La novela relata la vida de Thagrosh Hellbourne, carismático líder de las huestes de Legion of Everblight, facción del juego de miniaturas Hordes/Warmachine, que como no podía ser de otra manera, describe el amplio mundo de los Reinos de Hierro. Recuerda un poco a Espartaco salvando las distancias, y revela aspectos muy interesantes inéditos sobre la raza de los Ogruns, los Khadorianos y Everblight en sí mismo.
Quizás de lo que peque es un poco de sencillez y brevedad, pero son relatos cortos y su precio es bastante irrisorio, quizás apoyando estas iniciativas con el tiempo veamos productos más extensos y elaborados.
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 42 minutes|
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||23 September 2014|
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113,509 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
58 in Fantasy Movie, TV & Video Game Tie-Ins
474 in Movie, TV & Video Game Tie-In Fiction
3,005 in TV, Film & Game Tie-In Fiction
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Good readReviewed in the United States on 20 November 2018
As a whole it was a good read slow start and not bad. The ogrun took awhile to figure out. It was kind of confusing to imagine what Thagrosh looked like whether monster part human or what. That's probably all I should say so it doesn't give new readers to much information. All and all I would give it thumbs up.
Not a good sequelReviewed in the United States on 11 July 2018
Not a sequel to the first book. It's written with extremely annoying accent laced dialogue. Very disappointing read.
Calls For SequelsReviewed in the United States on 12 August 2014
This novella left me wanting much, much more. It felt like the first act to a full novel, and I hope to see sequels at some point. I didn't realize what was happening at the end immediately, but it became apparent with one of the illustrations, and I enjoyed the beginning and middle of the book a great deal. The number of viewpoints especially made me wonder if that was really it. There were four of them in this novella, and that seemed like too many for such a short piece. However, the action was phenomenal and I became attached to all of the character that survived until the middle.
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First Warmahordes ReadReviewed in the United States on 3 June 2016
I just wanted to try one of the iron kingdom books. Picked this one and loved it. Would recommend if you play legion, or are just looking for a quick fantasy story set in the iron kingdom.