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  • Author:
    Christian Dunn
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    184970208X
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    978-1849702089
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    Games Workshop (May 29, 2012)
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Horus Heresy anthology featuring the Primarchs of the Emperor Created in the Emperor’s own image. I must begin by disclosing that I have all the Horus Heresy novels. I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every one of them.

Horus Heresy anthology featuring the Primarchs of the Emperor Created in the Emperor’s own image. I enjoyed it every bit as much as the others because the authors of these novels are very familiar to me. It's kind of like having a conversation with an old friend over a hot cup of joe.

The Horus Heresy: Primarchs is a collection of novellas created by some of the Black Library's best-known authors and artists. It chronicles the histories of the 18 Primarchs both before, during and directly after the Great Crusade and the Horus Heresy. The series began publication in May 2016, starting with Roboute Guilliman. The series is projected to last for 4 years.

Christian Dunn – Novel abridgement (3); mixed-form compilation, novella compilation, short story compilation. Mechanicum is the first book in the series not to focus on either the Primarchs or their Space Marines Legions

Christian Dunn – Novel abridgement (3); mixed-form compilation, novella compilation, short story compilation. Laurie Goulding – Mixed-form compilation. Nick Kyme – Mixed-form compilation, short story compilation. Mechanicum is the first book in the series not to focus on either the Primarchs or their Space Marines Legions. The novel centres on the eponymous "Mechanicum", a cult of machine-worshipping technologists based on the real-life planet Mars and which serves as the chief engineering authority in the nascent Imperium.

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Horus Heresy: The Primarchs is a series in which each book will cover a different Primarch before the coming of the Horus Heresy.

XXI. Fear to Tread (2012) by James Swallow. Angel Exterminatus (2012) by Graham McNeill. Horus Heresy: The Primarchs is a series in which each book will cover a different Primarch before the coming of the Horus Heresy. Roboute Guilliman: Lord of Ultramar (2016) by David Annandale. Leman Russ: The Great Wolf (2016) by Chris Wraight. Magnus the Red: Master of Prospero (2017) by Graham McNeill. Perturabo: The Hammer of Olympia (2017) by Guy Haley.

The Horus Heresy series. Book 1 – HORUS RISING Dan Abnett. Book 2 – FALSE GODS Graham McNeill. Book 3 – GALAXY IN FLAMES Ben Counter. Book 4 – THE FLIGHT OF THE EISENSTEIN James Swallow. Book 5 – FULGRIM Graham McNeill. Book 6 – Descent of Angels Mitchel Scanlon. Book 7 – LEGION Dan Abnett. Book 8 – battle for the abyss Ben Counter. Book 9 – mechanicum Graham McNeill.

The Horus Heresy It is a time of legend. The galaxy is in flames. Not even the senior warlords of the Legion could claim such knowledge, but the primarch’s summons to the Heliopolis was sure to put an end to the Legion’s ignorance. The Emperor’s glorious vision for humanity is in ruins.

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Horus Heresy (Warhammer 30k) AU were the Raven Guard primarch Corvus Corax is not rescued from Isstvan V and falls into the diabolical claws of his traitorous brother - the Night Haunter Konrad Curze. When a grisly discovery is made in the depths of Hive Tetra on Macharia in the Cadian system itself, Proctor Saal Huulta of the Adeptus Arbites is sent to investigate.

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Horus Heresy anthology featuring the Primarchs of the EmperorCreated in the Emperor’s own image, the primarchs had long thought themselves to be princes of the universe and masters of their own destiny – they led the Space Marine Legions in glorious conquest of the galaxy, and no enemy of the Imperium could stand against them. However, even amongst this legendary brotherhood, the seeds of dissent had been sown long before the treacherous Warmaster Horus declared his grand heresy. Gathered within this anthology are four novellas focusing on some of the mightiest warriors and leaders that mankind has ever known – Fulgrim, Alpharius, Lion El’Johnson and Ferrus Manus – and the roles that they may have yet to play in a war which threatens to change the face of the Imperium forever.

Iphonedivorced
I will always be a fan of the Horus Heresy books and snap up every new novel that comes down but this one was a disappointment. I'm just tired of the same old empty stories about the same old Legions. When will we get a story about the Salamanders or a book devoted to the Imperial Fists the heroes of the Battle of Terra? As a previous review stated this collection of stories much like the two previous anthologies in the series didn't really go anywhere or expand upon anything we didn't already know. I feel like Black Library is just dragging out this story-line to maximize profit and book sales. Buy it for the collection but not for the entertainment. I hope the next two books out this summer are more satisfying and gripping then the stories in this collection.
Adoranin
I must begin by disclosing that I have all the Horus Heresy novels. I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every one of them. Which brings me to the most recent installment "The Primarchs." I enjoyed it every bit as much as the others because the authors of these novels are very familiar to me. It's kind of like having a conversation with an old friend over a hot cup of joe. That having said, I'm beginning to believe my favorite authors are starting to "string out" this story line. It reminds me of another line of novels concerning the Rapture and the Anti-Christ. That story line was strung out also; ad nauseum. I do hope these authors don't do the same thing. But it's beginning to look like it. Don't get me wrong for a moment, the stories in "The Primarchs" are every bit as good as the rest. But I believe, as one of my fellow reviewers, that if we are going to string this out, let's have some new material and story lines. No one has touched the "White Scars and the Khan." Or "Conrad Kruze and the Night Lords." In my opinion, we've concentrated on these few Chapters, i.e. Word Bearers, Emperor's Children, etc. for long enough. There is a wealth of material that has not been explored. The story line could really take off if this "new" material was mined. In closing, by all means, buy this latest installment to keep continuity. You won't be disappointed.
Faebei
The book shipped as expected. Its seen its share of wear and tear but still readable and somewhat intact. OK for the price
Gandree
Bought this a little while back. Another series of short stories, some better than others; some correcting poor characterizations in other books. I do not regret purchasing it.
Tantil
4 Novellas, If you read the Heresy series....you'll love it. Your not going to get main story, but it certainly fleshes out the Primarch's (Fulgrim, Alpharius, The Lion, Ferrus Manus) further. Great to s*** by!
Alexandra
Adds some nice insight into some of the Primarchs and plots that are ongoing in the whole Heresy series. Worth the read.
Kuve
My son is an avid fan of the WarHammer 40K series. He collects the books and has not found one yet that he hasn't enjoyed.
I'm a fan of the genre and enjoy most of the 40k novels. But this piece was particularly frustrating. I'll admit, I only read the first 100 or so pages. It was a story about Fulgrim and the Emperor's Children. I was excited to see how far they'd fallen, to see what hybrid depravities they needed to stimulate their super-dull senses. I'd always thought "noise marines" were a little corny, but the epicurean needs of Fulgrim and his inner circle had potential to entertain, especially during the Heresy. Nothing could be further from the reality of this book. Staggeringly boring, the story wherein the Emperor's Children turn on Fulgrim and torture him unto near death is made blasé by his god-like resistance and all knowing smirk. After mutilating the Primarch, the Emperor's Children realize that he's no longer possessed. The story ends as it began, nothing changed and I personally I'd wasted my time. I may go back and attempt the rest of the book, but the second story, about an Iron Warrior I think, lost my interest within the first two pages.

The fundamental issue here is that in 100 pages nothing changed. Nothing. Another day in the life of insane sensualist space marines in pink and purple armor.