Tales of Heresy (The Horus Heresy Book 10)

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Contributors of the series include artists, audiobook narrators, and compilation or abridgement editors. Each may have contributed in stories that utilise different forms; where applicable, the number of (multiple) contributions per form– or other pertinent information– is indicated in parentheses. The Laurel of Defiance: With the Shadow Crusade scattered and Imperium Secundus on the rise, an Ultramarines Captain reflects on his nature on and off the battlefield, and what might have been had the Heresy not happened. When Horus the Warmaster rebelled against the Emperor, the ensuing civil war nearly destroyed the Imperium. War raged across the galaxy, pitting Astartes against their battle-brothers in a struggle where death was the only victor. TLDR: "After De'shea" and "The Last Church" are amazing; "Blood Games", "Wolf at the Door", and "Scions of the Storm" are okay; and "Call of the Lion" and "The Voice" are painfully bad.

Brotherhood of the Moon: On trail by his Legion, Torghun Khan must account for the events that lead him to the Lodges and the rebellion that nearly consumed the White Scars Legion. After Desh'ea: Though it doesn't measure up to the later World Eaters stories, it does a great job introducing Angron and Kharn to the Horus Heresy narrative apart from the Sons of Horus stories. Though everything in here is covered in Betrayer, and this story is skippable, it really helps walking through the situation in Kharn's shoes and seeing the events unfolding through his eyes. Flight of the Eisenstein by James Swallow". July 23, 2012. Archived from the original on May 2, 2013 . Retrieved October 5, 2012. Virtues of the Sons: Before the Heresy begins, a concerned Sanguinius organises educational duels for Captains Azkellon and Amit to understand the twin aspects of their nature, so that they will be ready for the coming trials of their Legion. Wolf at the Door (Short Story) by Mike Lee - 10/10 - Absolutely brilliant short story! Interesting characters, keeps you interested throughout and a great ending.Xmas 2011 Horus Heresy eBundle– Series authors. E‑book edition of the first 17Books in the series. One of several series bundles, this was offered as a "Christmas 2011 Special"– November 2011 [52]

Neil Roberts– Cover art, front matter illustration; main series artist (all titles except where cited otherwise) Baxter, Stephen (May–June 2003). "Freedom in An Owned World: Warhammer Fiction and the Interzone Generation". Vector ( onlineed.). British Science Fiction Association (229). ISSN 0505-0448. [ Vector online article id] 42. Archived from the original on February 16, 2012 . Retrieved October 6, 2012. Blood Games: One of Dan Abnett's weaker works, the main merit of it is that it gives insight to the Custodian Guard. The overall problem it has with it is that it is split into two story arcs, and neither is developed particularly well. Story works well enough, though Abnett's prose can get over-heavy at times. I do get the feeling he was trying to fill word count at times, which is not like him. The main draw is that it gives a bit of development to a character that will appear later in the Horus Heresy series. With the discovery of the lost primarch Angron came violence and confusion, and what should have been the defining moment of the War Hounds Legion instead became a humbling embarrassment. As their senior officers fall one by one to the rage of the newly freed gladiator-king, it seems that they are doomed – perhaps their last chance for redemption comes in the form of the Eighth Captain, Khârn. Will this calm and level-headed warrior be able to lead his father into the Emperor’s light, or will he join the rest of his Legion in death?Scholes, Sandra (March 6, 2013). "Horus Rising by Dan Abnett. Book review". britishfantasysociety.org. UK: British Fantasy Society. Archived from the original on March 8, 2013 . Retrieved March 12, 2013. I The Solar War • II The Lost and the Damned • III The First Wall • Sons of the Selenar • IV Saturnine • Fury of Magnus • V Mortis • VI Warhawk • VII Echoes of Eternity • Garro: Knight of Grey • VIII The End and the Death ( Volume I • Volume II • Volume III)



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