Starcraft has ratings and 24 reviews. Joe said: Arcturus Mengsk is a 2nd-tier villain in the world of Starcraft; a series of popular video-games. Men. StarCraft: I, Mengsk (Blizzard Legends) Sixty-thousand light-years from Earth, the corrupt Terran Confederacy holds the Koprulu sector tightly in its tyrannical. On the Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty soundtrack is a track called “I, Mengsk.” Within is a tenor duet that is apparently an homage to the Brood.
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Adams rated it liked it. Mejgsk for those interested in eternal human conflicts, taking place in the Starcraft universe, I would highly recommend this novel.
I, Mengsk by Graham McNeill – Book Review [Eroldren] « Book Reviews « The Founding Fields
Danny Wetzstein rated it really liked it Sep 18, Arcturus Mengsk—genius, propagandist, tactician, and freedom fighter. Jul 09, Matthew Edrich rated it liked it. In regards of characters, everybody in the original games, StarCraft and Brood Warhas some sort of distinctive appeal about them whether they be the enigmatic alien Protoss or their ravenous kindred, the Zerg Swarm or those Terran castaways caught-up mehgsk in between. It’s a story of growing and learning and making mistakes, as well as the legacy of family, and it was interesting to see where all that is Mengsk actually came from — and what it led to.
Jan 11, Richard Davis rated it it was amazing. But the problem isn’t so much the familiarity of the story, but its insignificance. Feb 12, Kay Solo rated it it was amazing. Hailing from Scotland, Graham McNeill narrowly escaped a career in surveying to work for Games Workshop as a games designer. Sep 15, Kevin rated it it was amazing. Honestly, I have preservation about computer game novelizations, as far as their literary execution concerned, but this book was a pleasant exception.
The best of the Starcraft books. Eroldren, a SFF follower of both tie-in media and original works, enjoys rereading books frequently.
Dec 19, Jingjing Chen rated it it was amazing. This is one that will stay with me. I tried to read mengsl all, to be interested in what was written, but no chance.
Arcturus Mengsk fe Arcturus Mengsk is a 2nd-tier villain in the world of Starcraft ; a series of popular video-games.
But that’s where my praise ends. I really liked the story.
The time skips were handled with some measure of skill, which was refreshing. Mar 22, Joe rated it it was ok. Gamers interested in story of Starcraft. Most of the dialogue is painful to read, especially when you add the in-game southern drawl to it. With us being barely three months away from the release date of StarCraft II: Besides, it was something to help me ease out the long years of waiting for the release date of StarCraft II: The story of Acturus Mengsk upbringing has really brought much light and development of his character.
Besides, it was something to help me ease out the long years of waiting for the release date of StarCraft II: Im also more keen to see how they develop his son’s character Valerian from here and through the upcoming sequels to the game. Gujulla Rahul rated it really liked it Feb 22, You can follow the growth of an anti-hero, the clash of different generations and personalities, the loss of loved ones and the fight against the ever corrupt Confederacy.
If the point of a back-story is to explain how a character got to where they are, this does the job.
Starcraft: I, Mengsk
Aug 08, Jason Law added it. Mar 21, Magyarvandor rated it really liked it.
This is a must read for all Starcraft fans. Oct 17, Eroldren rated it it was amazing Shelves: It added much more depth to kengsk, but nothing was surprising if you know anything about the m I wasn’t sure what to expect going into this, but it was fantastic. Before Arcturus grew to manhood, his father, Angus Mengsk, also defied the Confederacy and sought to end its brutal reign.
Jul 25, Debbie rated it liked it Recommends it for: And mengak the while he displays the kind of bravado, calculation and restlessness you’d expect from a megalomaniac-in-training.
Starcraft: I, Mengsk by Graham McNeill
A surprisingly-compelling and deep portrayal of the old adage “like father, like son”, McNeil’s chronicle of the grand enemy of Blizzard’s universe is a page-turner. Who, that is a teenage boy today hasn’t heard of starcraft, anyone? There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
A very well written novel depicting the rise of the future Emperor of the Terran Dominion. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This was fantastically written through and through, consistent, well paced, and emotional to the very last page. It has some of the deepest character developments of all among the Starcraft books I have read.