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Holy warbringer of the Legio Metalica, the Imperator Titan Casus Belli has routed armies and levelled cities over 10,000 years of service in the name of the Machine God. 
As war engulfs the Dark Imperium, this mechanical god of battle arrives to destroy the renegade armies and tech-priests of Nicomedua. At the head of a battlegroup of Titans, Imperial Knights and skitarii, Casus Belli must defeat tainted war engines, Traitor Legionnares and armies of cultists. 
While apocalyptic battles rage across the planet, a no less deadly battle unfolds within the Titan itself, as Magos Exasus, leader of the Casus Belli’s Tech-guard, must find and defeat the enemy within before their insidious plans come to fruition.
©2017 Games Workshop Limited (P)2017 Games Workshop Limited
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1 out of 5 stars
By Iain Johnstone on 05-06-18

Jarring at best

Well this was painful. At best this would be an okay story on par with most of Gav Thorpe's other works but the whole "gender" pronoun usage feels forced and overused, along with the mechanicus noosphere being buchered and feeling like it had been written by a five year old. As soon as any mechanicus member entered the story all sense of immersion was lost.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Ruairidh M. on 05-18-18

Writer ever read the lore?

The writer ignored a major part of the lore that renders one of the main characters irrelevant if the book was placed in context with the warhammer 40k universe.

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