[Ebook] Temple of the Serpent (Warhammer: Thanquol & Boneripper, #2) By C.L. Werner – Techotechies.us

Temple of the Serpent (Warhammer: Thanquol & Boneripper, #2) Skaven Grey Seer Thanquol Travels To The Jungle Island Of Lustria The Cunning Wizard Seeks An Artefact To Cement His Power In The Halls Of Skavenblight, Undercity Of The Rat Men

[Ebook] Temple of the Serpent (Warhammer: Thanquol & Boneripper, #2)  By C.L. Werner – Techotechies.us
  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Temple of the Serpent (Warhammer: Thanquol & Boneripper, #2)
  • C.L. Werner
  • English
  • 17 January 2018
  • 1844168735

10 thoughts on “Temple of the Serpent (Warhammer: Thanquol & Boneripper, #2)


  1. says:

    Thanquol and his rat ogre Boneripper return in Temple of the Serpent , the sequel to Grey Seer Although this is the second entry in C L Werner s Thanquol Boneripper saga, it is not necessary for you to read them in order, as each novel is pretty much self contained.After his failure in Grey Seer , Thanquol returns to Skavenblight and faces the Council of Thirteen Needless to say, they rat lords are far from pleased And for Thanquol to make up for his latest fiasco, he is ordered t Thanquol and his rat ogre Boneripper return in Temple of the Serpent , the sequel to Grey Seer Although this is the second entry in C L Werner s Thanquol Boneripper saga, it is not necessary for you to read them in order, as each novel is pretty much self contained.After his failure in Grey Seer , Thanquol returns to Skavenblight and faces the Council of Thirteen Needless to say, they rat lords are far from pleased And for Thanquol to make up for his latest fiasco, he is ordered to travel to the distant lizardmen inhabited ...


  2. says:

    Grey Seer Thanquol returns to the world that was, and is sent to Lustria by the Council of Thirteen to kill a Skink Priest Prophet.A great story, with all the swashbuckling heroics, and under world cowardice one would expect from a Warham...


  3. says:

    thanquol continues to be one of the most hilarious foils in warhammer such a goober, everything he does backfires.


  4. says:

    The very first impression I got after finished reading this was Wow, I think this is what they called minimum filler on the story All of the pages was not wasted on something without use or purpose.All three point of view kept making me curious troughout the storyline The human confusion when they re dragge...


  5. says:

    Being the most powerful and most beloved of all the children of the Horned Rat Thanquol should probably have an easy life, right Obviously not.Being sent to the steaming jungles of far away Lustria, where the life expectancy of Skaven are not very long would probably be bad enough Being sent there, escorted by assassins, who probably want him dead doesn t mak...


  6. says:

    Another light jaunt with a comical character through the dark world of the warhammer universe This one struck a better chord with me than the first Again the story is split from the titles main character but it feelsappropriate and enjoyable than shoe horned in While the novel does drag a bit the ending makes it all worthwhile Also you have to applaud the author s descriptions While obviously these books are built upon the tabletop game it is often difficult to visualize the character Another light jaunt with a comical character through the dark world of the warhammer universe This one struck a better chord with me than the first Again the story is split from the titles main character but it feelsappropriate and enjoyable than shoe horned in While the novel does drag a bit the ending makes it all worthwhile Also you have to applaud the author s descriptions While obviously these...


  7. says:

    Thanquol escapes from the wrath of the Slann.


  8. says:

    So so fantasy novel, but fun to read one where the lead character is a snivelling, manipulative coward.


  9. says:

    A lot of fun to read I am now a fan of the Skaven.

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