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Scars

The Horus Heresy, Book 28
Lu par : Jonathan Keeble
Série : The Horus Heresy, Volume 28
Durée : 13 h et 27 min
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Of all the Legiones Astartes, the White Scars of Jaghatai Khan remain the most enigmatic and elusive. Born of a civilisation that prizes honour, speed and fearsome loyalty, their allegiance has yet remained unclear even as the galaxy is torn apart by Horus' treachery, and both sides have apparently counted them among their potential allies in the war to come.

But when the Alpha Legion launch an unexplained and simultaneous attack against the White Scars and Space Wolves, the Khan must decide once and for all whether he will stand with the Emperor or the Warmaster...or neither.

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  • Nate
  • 14/03/2019

FOR THE KHAN !<br />

Really enjoyed this book, About time we got some white scars in the lore. Really enjoyed getting a peak at their lifestyles and their tactics. Book kept me in the entire story.

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  • Dan
  • 08/02/2019

Worth it!

Skillful writing, fantastic narration. The author does a great job conveying just how tense and confusing it was at this point in the Heresy. The White Scars Legion has heard whispers of treachery and the time has come to decide who’s side they’re on.

Tensions run high as they uncover frightening truths about the state of the Great Crusade.

This book is a winner, I would recommend this to any Heresy fan.

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  • Devin
  • 11/05/2020

Fantastic! Read after Buring of Prospero

I didn't expect to enjoy this book, but I loved it! White Scars never peaked my interest, I was missing out! Interesting characters and customs, giving a sense of the Legion while exploring the meta plot of the series. Fantastic!

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  • Shawn
  • 14/04/2020

One of the Best

As a Thosand Sons player this book shows the sode of Magnus I wish I could explain to my peers. Magnus's story is a tragic tale of doing good the wrong way. Being outcast by his father. Great book, now Im a fan of the white scars too.

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  • Neil Herron
  • 14/12/2019

Complex Relationships, excellent characters

Scars is a high point in the Horus Heresy series. The leader (Primarch) of the White Scars struggles with his place in the Imperium Man, as does his entire legion. Every member seems concerned with how the rest of humanity views them. Much as the Mongrols of actual history were considered brutal barbarians but in reality had a strong cultural system (in fact the first free public schools were created under Ghangis Khan) the White Scars are effective Warriors but strive to be measured and scholarly as well.

The legion learns of the destruction of Prospero by the true barbarian Space Wolfs at the same time they learn of Horus' betrayal. The book focuses on the legion and the Primarchs struggle to pick sides in the great war to come.

It really is a great dive into the world of the Horus Heresy. It might just be the best book of the series (so far).

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06/11/2019

The Great Khan!!

One of the better books in the series thus far! Well written and great storyline from beginning to end!!

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  • Alpharius77
  • 16/10/2019

Surprise

First thing I have learned truly of The Khan. Great book you won't be disappointed here.

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  • matt stringfellow
  • 11/09/2019

loved it

the start is kinda boring but later it gets to be a great book. can't wait to read more about the scars

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18/06/2019

The forgotten legion!

good to hear from the Kahn for a change.. you always forget about the white scars in the 40k universe.

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  • Skegg
  • 25/05/2019

Best one From Black Library so far

10 or so books into Horus. Going to try another from same Author. Good Tale