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After a long and gruelling conflict, the traitors at last close upon Terra. But time is dwindling for an attack.

Both Guilliman and the Lion are returning with all haste, and their armies could turn the tide. The hosts of the Warmaster must unite, for only then can they attack the Throneworld itself. While Mortarion is sent on ahead as the fleet’s vanguard, it falls to Lorgar and Perturabo to marshal Fulgrim and Angron, both now elevated to daemonhood and perhaps beyond even the will of the Warmaster to command. But Horus lies wounded, and, as the greatest battle the galaxy has ever know looms, it is up to Maloghurst to hold his fractious Legion together and to wrench Horus himself from the edge of oblivion.

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Great book

As the traitors finally near Terra the pacing picks up again and John French proves his capabilities for combining biblical drama with awe inspiring action scenes that makes the horus heresy so addictive. Jonathan Keeble, as usual, even further elevates the story with his remarkable delivery that is in my opinion one of the best in the industry.

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Mediocre at best

The story never went into detail when there was ample opportunity to do so. Horus is betraying his father, his beliefs, his ideals, he is obviously stricken with grief. In parts caused by Russ‘ weapon in parts because he is about to take the final step towards Chaos. This could and should have been more detailed. Missed opportunities all around.