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Innocence Proves Nothing (Warhammer 40,000)

By Sandy Mitchell

Innocence Proves Nothing (Warhammer 40,000)

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Tags: adventure, aliens, black library, daemons, warhammer 40k

Started reading:
2009-12-29 06:34:21
Finished reading:
2010-01-01 13:20:50

Review

Rating: 6

I’ve been a fan of Games Workshop’s Inquisition ever since they issued the stand-alone miniatures rules for the Warhammer 40K universe. While I haven’t read the book that precedes it (Scourge the Heretic), this novel stands well on its own and moves along at a nice pace. I particularly like the use of language and social aspects of the Imperium including the differences between the various planetary societies and those aboard the starships. Parts of the book drag because the narrative switches between so many characters that the individual storylines don’t seem to build momentum. But it’s definitely worth a read for fans of WH40K.

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