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  • Warhammer 40,000
  • Written by: Gav Thorpe
  • Narrated by: Robin Bowerman
  • Length: 9 hrs and 46 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (99 ratings)

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Indomitus

Written by: Gav Thorpe
Narrated by: Robin Bowerman
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A Warhammer 40,000 novel.

Drawn to a stricken world, the Ultramarines of Crusade Fleet Quintus, believed by many to be cursed, face a stark choice - fight a desperate last stand or doom a sector to warn the Imperium of the rise of a new Necron empire in the Pariah Nexus.  

Listen to it because: this is the first Warhammer 40,000 novel based on the new edition of the game, and it's packed with amazing action, fantastic characters and tons of intrigue - everything you want in a novel of the Indomitus Crusade.  

The story: for nearly 10 years, the Indomitus Crusade has waged a war of defiance and reconquest in the war-torn Imperium. 

Attached to Crusade Fleet Quintus - dubbed the Cursed Fleet by many - the Ultramarines of the Ithraca’s Vengeance are drawn to a stricken world. 

With millions enslaved, a malign necron technology siphons the souls of the innocent and heralds the Silent Kingdom’s expansion. The Ultramarines face an impossible decision: mount a desperate last stand to destroy the Pariah Nexus, or break away and damn the entire sector to bring word of this ancient foe’s resurgence to the only being capable of halting it - the Lord Primarch Roboute Guilliman.  

Written by Gav Thorpe. Approx running time 9 hours 51 minutes. Narrated by Robin Bowerman.

©2020 Games Workshop Limited (P)2020 Games Workshop Limited

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Poor choice of narrator.

The Narrator makes these Astartes sound like polite shy young adults, can't listen anymore

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not impressed

how would you like a story where the primary enemy is a millions of years old robot overlord who is also an idiot. yeah me either.

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ultramarines vs necrons Battle of the egos

I honesty think Robin bowerman does an excellent job with a mediocre story. 🤔

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Very forgettable

I usually have an excellent memory for stories, but a few weeks later there's nothing I remember of this one except it being quite bland, unlike most Gav Thorpe novels.
It just wasn't good.

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to sell toys

Was okay. action was difficult to follow at points. and it was hard to ignore the fact that this book was clearly there to sell Warhammer miniatures.

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Unfortunately not a winner

I'm only a few hours in at the time of this review and to be honest you can skip this one. The necron voices aren't that well done, kinda hurts to listen to. As for the voices and names of the Astartes, everyone one has a exadurated name and the voices all sound the same. The overall story so far really isn't that compelling.

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Easy Pass

This book in an easy pass. None of the Ultramarine characters are memorable. The Necrons seem like bumbling idiots incapable of defeating anyone thru strategic planning. Good insight on the destroyer lords you can find on a YouTube video.

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Skip this one entirely

If you write a story where literally every character is an unlikable moron, you've written. A bad story.

I don't understand what happened here, I've read other stories by Gav Thorpe, the writer is solid enough to write decent novels.

Yet indomitus is a trainwreck beyond belief, literally every character is an egotistical idiot, making decisions that most children would consider to be stupid at best. Further than that, while I'm usually quite lenient, the lore breaking aspects of this novel makes it unlikable even for those insane people (me) who just read all WH40K books.

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My first foray into the 40k book universe

The story and performance were both superb and I highly recommend this to those who are both new and experienced in the 40k universe. Long Live the Emperor.

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good story

good story. the Necron voices were my least favorite part of it. not what I imagined.

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