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by Barrington J. Bayley

ISBN: 0671783904
ISBN13: 978-0671783907
Language: English
Publisher: Games Workshop (June 1, 2000)
Category: Science Fiction
Subategory: Science Fiction

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This was the first warhammer 40k book I have ever read, since then Ive read 38 others. It is the only warhammer 40k book that surprised me. I think that the view inside of the eye of terror that the author gives is amazing, and unique.

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Barrington J. Bayley (9 April 1937 – 14 October 2008) was an English science fiction writer. Bayley was born in Birmingham and educated in Newport, Shropshire. He worked a number of jobs before joining the Royal Air Force during 1955; his first published story, "Combat's End", had been printed the year before in Vargo Statten Magazine.

Series: Warhammer 40,000 Novels. Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages. Publisher: Games Workshop (June 1, 2000).

Eye of Terror is a Warhammer 40,000 novel by Barrington J. Bayley. It was published in 1999. As the war-fleets of the Imperium prepare to launch themselves on a crusade into the very heart of Chaos, the scurrilous Rogue Trader Maynard Rugolo seeks power and riches on the fringe worlds of that most terrifyingly insane realm – the Eye of Terror! The novel follows the endeavors of Rogue Trader Maynard Rugolo who seeks power and riches on the fringe worlds of the Eye of Terror.

Following the 1987 initial release of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 wargame, set in a far future science fantasy universe, the company began publishing background literature that expands previous material, adds new material, and describes t. .

Following the 1987 initial release of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 wargame, set in a far future science fantasy universe, the company began publishing background literature that expands previous material, adds new material, and describes the universe, its characters, and its events in detail. Since 1997 the bulk of background literature has been published by the affiliated imprint Black Library.

As the Imperium's war-fleets launch a mission into the heart of Chaos, rogue trader Maynard Rugolo searches for wealth and power on the fringe worlds of the distant realm, until he encounters the devastating powers of Chaos.
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bass
For some reason I just wasn't enthralled by this story as I have been with other WH40K titles I've read. A number of things about this book didn't settle well with me. Deviating from some of the history and standards set up for the WH40K world is somewhat annoying but ultimately a minor complaint. My primary gripe has to do with Bayley's writing style. A number of times I found myself loosing interest and forgetting what I had just read half way through paragraphs. I blame this on the writing, with sentence structure and wording not flowing very smoothly, resulting in a broken feeling. This was somewhat surprising for me because Bayley is a fairly accomplished author. Maybe I had too-high expectations because of that. Regardless, this in addition to the many editorial mistakes, resulted in a much less-enjoyable read.

The story is made up of three separate storylines that all come together at the very end of the book. The primary one follows a rogue trader on his quest to find rare and valuable merchandise in worlds surrounding the Eye of Terror (some sort of gateway into the Warp). Another focuses on a couple of chaos daemons and their plans to attack the Empire. The third follows the somewhat crazy-seeming commander of a naval battlefleet who wishes for glory and plans an invasion of the Warp. These three complex storylines include a number of very interesting characters and places that should have lead to a very interesting read. Unfortunately, it seems Bayley bit off more than he could chew with so many different things going on at the same time that the end result is a confusion of highly unlikely events taking place all the same time and an ending that leaves you off right where you started. Bayley's view of the Emperor and his power contradicts that of other authors. Tech-adepts fixing mechanical problems of warp engines by simply painting archaic symbols and reciting prays to the Emperor just doesn't feel right. Also, his portrayal of the Empire as a rather weak and extremely bleak consortium is unappealing.

Maybe I'm a bit too harsh on this one, but IMHO its not really worth your effort.

Dog_Uoll
I just early today finished this book if I could give negative 15 stars I would, because of reading this I now know how drug addicts feel when they quit cold turkey, I was dead inside and hurt all over, anyone who finishes this book even though they hate it honestly deserves a big trophy or a small statue of themselves made, I have read bad books in my time but this is hands down the worst, I didnt give a damn what happened to ANY character, none of them interested me, this book felt like sections of 3 or 4 books thrown together, im pretty sure someone was paid off to allow this book to be published, characters were ended pathetically and NONE of there stories interested me, it was so bad I could have turned the page and found the rest of the novel completely blank and I would have just shrugged and moved onto to the other novels I have waiting to read, and some of the stuff in this so called book dont make any sense one of the character is visited by a Calidus Assassin who is completely nude, well what the hell was the point of that, the fact these assassins can only be given orders by the High Lords of Terra the guys right below THE EMPEROR should be enough to freak him out the assassin didnt need to be nude, and how another character was freaking about being visited by an assassin and oh look it JUST HAPPENS his next visitor was one, oh what "great" writing that was, please please please if you think of reading this dont, save yourself the sheer pain and agony of dragging yourself through this pure hopelessly unprofessional novel, save yourself the trouble and read the ingredients on a coke can its far more interesting, I look for better things in novels like good writing, well written action, characters that are fun to follow, I dont like a book JUST because its different, I hope this helps you decide to skip this utter purest garbage junk

Uleran
Eye of Terror is an older WH40K novel, and it's a type I'd like to see more of. EoT takes a neat look inside Chaos and the sheer weirdness of it. The Chaos liquor, well, it just fits with the mythos. Tzentech schemes within schemes, two planets locked in battle forever, the inability of Chaos to get along, the ordos of assassins, the quasi Rogue Trader, the look at Space Marines - really well done.

The wiki says this is set in the 32nd millenium - the book clearly says the 40th, but I wonder if this is an attempt to fit it in with the way it developed later.

Looks like the brief appearance of the Purples Stars is their only appearance.

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