An unknown history is about to be unveiled as light is shed on the darkest years of the Horus Heresy, and revelations will surface that will shake the Imperium to its very foundation....
This collection contains nine short stories:
'Rules of Engagement' by Graham McNeill
'Liar's Due' by James Swallow
'Forgotten Sons' by Nick Kyme
'The Last Remembrancer' by John French
'Rebirth' by Chris Wraight
'The Face of Treachery' by Gav Thorpe
'Little Horus' by Dan Abnett
'The Iron Within' by Rob Sanders
'Savage Weapons' by Aaron Dembski-Bowden
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By David C. on 10-05-18
Not my Favourite
I think there was 2 stories in here that i enjoyed and that was the Rogal Dorn one the last one.
This was simply because these 2 stories didnt havr all the nonesence fighting and instead they had dialog and intrigue....
i know some people will really love the over the top battles but i find they are repetative and annoying.....
super soldiers fighting super soldiers is unbelievable and everyone is superb at everything until they are just bested by someone who is slightly better at being superb at everything......these are all space marines and when get they are all awesome to that end i would find it far more beleiveable if a civil war involving literally thousands of planets and what must be trillions of people beteen them all lasted longer than 3 years or however long it lasted.
The reason i liked the 2 stories i did was because it shows a relatable side to a fictional super soldier of the far future that otherwise would be impossible to relate to. I like to see humanity in characters......weather their human or not....
I think a good idea for heresy book would be of some gaurd unit where some of them wanted to rebel and some wanted to be loyal and they had to fight with their innerselves aswel as their comrades.......