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    Audiobook 1 of the Dark Imperium trilogy. 

    The first phase of the Indomitus Crusade is over, and the conquering primarch, Roboute Guilliman, sets his sights on home. The hordes of his traitorous brother, Mortarion, march on Ultramar, and only Guilliman can hope to thwart their schemes with his Primaris Space Marine armies.

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    Experience the beginning of the Plague Wars, as the Imperium's lord regent fights to reclaim his home from the Death Guard and their daemonic allies. 

    The Story

    Fell times have come to the galaxy. Cadia has fallen, destroyed by the onslaught of Chaos. A Great Rift in the warp has opened, and from its depths spew daemons and the horrors of Old Night.

    But all hope is not lost… A hero, long absent, has returned, and with him comes the wrath of the Ultramarines reborn. Roboute Guilliman has arisen to lead the Imperium out of darkness on a crusade the likes of which has not been seen since the fabled days of the Emperor.

    But never before have the forces of Ruin amassed in such numbers, and nowhere is safe from despoliation. From the dreaded Scourge Stars come the hordes of the Plaguefather, Lord Nurgle, and their pustulent eye is fixed on Macragge. As the Indomitus Crusade rages on, Guilliman races to Ultramar and a confrontation with the Death Guard.

    Written by Guy Haley. Narrated by John Banks.

    ©2021 Games Workshop Limited (P)2021 Games Workshop Limited

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    • Brian Z.
    • 10/06/2021

    Not 40k.

    The Ultramarines are flawless and humble and perfect in every way. Boring, boring, boring.

    "We must return to battle for we are Ultramarines!"
    "Do not be too eager, battle brother. The primarch teaches caution."
    "You are right, battle brother. I am humbled by my error."
    "You show wisdom in admitting that error, brother."
    "Thank you, battle brother."

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    • Beau
    • 02/06/2021

    super expensive reprint

    Great work, money siphon. It's a money siphon. Rouboute Guilliman says some things. Nothing actually changed in this reprint, except maybe three or four paragraphs of absolutely soulless writing were included to reskin this cash grab.

    The goal is to separate the client from their money and you have done that.

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    • terry
    • 03/06/2021

    good but should of been free...

    ok so I love guys haley and john bank always doing an amazing job but my biggest thing is I own the first version of these book and people that do should have to buy the rewrite especially when there not a lot of change don't get me wrong the change are big but they're far and few

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    • Amazon-O
    • 02/06/2021

    Money Grab

    It was different, but not in a good way. I'd recommend the original one more, if its still available. (I also personally hate retcons)

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    • Richard Burgener
    • 29/06/2021

    Be patient with this one.

    Dark Imperium is an interesting book. However, its appeal is definitely in the realm of character psychology. For a 40k book, it isn't exactly action-packed. There are battle scenes, but I'd say it's main focus is the in the duty Roboute Guilliman has to the Imperium. It talks a lot about how he feels as a fish out of water in the 41st Millennium. You get some great details about the Primarchs and The Emperor.

    The thing that I got hung up on is this: 40k can be a bit schizophrenic when it comes to its tone, and nothing is more varying than the way the various writers treat the forces of Chaos. Mortarion features fairly heavily in this book. We got some great lore about The Death Lord in The Buried Dagger and The Lords of Silence. In these books, the fantasy was treated as gritty realism, almost like Game of Thrones or some other gray-morality fantasy tale. But other writers tend to depict the setting almost like an episode of Thundercats. The forces of Nurgle feel very cartoonish in this book, especially with the way the narrator delivers the lines. They feel more like a scene with Skeletor and his henchmen inside Snake Mountain, with their stilted dialog and absurd behavior. This is a real letdown after how well Mortarion was depicted in The Buried Dagger. This writer sees him more as a comic book character, more like the older 40k than the way the characters have matured the past few years. I wish Abnet had continued this depiction of Mortarion and not the cartoon version.

    And it doesn't matter that I've read two dozen 40k books at this point. The religious zealotry these fools show the Emperor continues to be nauseating. It's not poignant, it's not profound, it's just flat out obnoxious. All this bowing and scraping and praying is ludicrous. It's a chore getting through this crap in these books! I know that's a bit of the point, but it doesn't make it any easier to listen to.

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    • dimitri spencer
    • 02/06/2021

    Updated version, very good.

    I don't feel like typing out paragraphs, but if you want a look into Guilliman's mind while he comes to terms with what the IOM has become, this is a solid novel.

    I'm a bit biased, as I have pretty much exclusively read Guy Haley 40k novels, but my goodness is he a great author. I listened to the Dante Trilogy before starting this Trilogy, and while different, this series seems to be equivalent in quality and lore.

    There's a lot of setting up in this novel, but it leaves you wanting more, it doesn't feel like a cheap cliffhanger. I'm exited to continue the trilogy.

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    • Dustin
    • 04/06/2021

    Just as good as the first time!

    Love the set up and execution of the battles and story.. Especially nurgle’s entrance onto the garden planet!!

    My second time listening, this was my first 40K book and I’m now re-reading this to prepare for godblight!

    This trilogy really has everything you’d want as a reader, this is a must read!

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 22/09/2021

    Exposition read by a robot

    I was recommended this book as the bridge into current warhammer lore. Unfortunately it didn't make me want to look any deeper. The story has some ok moments and explanations, but the other 90% of the book is BAD. The combat is lackluster and forgettable, characters (mostly space marines) are unlikable robots, Guilliman just complains the entire book and does literally nothing, and the other half is the author feeling the need to over explain useless details about stuff like a chair. All of these weaknesses were compounded by the narrator having no emotion and one voice for everything, I honestly got lost in conversations because I couldn't tell who was supposed to be talking.
    Overall a slugfest to get through for a little bit of useful exposition.

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    • chris
    • 21/09/2021

    Great again.

    It’s just as good the second go around. If you want something to get you motivated to finally sit and paint, this book will do that. Wether you’re a follower of The Emperor (beloved by all), or if you’ve pledged loyalty to the dark gods, you’ll find some motivation here. Ave Imperator.

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    • Michael Newton
    • 19/09/2021

    Good enough story but sells vehicle for primaris marines

    Good enough story but they must of had a quota on how many times they had to talk about primaris marines.

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    • Juliano
    • 01/09/2021

    sehr spannendes Buch

    die Geschichte spielt in M41 und erzählt von guilliman der sich auf den Weg nach ultramar macht um sich gegen die Pläne deines Bruders zu Verteidigen. der Leser hat eine klare gut verständliche Stimme der meiner Meinung nach leicht gefolgt werden kann.

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