Path Of The Outcast, Book By Gav Thorpe
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  • Path of the Outcast is the third and final book of the trilogy for the Eldars by Gav Thorpe, an amazing epic and at the same time almost poetic fantasy adventure , situated in a futuristic galaxy of board games Warhammer 40,000
  • Disappointed, the Eldar comes to an existential disappointment of life on Alaytok and the limitations that follow the different Paths suggested
  • I recommend this book wholeheartedly to fiction readers to indulge in this unique experience in a dark and distant future of the galaxy , where there is only war


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      Path of the Outcast” is the third and final book of the trilogy for the Eldars by Gav Thorpe, an amazing epic and at the same time almost poetic fantasy adventure , situated in a futuristic galaxy of board games Warhammer 40,000 . It appears as an ending to the story that began with the Path of the Warrior and continued with the Path of the Seer, but instead of being a direct continuation of these books gives a different perspective on the events occurring in them. After introducing us to Korlandril who from the vain Path of the Artist sank into the Path of the Warrior and the prophetess Tiriana, who saw the terrible future of her home world Alaytok in “Path of the Exile” Gav Thorpe meets us with Aradrian, confident and looking

      for the meaning of life Eldar whose choices turn out to have crucial meaning.

      After years of following the Path of the Dreamer, sinking deeper and deeper into the universe of his own consciousness Aradrian has left his world Alaytok and has traveled the galaxy on board a spacecraft. When he returned to his home world , he sadly discovered that his friends are not the same . Korlandril , with which once they shared dreams is lost in his own work and is excited only by sharing his creations with others and Tiriana became a poet who , on the contrary , keeps all works for herself . When Aradrian expresses dissatisfaction with the well made but soulless sculpture Korlandril the two old friends quarrel and then Tirith rejects Aradrian’s desire for a deeper connection

      than just friendship. Disappointed, the Eldar comes to an existential disappointment of life on Alaytok and the limitations that follow the different Paths suggested. Therefore Aradrian decides to become an outcast and flies off on board a spaceship in space.

      Countless miracles await the young traveler in the unknown galaxy. During his travels he finds new friends and beautiful lovers, he sees the harsh world of the Ekzodites and defends one of their planets from an orc invasion, falls in a luxury space city whose luxury and dekadens remind him of the glorious past of his people and he takes up the greatest risk by descending into the Eye of Terror , worlds inhabited by demons under the control of Slaanesh, the god of chaos, who almost destroyed the Eldars in the ancient past. The more ...


      • Path Of The Outcast, Book By Gav Thorpe
      he takes risks, the more intoxicated he becomes by the irresponsible living on the edge of death and and when finally Aradrian gets closer to his dark cousins ​​of the city of Comoros and becomes a corsair, the Eldar will launch a series of events that would eventually lead armies of th ehuman empire to his home planet. At the end, on Aradrian himself will depend whether Alaytok will survive and at what price , but even if the tension in the book does not leave the reader while flipping through the pages of this book, it is not the main thing.

      “Path of the Outcast” is remarkable , given the unique atmosphere that the author Gav Thorpe creates in a text that brings both hints of melancholy and grandeur in a dark and actually dying

      universe populated by bizarre creatures , from which the Eldar are the most impressive . The book makes a strong impression with amazing character development of Aradrian, his constant search for the meaning of life and freedom of existence , concepts that he eventually realizes are somewhat illusory. It’s amazing that so many details and nuances can be inserted in the narrative of a book that is ultimately written to adorn the world of board games, but the “Path of the Outcast”, and the entire trilogy for the Eldars of Gav Thorpe is a Fantasy, which in spirit and scale can only compare to Tolkien’s tales of Middle-earth. I recommend this book wholeheartedly to fiction readers to indulge in this unique experience in a dark and distant future of the galaxy , where there is only war.




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