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As the darkness of the war slowly consumes the galaxy, those who still serve the Throne are faced with a struggle for their survival and the continued existence of everything they hold dear. With the threat of the Warmaster's fleet looming ever closer to Terra, it will fall to such heroes to halt the tide, but the enemies arrayed against them are powerful, and the burden of loyalty is great....
This Horus Heresy anthology contains six short stories, some of which are originally released as audio dramas, and by authors such as Dan Abnett, Aaron Dembski-Bowden, Gav Thorpe and John French. Also included are the novellas The Wolf King, by Chris Wraight, and Cybernetica, by Rob Sanders.
Contents:
Perpetual by Dan Abnett
The Binary Succession by David Annandale
Into Exile by Aaron Dembski-Bowden
Ordo Sinister by John French
The Heart of the Pharos by L J Goulding
Cybernetica by Rob Sanders
The Thirteenth Wolf by Gav Thorpe
The Wolf King by Chris Wraight
©2018 Games Workshop Limited (P)2018 Games Workshop Limited
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3 out of 5 stars
By Cerus on 05-16-18

A decent enough listen

This book is OK although I really am not overly fond of the books made up of multiple short stories. As in most you don't have enough time with the characters to become invested or even care about them.

The better stories tended to be the longer ones, focusing on already established characters such as Leman Russ but even these felt like they didn't have enough depth.

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