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False Gods: Book 2 of the Horus Heresy

False Gods: Book 2 of the Horus Heresy

Written by Graham McNeill and originally released of June 2006 False Gods is the second book in the Horus Heresy series.  The cast of characters is very much the same as within the first book and even with the change in authors these characters still feel like the same ones from the first book.  That is with the one glaring exception of Horus himself.  Please don’t get me wrong, I know that for the Horus Heresy to happen it is...

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Angels of Darkness

Angels of Darkness

Angels of Darkness is a Horus Heresy related book from Black Library written by Gav Thorpe and originally published in 2003.  I say Heresy related because the main story of the book takes place in the 41st millennium and not in the time of Horus.  This book tells two stories in parallel much like the other two Warhammer 40,000 books I have recently reviewed.  The story follows Boreas, an Interrogator-Chaplain within the inner circle...

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Descent of Angels

Descent of Angels

Although Descent of Angels is the sixth book in the Horus Heresy series from The Black Library the story itself is really more of a prequel to the Heresy timeline.  Those looking forward to reading about what happens next with Horus and the Imperium of Man will possibly be frustrated by this fact but if you are willing to take this book for what it is, a stand-alone book that tells the origin story of the Dark Angels Space Marines, this is...

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#046 Interview with Bruce Cordell

#046 Interview with Bruce Cordell

This week we sit down with Bruce Cordell, author and D&D Next designer as we talk about the Far Realm and several of his books including Plague of Spells, City of Torment, Key of Stars from the Abolethic Sovereignty series and Sword of the Gods and the recently released Spinner of Lies.  Also check out our review of Spinner of Lies while you are at it.   We appreciate any and all 5-star reviews on iTunes and likes on Facebook....

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Horus Rising

Horus Rising

Way back in the golden days of my youth there was a time when I commanded squads of the Emperor’s chosen warriors as they fought their way through various fields of battle, killing Orks, Tyranids, Eldar and the dreaded forces of Chaos.  Then I graduated from college and no longer had the necessary time to spend constructing and painting Warhammer 40k miniatures, much less actually playing the game.  I never lost my love of the game...

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