Garro : The Horus Heresy

  • by James Swallow
  • Narrated by Toby Longworth
  • Series: The Horus Heresy
  • 12 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From out of the shadows of the Silent War, a hero emerges. Clad all in grey, an errant warrior of the Legiones Astartes kneels before the Regent of Terra, and accepts a solemn new duty - Battle-Captain Garro, once commander of the Eisenstein, now Agentia Primus of Malcador the Sigillite.
From the desolation of Isstvan to the halls of the Imperial Palace itself, he stands as a paragon of loyalty and protector of the innocent, ever ready to strike back at the traitorous allies of the Warmaster. But Garro is walking a path of his own, one that may lead him to question his own place in the Imperium...and what if he, too, should falter?
This audiobook contains James Swallow's complete saga of Nathaniel Garro in the Horus Heresy - the audio drama series is embellished and expanded in prose, with additional scenes to represent the author's original vision. This all serves as prelude to the events of the novella Vow of Faith, bringing Garro closer to his inescapable destiny as the first true martyr of the Lectitio Divinitatus.

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What the Critics Say

"Garro is not a collection of short stories - it's James Swallow's full novelisation of Nathaniel Garro's story arc, something we've previously only seen (in part) in the audio dramas and novella. There are new and extended scenes, whole new chapters in fact, making this just about the most definitive exploration of the founding of the Knights Errant, and everything that comes after...." (Laurie Goulding, The Horus Heresy series editor)

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perfect beyond words

one of the most powerful and epic stories in the HH series. James swallow definitely outdid himself with Garrow
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- david

enjoyable listen

I enjoy most titles from black library, and this one didn't fall to be enjoyable, I love the characters in this book.
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- christopher bombardier

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-02-2017
  • Publisher: Black Library