Rogue Star

Rogue Star Rogue trader patriarch Lucian Gerrit makes one last desperate deal to salvage his family s fortunes But when he throws in his lot with a corrupt Imperial commander he and his family soon find themsel

  • Title: Rogue Star
  • Author: Andy Hoare
  • ISBN: 9781844163755
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rogue trader patriarch Lucian Gerrit makes one last desperate deal to salvage his family s fortunes But when he throws in his lot with a corrupt Imperial commander, he and his family soon find themselves embroiled in a very dirty war indeed.

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    343 thoughts on “Rogue Star”

    1. I was looking forward to this book, because Rogue Traders are one of my favorite parts of the 40k universe - people who sail beyond the Imperium, discover lost and undiscovered worlds, and trade goods and blows with unknown civilizations, aliens, and all manner of colorful characters. I got a bit of that here, but not much. I'll start with what I did like - there were a lot of interesting descriptions of places and shipboard life. The places felt real, and well-described; the ships felt huge and [...]

    2. This is my second time reading this book, and I had remembered it being far better the first time around. That's not to say Hoare can't tell a good story, because he most certainly does. The dynamics between the three protagonists in this novel are entertaining to read, and they certainly add a certain level of tension and interest to the story. But overall, there is no character development at all. All the characters are the same people they were at the beginning. The family have not become clo [...]

    3. A brief but decent read, Rogue Star is a book set in the Warhammer 40K universe covering a snippet of adventure involving a Rogue Trader dynasty. For a book where pages are at a premium, there is a lot of putting on of clothes and pinning of medals. The better parts involve some wandering around on a couple of worlds in the Imperium's hinterlandat sort of thing. The best part of the book is at the end where there is some cool starship combat that really make it 3.5 stars, almost four. Honestly i [...]

    4. Not super well written (it FEELS like Hoare is a game designer rather than a novel writer - oftentimes people will approach parts of their ship's bridge, and we'll get intense detail about how things are situated, and what everyone is doing, rather than, say, something that moves the narrative forward), but a short, fun little romp about a family of rogue traders who get caught up in a political struggle near the Damocles Gulf at THAT point in history. This first book didn't wow me, but I'm defi [...]

    5. A fun read but not a lot gets done. The story follows a Rogue Trader and his two children who are at odds with one another as they try to strike a deal with a back water leader who may or may not be dealing with sinister forces. The warhammer 40,000 setting is dark and gritty and set up nicely. The main plot really never gets going till the end. It feels like the first act leading up to a big reveal that in turn is set up for several sequels.

    6. A desperate Rogue Trader gets involved in a civil war between two Imperial governors where both sides are being armed by the alien tau.The Rogue Trader is aided by his son and daughter, between whom there is considerable sibling rivalry.Several plot lines are left unresolved, setting the stage for sequels.

    7. A fun sci fi tale that doesn't really need any knowledge of he 'verse to enjoy. There are a couple of names of organisations and the like used that will obviously have more morning if you know Warhammer, but I'm sure that it would be enjoyable without knowing the setting.

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