For The Emperor: A Ciaphas Cain Novel [Sandy Mitchell] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Despite his yearnings for a peaceful and simple. For more than a hundred centuries The Emperor has sat immobile on. Commisar Ciaphas Cain – hero of the Imperium and renowned across the sector for his. Commisar Ciaphas Cain – hero of the Imperium and renowned across the sector for his bravery and valour – is sent to help maintain order on an outpost world on .
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John French Narrated by: I love the next part. The characters and the world they inhabit are developed well enough for such a short novel, though, and I do think it’s still worth checking out first to see if you want to read the rest in the series. How far it is from the truth is a subject of much fannish debate, fanned by the author’s refusal to pronounce on the matter.
In a galaxy riven by eternal war, they and the other armies of the Imperium are all that stand between mankind and damnation. This one I finished in a few nights, and even though its nice not be dugged down in ages, it could have had some more meat on it. This novel covers the Gravalax campaign and will be referred to often in the upcoming books of the series.
For The Emperor
Sandy Mitchell paints Commissar Cain as a self-serving leader, who would put his troops between himself and the enemy to save his own hide, yet always manages to come out of situations looking like a hero. Greatest amongst his soldiers are the Adeptus Astartes, the Space Marines, bio-engineered super-warriors.
A good story whit a lot of action. That, at least in the first novel, is not resolved, but it creates a character that you are constantly given two alternate interpretations.
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With the soldiers of the formation mistrustful and resentful of one another, Cain must find a way of integrating the two sides before their new mission can even get underway. The performance captures Cain’s personality well and the interludes from the Inquisitor and excerpts of Sulla’s memoirs are handled great. From Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum. Of course, Cain is dragged, kicking and screaming, to the middle of said action, and the more he does to avoid it, deeper he gets in it.
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Chaplain Grimaldus and a band of Black Templars are charged with the defence of Hive Helsreach from the xenos invaders in one of the many battle zones. Fell times have come to the galaxy. Welcome to Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum!
Strictly against regulations, for one thing. That aside, the tor is engaging, has with a few surprises, and grows in suspense. Realmslayer Warhammer Age of Sigmar By: Write a customer review.
After this release of tension, they are able to focus on finding their way back to the surface — and neither of them can muster much surprise when a route from the genestealers’ nest takes them to a secret cellar beneath cizphas Governor’s palace. The tthe, as presented in the novels, is that Cain is the sort of person he himself is supposed to execute: Cuaphas still grim dark, but its narrator is a sarcastic wit who despite being all for himself nevertheless stumbles into heroism. She laughed, a warm, smoky chuckle which warmed me like amasec, and I realised she was pulling my leg.
This book was fantastic! Further good news comes when two of the troopers from their party appear at the tunnel entrance, miraculously alive. In a different universe he could be replaced by a scruffy dog. I actually own the Hero of the Imperium omnibus but felt that each book should get it’s own review.
For a moment they argue over whether he really knows where he’s going, putting him in mind of “a couple of juvies on a disappointing date” — an image caln incongruous with their situation that both of them burst into hysterical laughter.
Cain is a self serving man and always more interested in saving his own skin than anything else. The reluctant hero is sent to a Valhallan regiment.
For the Emperor, unlike most of the series, also has an element of mystery and intrigue, with a Sinister Conspiracy trying to pit our heroes and some aliens against each other in a war — for this reason, For the Emperor is one of my favorites of all of Mitchell’s work.
Works Cited Mitchell, Sandy. Sandy Mitchell Narrated by: For the Emperor is the first full-length novel in the Ciaphas Cain series by Sandy Mitchellfollowing the introduction of the character in Mitchell’s short stories Fight or Flight and The Beguiling. While the novel suffers from some pacing issues, and newcomers to Warhammer will no doubt need references to the material, For The Emperor is a constantly entertaining read with a shockingly fascinating lead.
He is caught in lies throughout the footnotes, making it seem that Cain may perhaps be exaggerating his own cowardliness The whole novel is a very good start to a new character for the Warhammer 40K and at times the pacing of the story shows this.
This has spiraled rather out of Cain’s control, as he is now regarded as a “Hero of the Imperium”, and is frequently assigned to dangerous and unusual circumstances.
Dec 07, Mikhail rated it it was amazing.