Black Tide

Black Tide Having prevented the ferocious Bloodfiends from bringing disaster to their homeworld of Baal the Blood Angles go in search of the renegade who almost destroyed them Fabius Bile Tracking the Chaos tra

  • Title: Black Tide
  • Author: James Swallow
  • ISBN: 9781844168057
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Having prevented the ferocious Bloodfiends from bringing disaster to their homeworld of Baal, the Blood Angles go in search of the renegade who almost destroyed them Fabius Bile Tracking the Chaos traitor down to his secret base on Dynikas V, a world beset by alien tyranids, the Blood Angels find horrors terrible than even they can imagine And with a sample of primaHaving prevented the ferocious Bloodfiends from bringing disaster to their homeworld of Baal, the Blood Angles go in search of the renegade who almost destroyed them Fabius Bile Tracking the Chaos traitor down to his secret base on Dynikas V, a world beset by alien tyranids, the Blood Angels find horrors terrible than even they can imagine And with a sample of primarch s blood in his possession, the Blood Angels must discover what nefarious plot Fabius Bile is bent on.

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    James Swallow is a New York Times, Sunday Times and bestselling author and scriptwriter, a BAFTA nominee, a former journalist and the award winning writer of over forty five books, along with numerous scripts for videogames, radio and television His writing includes the Marc Dane action thriller series, the Sundowners steampunk Westerns and fiction from the worlds of Star Trek, Warhammer 40,000, Doctor Who, 24, Deus Ex, Stargate, Tannhauser and 2000AD His latest novel EXILE is out now from Bonnier Zaffre For exclusive content, information on new releases and a FREE deleted scene from his novel NOMAD, sign up to the Readers Club here bit JamesSwallowYou can also follow James on Twitter at jmswallow for updates

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  • Yet again I show my bias, ladies and gentlemen. In this book which was too large and dragged in the middle I give five stars, because I simply can't help myself - it had space marines battling an insidious enemy in a lab fortress of horror and I Looove such plots. To be honest, I was close to giving it four stars, but the epilogue was too strong for my feeble reason to defeat the fanboy. So five stars.


  • Bookworm Speaks!Warhammer 40KBlood Angels: Black Tide by James SwallowThe Story: Having prevented the ferocious Bloodfiends from bringing disaster to their homeworld of Baal, the Blood Angels go in search of the renegade who almost destroyed them - Fabius Bile. Tracking the Chaos traitor down to his secret base on Dynikas V, a world beset by alien tyranids, the Blood Angels find horrors more terrible than even they can imagine. And with a sample of primarch's blood in his possession, the Blood A [...]


  • I started this book with high hopes, both because of the reviews and the hunt for Fabious Bile. However it fell far shorter than my expectations. In a lot of scenes the writer make the Space Marines act a little more than grunts or mortals, the Sergeants talk to them like they are Neophytes and he disregards the lore whenever it is convenient for him to "develop" an event. For example, he doesn't consider that the armour is enclosed and a random Space Marine dies from exposing to vaccuum, howeve [...]


  • At the very end of Red Fury, Rafen is told that Bile stole some of the blood of the Primarch and that he is to track him down and punish this blasphemy, and retrieve the blood. Black Tide starts with his squad on a tau (alien) colony and the discovery that Bile is gone and knew they would follow them. And this was their last lead.Rafen is Not Pleased.But Seth sends word to the Blood Angels that the Flesh-Tearers have a lead, and want to be part of avenging the insult. Dante agrees and sends word [...]


  • This book honestly too me a little longer to get into than usual, but I was also rather busy, and as such didn't sit down and read as much of it as I normally would have.Saying that: The book got better and better with each passing page, and my infatuation with the Flesh Tearers and the Mad Scientist of 40K was ALMOST appeased.My favourite part of this book(besides how terrifyingly awesome said mad scientist is) is that the author wrote some really, really different stuff.His take on the Tyranid [...]


  • This book is the following Red Fury. In it Rafen goes in search of the traitor Fabius bile with a bunch of battle brothers and a few flesh tearers. They finally find the traitor on the planet Dynikas 5.Rafen is captured by fabius bile himself and he gets imprisoned in fabius´s base. Were the traitor conducts weird experiments trying to create a new emperor with the space marines primarchs´ blood sampless.Rafen then brings hope to the other space marines emprisoned and accomplishes in escaping. [...]


  • A very fun romp in the 41st millennium.I have to confess I wasn't expecting this story to take the turns that it did. I was expecting a pretty standard hack and slash as the Space Marines track down their foe and fight hordes of mutating monstrosities.Instead, the novel had a more endearing sense of adventure, harkening back to the early days of 40k. From memorable and interesting characters like a xenos-obsessed archeologist, to underwater battles upon an archeotech submarine, Black Tide has a [...]


  • These novels are dark, very dark, simply because of the nature of the setting itself. There is no hope in the Warhammer 40,000 universe - as the tagline goes, in the dark future there is only war.Despite this grim setting, or in fact because of it, the stories told are about incredibly heroic figures. People whose only destiny is a violent, bloody death on a foreign planet, people who -know- this is their only destiny, yet despite this they are determined to die with a snarl on their face spitti [...]


  • James Swallow restored a lot of my hope in his ownership of the Blood Angels with this book. In a LOOOOOOONG line of 40K novels that I have read, and I primarily only read about the IG or the Space Marines, totally around 40+ read now, THIS book happens to stand out as a little original. It has a nice change of location and story that was much more akin to Abnett's Gaunt's novels, as opposed to another Space Marine book. Swallow has impressed me with his HH work, but never his Blood Angels stuff [...]


  • A bit of a let down compared to the rest of the Blood Angel books. It felt as if the authors heart just wasnt in it. Which made it a slow read. But this time Rafen and the gang go to a planet where Fabius Bile has a prison/experimentation center on various Astartes and Tyranids. The persona of Rafen felt a bit more shallow this time around and the ending? Eh. While its not a bad book by itself, it just dosnt hold the same quality that i came to expect from the author. Which saddens me.


  • Having prevented the ferocious Bloodfiends from bringing disaster to their homeworld of Baal, the Blood Angels go in search of the renegade who almost destroyed them - Fabius Bile. Tracking the Chaos traitor down to his secret base on Dynikas V, a world beset by alien tyranids, the Blood Angels find horrors more terrible than even they can imagine. And with a sample of primarch's blood in his possession, the Blood Angels must discover what nefarious plot Fabius Bile is bent on.


  • The meta-plot was a great idea that I'd like to see developed. The Blood Angels seemed more like vanilla marines though, rather than rage-a-holics fighting against their nature. The writing (or perhaps more accurately, the editing) was technically better than many of Black Library's works which is nice to see.



  • Was a good ending to the blood angel Story. Not the best book but ist worth the time if you like 40 k and the angels



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