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Publisher's Summary

A Horus Heresy audio drama collection.

Delve into the Age of Darkness with a collection of 10 audio dramas starring loyalists and traitors alike, which show some of the many desperate battles of the Horus Heresy.

You may have read or listened to the prose versions of some of these stories in Horus Heresy anthologies - now is your chance to experience the original versions, complete with multiple actors, immersive sound effects and music.

For more than 200 years, the armies of the Emperor of Mankind fought to reconquer the galaxy - led by the superhuman primarchs, the Space Marine Legions brought countless worlds back under the rule of ancient Terra. Now Horus, once honoured Warmaster and favoured son of the Emperor, has been corrupted by the whispered promises of Chaos. At his command the Imperium is torn apart by a terrible and bloody civil war, the likes of which the galaxy has never seen....

This audio drama anthology contains 10 tales from the best-selling Horus Heresy series, delving into the survivors of a hideous massacre, the traitor Warmaster's goals and his methods of achieving them, battles between mighty Titans on a war-torn world and much more. 

Contents: 

'Veritas Ferrum' by David Annandale.

'Warmaster' by John French.

'Strike and Fade' by Guy Haley.

'The Eternal Blade' by Graham McNeill.

'The Eightfold Path' by Anthony Reynolds.

'Guardian of Order' by Gav Thorpe.

'Wolf's Claw' by Chris Wraight.

'Dark Compliance' by John French.

'Honour to the Dead' by Gav Thorpe.

'The Either' by Graham McNeill.

Performed by Tim Treloar, Toby Longworth, Martyn Eliis, Chris Fairbank, Jonathan Keeble, Gareth Armstrong, Ramon Tikaram, Jamie Parker, Jane Collingwood, John Banks, Robin Bowerman, Matthew Hunt, Luke Thompson, Ian Brooker, David Timson, Cliff Chapman, Steve Conlin, Melvyn Rawlinson, Luis Soto, Penelope Rawlins.

©2020 Games Workshop Limited (P)2020 Games Workshop Limited

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Choppy

I've really come to enjoy the Warhammer 40k lore, universe and stories. While I enjoyed the stories in this volume there was far to many short stories. Some so short it seemed that the rest of the book was missing. A stark contrast to the first two volumes.

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A Few Solid Gold Stories...

There are three stories in this collection that stand head and shoulders above the rest, both in this collection and in others. Warmaster, Dark Compliance, and the Either are all extremely well written and performed. These work in concert to grant the reader a greater understanding of Horus and his sons, and why they are so much more than just "traitors." They were truly great, even among Astartes. The other stories are, regrettably, completely forgettable.

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Excellent

Important stories well executed, including some of John French’s best work. Just skip the Gav Thorpe stuff.

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