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    Graham McNeill(Author)

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On the planet of Molech, the Titan Legions go to war against the armies of Horus.
Once the favoured son of the Emperor of Mankind, the name of Horus has become a curse to the loyal defenders of the Imperium, and a rallying call to the traitor forces tearing across the galaxy. While their allies wage war on a thousand different fronts, the XVIth Legion descend upon the Knight World of Molech home to House Devine and their feudal levies, and a principal seat of Imperial military power. Just what could have drawn Horus to attack such a strongly defended planet, and what might he be willing to sacrifice to fulfill his own dark destiny?"

Graham McNeill has written more Horus Heresy novels than any other Black Library author! His canon of work includes Vengeful Spirit and his New York Times bestsellers A Thousand Sons and the novella The Reflection Crack d, which featured in The Primarchs anthology. Graham s Ultramarines series, featuring Captain Uriel Ventris, is now six novels long, and has close links to his Iron Warriors stories, the novel Storm of Iron being a perennial favourite with Black Library fans. He has also written a Mars trilogy, featuring the Adeptus Mechanicus. For Warhammer, he has written the Time of Legends trilogy The Legend of Sigmar, the second volume of which won the 2010 David Gemmell Legend Award.

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  • PDF | 544 pages
  • Graham McNeill(Author)
  • Games Workshop; 01 edition (20 Aug. 2014)
  • English
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  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By Paul redmonkey on 7 September 2014

    It is certainly good to see old Horus and his band of merry murderers and traitors take back the spotlight in the now seemingly endless stream of books that have been flooding out under this series moniker. And it is great to catch up with the Son's of Horus both current and former members in the aftermath of the great betrayal.But goodness me this is a half baked story at best, As is common with Graham Mcneill's stories you get a multi-layered novel with several core players stories being played out alongside each others all meeting in a final payoff. However in this case for the most part none of the seperate strands really add up to much making the final confrontation anti-climatic.The parts involving Horus and his men is strained, with battles and events ending in strange and unlikely ways like the book and the series was running out of ideas. The parts involving Loken make no sense whats so ever. As his story is so unlikely and frankly unbeleivable (even for sci-fi)The overiding immpression I got from this book was of a publisher trying to drain every drop out of a series, a kind of 'we don't want to wrap this up yet so just think of a story no matter how half-baked and lets get it out there'This is a shame as the two previous books in the series I felt were two of the strongest books that have come out in the last 2-ish years in the series and I thought perhaps the series may be turning a corner and starting to regain some momentum, however this combined with the next book 'The Damnation of Pythos' (which I read though pre-order, and is easily one of the most pointless books I have read in this series) suggest this ship and run aground.

  • By Mark on 14 September 2014

    Simply Brilliant, long may the story continue.

  • By G Wild on 5 June 2015

    Not being a Warhammer 40k savant, only having read the HH novels, i like these books to advance the story and give new concepts on the Primarchs and adeptus astartes.Few books in this series actually move the story along, and this only does so slightlyIt was good to see Horus back in the action. The auther, rightly, fleshes him out more and explains how he could go toe to toe with, not only Sanguinus, but the Emperor at the height of the battle of Terra. The space battle is well written and you actually feel the bad guys are better tactically rather then winning through brute force. Its good to have Loken back, but none of his exploits since Galaxy have been explained (I found out later that this is because they were in audio dramas! Which is fine but sell a book alongside the audio drama so some of us have a clue with whats been happening!!!).Why is Russ on Terra? Surely he would be held up by the Alpha Legion at Allaxes, which is why he couldnt be on Terra in the first place. The Wolves, as explained in Scars, were badly mauled by The Thousand Sons and the Alpha Legion, so would be in no shape to go up against arguably the most powerful legion of the Traitors. The answer being is that more books will come out to explain that, so more money for BLRuss, Mortarion and Fulgrims additions to the book was basically used to get as many Primarchs onto the page as possible, same as they did with Vulkan and Sanguinus in The Unremembered Empire (which i would give 4 stars).Overall 3 stars, but come on BL start moving along with the story and stop giving us filler books (and for the love of Emperor, stop chewing out books about Calth! or Istvaan survivors! Give us new material! One novel about the Blood Angels? How many for the Ultramarines, Sons of Horus, Word Bearers etc...)

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