The Reflection Crack'd

The Reflection Crack d While the Emperor s Children descend into debauchery Fulgrim s closest allies plot against him to purge the Legion of the daemonic influence which has begun to plague their ranks A novella from the T

  • Title: The Reflection Crack'd
  • Author: Graham McNeill
  • ISBN: 9780857876300
  • Page: 437
  • Format: ebook
  • While the Emperor s Children descend into debauchery, Fulgrim s closest allies plot against him to purge the Legion of the daemonic influence which has begun to plague their ranks.A novella from the The Primarchs anthology.

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    1. An excellent novella about Fulgrim, Lucius and the downfall into madness and degeneration of the III Legion. Lots of twists, a far unexpected (and deserved) death, a disturbing (unbelievable)long torture session scene and a great ending make this novella a great setup to "Angel Exterminatus" novel and, together with "Fulgrim", make the Horus Heresy omnibus dedicated to the Emperor's Chldren the most adult/horror themed of the saga. A great chilling and disturbing tale.

    2. This novella follows on the heels of Graham McNeill's novel Fulgrim.Focussing on Lucius and his slow realisation that Fulgrim is no longer who he claims to be, we are led through a dark a menacing journey showing us the continuing degeneration of the Third Legion.After attacking the Mechanicum world of Prismatica V Lucius and a gathering of the Legions officers capture Fulgrim, and with the aid of Apothecary Fabius they intend to cast out the daemon that has ensnared their Primarch.While there i [...]

    3. And McNeill returns to my true loves of both Warhammer 40K and the Horus Heresy, the Emperor's Children, with the same glory and perfection that I had been hoping for! He wrote them really quite well. They are dark, the farthest fallen of all the traitor legions thus far, and they are all the more perfect for it. The novella focuses around Fulgrim and Lucius(Litterally my 2 favourite characters) and they were both well done. Lucius was perfect. His arrogance and skill a wonder to read. I really [...]

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