Horus Rising

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Games Workshop, Apr 25, 2006 - Fiction - 416 pages
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After thousands of years of expansion and conquest, the human Imperium is at its height. His dream for humanity accomplished, the Emperor hands over the reins of power to his Warmaster, Horus, and heads back to Terra. But is Horus strong enough to control his fellow commanders and continue the Emperor's grand design, or will such incredible power corrupt him?

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It was a fantastic idea to create a series of novels about the Horus Heresy. It complements and illuminates the 40k universe with a view on how it use to be and how they got where they are today.
The first novel is a great start to the series. There is a air of menace or doom about the story in that you feel all the way through that there is some defining moment or disaster just around the corner that kicks the whole heresy off. That is what keeps you reading until the end.
 

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I'm reading it now. It sorta says what's going on where Horus doesn't get involved. It's not a bad book. The Rememberancer's point of view is very interesting. It is a different apporach to the Warhammer 40k Universe. Maybe one I am searching for

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About the author (2006)

Dan Abnett lives and works in Maidstone, England. Dan is well known for his comic work with DC and Marvel comics, where he has worked on such strips as Superman and X Men. His work for the Black Library includes the top-selling Gaunt's Ghosts novels and the acclaimed Inquisitor Eisenhorn trilogy.

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