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  • Author:
    Graham McNeill
  • ISBN:
    1849703582
  • ISBN13:
    978-1849703581
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  • Publisher:
    Games Workshop; Reprint edition (January 29, 2013)
  • Pages:
    416 pages
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    Science Fiction
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Hailing from Scotland, Graham McNeill worked for over six years as a Games Developer in Games Workshop's Design Studio before taking the plunge to become a full-time writer.

Hailing from Scotland, Graham McNeill worked for over six years as a Games Developer in Games Workshop's Design Studio before taking the plunge to become a full-time writer. He's written a host of SF and Fantasy novels and comics. His Horus Heresy novel, A Thousand Sons, was a New York Times bestseller and his Time of Legends novel, Empire, won the 2010 David Gemmell Legend Award. Graham lives and works in Nottingham. Series: Horus Heresy (Book 23). Graham's written a host of SF and Fantasy novels and comics, as well as a number of side projects that keep him busy and (mostly) out of trouble.

Book One: Terra Figula. And I assure you, my children, it will not be long before your domain has become a place of insanity as the Angel Exterminatus sends his consorts, daemons in human flesh, to kill and maim. All shall suffer at the hands of this avatar of debauchery, and from its heart shall be loosed countless numbers of daemons, for the gates of damnation are opening wide.

Angel Exterminatus book. Perturabo – master of siegecraft, and executioner of Olympia  . The books are penned by multiple authors, and all of the books are connected by larger events and characters but not all are necessarily sequential. It's a truly impressive collaboration. It's been ten years since Black Library began publishing the Horus Heresy and a lot has happened since the opening trilogy.

Angel Exterminatus is the 23rd novel in the Horus Heresy Series, written by Graham McNeill. It was later included in "The Novels: Volume 5" eBook collection.

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Redirected from Angel Exterminatus). The Horus Heresy is an ongoing series of science fantasy set in the fictional Warhammer 40,000 setting of tabletop miniatures wargame company Games Workshop. Penned by several authors, the series takes place during the Horus Heresy, a fictional galaxy-spanning civil war occurring 10,000 years prior to the far future of Warhammer 40,000.

The Horus Heresy Novels. Book 23: Angel Exterminatus. A Horus Heresy novel. READ IT BECAUSE It introduces Perturabo, primarch of the Iron Warriors, into the Horus Heresy, and follows Fulgrim on the next step of his extraordinary journey eBook.

Angel Exterminatus is the twenty-third volume in the Horus Heresy series of novels. Angel Exterminatus follows the Primarch of the Iron Warriors, Perturabo – master of siegecraft, and the Executioner of Olympia

Angel Exterminatus is the twenty-third volume in the Horus Heresy series of novels. Angel Exterminatus follows the Primarch of the Iron Warriors, Perturabo – master of siegecraft, and the Executioner of Olympia. Long has he lived in the shadow of his more favoured Primarch brothers, frustrated by the mundane and ignominious duties which regularly fall to his Legion

The latest title in Black Library's premium line.Perturabo – master of siegecraft, and executioner of Olympia. Long has he lived in the shadow of his more favoured primarch brothers, frustrated by the mundane and ignominious duties which regularly fall to his Legion. When Fulgrim offers him the chance to lead an expedition in search of an ancient and destructive xenos weapon, the Iron Warriors and the Emperor’s Children unite and venture deep into the heart of the great warp-rift known only as ‘the Eye’. Pursued by a ragged band of survivors from Isstvan V and the revenants of a dead eldar world, they must work quickly if they are to unleash the devastating power of the Angel Exterminatus!

Rocksmith
I picked this up in hopes that we'd start to see more of the other legions during the Horus Heresy. This did bring some light to the Iron Warriors and Perturabo, but it didn't bring enough in my opinion. Don't get me wrong I really enjoyed this story and actually enjoyed reading about the Emperors Children(I had to force myself to read Fulgrim, I disliked that book that much).

The main plot is the drive for Fulgrim to get Perturabo to assist in breaking into an alien fortress world with the Angel Exterminatus weapon. The weapon is supposedly so powerful that it will make the loyalist Legions give up and end the war declaring Horus as the victor. The story flows well(as does most of Graham McNeils books) and shows his love for the Iron Warriors. There are a few loyalists running around and FINALLY they actually make an account for themselves. Before if it was Loyalist Vs Chaos marines, Chaos would always win it seems. This seems to change in this book and it's nice to see that the once one sided battles are given equal footing finally.

The plot is ripe with betrayal and attempts to stab each other in the back and some of the major characters from the Chaos world make appearances. The end of the book does leave a little to be desired but I'm just happy to see that after the stagnation the Horus Heresy books were seeming to experience we've seen a break now and hopefully it'll start moving the story forward.

Now if we could only get us some Night Lords, Death Guards, and Alpha Legion love.
Moronydit
After this book, Perturabo became my new favorite primarch. This book was very well written. McNeil showed off his unique writing skills: smooth flowing with in depth story telling and character portrayal. Hope the Black Library doesn't change Perturabo's character & really, really hope they follow up with him and the Iron Warriors. Black Library has a few Iron Warrior titles, but needs much more. Angel Exterminatus is a gem in the Horus Heresy series, though, like most offered, I'm not a fan of the title. I actually thought it was about Blood Angel exterminatus or somthin', definitely not that. Great read nonetheless, Perturabo is the new Horus.
JoJoshura
If for nothing else, you have to get this for Fulgrim. If you like Fulgrim, and I do, you need to see the end of the story.

I've never read a lot about Perturabo, so interested to see him in a main role. I didn't leave this with a huge care one way or other for him, but still worth the read. Poor Iron Warriors.
Najinn
Well the plot wasnt really bad at all. Nice development of the Iron Warriors and their primarch. I think there were some ideas inserted into the book that didnt really go anywhere. Note, I would suggest you read the previous book "Fulgrim" first as it will give you some insight into the Primarch Fulgrims behavior in this book.
Vizil
As we can see the pieces are falling together for the Horus Heresy plotline. Following Betrayer in context and Reflection Crack'd in plot, The conclusion given (maybe) to the Emperor's Children storyline was exactly where I'd expect Fulgrim to go, and the same for Pertuabo. While his personality was a bit of a let down, it did make sense concerning where he was going to end up in another 200 years or so depending on warp tides. And for those who wanted to see Fulgrim get punched in the face, they made me happy...Twice.
Risky Strong Dromedary
I was a little worried that this might be a HH novel that really doesn't fit with the larger Heresy narrative (meaning an alright story but no bearing on the larger events of the 40K universe). I couldn't have been more wrong--this book was just all around great. The story does a great job of providing some background on the Iron Warriors (who I feel have been somewhat overlooked) and also, somewhat surprisingly, on the continued rot of Fulgrim and the Emperor's Children. The story read great and I couldn't put it down. The only thing that was strange was that the book was physically larger than any of my other HH novels. I mean the book was the same physical size as the Space Marine Battles series (maybe 10x7 inches?). Anyhow, it looks weird next to all the other Heresy novels. Still--its a great read!
Ballagar
One of the better Horus Heresey Books Available. Fulgrim is a wicked bastard in this one and you also get to see Peturbo as a sympathetic character.
With this novel I gained some respect for Perturabo and the Iron Warriors and was appalled with Fulgrim and the Emperor's Children. Another great novel from Graham McNeill!