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The Lord of the End Times: The End Times Book 5 (Anglais) Broché – 4 juin 2015

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The End Times have come. Archaon Everchosen marches on the city of Middenheim, and if he captures it, the key to the Chaos gods' ultimate victory will be his. The last heroes of men, elves and dwarfs gather to stop him, but to stand against the hordes of the Ruinous Powers, they must turn to darker allies. Against all reason, the last hope for the world may be the Undying King, Nagash himself - if he and the mortal races can find common cause and work together. If they cannot, Archaon's plan will come to fruition and the world will be consumed by Chaos.

Biographie de l'auteur

Josh Reynolds is the author of the Warhammer 40,000 novellas Hunter's Snare and Dante's Canyon, along with the audio drama Master of the Hunt, all three featuring the White Scars, and the Blood Angels novel Deathstorm. In the Warhammer World, he has written The End Times: The Return of Nagash, the Gotrek & Felix tales Charnel Congress, Road of Skulls and The Serpent Queen, and the novels Neferata, Master of Death and Knight of the Blazing Sun. He lives and works in Sheffield.

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Imagine the last episode of the Sopranos 11 juillet 2015
Par Peter L. Romaneski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If it weren't material I have been following for decades, I'd give it one star. Even then, though, the shoddy treatment the material receives throughout most of this series is really terrible. Epic characters just parachute into the story out of nowhere, then either do nothing at all or get killed off with no one caring. When *every* character is some legendary warrior thing, then *every* character is the same and the titular embellishments don't matter. There are 12 characters in the book who are some kind of "king": broken king, three eyed king, eternity king, undying king, etc etc. Every character is unique just like every other character.

In fact, at the end of the story almost nothing mattered. I have to assume that Games Workshop is just doing a universal reboot on the intellectual property and this was a slipshod way of wiping the slate.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 A huge disappointment.... 11 août 2015
Par D. DeFazio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
To quote Dorothy Parker, “This is not a novel to be tossed aside lightly. It should be thrown with great force.” I don’t blame Mr. Reynolds. He’s just a hired gun, doing exactly what Games Workshop wants done. His writing isn’t bad. The plotting and the entire concept is bad.

There is no main character here. We follow one group of characters for 100 pages before they are killed—just 25% into the book. Then we switch viewpoints between what seems like a dozen characters, all of who are given only cursory development before they are killed. Because all the good guys are dead, the god Sigmar just shows up out of nowhere on page 396 of a 441 page book to do battle with the main villain Archeon. Talk about a deus ex machina. Just imagine how ripped off you’d feel if Frodo died before reaching Mount Doom and God suddenly showed up to fight Sauron. That’s exactly how the ending felt.

Sigmar and Archeon exchange blows for two tedious chapters before the fight climaxes on a precipice over a swirling chaos void thingy. But I wasn’t worried that a GOD might FALL. Nor is it suspenseful to watch a GOD FIGHT.

The battles, incidentally, are not remotely believable. The forces of chaos fight fanatically, even though they are not being paid. The evil armies have no apparent source of food, no medical support, and no supply chain. They march thousands of miles across the entire continent without ever losing morale or getting sick. In fact, their only reward is their own destruction. No living species, even aggressive ones, act this way. Even fire ants slow down and drink water. But the beastmen, ogres, trolls, daemons and whatnot just keep coming, logic be damned.

The last several chapters are especially bad, reading like a summary of events rather than a story. Entire continents and civilizations are swept away in just a few paragraphs.

Worst of all, nothing the heroes do makes a difference. They fail, not because of their tragic flaws, but because they are victims of a toy company wanting to reboot their miniatures line. It’s really a slap in the face to the readers who have invested thousands of hours of time in these characters.

So “This is how the world ends, not with a bang, but whimper.”
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Very disappointed with blithe treatment of decades old fantasy material 8 juin 2015
Par C - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Spoiler alert! Very disappointed with blithe treatment of decades old fantasy material. Some excellent scenes, but mostly a hurry to reboot.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Inglorious death 17 juin 2015
Par Kryptonian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Was deeply crushed by this book,I liked the warhammer series in general and some of my favorite characters ended in paragraphs where they deserved books themselves, it does seem a rush job that way, Jeez they should have left well enough alone. Its definetly the end alright but too much really
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Farewell to the Old World. 7 novembre 2015
Par Garrett Simpson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This was by no means a bad book! It was certainly very fast paced and the author had to sadly kill off many beloved heroes before Games Workshop brought in the Age of Sigmar revamp,but on the same hand he makes a personal effort to acknowledge far more of the vast world that was the Old World than the massive campaign book and at least giving us some closure.

The pace is lightning fast as befitting a novel describing the ending of a world. The prologue starts off with loads of action as a Warhammer book should and even with only having a 100 pages to write it the fall of Middenheim felt very plausible and gave many heroes and villains a time to shine although the complete absence of the siege of Averheim was unfortunate alongside everything that happened with the Undead before they came to Athel Loren,but Josh Reynolds moves through the story smartly and at a brisk pace. This is a tear-jerking book and the emotions conveyed in certain scenes such as Lileath giving the truth to Jerrod or Sigmar resolving his conflict with the traiter,Gerreon, from his Time of Legends arc were very palpable. As ever with his style of writing the author threw in a few fascinating original characters who were handled well particularly with Wendel Volker,the Reiksguard knight who plays a big part in the siege of Middenheim and later on plus Canto Unsword provides some great perspective on the Chaos side of the equation.

I myself love the Age of Sigmar and the Warhammer world and general and although I was said to see it go without more books or pages within this one Josh made an earnest effort to close it out with a bang and it was awesome all around. :)
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