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Publisher's Summary

A Horus Heresy audiobook collection.

The Horus Heresy was the darkest moment in the history of mankind, as brother turned upon brother and threatened to tear the galaxy apart. This bundle of audiobooks delivers an action-packed, yet intimate look at the heroes and villains of the era.

Listen to it because: in this collection of audiobooks, Black Library stalwarts take on big names and story beats pertaining to some of the landmark events of the Horus Heresy - the greatest conflict the galaxy has ever known.

Contents:

  • Butcher's Nails by Aaron Dembski-Bowden
  • Kharn: The Eightfold Path by Anthony Reynolds
  • Honour to the Dead by Gav Thorpe
  • Stratagem by Nick Kyme
  • Censure by Nick Kyme
  • Red-Marked by Nick Kyme
  • Nightfane by Nick Kyme
  • Hubris of Monarchia by Andy Smillie
  • Heart of the Pharos by L J Goulding
  • Children of Sicarus by Anthony Reynolds
  • Illyrium by Darius Hinks
  • The Revelation of the Word by David Annandale
  • Raven's Flight by Gav Thorpe
  • Strike and Fade by Guy Haley
  • Veritas Ferrum by David Annandale
  • Grey Talon by Chris Wraight
  • The Either by Graham McNeill
  • Perpetual by Dan Abnett
  • Raptor by Gav Thorpe
  • The Shadowmasters by Gav Thorpe

Narrators:

  • Sean Barrett
  • Chris Fairbank
  • David Timson
  • Jonathan Keeble
  • Richard Reed
  • John Banks
  • Penelope Rawlins
  • Toby Longworth
  • Tim Treloar
  • Gareth Armstrong
©2021 Games Workshop Limited (P)2021 Games Workshop Limited

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21 hours of really shitty sound effects.

The overall story line is not bad. Unfortunately, with bad sound effects and a less than stellar narrator the overall book just gave me a headache.
A note to the Author, this could be a best seller if you redid the narrator and sound effects. Just a thought for a possible re-release.

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just get it.You will not be disappointed-30k@best!

its great, no other words. just shows 30k is far superior. I wish 40k would have the same feeling