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The Buried Dagger

The Horus Heresy
Lu par : Jonathan Keeble
Série : The Horus Heresy, Volume 54
Durée : 12 h et 41 min
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The Horus Heresy Book 54

For long years, the Horus Heresy has ground on. Now, the Death Guard have been sent to begin the final battle. But Mortarion and his sons must face their gravest challenge first - for Nurgle has claimed them as his own, and he will not be denied....

After 54 books, the best-selling series is finally drawing to a close with a long-awaited story - the fall of the Death Guard into Nurgle's embrace as they make their way to start the Siege of Terra.

The skies darken over Terra as the final battle for the Throne looms ever closer.... As the Traitor primarchs muster to the Warmaster’s banner, it is Mortarion who is sent ahead as the vanguard of the Traitor forces. But as he and his warriors make way, they become lost in the warp and stricken by a terrible plague. Once thought of as unbreakable, the legendary Death Guard are brought to their knees. To save his Legion, Mortarion must strike a most terrible bargain that will damn his sons for eternity. Meanwhile, in the cloisters of Holy Terra, a plot is afoot to create sedition and carnage in advance of the Horus’ armies. Taking matters into his own hands, Malcador the Sigillite seeks to put a stop to any insurrection but discovers a plot that he will need all of his cunning and battle-craft to overcome.

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Interesting development of tge death guard

An interesting view into the origin of the death guard past and hesery time, with more lore about mortarion and typhon

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  • Dale Nelson
  • 26/03/2019

Loved it

Wish it focused a bit more on the carnage the Chimeric plague inflicted on the death guard but other than that it's a fantastic book!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20/03/2019

Conflicted in a good way.

I honestly am conflicted. the first 3 books of the entire serious are and always will be amazing. But I almost want to say this one was better then all others thus far.

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  • Stacey McGovern
  • 15/03/2019

Great book

It was everything that I hoped it would. be, and more. Great book. Loved it!

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  • snozek
  • 07/05/2019

way better than expected!

I am familiar with the author and his other books I'm also familiar with a Warhammer 40K universe.

this does not mean that all of their offerings are good. some of their books are mid-range or even not very good.

the books within the sub-series, The Horus Heresy, are generally of a higher quality.

this book is not only within the Horus heresy but also is one of the books close to its culmination.

although the cover character and his faction are not my favorites, the book unveils so much really useful information about the Horus Heresy that it is nearly invaluable.

the reader is excellent. Jonathan Keeble has repeatedly made himself one of the top possible black Library readers for their audiobooks.

although the author John French is usually known for his work with the 9th Legion, his work in this book was very good.

although this book very obviously deals with the Death Guard, the book less obviously deals with Malcador and his knights, this takes up nearly half of the novel.

I expected very little from this book, but derived a very great deal from it. I am very happy with the read.

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  • Andrew
  • 02/05/2019

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For the Emperor! I love this series, almost at an end. Warhammer is amazing, big fan

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  • JT
  • 29/04/2019

great overall

starting the last phase of the heresy and things all seem to be coming to a head and wrapping up well

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  • Anonymous User
  • 22/04/2019

Beautifully scattered

So many character’s visited without overwhelming the reader. I enjoyed visiting so many important individuals and seeing which paths they took during the twilight hours of the heresy.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13/04/2019

Buy this book; Grandfather Nurgle compels you!

A brilliant balance of noble knights and gross, smelly booger-people getting ready to kick each other's bums.

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  • Malone
  • 07/04/2019

a crescendo of character development!

I never expected to be so intrigued by and engages with Mortarion. There truly are no flat characters in the HH. 3 intertwined story lines shoe interesting parallels throughout. Very worth the read.

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  • Carlos Castaño
  • 07/04/2019

Not a fan of Mortarion's story arch, but OMG

Try not to start running like a crazy person on chapter 14. I mean it. The book goes from good to spectacular in one chapter and half. Totally worth it.