Series: Space Wolf

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Warhammer 40.000 - Blut von Asaheim: Ein Space-Wolves-Roman Band 1 by Chris Wraight
Space Wolf by William KingDecember 1999 - #1
Ragnar's Claw by William KingJuly 2000 - #2
Grey Hunter by William KingFebruary 2002 - #3
Wolfblade by William KingOctober 2003 - #4
Sons of Fenris by Lee LightnerJanuary 2007 - #5
Wolf's Honour by Lee LightnerMarch 2008 - #6
Thunder From Fenris by Nick KymeAudioDrama - December 2009
The Space Wolf Omnibus by William KingOmnibus 1-3
Space Wolf: The Second Omnibus by William KingOmnibus 4-6

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Series description

Plucked from his primitive tribe by a mysterious sorcerer, young Ragnar is
inducted into the ranks of the Space Wolves, superhuman Space Marines and noble defenders of humanity. Follow his progress up the ranks in William King’s Space Wolf series of sci-fi novels.

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