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After Isstvan, after Deliverance, the Raven Guard still endure. Their primarch Corvus Corax has rallied countless warriors to his banner, striking back at the forces of the Warmaster on every front - from the degenerate hereteks of the Mechanicum to the cruel legionaries of the Sons of Horus, none shall escape his wrath. But although Corax has managed to stall the physical corruption of his own Space Marines, what of their spirit? And what sinister end must await those who dwell forever in the darkness?
This anthology contains all of Gav Thorpe's tales of the Raven Guard in the Horus Heresy - the novellas Soulforge and Ravenlord, and short stories The Shadowmasters, The Value of Fear and Raptor. Also included is the brand-new novella Weregeld, taking Corax's legend to its grim conclusion.
©2016 Games Workshop Limited (P)2016 Games Workshop Limited
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 11-28-17

Very Good

Intriguing and reflective. Showing a primarch, flaws and all. I loved it and was suitably morose at its bittersweet end.

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4 out of 5 stars
By C. A. Bailey on 04-07-18

Pretty good

The heroes tend to get out of sticky situations with ease, and some of the opposing forces could be much fleshed out, but the overall travel and ending of this story is very satisfying. 12 hours felt like far, far fewer.

The book seems to contain several stories, but as they all cover the same group of characters over a successive series of events the whole product holds together very well.

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