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    An Adepta Sororitas novel.

    In the wake of the war for Ophelia VII, Battle-Sister Evangeline of the Order of Our Martyred Lady embarks on a crusade into the darkness that lies beyond the Great Rift, seeking vengeance and revelation, but surviving the journey will only be the first and most simple test of her faith. 

    Listen to It Because: Delve into Imperium Nihilus with a tale of faith and fury that looks at the nature of the Adepta Sororitas and their place in the new Dark Imperium.  

    The Story: With the birth of the Cicatrix Maledictum the Imperium of Mankind suffers as never before. Conflict and corruption is rife on every front and precious little hope remains, save for those who hold to their faith when faced with destruction.... 

    Denied a martyr’s death during the battle for Ophelia VII, Sister Evangeline of the Order of Our Martyred Lady is blessed with a new and grave duty: to embark on a pilgrimage beyond the Great Rift to recover a precious and powerful artefact - the Shield of Saint Katherine. Accompanied by the enigmatic Inquisitor Ravara, who seeks her own closure in the veiled regions beyond the Rift, Evangeline must find a way to bear the weight of this unasked-for destiny if she and her Sisters are to succeed in restoring a fragment of light to this new dark Imperium. 

    Written by Rachel Harrison.

    ©2019 Games Workshop Limited (P)2019 Games Workshop Limited

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    a good story about the warrior nuns

    The story is written well, not only for Warhammer 40k standards. The narration is done by two speakers, which is a nice idea and works quite well, since most of the story is written from the perspective of two protagonists.
    I really like the sound of their voices, they suite well the image of the characters in my head. The only real issue, and I mean real issue for me was, the pronouncing of the speaker reading Evangeline. She used a very strange, sometimes unnerving style to read. As if she was over-acting. When she speaks in a more natural manner because the tempo of the story is somewhat faster, it's gone. So I'd assume it's just a habbit of her. Which is really sad, because otherwise the audio book would've been much more pleasant to listen to.
    But anyway, between the two of them a solid work.

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    • Ben
    • 04.05.2020

    Like a 12hour Mass, it needs faith to get through

    I bought this audiobook because I've listend to most Warhammer 40/30k audiobooks and I was curious what they make of the Sororitas.
    This was one of only a few books that I just couldn't finish. Therefore all of this concerns the first 8-9 hours of the book, because even after deleting and redownloading the book again for two times, because I just thought "I have to get through it, maybe it get's better in the end", I just had to capitulate.
    Eight hours of completely twodimensional charakters talking and traveling through space while absolutely nothing happens really sparks some churchlike feelings. Like when you where young and had to go to Mass and you just couldn't belive how somebody would really sit here listening for hours to somebody reading from a horribly boring book.