TitleFaith and Fire (Warhammer 40k)
AuthorJames Swallow
ImprintJames Swallow Ltd
Sales rank4.5


In the grim nightmare future of the 41st millennium, the witch hunting zealots of the the Sisters of Battle stand between humanity and damnation From the elite Seraphim warriors to the berserk Sisters Repentia, they are the strong arm of the Ecclesiarchy and the brutal hammer of witches When dangerous psychic heretic Torris Vaun escapes from her custody, Seraphim Miriya is disgraced in the eyes of her fellow sisters and superiors Following Vaun s trail to the planet Neva, Miriya takes her sisters in pursuit and, along with Hospitalier Sister Verity, starts her investigations When they uncover a terrifying plot that could threaten the future of the Imperium, is Miriya s and Verity s faith strong enough for them to triumph Read by Emma Gregory.



Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

I guess I m the only one who couldn t stomach this book I have to admit I did a little squee dance when I found out they finally wrote about the Sororitas However, when I sat down and read it, I almost tore the book in half Luckily I restrained myself and promptly returned it back to the library.My ... (Sign in to see more)


Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

I liked this book If you are a fan of 40K, particularly of the Sisters of Battle, then you should find it an enjoyable read If you didn t understand that last sentence, then stay away from this book You re going to be confused I m a sucker for the Sisters of Battle fluff , and so I am the target aud... (Sign in to see more)

David Dalton

Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

This could go easily to 4 1 2 stars, if not 5 But whatever the rating I enjoyed this book a lot I read it in paperback form, which is a big deal to me, as I have been a Kindle junkie for over 5 years now But I picked up this book for less than 5 and it was worth it to me to read it in PB.Lots of goo... (Sign in to see more)

Myke Edwards

Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

This was not as convoluted and dense as your typical 40K books I read this because it sounded interesting and hadn t been into 40K or Games Workshop for several years, and it was easy to pick up and get involved in However, I will say that a lot of these female characters most of the characters are ... (Sign in to see more)

Moishe the Beadle

Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

The pagan idolatry surrounding the God Emperor of Mankind from the Adeptus Ministorum makes Lorgar and his Word Bearers seem like agnostics.

Buzz Ryan

Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

I am the first to admit that I am a fanboy.I loved this work As with anything well done in the WH40K universe it is richly textured and I found myself strangely drawn to the passion of these warrior nuns, the Sororitas Adeptus Strangely as is this is so hot, and I shouldn t be thinking this Fanboy S... (Sign in to see more)


Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

This is a rare non omnibus 40k book for me, but I m a big fan of the Sisters of Battle, and this is the only book out there I ve read James Swallow s Blood Angels omnibus,and wasn t terribly impressed, so I went in to this one with lowered expectations, and was pleasantly surprised The Sister are de... (Sign in to see more)


Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

This is an AWESOME book to introduce the Sisters of the 40K universe We learn of unwavering faith and the costs that the sisters are willing to pay in service to both each other and the god emperor If you are a Novice to the 40K universe of books this is great place to get started.

Ted Henkle

Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

One of the popular factions among Warhammer 40K players, but sporadically supported by Games Workshop, are the Adepta Sororitas a.k.a Sisters of Battle , the actual military arm of the Ecclesiarchy.I stumbled across a copy of Faith and Fire at Half Price Books Fire certainly comes into play through... (Sign in to see more)


Faith and Fire (Warhammer 40k) By James Swallow

The world was entertaining to dive into, the side characters had interesting developments The main tension was pretty good, not astounding, but enough to keep me reading I enjoyed the intrigue, secrecy, and build of the story Each supporting character had their place in the story, and the villain dr... (Sign in to see more)

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