Double Eagle was written by Dan Abnett, and is a spin off from his popular Gaunts Ghosts series. It was first published as a hardback in , and released as a. Double Eagle Type Novel Series Gaunt’s Ghosts Author Dan Abnett Publisher The Black Library Binding Hardcover Released July Pages ISBN Double Eagle by Dan Abnett, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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On est au coeur du conflit, et on le vit avec ceux qui mettent leurs vies en danger. Kind of a fun departure from the usual settings in this multi-author series. It’s definitely very well written seeing the same scene from different characters POV is a neat mechanic and really well done but I’m really not interested in reading a historical fiction novel.
Jan 16, Bob rated it liked it Shelves: Double Eagle reads less like a novel and more like an authentic World War II chronicle of an aerial campaign over Europe or in the Pacific.
I’ve read the first Gaunts Ghosts omnibus. Ditto plenty of renegades aren’t infected by Demons, even if GW tends to forget that: Set your 40kLore flair via the wondrous Flair Selection Page. Subreddit Rules Rule 1: Originally placed at an adult level of reading, high school students should have no problem comprehending it.
The unit really is a whole, from machine, to tech, to pilots. Abnett puts you in the briefing room and cockpit of Imperium forces fighters dkuble the Archenemy over the skies of Enothis. The storyline is rather straightforward, there were no huge surprises or plot twists, but character development was interesting and I liked how the climax was handled.
Thanks for the comment. I get that it’s the Battle of London in 40k, but so far it seems like it’s literally that – that he had written a WW2 fighter ace novel that couldn’t get published, so he stuck in a few mentions of planets instead of England and France. I’m about 70 pages into Abnett’s Double Eagle.
Double Eagle (Novel)
Double Eagle is next in my pile of 40k novels and Brothers of the Snake is in my Amazon cart. Failure to do so may result in investigation by the Inquisition. It’s a novel about 40k fighter pilots, so a lot of the standard 40k conventions won’t apply.
Have you not read Gaunt’s Ghosts? It was first published as a hardback inand released as a softback in It certainly means his style is a bit ewgle from typical 40k fare. Trivia About Double Eagle. Does this change as it gets further in? Abnett’s eeagle are distinctly less “grimdark” than the average 40k novella but i typically view it as one of his strengths and appeals of his writing that his books tend to have a more personal and grounded approach than the wading through piles of corpses in other books as it makes a change.
Double Eagle is doubls fifteenth novel.
Double Eagle by Dan Abnett
Double Eagle Trade Paperback It sounds like you just don’t enjoy the less fantastic elements of 40k. More from the view of the air forces fighting in this campaign. Sep 10, Daniel rated it it was amazing.
I’m happy to hear that.
Double Eagle is a nice glimpse into that. This book is what an action story should be, and Dan Abnett is a master of action. Mar 24, Jim rated it really liked it Shelves: Dounle Britain, German aircraft began with raids on British convoys and aircraft. Published August 9th by Black Library Publishing first published Un remake de la Bataille de l’Atlantique. This novel shows again that Abnett is the best of the WH40k authors, at least in my opinion.
A break from the usual war stories in the Warhammer universe. Makes Double Eagle seem much more connected to abnegt 40k universe in my opinion.
Abneft plot, interesting characters, decent story. However, perhaps men like the wounded veteran August Kaminsky and the raw cadet Enric Darrow can still make their contribution to the war effort.
Abnett does an excellent job of describing everything, from landscape to aircraft, to combat and beyond. Paperbackpages. Welcome to Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum!