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8 edition of Honour of the Grave found in the catalog.

Honour of the Grave

by Robin Laws

  • 112 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Games Workshop .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fantasy - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Fantasy,
  • Fantasy,
  • Fantasy - Epic,
  • Fiction / Fantasy / Epic

  • Edition Notes

    Warhammer

    The Physical Object
    FormatMass Market Paperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7950053M
    ISBN 100743443543
    ISBN 109780743443548
    OCLC/WorldCa52427505

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Honour of the Grave by Robin Laws is a book that just did not do it for me, mostly because one of the characters did something that was so completely out of character that I felt compelled to put this one down.

The novel is part of the Warhammer series of novels/5(8). Honour of the Grave by Robin Laws is another Honour of the Grave book that didn't do it for me. Unlike the last couple of books that I gave up on fairly early on, though, this one had me until one of the characters did something that I felt was completely out of character/5.

Honour of the Grave by Robin Laws is a book that just did not do it for me, mostly because one of the characters did something that was so completely out of character that I felt compelled to put this one down.

The novel is part of the Warhammer series of novels/5(8). Buy a cheap copy of Honour of the Grave (Warhammer) book by Robin D. Laws. As the Empire's mighty armies clash against the rampaging hordes of evil, they leave in their wake the detritus of war, including the dead and the dying.

Free shipping over $/5(1). Honour of the Grave by Robin Laws is another book that didn't do it for me. Unlike the last couple of books that I gave up on fairly early on, though, this one had me until one of the characters did something that I felt was completely out of character.

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If there’s a break in the borders between those worlds and ours, the balance of good and evil in the world will shift, and evil will rule the day.

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Katherine Anne Porter's The Grave is a story about the transition to adulthood and a loss of innocence. The protagonist Miranda traces this change from childhood to womanhood back to one specific day and one event. The story told by the narrator is wrapped in the. I thought of the Honour Guard as some massive attempt to thwart evil but when it is told that there are only four members I am shocked.

They are supposed to be fighting the Jack of all trades with only four members; seems impossible. I don't think that was a highly developed idea in the book.

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The Graveyard Book contains examples of. Ancient Conspiracy: The Jacks of All Trades are a good example of this. And possibly the Honour latter "protects the borders of things", but the motives of the former, if there are any besides "continue existing", are unknown.The Honour Guard protected Bod from the Jacks by hunting them down all over the world while Bod remained safe in the graveyard.

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