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A Thousand Sons (The Horus Heresy) by Graham McNeill
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
As other readers have said, the HH series was beginning to lose its way slightly, but with A Thousand Sons its back on track big time ! Can't wait for the fall of Magnus the Red from the perspective of the Emperor and Leman Russ with Dan Abnett's Prospero Burns. One of the other reviewers has a slight reservation because the Thousand Sons' embracing of Chaos is not fully explained. I beg to differ. In this book we don't so much see the Thousand Sons embracing Chaos as having Chaos thrust upon them through the niaive and ultimately tragic meddlings of their own primarch. Graham McNeill gives us a deliciously proactive Chaos; the Lord of Change truly spinning intricate webs of deceipt to… Read more
Raven's Flight (The Horus Heresy) by Gav Thorpe
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A well set up and executed story was spoiled somewhat for me by the rather abrupt ending. I was taken by surprise when I discovered that the single CD was just 75 minutes long. A little more attention to drawing the threads together into a satisfying conslusion would have improved this item immensely.

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