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Grey Knights: The Omnibus The Grey Knights Are Servants Of The Ordo Malleus, Imperious, Incorruptable Warriors, Whose Very Purpose Is To Seek Out And Destroy The Most Dangeous Foes That Humanity Will Ever Face Daemons Armed And Armoured With The Trappings Of The Daemonhunter, These Stalwart Astartes Bring Death And Destruction To The Immortal Denizens Of The Warp Girded By Faith, Wielders Of The Nemesis Force Halberd, The Grey Knights Step Were Others Will Not Tread There S Is The Hardest Task, Risking Their Immortal Souls In Pursuit Of The Hungry Entities Of Chaos, The Imperium S Most Arch Foes, Who, Without The Grey Knights, Would Be But A Feast On The Sacrificial Altar Of Darkness


About the Author: Ben Counter

Ben Counter, as well as making several contributions to Inferno magazine, has written the Soul Drinkers and Grey Knights series and two Horus Heresy novels for the Black Library He is an ancient history graduate and avid miniature painter with a bronze demon under his belt.



10 thoughts on “Grey Knights: The Omnibus

  1. says:

    You know how sometimes, what you really want is some Kentucky Fried Chicken, but someone naming no names, but this would be your children want to steal your chicken from you once you ve purchased it, and even though the Colonel s cole slaw may be what God sent to the Israelites when they got peckish you want the freaking chicken and biscuits dammit so you take advantage of the fact that


  2. says:

    A collection of three novels about checks title the Grey Knights, W40 s super elite anti demon hunters, and as close as the setting comes to good guys Contained within are three novels Grey Knights This is a good start the book kicks off with a battle where an isolated group of Grey Knights mounts a almost hopeless assault on a evil, naughty demon who s sealed for a thousand years, with th


  3. says:

    Omnibus collecting three Grey Knights stories The setting is the Warhammer 40.000 universe, and the Grey Knights are Space Marines that are employed to hunt down daemons The three stories follow the main protagonist, Alaric, in a fight to track down and destroy a daemon, on a quest to stop a daemon on a warp infested planet those who know Warhammer will understand , and as a captive turned g


  4. says:

    When most people think of Warhammer 40,000 they imagine it s trademark power armor clad, genetically engineered, super human, bad asses the Space Marines I was introduced to Black Library s thrilling series of 40K novels via another fascinating character type though, the agents of the Imperial Inquisition If the Space Marines are the Supermen of 40K characters than the Inquisition are sort of the Batmen well a mix


  5. says:

    Good start, questionable endAs a reader relatively new to Warhammer 40k, i was particularly eager to read up on the grey knights I must say that the first book is the best of the lot Its inventive, has a good plot and the final twist is nothing to sneeze at The second book is a little bit of a letdown compared to the first, but it does have its merit The third one felt like it could have been written in any universe My big


  6. says:

    Awesome series Loved it.


  7. says:

    Two stars for story which is straight up action Four stars for world building.


  8. says:

    Bear with me, this is going to be a tell a tale of my life before the actual review, but I believe it will explain the big impression this book had on me.The Emperor Protects A tale of my life For someone that hates miniature games, it is not a impediment to read good sci fi about them I m a huge fan of the world of Warhammer 40k, even before I knew it existed All because I m a faithful player of Warcraft the RTS games, please and Starcraft, which a


  9. says:

    I see so much potential in the Warhammer 40,000 universe that I just want the novels to be good I want them to be up there with Dune in their world building, character development and impressive prose I might be hoping for too much Grey Knights is an alright read I only finished the first of the three novels contained in this omnibus The characters are nothing special, but they re not unforgivingly flawed either The minor characters are actually the most int


  10. says:

    As far as Warhammer 40k fluff material is concerned, this is some of the most interesting stuff I ve read Each book in this collection, on its own, is common fare for this genre, but as a whole they form an entertaining look at one of the smaller groups of Space Marines The Imperium vs Chaos conflict is what strikes me as the most interesting dichotomies of the WH40K universe, and here we have the most devout of the Empire s faithful, the Grey Knights paladins of the


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