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  1. says:

    Edit Someone pointed out to me that there are readers start this series without knowing what Warhammer 40k is and that for such reader this review might contain spoilers So if you are completely unfamiliar with Warhammer 40k avoid this and reviews for this series in general editStill not sure if this book is better or worse than first one but it's still a bloody good fun Writing in this book is notch bellow first one So far I go

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    Interestingly I think the best uote to sum up the ualities of the second book of the Horus Heresy is this What lies beyond

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    I was there the day that Horus fell The opening trilogy of the Horus Heresy is still one of the best parts of the saga and re reading it after t

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    Well this was a major step down from the first book in the Horus Heresy series In Horus Rising Dan Abnett did his best to set up the psychology of the main characters in the saga making me think that Horus' monumental decisi

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    Of all the books on the Warhammer 40K universe the Horus Heresy series ranks among the best out there Book Two follows in t

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    I am again impressed by the depth and complexity of these novels and the themes being explored The first Horus Heresy novel dealt with irony and brotherhood while this one tackled deceit and secrets and most of all change Still a huge cast of characters still the sense of wonder technology and action seuences but this one left me with a knot in my stomach The knot is because in the course of just one book some characters that embodied and

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    Science and religion collide breaking friendships and brotherhoods alike This is a reread of the Horus Heresy series I've been slowly buying the Premium edition hardback books So given this I wanted to mention how beautiful the embossed cover is under the dust jack It portrays the image you can see on the cover picture Rather neat Black Library has also added four images per novel that pertain to a particular scene in th

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    Lots of filler 'n shit in this one but there was some fun action and it's hard to not have fun in a universe as motherfucking over the top as 40k's More to come if and when I feel like writing about 40k stuff which will probably be never because I already have an obscene backlog

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    Well shit that escalated fast I knew it was coming but Horus went from a likable hero to a first rate douche bag in a couple hundred pages All I have to say is Torgaddon better not die in the next book he's my favorite

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    I was there the day that Horus fellThe Great Crusade continues Warmaster Horus and his newly renamed Legion the Sons of Horus and the other member of 63rd expedition continues to lead the war to ensure the destiny of mankind to be the ruler of the galaxy The primarch is alone and without the guidance of the emperor the

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False Gods

The human Imperium stands at its height of glory thousands of worlds have been brou. Interestingly I think the best uote to sum up the ualities of the second book of the Horus Heresy is this What lies beyond that door asked Horus backing away from the silver portalTruths you will not want to see replied Sejanus and answers you will not want to hearThis book was absolutely spectacular False Gods is in my mind even better than its predecessor Horus Rising mostly because of its absolutely artistic description of the corruption and subversion of Horus and some of his main lieutenantsGraham McNeill does an impressive job as the architect of the fall of such a central character using eual doses of truth manipulation and prophecy I confess to be left in doubt as how strongly Horus initial motivation as portrayed in this book is actually uite justified and I believe leaving that up to the reader to figure out at least those of us who are relative novices to the Warhammer 40K universe was part of the authors intentionThese Warhammer 40K books get an undeservedly bad reputation So far the Horus Heresy series is a delightful wonder containing deep themes excellently crafted character development and an enticing overarching storyExcuse me while I m off to read

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Ght to heel by the conuering armies of mankind At the peak of his powers Warmaster. Of all the books on the Warhammer 40K universe the Horus Heresy series ranks among the best out there Book Two follows in the tour de force style of the first volume The infamous events of the fall of the Warmaster continues After the events of the first book and the corrupted evil sword was stolen by Erebus and caused a war between the Interrex and the Imperium The events surrounding Jubal the Space Marine that was possessed are causing people to begin to view the Emperor as a God The Divine Cult of the Emperor begins to formThis story has Horus and his Legion going back to Davin This is the world where the Sons of Horus established Imperial control But now the Imperial Commander Temba has rebelled The Sons of Horus are sent to deal with this unheard of treachery During the events of the battle Horus is wounded and his Astartes start to see creatures that are not xenos but actually daemonsThe rest of the story shows the level of the corruption spread throughout the Legions in the manner of the Lodges This series also shows just how instrumental Lorgar and the Word Bearers were in causing the fall of Horus I am curious as to how exactly Lorgar and Erebus fell to the Ruinous Powers But this tale shows how his corruption leads to Horus downfallA dark and amazing tale There are some great foreshadowing scenes here I won t spo9il them and they are subtle but if you have a good background with what happens then the future seems to be obvious This is a great story and just as good as the first volume in the series The world that could have been before the Heresy is obvious The Emperor s reaction to Magnus and some others who made the case for dealing with the Warp is puzzling In a way it is the Emperor s absence and possible hubris that sets into motion the events that lead to his Legions starting to doubt This allows the transfer of power at least in terms of adulation from the Emperor to the WarmasterExciting well written and covering a very interesting period of this 40K history If you are a fan or are just curious about the events of the Horus Heresy then you will love this book I did

Download ð eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ä Graham McNeill

Horus wields absolute control but can even he resist the corrupting whispers of Cha. Lots of filler n shit in this one but there was some fun action and it s hard to not have fun in a universe as motherfucking over the top as 40k s More to come if and when I feel like writing about 40k stuff which will probably be never because I already have an obscene backlog

  • Paperback
  • 416
  • False Gods
  • Graham McNeill
  • English
  • 06 July 2018
  • 9781844163700

About the Author: Graham McNeill

Hailing from Scotland Graham McNeill narrowly escaped a career in surveying to work for Games Workshop as a games designer He has a strong following with his novels Nightbringer Warriors of Ultramar Dead Sky Black Sun and Storm of Iron