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Fear to Tread

The Horus Heresy, Book 21
Autor: James Swallow
Sprecher: Gareth Armstrong
Serie: The Horus Heresy, Titel 21
Spieldauer: 15 Std. und 56 Min.
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Since the earliest days of the Great Crusade, Sanguinius - angelic primarch of the IXth Legion - was ever among the closest and most loyal of Horus' brothers. But the Blood Angels have long kept their true nature hidden from the rest of the Imperium, and when the Warmaster hints that the key to their salvation may lie in the ruins of a conquered world, the sons of Sanguinius race to claim it.

Now, as the revelation of their betrayal dawns and the traitors' hand is revealed, the Blood Angels must face all the warp-spawned armies of Chaos, as well their own personal daemons, upon the blasted plains of Signus Prime....

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A Must Listen for Fans

Mild spoilers ahead:

As Always a great Voice reading it.
And as Always more depth for the Marines and Primarchs we know.

A battle that is fought with Bolter and carmine Blade.
A Battle fought with psiker and psychology
Betrayals good and bad.

And as is fitting for a Tale of Angels and Daemons: a battle fought on the Plane of the soul, the heart and the very character.

It might not be one of the Best Heresy Novels, but it is definitely a great one - for its ambitious task alone.

It only falls short with some of the characterisations and the shift from interpersonal to mythological drama... here its gears grind but to me at least deliberately enough to convey the feelings of the characters thrown into hell to defend themselves.

And only looking back I realised how different the first Half turned out compared to the second.

In the end no one can say he won. And if... only a pyrrhic victory, payed for in Blood, Faith and Ideals, all now spent, leaving everyone compromised.

Biggest Plus gets the Epilogue - for a punishment long time coming.

Next stop: The Unremembered Empire...