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Not sure if many people visit this part of the site, but I was wondering if there is any chance we can get a list of the Horus Heresy Books in order?
I've read Horus Rising, and am just about to finish False Gods, and I was wondering what comes next?
If we could get a list together that would be cool please, and might help others out as well as myself!
Galaxy in Flames
The Flight of the Eisenstein
Descent of angels
Battle for the Abyss
Mechanium -- the most recent one that came out in december i think
I am currently on the flight of the eisenstein and so far it pretty good.
you can really tell the difference in the writers though as you the novels.
hope this helps
Oh and I think the next one comes out either this spring or summer
Tales of Heresy is the next one (I'm reading that now), I must say its a fairly good read.
There is also the Audio Book, The Lightining tower and the dark king, I think?
Rork: In the dark future of the 41st millennium there is only friendship.
Fenrir: and magic.
Kaiser-: My Little Chaos Marine, Friendship is Heresy?
I've read 1 through 5 and, i have to say, was severely bummed out by anything after the first book.
The first book is great, Abnett for president. But all the books that came after where just a weak dilution of the first, writers trying to emulate the first book.
I'm selling books 2 to 5. Anyone interested?
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Well the big spoiler for Tales of Heresy is that it turns out the Emperor is Richard Dawkins.
Seriously though the Last Church felt like a good idea let down by message fantasy until the last few pages which gave it a more three dimensional edge.
I did enjoy the background of Terra that was described throughout.
As the Horus Heresy books go on I get the impression that the Emperor is certainly as powerful but perhaps not as wise (to say nothing of benevolent) as previous editions of Warhammer40K would lead us to believe.
Indeed there is an argument to say that the Emperor wants to be worshipped and the Imperial Faith is part of a wider plan perhaps for the Emperor to achieve true godhood. (I might think about this more and lay it out in the WH40K fluff forums later).
As an aside I always thought a possible Si-Fi series that could be done would be 'Tales of Old Earth' a series of stories set in the WH40K universe in the years 3000AD-10,000AD.
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