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    From the battlefields of Phall and Isstvan to the haunted shadows of Terra itself - the greatest war in the history of mankind rages on.

    While the traitor Legions continue their campaign of terror across the galaxy, preparations are made for the defence of the Imperial Palace and the final, inevitable reckoning that must yet come between Horus and the Emperor....

    ©2012 Games Workshop Limited (P)2016 Games Workshop Limited

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    • Jason Heady
    • 22/09/2018

    A Horus Heresy series anthology

    There were a couple of short stories in this collection that I enjoyed very much, a couple of good stories, and a couple that just seemed to miss the mark for me.

    Prince of Crows was my favorite story in the anthology. It was also nice to have The Lightning Tower and The Dark King collected here. There are some elements in the stories that seem at times ambiguous and at other times to contradict or confuse the overall timeline of the series. Overall, the stories are still enjoyable.

    This anthology does seem to have a heavy leaning toward the Imperial Fists and Night Lords but the Raven Guard and Iron Warriors make respectable contributions in the stories. Most of these stories tie into other events and are almost background information for arcs appearing in many of the full novels.

    My least liked story was The Kaban Project which is an Adeptus Mechanicus story which ties into the novel Mechanicum.

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    • Nathan
    • 19/05/2022

    Almost Perfect

    This anthology collection is a standout among its peers, though not without is issues. The opening story , "The Crimson Fist" by John French is a bit of a chore to get through. The wooden dialogue and bizarre decision to flip between first and third-person perspectives make for a slow and jarring experience, but still manages to have its moments of quality during the more focused action sequences.

    Coming off the heels of a rocky start, Graham McNeil sets the pace for the rest of the collection with "Dark King", a window into the fractured mind of Konrad Kurze and the enmity between the Night Lords and the Imperial Fists, a theme that serves as a through-line for the rest of the collection (with some Raven Guard to taste).

    Dan Abnett and Gav Thorpe give a good showing with "The Lightning Tower" and "Raven's Flight" respectively. The former details Rogal Dorn's fortification of the Imperial Palace and further examines the rift between him and the Night Haunter, while the Latter sheds further light on the Plight of Corax and the Raven Guard on Istvaan V. After these, McNeil returns with a short prequel to his previous masterwork "Mechanicum" providing more on the origins of the Kaban Project for which it is named.

    Shadows of Treachery goes out with two absolute bangers by Graham McNeil and the legend himself, Aaron Dembski-Bowden. The first, "Death of a Silversmith" is an intimate and tragic tale told from the perspective of a dying Remembrancer recalling the life that led to his end. The main event however, is ADB's triumph of a novella "Prince of Crows".

    Bowden is well known for his fantastic work on the Night Lords and this is no exception. His portrayals of Sevatar and Kurze are positively dripping with personality and menace from start to finish. The use of dry and sinister humor to juxtapose the twisted brutality of the 8th Legion is brilliant and I cannot wait to continue their story in his later titles.

    Overall this entry into the Heresy is a wonderful pallette cleanser after the disappointment that was "Fear to Tread" and shows off some of the best talents in the Black Library arsenal.

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    • Hedrick
    • 10/08/2019

    another great addition

    just like all the other books, this one is amazing. hail the warmaster you scum

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 30/09/2022

    Pretty good

    Really enjoyed the final short story especially. I like it when an author can actively have me rooting for a bad guy.

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    • OValleyIT
    • 01/07/2022

    The Prince of Crows

    The last story would be worth it alone, overall it had some pretty good stories.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 25/05/2022

    Amazing

    For the most part... short story compilation’s have 1-3 worthwhile stories in this genre, in this book, EVERY stories will have you sitting on the edge of your seat, PLEASE DO NOT SKIP THIS BOOK

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    • CD
    • 27/03/2022

    Some hits, mostly misses

    I am happy to see more of the night lords in here, particularly sevatar. Beyond that there are some full Imperial Fist stories. If you've read Deliverance Lost, you get to see the lead up to the rescue of the Raven guard so that was pretty neat and then there's a kind of precursor to the founding of the lodge.

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    • Ogre
    • 08/12/2021

    this book is worth it just for Sevatar

    the rest of these stories are fine. but ADB rendition of the prince of crows is worth the money

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    • Tex
    • 21/11/2021

    Struggle Bus

    Man...This has been a struggle to finish. First Book in the series I just can't get into. The narrator is horrendous. Did he even read the book before recording?
    The stories are no better. Characters act differently then they had in previous books. Everything feels so rushed and unfinished.

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    • Casa
    • 09/11/2021

    Great set of stories

    I like all of the stories, though I felt like a few of the middle ones were to short. Until I realized how they all sort of meshed together and gave Illumination to previous books in the series. I specifically loved the last story with Sevatar, after listening to the Talos trilogy im so happy I got to hear something from his unique perspective

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    • Paul
    • 24/04/2022

    Ansammlung von Büchern, solle Band 17 sein

    Man sollte das Buch vor Band 18 lesen/ hören. Erklärt einige Hintergründe, grundsätzlich aber unnötig.