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Architect of Fate mobi ä Paperback read ☆ ❰BOOKS❯ ✮ Architect of Fate Author Christian Dunn – The Space Marines stand against the darkness and yet on countless battlefields they play unwitting roles in the schemes of Fateweaver From the doomed world of Ilissus through the embattled corridors o TheThe great plan that he set in motion many thousands of years ago But not even the Architect of Fate himself can foresee the destiny that lies in wait for himCollected for the first time all four parts of the Architect of Fate novella series are presented in a single printed volume The infamous Kair Four stories all linked by a common being Fateweaver a powerful greater daemon of Tzeentch I enjoyed this book and it had one of the best endings An ending that wasn’t an ending and yet it was I know confusing but when all the stories are tied to Tzeentch the changer of ways confusion is bound to occurWell done

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Os Fateweaver greater daemon of Tzeentch and master of manipulation has discovered the limits of his power – even one so prescient as he cannot divine beyond the event horizon at the end of the 41st MillenniumThis anthology collects four novellasAccursed EternityEndeavour of WillSanctusFateweaver Shadowhawk reviews the first ever Space Marine Battles anthology a collection of four novellas by different authors focused on a key character of the Warhammer 40000 setting the Greater Daemon of Tzeentch known as Kairos Fateweaver“One of the best anthologies that Black Library has ever published Architect of Fate has definitely set a great precedent for future works that are similarly themed I certainly want such anthologies” The Founding FieldsThe Space Marine Battles series is one of the best ideas to come from the Black Library editorial staff as it has produced some of the best novels from some of its best authors Sarah Cawkwell’s The Gildar Rift Chris Wraight’s The Battle of the Fang and Rob Sanders’ Legion of the Damned are some of my favourite novels especially the latter which I believe has set the bar really high for a really dark gritty and stubborn yet heroic portrayal of Space MarinesAfter eight novels in a little over two years and a limited edition novella an anthology was inevitable and uite welcome even Novels are all fine and good but there is a certain inherent attractiveness for anthologies because they allow the reader to gain some good widespread exposure to a setting The fact that the first SMB anthology is a collection of four linked novellas is pretty much what I would have expected the clue is really in the name of the series a theme that can be explored to satisfaction in novels and novellas not short storiesOr audio dramas as I’m told by a few reliable sources so stay tuned for that in the coming months Some great surprises are in storeSo back to the anthology Each novella in this collection is a story that focuses in one way or another on one of the most manipulative deceptive and dangerous characters in the Warhammer 40000 setting Chaos Lord Tzeentch’s foremost servant the Lord of Change known as Kairos Fateweaver As someone who has knowledge of the future that even his master is unaware of at times and yet is stuck irrevocably in his master’s schemes Kairos Fateweaver is a strangely compelling and interesting character As such he makes for a great focus and connecting strand between the four novellas in the anthology Let’s beginThe first novella here is Accursed Eternity by Sarah Cawkwell one of the newest writers on the block and one of my favourites I’ve already reviewed the novella separately back in December so I won’t rehash that 1800 word review Suffice to say that this novella is how a lot of Warhammer 40000 fiction should be like It has that dark sinister edge that completely fits the setting and it also has a strong horror element She is also great at taking previously unused Space Marine chapters and really breathing life into them as her work with the Silver Skulls previously has shown and which she continues here with the Star Dragons and the Blood Swords I would really like her to to write about either of them as she has balanced the mysteries and revelations about the chapters uite nicely and they both have a distinctive personality and chapter culture The novella itself is pretty much fantastic in all regards A seuel to this would be very very welcomeHaving read the other novellas in the collection since then Accursed Eternity works very well as part of a larger whole particularly with John French’s contribution Fateweaver In that respect and liking the horror aspects of the anthology I’m now inclined to rate the novella higher than I did before which it richly deservesYou can find the full review over at The Founding Fields

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Architect of FateThe Space Marines stand against the darkness and yet on countless battlefields they play unwitting roles in the schemes of Fateweaver From the doomed world of Ilissus through the embattled corridors of the Endeavour of Will to the borders of the Eye of Terror itself – friend and foe alike follow Part of Black Library’s Space Marine Battles series Architect of Fate is made up of novellas from Sarah Cawkwell Darius Hinks Ben Counter and John French featuring various Space Marine chapters and members of the Inuisition battling against daemonic plots and manipulations on the fringes of the Eye of Terror Four uite different stories told in each author’s distinct style they nevertheless fit together nicely with common themes the occasional bit of connective tissue and a consistent toneThis is a complex and tricksy book the four novellas coming together into a varied but enjoyably consistent book It’s not the usual Space Marine Battles fare but if you prefer your battles leavened with clever plotting and twisty Tzeentchian darkness then you’ll enjoy thisRead the full review at