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Gaunt's Ghosts (Novel Series)

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Only In Death
===Only In Death===
ColonelOn the fortress-Commissar Gaunt and world Jago, Lord-General Van Voytz addresses the Tanith Firstpersonally. He 'asks' the Ghosts to secure an empty stronghold to the east of Elikon, the central Imperial bastion on the planet. It is clear from the start that Gaunt resents these orders. After six days of marching through Jago's desert-like terrain andenduring dust-Only finds themselves in a new warzonestorms, the Ghosts reach their objective: Hinzerhaus, dubbed the house at the end of the world. As they attempt to secure the fortress world of Jago, the Ghosts make numerous discoveries. Tasked with manning There is no water source on site, the objective maps that they have been given of Hinzerhausare inconsistent and incorrect, an old fortress and strange echoes fill the halls. Many of unknown origin<sup>11a</sup>the men become convinced that the place is haunted. The Tanith These findings only cause more issues when the Blood Pact attempt to storm Hinzerhaus, and tasked with holding the flank Ghosts are forced to mount a defence against any and all incursions by [[General]] [[Van Voytz]]a superior foe. Gaunt At the same time, strange apparitions begin to eat away at the courage and his morale of the men must face ghosts ... The title of the novel is part of an old Imperial proverb; only in the present as well as those death does duty end. The beginning of each chapter opens with an extract from their pastCommissar Viktor Hark's field journal, which is written in a font which resembles handwriting. This style changes slightly at points when Nahum Ludd scribes on Hark's behalf.
==The Victory==

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