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Publisher's Summary

Of all the Legiones Astartes, the White Scars of Jaghatai Khan remain the most enigmatic and elusive. Born of a civilisation that prizes honour, speed and fearsome loyalty, their allegiance has yet remained unclear even as the galaxy is torn apart by Horus' treachery, and both sides have apparently counted them among their potential allies in the war to come.
But when the Alpha Legion launch an unexplained and simultaneous attack against the White Scars and Space Wolves, the Khan must decide once and for all whether he will stand with the Emperor or the Warmaster...or neither.
©2014 Games Workshop Limited (P)2014 Games Workshop Limited
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5 out of 5 stars
By Malone on 11-21-17

Long Over Due

Scars fans haven't had much love. But this fantastic book changes that. Immerse yourself in the Vth legion with this excellent performance!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Todd on 06-07-18

The White Scars have arrived

Fans who have been wanting to see a whole book dedicated to the Vth legion will find it here. The White Scars are on full display here, as is the Warhawk himself, their Primarch, Jaghatai Khan. As well as showing the culture of the legion, the book also has a lot of self reflection by the Primarch himself, giving us a great look into his mindset and personality. Other Primarchs make appearances as well. These short interactions between the Emperor’s sons flesh out their characters even more and are a welcome addition.

The main story follows the Scars as they wrap up their conquest of worlds in the Chondax system and seek to establish communication with the other legions. They know nothing of the Heresy due to being blinded by warp storms. When they begin to receive conflicting communiques from both loyalists and traitors, the Khan must figure out who is telling the truth, and ultimately choose a side.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 12-16-17

Amazingly Insightful.

An amazing insight into the most underrated Primarch and o.g Legion. The White Scars.

Excellent work by the narrator as well.

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