Warriors of Ultramar

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Pocket Books, Apr 1, 2003 - Fiction - 288 pages
8 Reviews
The Ultramarines are, a by-word for courage and honour. They are humanity s fiercest and most devout warriors. Honour and courage are valued above all else, except the God-Emperor himself. They are the stalwart protectors of mankind and the most dedicated of all the Space Marine Chapters.

When asked to honour an ancient debt, Captain Uriel Ventris and the Warriors of Ultramar find themselves standing shoulder to shoulder with brother Marines and local Guard units defending a vital industrial system. The threat they face is as terrifying as it is alien. The tyranids take no prisoners and show no mercy -- they consume all in an attempt to stave their unending hunger for bio-matter. Failure is not an option, but success requires the ultimate sacrifice.

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Review: Warriors of Ultramar (Ultramarines #2)

User Review  - Bill Walker - Goodreads

While I was unimpressed with the first ultramarine book in this series, I was intrigued enough by the main character to give this second book (ignoring the shorts in between) a try. I'm glad I did ... Read full review

Review: Warriors of Ultramar (Ultramarines #2)

User Review  - Steven Raszewski - Goodreads

Good old fashion alien killing gotta luv it. Get them bugs....... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Hailing from Scotland, Graham McNeill worked for over six years as a Games Developer in Games Workshop's Design Studio before taking the plunge to become a full-time writer. Graham's written a host of SF and Fantasy novels and comics, as well as a number of side projects that keep him busy and (mostly) out of trouble. His Horus Heresy novel, A Thousand Sons, was a New York Times bestseller and his Time of Legends novel, Empire, won the 2010 David Gemmell Legend Award. Graham lives and works in Nottingham and you can keep up to date with where he'll be and what he's working on by visiting his website.

Marc Gascoigne is the Black Library's publisher, with more than forty titles to his credit, from SF and fantasy fiction and games to children's reference works. Christian Dunn edits novels and graphic novels for the Black Library. Both are based in Nottingham, UK.

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