targets.Night Lords Trilogy (Soul Hunter/Blood Reaver/Void Stalker) - Although I'm not normally a fan of the traitor marines, this is my favourite of any of the WH40K books. The Night Lords are one of the traitor legions and in fact the first one to betray the Imperium as their violent methods for ensuring compliance were increasingly problematic with their fellow Space Marines. Usually the traitor marines are given very shallow depictions but this series of books does a great job of giving them some depth, only a shadow of their former glory forced to steal to try and keep themselves and their ships alive while still desperate to make their mark against the Imperium.The Emperor's Gift - The Grey Knights are my favourite of the legions and this a great book for them, where Eisenhorn is a member of the Ordos Xenos the Grey Knights are assigned to the Ordos Malleus also known as the Daemonhunters. Even amongst the Space Marines the Grey Knights are exceptionally powerful with armour to defend them against Chaos and weapons powered by their minds. What I particularly like about this book is it doesn't paint them as the simple heroes come to save the day and shows the darker side of the Inquisition who have to take very questionable steps in order to protect the Imperium as a whole.The Eldar Trilogy (Path of the Warrior/Path of the Seer/Path of the Outcast) - This trilogy is a bit different as it's entirely written from the Eldar point of view (essentially futuristic high elves) and all three books take place at the same time but written by a different view point of each of the three characters. An event at the start of the series causes three friends to go in different directions, one becomes a warrior to control his anger, one becomes a farseer so she can see and understand the future and the third rejects the paths and becomes an outcast. It's quite cleverly done as events in the first book occur which you don't understand why, the second book fills in some gaps and the third book finishes it off.Gaunt's Ghosts - The author Dan Abnett isn't a fan of the all powerful Space Marines and instead prefers the every day Imperial Guard, this series follows the Tanith First and Only which is a new founding of standard soldiers who specialise in stealth. I see it's £1.99 linked above so would definitely recommend this one.Titanicus - This is set in the same area of the Galaxy as the Gaunt's Ghost series although it's pretty much a stand alone book featuring the mighty Titans, colossal walking machines with immense weaponry. I've always liked the Titans and I think this is by far the best of the books featuring Titans.Horus Heresy - I'm not quite sure if I could recommend this series as it starts off well but it gets into a sprawling mess and I've lost track of it now. The Horus Heresy is the defining moment in the 40K universe where the Warmaster Horus started a civil war within the Imperium with several of the legions turning traitor to support him. It was always an event in the past but they decided to produce a series of books on this time in Warhammer history and initially they were good featuring legendary characters who are long since dead by 40K times but the pace has slowed to a crawl and they've released many, many books so I'd only recommend the opening few books and a handful of others in the series.


Wow, thank you for the recommendations!
I've decided to pick up the gaunt ghosts omnibus
Although.. I'm not sure why the omnibus is 200 pages less than book 1
Are these books appropriate for a 10 year old or so they contain adult themes?
philh77705/01/2020 10:17

Are these books appropriate for a 10 year old or so they contain adult …Are these books appropriate for a 10 year old or so they contain adult themes?


Really depends on your 10 year old.
Dan Abnett isn't one for detailed romance scenes or bad language, but some of the violence is descriptive.

If you'd let him read Tom Clancy or James Patterson, then go for it. Gaunt's Ghosts is a phenomenal series, as are the Eisenhorn/Ravenor books.
Skwoddie05/01/2020 10:25

Really depends on your 10 year old.Dan Abnett isn't one for detailed …Really depends on your 10 year old.Dan Abnett isn't one for detailed romance scenes or bad language, but some of the violence is descriptive.If you'd let him read Tom Clancy or James Patterson, then go for it. Gaunt's Ghosts is a phenomenal series, as are the Eisenhorn/Ravenor books.


Thanks
Thanks ordered 40,000
shouldn't have looked at this
not sure i really need to buy more books!

there are also a couple of Gotrek & Felix omnibus' on offer for those that prefer fantasy to 40k
AgentZeus09/01/2020 17:32

shouldn't have looked at this not sure i really need to buy more …shouldn't have looked at this not sure i really need to buy more books!there are also a couple of Gotrek & Felix omnibus' on offer for those that prefer fantasy to 40k


Well noticed, deal updated with credit to you.
Has anyone figured out what offer these are discounted in? It doesn't appear to come under the monthly deals but they do seem to change each month. I'd like to figure out a way to know how long they are likely on sale for and get an easy overview of which ones are on sale at a time.
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