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    The Emperor is enraged. Primarch Magnus the Red of the Thousand Sons Legion has made a terrible mistake that endangers the very safety of Terra. With no other choice, the Emperor charges Leman Russ, Primarch of the Space Wolves, with the apprehension of his brother from the Thousand Sons home world of Prospero.

    This planet of sorcerers will not be easy to overcome, but Russ and his Space Wolves are not easily deterred. With wrath in his heart, Russ is determined to bring Magnus to justice and bring about the fall of Prospero.

    ©2011 Games Workshop Limited (P)2010 Games Workshop Limited
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    • Gesamt
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    Gets better and the title is missleading.

    I found the first half of the book to be quiet tedious and confusing. This is probably by design.
    The writing isn‘t on point sometimes either,
    I don’t know how many times i heard the words wet leopard growl.
    The end of the book was good and interessting though.

    The Book is titled Burning of Prospero but the War on Prospero is like 20-30min max of the last 40min of the book.

    It should be titled something like The Emperor’s Executioners or Vlka Fenryka: A Study of the VI Legion. Because the Book shows more of the Habits and Life of the Space Wolves and why they are what they are than anything else.

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    • Geschichte
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    (No spoilers) Amazingly written, but not necessary for the story arch

    Well deserved bestseller, no questions asked.

    The narrator is a bit to quick for my taste and the book is not really necessary, if you just want the hard facts and get to the point of the Siege of Terra or another point in the timeline.

    But if you want a great read with lots of lore for the Space Wolves, secrets, treachery and some marvellous insides into why which Primarch picked what side you should get it. It is worth it!

    1 Person fand das hilfreich

    • Gesamt
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    A great tale, skald!

    Dan Abnett brings another great novel. an interesting mix of intrigue and an insight into the culture of the sixth legion. Some readers might be thrown off that the titular burning of prospero. The only thing that really irked me was the incessant use of the phrase "wet leopard growl".

    • Gesamt
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    Misleading title but it’s one of my favorites

    A bit confusing and the title should have been a different one but I really like the book. It brings the Wolves in another perspective and I like the „tales“ style and how the VI. Legion works
    Really good narrator as well

    • Gesamt
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    Unusual but great part of the series

    Don‘t expect the same as before all over again, and you won‘t be disappointed at all:)

    • Gesamt
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    best HH-title

    would give 6/5:
    interesting protagonist to sympathize with; no gorefest like some of the other parts in the series; a nice amount of mysticism and allusion to real-time legends; a really convincing portrayal of Fenris (where there are no wolves) and her Vilka Fenrika

    • Gesamt
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    • Geschichte
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    Confusing Lore dump pretending to be a novel

    This is not a book you think it is, the Battle of Prospero only happens in the last 2 hrs or so. To the book’s credit, said ending is written well and brings the various plot threads to a decent conclusion.

    The rest of the narrative is a confusing jump between the protagonist’s past through flashbacks, Space Wolf battles and then we’re abruptly on Nikaea. It does not add much to the overall narrative and was difficult to follow the plot as it reads like a mix of a Remembrancer’s biography and vignettes about the legion.

    Lastly, the protagonist is a major weak point of the book. He becomes somewhat interesting in the last 1/3rd of the story but I don’t believe he adds much to it overall. The same themes could have been explored through the eyes of the Space Wolves themselves in a similar way to it’s counterpart ‘A Thousand Sons’.

    TL;DR - Don’t buy this book unless you’re a big Space Wolves fan. If you want to learn about the Burning of Prospero, just read “A Thousand Sons”.

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    A 40k novel I won't finish

    Look, I am a big fan of Abett's Work, Eisenhorn, Ravenor, Bequin, Gaunt, I read and loved them all. But here, I was asvertised a story about the Space Wolves and I have now been following the story of the human pov-character of this book (whom I do not find very interesting) for THREE HOURS, met like four Astartes who were sitting around playing board games. Three hours in, we are now sitting through a memory of the orphanage/school he grew up in and I could not care less. subjectively boring, objectively false advertisement, I quit.

    • Gesamt
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    Long windup to a great finale

    The story starts with a mix of perspectives and timelines and takes some time for the Space Wolves and all their peculiarities. But after that it accelerates into a gripping story of intrigue, suspense and twists with several memorable scenes.

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    Wrong titlet and boring Story

    I think the Book hast the Wrong title.
    its more about the life of the Space Wolfes.

    The Most time of the Story was rly boring for me and it was hard for me to Finish the Title.