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Charged with a solemn duty by the primarch himself, Forgefather T'kell of the Salamanders prepares for what may well be his final journey.

Along with a chosen few of the Legion's elite Firedrakes, he must bear the last seven of Vulkan's greatest weapons away to the secret vault known as the Wrought, putting them forever beyond the reach of treacherous enemy and well-intentioned ally alike.

But word has already spread of these legendary artefacts, and there are many who would see T‚'kell's endeavour fail for their own gain. The Salamanders must remain true, no matter what horrors they might face....

©2016 Games Workshop Limited (P)2015 Games Workshop Limited

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Probably the best Salamanders book

Nick Kyme does an excellent job addressing the origins of the m40 Salamanders, and their particular culture/quirks in this book, as well as a few other legions. Concerning a small number of characters, all with their own interweaving storylines (both loyalist and traitor), but primarily a handful of high-ranking Salamanders, there are a few insights into the bigger picture of the Horus Heresy itself. Jonathan Keeble is among my favorite narrators on audible (check out The Winter King, by Bernard Cornwell), and he always makes the characters feel more alive.