The masters of the Doom Eagles Space Marines Chapter descend upon the world of Tranzia to honour a batch of new recruits who will lead the Chapter into the next generation. As they make planetfall, the world rises up against them in a rebellion organised by the alien Tau. But something else lurks behind the xenos, a horror that has haunted the Imperium since its very beginnings. The Doom Eagles and their Adepta Sororitas allies are thrust into a race against time to discover the true architect of the Tranzia Rebellion before the entire world is consumed by darkness.
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- Amazon Kunde
Gute Geschichte mit Mogelpackung
Das Hörbuch besteht aus einer Aneinanderreihung mehrerer einzelner Episoden, die jeweils durch dasselbe Intro und Outro voneinander abgegrenzt sind. Die ständige Wiederholung der Intros und Outros ist ab dem zweiten Mal nervig und spätestens ab dem dritten Mal unerträglich. Gleichzeitig steigt die Gesamtlänge damit um ca. 20-25 (sinnlose) Minuten an. Die Story an sich ist eigentlich gar nicht schlecht, krankt aber daran, dass sie ständig durch diese In- und Outros auseinander gerissen wird. Auch das Fehlen eines Erzählers, der einen Zusammenhang hätte herstellen können, macht sich hier störend bemerkbar. Die einzelnen Sprecher machen ihre Sache - wie üblich - sehr gut und reißen das Gesamtpaket noch etwas raus. Fazit: Keine Kaufempfehlung, da gibt's klar bessere Stücke.
- Patrick A. Meier
Episodic format deters from the epxerience
I felt pestered by the constant intro & outro for every episode (that were from 5 - 10 minutes long). This makes listening to the whole audio drama a bit of a chore (I listen to audio books during workouts and long trips) as the action is constantly interrupted by said intro / outro. This also give kind of a sense of being mislead about the runtime of the whole audio drama as playing intro / outro every time pads the overall playtime. It would have been better to edit the audio book so each episode corresponds to a chapter (and not all 13 stuffed into 1) and list all the contributers at the end as is common with other audio books I listened to. If necessary just mention the writer of the episode at the beginng but not the whole cast for that specific episode (that does not change that much from ep to ep).
I did like the sound effects though, you had the feels of being in the middle of a battlefield .(especially funny during workouts, when running ;-))
The voices of some characters was a tad too similar which made it kind of hard to keep up with who is talking right now (the context helped but I should have to figure it out from the context all the time). Overall the cast did a great job of sounding like burly angry space marines even though it sounded a little fake some times. I have some preconceptions how sisters of battle are supposed to sound like due to having played the Dawn of War games (way too much) but I guess the cast did a decent job.
Due to the aforementioned episodic format I felt like not much happened. It was typical Warhammer 40k though. Stuff goes awry, lots of pew pew, some infiltration and a big reveal at the end (which came a little too late I would presume, also you would have to know more about the specific character to really go 'Oooh it's that guy!')
I think the whole story suffered due to almost every episode being written by someone else thus a jarred experience.