The Unforgiven (Warhammer), by Gav Thorpe

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The Unforgiven (Warhammer), by Gav Thorpe

The gripping conclusion to the Legacy of Caliban series

The Legacy of Caliban echoes down through the ages, and the secretive mission of the Dark Angels continues: to atone for the sins of their forefathers and capture all of the renegades and heretics known as the Fallen. With the most famous of these Fallen Dark Angels – the elusive Cypher – now firmly in their grasp after his unexpected surrender, the Dark Angels are given fresh hope that they can redeem themselves in the eyes of the Emperor. But what game is Cypher playing? What plans does he have? And can the Dark Angels ever really atone, or will they always remain the Unforgiven?

  • Sales Rank: #202232 in Books
  • Brand: Thorpe, Gav
  • Published on: 2015-07-14
  • Released on: 2015-07-14
  • Original language: English
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 7.80″ h x 1.20″ w x 5.10″ l, .0 pounds
  • Binding: Paperback
  • 416 pages

About the Author
Gav Thorpe is the author of the Horus Heresy novel Deliverance Lost, as well as the novellas Corax: Soulforge, Ravenlord and The Lion, which formed part of the New York Times bestselling collection The Primarchs. He is particularly well-known for his Dark Angels stories, including the Legacy of Caliban series, and the ever-popular novel Angels of Darkness. His Warhammer 40,000 repertoire further includes the Path of the Eldar series, the Horus Heresy audio dramas Raven’s Flight and Honour to the Dead, and a multiplicity of short stories. For Warhammer, Gav has penned the Time of Legends trilogy, The Sundering, and much more besides. He lives and works in Nottingham

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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Nother never-ending fight with NO point.
By Steven L. Coker
This story is well written but is lacking in sort of story line. I am not even sure what the story line is.
I have seen this more and more in Warhammer books. Nothing but fighting and killing with little resolution to the reason behind the fighting/killing. Its like they are trying to put out a NEVER-ENDING story — because of $$$$?
All the bad guys escape and all the good guys are left standing around – acting as if they won some thing.
The good guys always seem to get suckered into some desperate battle by the bad guys – who are always more prepared and have better battle plans. Cant think of a single book in recent times where the Good Guys were on the Attack and setting up the Bad Guys in some elaborate Trap.

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
Better, but…
By JPS
Review first posted on Amazon.co.uk on 4 July 2015

This is the third volume of the Legacy of Caliban and supposedly the conclusion of the trilogy. I liked this one better than the previous volumes although it still had some problems.

I had two main reasons for preferring it. One is that the characters are somewhat more believable, in particular that of Supreme Grand Master Azrael and his doubts and uncertainties, but also that of trooper Annael, while the most extreme and fanatical individuals – the Interrogator-Chaplain Asmodai and Grand Master Belial – are somewhat toned down. The other is one rather superb “all-in” battle (both in space and on land – sort of – of which I will write no more to avoid spoilers

I still had some problems, however. One is that this is volume three of what is expected to be a trilogy but given the ending and with nothing really solved, I could not help wondering whether the author was going to drag it on for one or two more episodes. Essentially, and contrary to the book’s commercial “blurb”, this is NOT the “gripping conclusion to the Legacy of Caliban Series” and the story “looks and feels” far from finished.

Then I had a second problem. As another reviewer put it, “the Legacy of Caliban echoes down through the ages, and the secretive mission of the Dark Angels continues: to atone for the sins of their forefathers and capture all of the renegades and heretics known as the Fallen.” There is still no real explanation as to what these “sins” are exactly and why, some 10000 years later, there would be such a need to hunt down losers of this old and semi-legendary civil war. It is also unclear as to why this hunt must be so secretive that the truth – or what little is still known about the events that took place so long ago – is withheld from most of the Dark Angels themselves.

Finally, there is the character of Cypher, still so enigmatic and ambiguous, and about which you learn little, something that was also a bit of a disappointment.

Having mentioned all this, it would be unfair to state that the story does not progress: it does somewhat and you will, for instance, make the acquaintance of the Rock’s most famous prisoner. However, the pace is slow and all of the main points remain unexplained by the end of the book.

To end on a positive note, there was however some nice features included in this volume. One was the appearance of Successor Chapters to the Dark Angels and, in particular, the colourful Supreme Grand Master of one of them. Another one was the Chaos Fleet of the Death Guard, with Terminus Est and its veteran Horus Heresy First Captain Tryphon/Typhus.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Gav didn’t stick the landing.
By jason west
I love reading about the Horus Heresy, and the Dark Angels have always been my favorite chapter. I really enjoyed this trilogy all the way up until two thirds of the way through this, the final book. Nearing the end, the tone of the novel shifts and the writing becomes sloppy and rushed as if the author suddenly realized he would be well over word count if he resolved all of his many plots. The key reason for reading the series is to finally learn about the enigmatic character Cypher. This third book in the trilogy not only fails at answering the questions most followers of the Dark Angels have, it ends so abruptly and without explanation that it feels like a slap in the face to the reader. What could have been an amazing end to an otherwise excellently written trilogy ends up being nothing more than a major let down.

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