The Horus Heresy is an epic conflict spanning hundreds of worlds and thousands of battles, laced with countless tales of heroism and valour, betrayal and villainy. This anthology collects some of the most memorable, featuring every one of the Loyalist and Traitor Legions.
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Whether you're a veteran Legionary or exploring the grim setting of the Horus Heresy for the first time, this handpicked collection of 21 existing short stories features gripping tales for each of the Loyalist and Traitor Legions that waged wars of betrayal and destruction on an immeasurable scale.
Never has the Imperium known a weapon as deadly as the massed might of a Space Marine Legion. Together, these mighty warriors form an unbreakable spear at the forefront of the Great Crusade. Together, they quest to reclaim humanity's birthright – its dominion over the stars. Each Legion is led by a legendary primarch, and the greatest among them is Horus Lupercal, Warmaster of the Imperium. Yet at the height of his power, this beloved son betrayed his oaths, taking half his brothers with him into damnation.
Condemned to an eternity of war, the galaxy burns as loyal Space Marine Legions and their traitorous kin tear apart everything they bled to build. This anthology collects over 20 existing stories from a variety of authors, featuring every one of the Space Marine Legions and ranging from the Unification Wars to the most brutal days of the Age of Darkness.
–The Last Church by Graham McNeill – Savage Weapons by Aaron Dembski-Bowden – Imperfect by Nick Kyme – The Iron Within by Rob Sanders – Black Oculus by John French – Brotherhood of the Moon by Chris Wraight –Bjorn: Lone Wolf by Chris Wraight – Bloodhowl by Chris Forrester – Champion of Oaths by John French – Child of Night by John French – Lost Sons by James Swallow –Immortal Duty by Nick Kyme – After Desh’ea by Matthew Farrer –The Laurel of Defiance Guy Haley – Daemonology by Chris Wraight – Rebirth by Chris Wraight – Little Horus by Dan Abnett – Child of Chaosby Chris Wraight – Artefacts by Nick Kyme – The Grey Raven by Gav Thorpe –Liar’s Due by James Swallow