Blood Pact (Gaunt’s Ghosts) [Abnett Dan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gaunt and his men are his men are drawn into a web of intrigue . , This article is about the novel; for the Chaos cult, see Blood Pact. Blood Pact is the twelfth novel in the Gaunt’s Ghosts series by Dan Abnett. Gaunt’s Ghosts: Blood Pact by Dan Abnett. Two years have passed since the ferocious battle for Hinzerhaus Fortress on Jago. The Tanith First.
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Blood Pact (Novel)
Blood Pact is a little something different than the rest of the books in the series. The ending, as usual, was very dramatic and very bitter-sweet. The Inquisition is attempting to secure custody of the prisoner so that they may handle him their own way.
Blood Pact is the new entry in the hugely popular Gaunt’s Ghosts series set in the Warhammer 40, universe. Everytime I pick one of these books up I know I am in for a sleepless night can I da can’t put them down. Jun 13, Mary Catelli rated it it was amazing Shelves: This story still punched pretty well and went further into blodo 40k Universe.
Gaunt’s Ghosts 12Warhammer 40, Welcome to Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum! Community Forum Discord Server. So Dan Abnett and written yet another Gaunt’s Ghosts book. Mostly too much focus on Gaunt instead of the other soldiers.
Instead of large battles and military actions, we get a small group running from an assassination team for most of the book.
Another amazing chapter in the saga of the Gaunt and the Ghosts. However, Blood Pact does feel like a lesser entry in the series. I hate you Dan Abnett! Yes, there were references to what has happened in the past, but Dan Abnett has managed to tell a focused stand-alone story here that was easy to follow and extremely enjoyable.
The plot of Blood Pact somewhat mirrors that of Traitor Generalwith Etogaur Mabbon in place of Noches Sturmbut differs with the assassination squad holding the upper hand over their target’s captors. Jul 09, Jacob rated it bkood liked it Shelves: Much less gunplay vs impossible odds than sneaking around.
They use some sort of Chaos shroud to keep the city unaware that its under assault. Nov 21, Patt rated it it was amazing. An agent of the archenemy has been taken prisoner and wants to give up valuable intelligence An enemy prisoner — one of the deadly Blood Pact — wants to betray his masters, but he will only talk to Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt. But before the prisoner can speak, the base is attacked by enemy agent A slightly different book from Abnett’s normal battlefield Gaunt’s Ghosts efforts – this is more on-the-run thriller, crossed with double-cross spy novel.
Battered and bleeding, the Tanith First finally won a respite, being rotated back to sector HQ on Balhaut for a well-earned rest after ten years on the front lines.
On the other hand, they hlood taken off This is the twelfth book in the Gaunt’s Ghosts series. The Tanith First have been pulled back from the front line and are enjoying some well-deserved rest. A prisoner with very valuable information who refuses to talk to anyone but Gaunt. Being set on Balhaut, a safe world pac isn’t too far from the front line, we get to see a city home to the average person and see just how an Imperial World works. On the other hand, the team san after the prisoner is stronger, and the defenses against them weaker than in that book.
In the midst of these problems, Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt is summoned to Two years have passed since the ferocious battle for Hinzerhaus Fortress on Jago. Very bizarre, very Abnett, very memorable.
Everyone is desparate for a posting Although there are some drawbacks to this story, it does feel like a nice change of pace vlood the Ghosts.
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Needless to say, Abnett has written another winner — perhaps the best so far — and any fan of his writing should snap annett up ASAP. The story itself was a little on the predictable side, but it was well-executed enough to abneth interesting all the way through. As we are introduced to Gaunt and his senior officers it quickly becomes clear that they are awaiting new deployment orders and are anxious to get back into the action. Blood Pact starts off really well with some of the Tanith First, bored with the excessive time they have spent away from the front line, embarking on a rather dubious side venture.
Maybe Abnett has grown kind of bored of these characters.
What follows is a fun romp bood Gaunt and a group of Ghosts have to protect the prisoner from the frighteningly effective Chaos special forces troops loyal to Khorne, they are from the Blood Pact after all, hence the books title while another under Major Rawne are fighting for their lives following a supremely hilarious early incident that involved a theft from a gambling institution that landed many of them Rawne included in the brig.
Feb 25, Student Teacher rated it really liked it.
I didn’t think it was as strong as the recent “Only in Death” but I think that’s the difference between a pacct at the end of an arc this one which is setting up the next arc of books. So, a mad, five-way chase to figure out what’s going on and who can be trusted and what to do. Probably the weakest in the “Ghosts” series while at the same time still entertaining enough.
Bloof Gaunt’s Ghosts was a TV series and we can but hopethis is the relatively low-key opening to a new season which is reacquainting you with all the characters before the big storylines kick in.