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    A Warhammer Horror novel

    Three travellers are drawn to the Reverie, the wound in the world of the Angels Resplendent. Knight, poet, scholar, each will face their shadows amidst a deeper darkness.... 

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    Peter Fehervari's novels always have a rich vein of dark terror – now he's been unleashed in a Warhammer Horror novel that will take the sinister side of the 41st Millennium and turn it into nightmare fuel for you. 

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    Exalting war and art in harmony, the warrior-artisans of the Angels Resplendent have forged a radiant haven amidst a blighted galaxy. But an ancient sin stains their honour – a wound in their world that will never heal. Ignorant souls would call it a forest, but those who watch over it know better.

    Nothing natural grows in the Reverie’s snow-swept glades or wanders amongst the unnatural things that do, save for the intruders who trespass on its pain. Some seek revelation or redemption, others dream of winning a place amongst the Resplendent, but all come because they must.

    Three travellers are drawn into the conspiracy that wards the wound – a knight haunted by his lost humanity, an aging poet who refuses to go gently into the night and a scholar who yearns to redeem mankind. All must face their shadows in the Reverie, but only one shall gaze upon its heart, where a deeper darkness beats.

    Written by Peter Fehervari. Narrated by John Banks.

    ©2020 Games Workshop Limited (P)2020 Games Workshop Limited

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    • Quentin Westcott
    • 11/11/2020

    It has it's moments.

    Nothing gripping here. Fun to see a sub chapter of the Blood Angels, and the Reverie itself is interesting, but the events around it not so much. It just lacked anything to really pull you in. Very few true horror moments.

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    • WELSBERN
    • 05/04/2021

    Wow, A Multi Dimensional Mind F@@k

    This story has so many levels and will keep any agile mind totally occupied with figuring out its twists and turn. A great Horror addition.

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    • Andrew
    • 23/03/2021

    Another solid entry by Peter Fehervari

    I will start out by saying that Fehervari books aren’t for everyone they are a bit different from most 40K books. They have less action and a more in-depth look into the character and the metaphysics of the universe. All Peter's works are connected in what he calls the “Dark Coil”. The Reverie is an in-depth look on to the Angles Resplendent Chapter an interesting and unique Blood Angles successor, more interested in art and individuality than war. The characters are dealing with the titular Reverie a rift in reality that threatens the entire chapter. The horror in this book is not as overt as other horror stories this is more subtle and existential. If you like Peter Fehervari's other books you will like this one. I am glad to see him finally getting an audiobook of his works it makes them easy to understand.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 13/03/2021

    Resplendent

    What lies behind the veneer of enlightenment and artistic sophistication of Malpertuis? Three travellers make their way to the homeworld of the Angels Resplendent, all with their own motives and desirers. But no matter what one's intentions are all get tangled up in the Darkness that Coils around these seemingly enlightened sons of Sanguinius.

    I don't quite understand why some reviewers don't see the horror in this novel. It's unsettling, dark and knows how to create an atmosphere of hopelessness amid splendour. Not all horror is explicit, some is more subtle and multilayered. And Peter Fehervari is the best you'll find in this regard.

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    • Robert Martinez
    • 08/03/2021

    what was this even about?

    for a "scary " book, it sure was boring. boring and uselessly tedious to listen to. the same way that HP Lovecraft is tedious and wordy. the narrator was awesome though.

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    • Maxwell J Oss
    • 18/12/2020

    Great book not much horror

    Yes I do recommend this book especially if you like warhammer 40k. Not sure how this book qualifies as horror or terror. It’s a fun read overall and helps expand the universe of warhammer

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    • Ben
    • 20/11/2020

    10 hours of wasted potential

    When I saw, that there will be a Warhammer HORROR Audiobook with a Blood Angels Successor I was really excited - and also couldn't believe, that nobody has come up with one yet: I thought of all the potential that is burried within the whole Lore about the Blood Angel Geneseed and the little bits and pieces that are dropped in all sorts of codiecies. I imagined a story of a feudalworld, that slowly discovers that their angelic protectors are in fact hunting them at night and feeding of their blood, or of an company gone rogue - convinced, that they are superhuman predetors who are entitled to drinking the blood of normal humans... the untapped possibilities with this piece of 40k lore are endless.

    But what did the autor do? He basically produced a pale copy of the "Fulgrim" novel by Graham McNeil, that describes the fall of the artistic Emperors Children legion (and their human followers - even that bit was the same) into decadence.

    It's not even that I am sorry about the 10 hours i wasted on this, it's the 30 years of space-vampire Blood Angels potential, that was just ripe for the taking, that was wasted - at least, don't put it in the "Warhammer Horror"-line, if you're just doing a boring story about an unknown and unimaginative chapter because there was not a single moment in this book, that was remotely horror.

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    • BMS
    • 17/11/2020

    Cosmic Horror, but 40k

    An ambitious concept, a horror story with space marines, where the notoriously fearless astartes face a threat against which strength and weapons are of no use.
    Does it work? Actually, yes. But: this won't be to everyone's taste. It's very much about the Astartes, but it's not an epic action romp, more a character study about arrogance, hubris and art which feels positively lovecraftian at times. Combine that with a very flowery prose, and you get a unique experience.