Ultramarines by Graham McNeill

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Beginning to end there is no letup at all in the story.
-The Founding Fields


In the nightmare world of Warhammer 40,000, no servants of the Imperium are more dedicated than the Ultramarines, who follow the teachings of the legendary Codex Astartes to the letter. Having escaped from the Eye of Terror, Uriel Ventris and Pasanius now face an epic journey through a hostile universe in their quest to get home to Ultramar to safety and redemption. The Ultramaries are back in this storming new novel from Graham Mcneill, author of the "Ultramarines Omnibus".

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Published July 8, 2008 by Games Workshop. 320 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, War, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math. Fiction
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Starburst Magazine

Below average
Reviewed by Starbust Magazine on Jul 07 2012

Ultramarines:The Second Omnibus is more of the same for the fans.

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The Founding Fields

Reviewed by AJ on Mar 23 2012

Beginning to end there is no letup at all in the story.

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Falcata Times

Reviewed by Dros Delnoch on May 27 2012

Add to this wonderful stories, pyrrhic victories alongside the glorification of the chapter and when added to gripping arcs alongside top notch combat makes this a book that if you don’t own them already, is very hard to ignore.

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Graeme's Fantasy Book Review

Below average
Reviewed by Graeme on Mar 27 2012

‘Eye of Vengeance’ sits at the end of ‘Ultramarines: The Second Omnibus’ like a misplaced afterthought. There’s very little connection.

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