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Corax: Lord of Shadows

Primarchs
Written by: Guy Haley
Narrated by: Jonathan Keeble
Length: 6 hrs and 32 mins
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A Primarchs novel

When a dread bio-weapon is unleashed in battle, turning allies upon one another, it falls to Corax and his Raven Guard to save the day - if he can balance his thirst for vengeance against the need for swift victory.

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We've seen Corax consumed with revenge throughout the Horus Heresy - now is our opportunity to see him before his brush with Chaos, heroically saving a campaign during the Great Crusade.

The story:

During the Great Crusade, it falls to the primarch Corax of the Raven Guard to humble the immense void-cities of the Carinae. Determined to bring these worlds into compliance, he unleashes the might of his Legion and a massive war host of the Imperial Army. But the lords of Carinae are well defended and without remorse. 

At the height of the conflict, at the void-city of Zenith, a dread bio-weapon from an ancient time is unleashed. At once, the Imperial force is brought to its knees, as allies are turned against each other and the Raven Guard left to face almost insurmountable odds. As the campaign teeters on the brink of failure, Corax’s desire for vengeance is severely tested against the need for a swift and certain resolution to the war.

Written by Guy Haley.

©2019 Games Workshop Limited (P)2019 Games Workshop Limited

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Awesome!!

These Primarch books have been great through and through, each one adding a layer to the Primarch they depict. Corax and his legion are given greater depth and I think that is a good thing through and through

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  • AJ
  • 2019-02-18

Out Of Darkness

Too long has The Raven Guard mired beneath poor writing. Hayley amends; avenges thus. Nevermore.

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  • M. Andersen
  • 2019-03-01

Bit of a let down

Has a sub plot that detracts from the main mission Corax undertakes, and has little to do with the book. I thought it lacked quite a bit of attention to the protagonist Corax, and only spends one chapter in the entire book with him in action. Even then he only showcases his abilities against nobody guards. I think it speaks volumes that for most of this book you could replace the name Corax with a random Admiral/General name and there would only be a few places in the book that it wouldn't work. For a book that is supposed to be centered on and expand a Primarchs story/character, this was a big disappointment.

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  • James Wagner
  • 2019-04-30

Quoth the Primarch

Incredible insight into a complex primarch. His pain, his sense of purpose after his time before the coming of the Emperor laid bare in this story.

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