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    Recalled from the Great Crusade after Ullanor, Rogal Dorn and the VIIth Legion were appointed as the Emperor's praetorians - but only after the Warmaster's treachery was revealed did the full extent of that sacred duty become apparent.

    Now, the Solar System comes under attack for the first time since the war began, and many of the seemingly impregnable defences wrought by the Imperial Fists prove inadequate. With all eyes fixed firmly upon this new threat beyond the gates of Terra, who in turn will protect Dorn from the enemy within?

    ©2016 Games Workshop Limited (P)2016 Games Workshop Limited
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    Great story and background to 2 legions

    Highly recommended to understand the nature of the imperial fists and alpha legion.
    Great story arc and characters !

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    The first part of the HH I did not enjoy.

    Lore inconsistencies, confusing writing and a story that could have been great but the book feels squeezed and rushed.