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#Posté le mercredi 29 août 2012 11:15
Posté le samedi 18 mai 2013 04:44
Review by Sean B. Schoonmaker for Rating: M. Abnett is a very capable wrietr who has proven again and again that the Warhammer 40K universe and quality writing can coexist between the covers of a novel or in his case comic books as well.Double Eagle covers a rarely visited aspect of the 40K genre, which is typically dominated by ground combat, aviators and war in the air. For fluff and background fanatics, this alone would be worth the price of admission, especially the central, very non-standard Imperial Guard squadron. Above and beyond this, M. Abnett does an excellent job bringing the reader into the story. Characters are surprisingly complex, yet very believable and human. The action scenes really stand out. M. Abnett clearly did his homework in talking to current-day Harrier pilots, as the trademark craft of the book the Thunderbolt has similar vector capability, and in consulting the historical record, integrating elements of classic true tales of air combat from WWII and other conflicts.The central tale seems very loosely based upon British retreat in the very early years of WWII and the Battle of Britain, but M. Abnett has woven in enough other elements into the tale that history buffs might be the only ones who take notice.There are two elements that might be considered weak points. The first is the enemy, whom aside from their ace of aces and his flying circus, has very little character and acts surprisingly mundanely for a chaos force. Their bombing sorties come in organized waves; their aircraft are uncommonly uniform, except in color or decoration. The second is the ending, though this rather depends on one's point of view. To put it in terms that won't give anything away, it has a European art film ending rather that a US action film ending.The short summation: another worthwhile offering from M. Abnett, well worth the read even though it isn't perfect.
Posté le samedi 18 mai 2013 02:36
Yeah I'm going to stop you right now because this game was most cenatirly not inspired by GOW although GOW is a good series it's the other wayï»¿ around, if anything GOW was inspired by this. It really pisses me off when people say crap like that. Maybe research the game more before you start talking about it.
Posté le samedi 18 mai 2013 00:57
Bonjour Hind, merci e9normement pour tes ide9es enrichissante.Je sauahitoi te dire que concernant mon e9xpe9rience, je me suis rendue compte que durant qlq mois que je perd mon temps dans un travail ou j apprend vraiement rien, je me fixe un objectid que je devrai finir pendant la journe9e par exemple avec une note e0 la fin de l apre9m je me renconte que l objectif fixe9 n est meame pas la moitie9e de ce que je devai faire.Je me dis certainement que le fait que j apprend rien dans ce travail est la cause.Pourtant je suis une personne tre8s active et qui aime travailler mais je ne sais pas ses temps si ce qui se passe.Tre8s bonne continuation et je suivrai ton blog
Posté le jeudi 16 mai 2013 13:10
Anonymous Posted on These two photos were taken in alrisauta, the second photo has name of the council on the side of the wheelie bin, but it's too small to read!
Posté le mercredi 29 août 2012 11:30
Waouh ! il en jette ce faucon ;) J'aime ! :P