Friday, 21 March 2014

The Shape of the Hunt (Audio Drama Review)

As with the last book review this is posted in full on http://thefoundingfields.com/ and this is simply a preview. If you want to see it in full then please follow the link through to there.





If you have been listening to Black Library audio dramas for long enough, you'll know they ultimately fall into two categories: Brief introspective pieces on characters and certain events, or full bore bolter porn the likes books rarely see. Corax physically punching a Predator tank into submission for example. While The Shape of the Hunt certainly has its fair share of combat, it breaks away from this tradition, using the characters involved to instead give a surprisingly in-depth look at the White Scars chapter for an audio drama. 

Set in the aftermath of the Imperium's push to drive Commander Shadowsun's forces back into their domain, a Brotherhood of the Khan's sons race across the planet. Fighting their way through stragglers, ambushes and retreating enemy forces, Suljuq Khan and Stormseer Checheg have their sights set on one target: Shadowsun herself. Their task - to intercept the kill the tau commander before she can escape.

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