Galaxy in Flames (The Horus Heresy): No. 3

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Galaxy in Flames (The Horus Heresy): No. 3

Galaxy in Flames (The Horus Heresy): No. 3

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A clear plot with stakes both personal (for those about to be bombed) and wider (the bombing is kicking off a galaxy wide revolt). In the time that has passed, I've tinkered away with my beloved VIIth legion, but a few other projects have snuck thier way onto the radar. it’s a bit of a stretch as I don’t feel Counter reinforced the relationship between the two from the first book to make me feel the same.

In the time lead up until less than an hour ago, I've read False Gods and Galaxy in Flames, and I wanted to share my thoughts with those who have come before me. These nouns only begin to describe the heinous acts that awash the third chapter of The Horus Heresy. Horus now seems to have settled on his path and is committed to doing whatever it takes to gain the upper hand in waging his revolt against insurmountable odds.And when Artuas thought his hearts could not be any more full of pride, the day came when he, and all his Terran brothers were reunited with their genetic father, the primarch Horus Lupercal. Despite this, there is one significant problem I have so far, and unfortunately it lies on the shoulders of McNeill.

Counter tells us about all these horrifying and heartbreaking moments with the other legions without showing us. This is the final book in the opening trilogy of the Horus Heresy, following Horus Rising by Dan Abnett and False Gods by Graham McNeill.Having recovered from his grievous injuries, Warmaster Horus leads the triumphant Imperial forces against the rebel world of Isstvan III. Ben Counter brings the opening trilogy of this epic new series to explosive life as the Horus Heresy begins! With Galaxy in Flames, they get dedicated page time and with their struggles and battles, and it means that we understand their motivations far clearer.

Of the first thr Any scene with any of the primarchs were absolutely amazing, because of the characters that were taking place.They are cunning and ambitious, but they are very prideful and arrogant on the other side of the coin. When I finished Horus Rising, the comments were fairly unanimous that I should read False Gods and Galaxy in Flames next, but I'm done with them now. But the coming of the Imperium brings new concerns and a new destiny for the Lion as part of the Great Crusade, and the sons of Caliban must decide if they will follow him to glory among the stars. The Battle of Isstvan III is quite excellent, and I am excited to see where the series is going next, especially with some different POVs.

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