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From the back of the book:
Ragnar Blackmane is a legend of the Space Wolves, the youngest warrior ever to rise to command a Great Company. As he battles the forces of Abaddon the Despoiler on the war-ravaged world of Cadia, Ragnar remembers the events that brought him to this place and time, and relates two great sagas from his past, each bringing him into conflict with brother Space Marines from other Chapters, the secretive Dark Angels and savage Flesh Tearers. As these tales influence the events of the present, Ragnar comes to realise that his past actions have consequences.
Questions to ponder after reading Ragnar Blackmane:
- Did you like the book?
- Which parts stood out to you?
- What did you think of Ragnar overall?
- Why did Ragnar miss Razortongue most of all? Did you like him as a bard?
- How did you feel about the Flesh Tearers vs. Space Wolves?
- Why do you think it was important to settle old scores in this book?
- How does the Dark Angels subplot feel, knowing the Dark Angels recently attacked Fenris?
- We know Ragnar has become a Primaris. Where does he go from here?