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    William King(Author)

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As the crusade reaches its apex, Lord Solar Macharius is drawn by a prophecy to the world of Demetrius in search of an ancient artefact - the Fist of Demetrius. Rumours and legends abound of the artefact's providence as a weapon of a primarch, the lords of the Horus Heresy. With it, Macharius believes his success and victory is assured but others crave this potent weapon, and the dark eldar will do anything to obtain it.

William King was born in Stranraer, Scotland, in 1959. He is the author of the Tyrion & Teclis trilogy and the Macharian Crusade, as well as the much-loved Gotrek & Felix series and the Space Wolf novels. His short stories have appeared in many magazines and compilations, including White Dwarf and Inferno. Bill currently lives in Prague.

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  • PDF | 320 pages
  • William King(Author)
  • The Black Library (23 May 2013)
  • English
  • 2
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By Mr. Duncan Macfarlane on 8 June 2014

    Like the first book in the series this is a well-written book with an interesting plot. Unlike many 40k books where Space Marines just wade through their opponents without a scratch it's focused on the much more human and vulnerable imperial guard. The mixture of alien enemies and internal imperial politics is quite interesting too. There is one part of the book describing a triumphal march which is quite dull and far too long, but the rest of the book is well paced.

  • By Luke McKenna on 28 February 2014

    Great book, classic 40k, has you gripped from the beginning and really cannot wait for the last one to come out

  • By WetherillMarine on 5 April 2016

    I have read better from William King, this novel was a bit of chore to get through

  • By Magda on 3 February 2017

    My son loves it

  • By Chris M. on 25 January 2016

    good read

  • By matthew fort on 26 August 2013

    fast delivery, book is very good differs from the first in many ways and portrays the xenos very well and the point of view of the guard in fighting them. twist at the end, not sure whether to be upset or find it very funny.

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