Summary

After the razing of Prospero, Magnus the Red spirited the Thousand Sons away to the aptly unnamed Planet of the Sorcerers, deep within the Eye of Terror.
Removed from the concerns of the galaxy at large and regarding the Warmaster's unfolding Heresy with cold detachment, he has dedicated his hollow existence to the preservation of all the knowledge once held in the great libraries of Tizca, should mankind ever seek such enlightenment again. But his sons can see the change in their primarch - he is a broken soul whose mind and memories are slipping away into the tumult of the warp.
Only by returning to the scenes of his greatest triumphs and tragedies can they hope to restore him and allow the Crimson King to be crowned anew by the Ruinous Powers
©2017 Games Workshop Limited (P)2017 Games Workshop Limited
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5 out of 5 stars
By User1989 on 28-07-18

A worthy successor to "A Thousand Sons"

This book does a great job of explaining the motivations of the Thousand Sons and why they decided to eventually join Horus for the battle of Terra. Although Ahriman remains the main protagonist, a lot of time is given over to Amon, Hathor Maat, Magnus himself and many more of our favourite retuning characters. The book also bridges the gap between Graham Mcneill's Thousand Sons and John French's Ahriman series. I hope there will be a more books on the Thousand Sons before the Horus Heresy series concludes.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Cerus on 05-02-18

Good book but the wolves are hard to like

Always good to see more Thousand sons and Magnus, the story arc of both Arhiman and Amon was also interesting to follow. The wolves however were a bit one dimensional and were hard to like or enjoy. I think the book would have been better off without them

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5 out of 5 stars
By Artyom Trityak on 31-01-18

Must read / listen if you like Thousand Sons story

What did you love best about The Crimson King?

Story is very interesting and it shows main characters such as Magnus, Ahriman etc. Narration is cool, would recommend for any TS.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 31-07-18

good read for the horus heresy series.

has some riviting scenes and Give a you a great view of what happened to Magnus after Russ shattered him

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