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by Graham McNeill

  • ISBN: 1844168093
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Graham McNeill
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Games Workshop; Edition Unstated edition (February 23, 2010)
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  • Rating: 4.7
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A Thousand Sons by Graham McNeill is a novel and the twelfth book in the Horus Heresy Series.

A Thousand Sons by Graham McNeill is a novel and the twelfth book in the Horus Heresy Series. It tells of the Burning of Prospero, and so acts as a mini-duology with Prospero Burns by Dan Abnett, describing the same battle from the perspective of the other side, the Space Wolves. A Thousand Sons was published in March 2010, and charted at number 22 on the New York Times best-seller list for mass-market fiction.

Graham McNeill has written more than twenty novels for Black Library. In all the other books I honestly felt no love for the heretics and chaos marines. But I am a Thousand Sons fan now after reading this book. His Horus Heresy novel, A Thousand Sons, was a New York Times bestseller and his Time of Legends novel, Empire, won the 2010 David Gemmell Legend Award. Originally hailing from Scotland, Graham now lives and works in Nottingham. So a must read if you are into WH40k and the Horus Heresy.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Graham McNeill is the author of seven Horus Heresy novels, most recently Vengeful Spirit and Angel Exterminatus, along with the New York Times bestseller A Thousand Sons. He has written a host of other novels for Black Library, including Warhammer 40,000 series based on the Ultramarines, the Iron Warriors and the Adeptus Mechanicus.

The Horus Heresy A THOUSAND SONS all is dus. Horus Heresy - 12. Graham McNeill. The sun was low, yet still powerfully bright, and he squinted against it, shielding his eyes from the reflected glare of sunlight from the salt flats. orus Heresy - 12 Graham McNeill (An Undead Scan v. ) To Evan. One down, nine hundred and ninety-nine to go. The Horus. The Horus Heresy. It is a time of legend. Mighty heroes battle for the right to rule the galaxy. Well? demanded Phosis T’kar. I don’t know, he said.

A Thousand Sons book. Graham McNeill makes the Thousand Sons very inviting. The secret bits of Thousand Sons and Horus Heresy lore are tasty

A Thousand Sons book. You really do get to like them. The secret bits of Thousand Sons and Horus Heresy lore are tasty. I'll leave that for you to read for yourself!.

All is dus. (2011. Chief amongst the primarchs is Horus, called the Glorious, the Brightest Star, favourite of the Emperor, and like a son unto him. He is the Warmaster, the commander-in-chief of the Emperor’s military might, subjugator of a thousand worlds and conqueror of the galaxy. He is a warrior without peer, a diplomat supreme. As the flames of war spread through the Imperium, mankind’s champions will all be put to the ultimate test.

Title: A Thousand Suns (Warhammer 40,000 Novels: Horus Heresy) Author(s): Graham Mcneill ISBN .

A Thousand Sons by Graham McNeill (Paperback, 2014).

The Crimson King The Horus Heresy Book 44. Exiled, hunted and reviled, the Thousand Sons Legion are adrift – as is their primarch . READ IT BECAUSE Graham McNeill's long awaited follow-up to A Thousand Sons is finally here!

The Crimson King The Horus Heresy Book 44. Exiled, hunted and reviled, the Thousand Sons Legion are adrift – as is their primarch, Magnus. But with his power and personality fracturing, drastic action is needed by the Legion if they are to avoid losing their gene-father forever. READ IT BECAUSE Graham McNeill's long awaited follow-up to A Thousand Sons is finally here! It sets Magnus and his Legion firmly on the road to treachery and lays the groundwork for the infamous acts that will curse them forever.

The latest instalment in the Horus Heresy series by star author Graham McNeill.Censured at the Council of Nikea for his flagrant use of sorcery, Magnus the Red and his Thousand Sons Legion retreat to their homeworld pf Prospero to continue their use of the arcane arts in secret. But when the ill-fated primarch forsees the treachery of Warmaster Horus and warns the Emperor with the very powers he was forbidden to use, the Master of Mankind dispatches fellow primarch Leman Russ to attack Prospero itself. But Magnus has seen more than the betrayl of Horus and the witnessed revelations will change the fate of his fallen Legion, anmd its primarch, forever.
Reviews about A Thousand Sons (Horus Heresy) (7):
Runehammer
EXCELLENT 40K book.

Not only does it give you amazing detail on the chapter, but also some of the biggest key points of the Heresy!!!
I was blown away as I was not expecting that.
Once again, Graham McNeil proves to me he is my number ONE Warhammer author!
Samulkree
Magnus the Red and his merry band of Witch Kings, break the Emperor's Treaty. What does the Emperor do? He sends the Wolf, just like Marcellus Wallace. Leman's boys come to Prospero to enforce the treaty (genocide the Thousand Sons). They land unmolested, finally Magnus unleashes his Sons. The Wolves are an unstoppable, but the Sons do not die quietly. The mental pictures McNeil's creates are fantastic. Could not put it down.
Frosha
Good two-part read, A Thousand Sons followed by Prospero Burns. If you like 40k and the Horus Heresy story, you will enjoy these. Thousand Sons legion are good guys with questionable methods juxtaposed with the Space Wolves, loyal to a fault but brutal, even to their own brothers...
Gathris
Graham can write one hell of a story arch.
Ceck
I have to say this is the best book of the Horus Heresy series I have read so far, and I have read about 8 of them. This book was pretty well written, a few typos here and there but not to bad. It has good action sequences and plenty of plot twists. It is also the first time you get to see the Emperor speak in any of the books. But the reason I like it so much is because the "bad" guys the Thousand Sons legion and Magnus the Red are so well done, that I really identify with them and actually was rooting for them even though I knew what the outcome was going to be. Generally I don't identify with evil characters at all. In all the other books I honestly felt no love for the heretics and chaos marines. But I am a Thousand Sons fan now after reading this book. So a must read if you are into WH40k and the Horus Heresy.
Coiwield
Thousand Suns goes back and takes place before Horus commits his heresey. An essential read for the purist to fill in the holes of the why and how things happened. It does get a bit tedious at times to read.
Shaktizragore
I have been reading about the Warhammer 40,000 universe for years. During that time I have read hints of the tragedy of the Thousand Sons and their Primarch, Magnus the Red. It is wonderful to finally read what exactly happened. It was kind of a bummer already knowing the end result of the book, but the author didn't leave me wanting for the material included. This book is written well and makes for a excellent read. I recommend it to anyone who has some experience reading the about this alternate universe.

Chris
the horus heresy series has been really good. I think this has been one of the better books in the series. It stays on story points without a lot of dragging on and fills in those bits and peaces people have been given from the lore and other novels.

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