Book Review: The Path Of The Warrior by Gav Thorpe

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The first book in the omnibus is the Path Of The Warrior, the story of Korlandril and his search to find his true purpose in life, the reason for his living. His fate.

Gav Thorpe brings a writing style to the page that made it very easy to paint a clear picture in your head of the world in which the story takes place. Whether it’s a wide expanse or a single room, you feel like you know what it looks like, what it smells like, you create the details with precision clarity in your mind. Read more

Book Review: Path Of The Seer by Gav Thorpe

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Path of the Seer is the second Warhammer 40,000 story in the Path Of The Eldar omnibus, following on from the Path Of The Warrior. This time around Gav Thorpe brings to life is the story of Thirianna, the Poet who becomes a Farseer, recounting her part in the Seige of Alaitoc and her relationship with her friends: Korlandril (the warrior) and Aradryan (the outcast). Read more

Book Review: The Path Of The Outcast by Gav Thorpe

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The Path Of The Outcast promises so much, having taken so long to arrive. Everything is set up and repeated in the first two novels of Gav Thorpe’s The Path Of The Eldar omnibus that the weight of expectation you create onto The Path Of The Outcast, the demands you place on it to give you the story you want, to tell you how everything finally ends, is almost too much to ask. Read more

Book Review: Path Of The Eldar – Short Stories

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There are three short stories that accompany the main Path Of The Eldar trilogy – The Curse Of Shaa-Dom, The Reward Of Tolerance and Dark Son. And they mainly follow a pattern of taking some of the lesser characters or supporting events from the main trilogy and attempting to expand they out briefly to give us a new insight.

For me though they just don’t work. Read more