Crusade's End

Crusade's End PDF Epub Crusade S End Dan Abnett Ivogue.co.uk The First Horus Heresy OmnibusBefore He Fell To The Lure Of Chaos And Started A War That Plunged The Galaxy Into Darkness, Horus Was Mankind S Greatest Hero This Horus Heresy Omnibus Contains The Opening Trilogy Of The Series, Showing The Noble Warmaster S Descent Into Treachery And The Beginnings Of The Conflict That Would Ensure His Name Will Be Remembered For As Long As The Imperium Stands.It Was To Be The Dawn Of A Glorious New Age Following Countless Millennia Of Darkness And Strife, The Armies Of The Emperor Of Mankind Had Reconquered World After World In A Great Crusade, The Like Of Which The Galaxy Had Never Seen Having Established Themselves As The Most Powerful Military Force Ever To March Under A Single Banner, The Space Marine Legions Were Each Led By A God Like Primarch Those Apparently Immortal Sons Of The Emperor Himself Humanity Seemed Set To Rule The Stars Once And Then Came Horus The Noble Warmaster, And Reviled Arch Traitor For The First Time In The New York Times Bestselling Series, This Omnibus Returns To The Beginning Of The Horus Heresy And Shines New Light On The Events That Preceded It The Novels Horus Rising, False Gods And Galaxy In Flames Are Presented Alongside Additional Stories That Set The Stage For The Unimaginable Conflict Still To ComeThis Omnibus Edition ContainsHorus Risingby Dan AbnettFalse Godsby Graham McNeillGalaxy In Flamesby Ben CounterThe Wolf Of Ash And Fireby Graham McNeillLord Of The Red Sandsby Aaron Dembski Bowden

  • 3.1
  • 307
  • English
  • 21 March 2018
  • Paperback
  • 1024 pages
  • Crusade's End
  • Dan Abnett

10 thoughts on “Crusade's End

  1. Gianfranco Mancini says:

    The first Horus Heresy omnibus is an awesome read.But for the first short story, I ve already read and re read the other ones included here, but having all of them in the same volume and reading them again in chronological order was a fantastic experience.If you love military science fiction space opera, sword and bolter sagas and lovecraftian cosmic horror you really need to start reading the Horus Heresy, and this huge omnib...

  2. Eliran says:

    This was a wild ride of emotions I am still trying to process it all So, being a fan of Warhammer 40K I had known of the Horus Heresy and it s monumental importance for the setting If you follow any of the voluminous background history of 40K, you know how it will ultimately end you can compare this to watching SW Prequels and seeing Anakain s high moments but you know how hard he s gonna fall We see the Imperium of Man in it s glory days We see the Emperor of Mankind himself walk among the stars, leading his legions in the Great Crusade to conqueror the galaxy The bright optimism is initially ever present and you feel yourself pulled to the Imperium s victories and high moments But at the same time, you can t help but feel an ironic and hypocritical undertone what makes this so called Emperor have the right to conqueror numerous autonomous worlds Worlds that simply want to be left alone How many civilizations has the Emperor s legions eradicated only to place their vision of a bright future These questions the reader will wrestle with and ar...

  3. Kevin says:

    Even if you have never heard of the tabletop game Warhammer 40k, but only saw this book because it was a long series in the sci fi section, you are in for a great introduction.The writers, it s three short stories with three larger, begin to set the story of the God like Emperor of Mankind and his goal to conquer the galaxy He places his favored son Horus to continue as the Emperor returns to Earth.Crusades End has the first three books in the Horus Heresy series fo...

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