Eye of Terra

Eye of Terra The galaxy burns at Horus s command and a billion lives are lost with each passing moment though it was not always so Once the title of Warmaster stood for honour loyalty and a fierce pride in the

  • Title: Eye of Terra
  • Author: Aaron Dembski-Bowden Graham McNeill Guy Haley Chris Wraight Gav Thorpe Matthew Farrer Nick Kyme Andy Smillie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The galaxy burns at Horus s command, and a billion lives are lost with each passing moment though it was not always so Once, the title of Warmaster stood for honour, loyalty and a fierce pride in the strength of the Space Marine Legions But perhaps by following the myriad lines of destiny and defiance that were already woven around the primarchs and their sons, weThe galaxy burns at Horus s command, and a billion lives are lost with each passing moment though it was not always so Once, the title of Warmaster stood for honour, loyalty and a fierce pride in the strength of the Space Marine Legions But perhaps by following the myriad lines of destiny and defiance that were already woven around the primarchs and their sons, we may yet come to understand the bitterness that can eat away at even the most steadfast of souls This Horus Heresy anthology contains fifteen short stories by authors such as Graham McNeill, Nick Kyme, Gav Thorpe and many Also, Aaron Dembski Bowden s acclaimed novella Aurelian revisits Lorgar s pilgrimage within the Eye of Terror, and examines just what could convince a true servant of the Emperor to embrace the powers of Chaos once .This edition contains The Wolf of Ash and Fire by Graham McNeillAurelian, The Long Night and Massacre by Aaron Dembski BowdenBrotherhood of the Moon by Chris WraightInheritor and Master of the First by Gav ThorpeVorax by Matthew FarrerIronfire by Rob SandersRed Marked and Stratagem by Nick KymeSins of the Father and The Herald of Sanguinius by Andy SmillieThe Eagle s Talon by John FrenchIron Corpses by David AnnandaleThe Final Compliance of Sixty Three Fourteen by Guy Haley

    One thought on “Eye of Terra”

    1. Great artwork, but Black Library's continued reusing of novellas is taking the biscuit. They aren't clearly labelling anthologies with the individual titles. Waste of money

    2. A solid Horus Heresy anthology and I really enjoyed reading/re-reading the stories here collected previously published in novella/e-book/audio format.Some are real dark gems, a few not, but most of all it was a real good read.

    3. This is the 35th book in the Horus Heresy series. What you have here is another short story and novella collection. Some of these stories are good and some are great. All are worthy of a read if you follow 40K and this series. The interesting thing I enjoy about these anthologies is that many of the stories flow right into the the next books or follow after one of the previous novels. Ultramarines are featured here, as well as Night Lords and some of the Primarchs from Imperium Secundus, where S [...]

    4. As usual with a Horus Heresy Anthology there is a mix of good and bad stories, but luckily, 'The Eye of Terra' deliveries a couple of real quality ones as well. The best story in my opinion is Aurelian, followed closely by The Long Night, and The Wolf of Ash and Fire. I thought good stories were Red Marked, Master of the First, and Ironfire.The rest are the rest. And the worst by far was Vorax.

    5. This is the prose collected version of the audio dramas or over priced novellas I would never buy from Black Library. I am very glad to have his collection to catch me up or fill me in on some Horus Heresy blind spots I have. The writing is generally satisfying but I wish these stories had been incorporated into longer works.

    6. A fine Horus Heresy anthology (which are proliferating at speed) with the usual ups and downs, including an exciting story for me as an Iron Warriors player, but the real stand out in this is "The Final Compliance of Sixty-Three Fourteen" which shows the power and ability of the short story format to build a scene, tension and stakes like a speed-painting which, when stepped back from, wows with its depth.

    7. You get three stars. More than half of this is pre-published eBooks, audiodramas, or novellas. I love having a physical copy of Aurelian, it is excellent. The rest of the shorts were nice, but I am kind of getting sick of the anthology vs novel publication for this series. These really test my ability to stick with this.

    8. Giving it 3 stars instead of 2 because of the Lorgar story, otherwise a pretty mediocre Horus Heresy book.

    9. Pretty decent collection of stories from around the imperium and the warp. Aurelian is the crowning jewel of this collection.

    10. No anthology is perfect, and they all have clunkersbut there are shining moments in Eye of Terra that make it fit to stand alongside the best of the Horus Heresy shared universe.

    11. A delightful collection of short stories sure to make any WH40K lore fan happy. I'm glad I purchased it and would do so again.

    12. personally don´t care much for anthologies. rather read them separately in their respective order and time frame.

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