Overview: Ragnar and the Space Wolves are despatched to the sacred world of Garm following the theft of one of the Chapter's most sacred relics - the Spear of Russ - said to have been touched by the hands of Primarch Leman Russ himself. When their ships are attacked en-route by a huge Chaos fleet, it forces a deadly boarding action costing numerous lives on both sides. The enraged Space Wolves learn that a far bigger foe is at work and they must stop it at all costs, before the Chapter's greatest enemy is reborn!
Pages: 282 Pages
Review By: Jason James
This is my favorite book in the series. This one find the Space Wolves and the blood claws that Ragnar the main character is a part of tyring to take back a sacred shrine that has been taken by some people influenced by Chaos. The battle in this one seem to be a little better but still at times I had a hard time get a good vision of were they and what is around them. Overall I did read this book really fast and for the most part never had a spot that seemed to lag. My only problem is at times it just seemed like the author was not very good at painting a clear picture of what was going on.
Review By: Browncoat
The "Space Wolf" series or "Lone Wolf" series (it seems they couldn't decide on a series name) is one of the better Black Library series I have read. It takes a young man, our hero Ragnar Blackmane, from his just becoming a man in the views of his tribe all the way to becoming an elite warrior, a Space Marine! Those of you that are unfamiliar with the Warhammer 40,000 universe need not worry. Everything you really need to know is explained in the text. In fact I would recommend this series to anyone taking their first dive into the WH40K universe. As a series goes, each book is on par with the one before, until we get to "Wolfblade". Wolfblade just doesn't give us the same impact that the rest of the series does, so I hope there are more books to come.