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A Siege of Terra novella.

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Discover the epic conclusion to the long journey of the Sisypheum through the Horus Heresy in a novella packed with revelations and action that expands the scope of the Siege of Terra.

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The Shattered Legions crew of the Sisypheum, broken and at the end of their endurance, find themselves divided – torn between following their resurrected captain on a suicidal mission or obeying orders to return to Terra and rejoin their Legion brothers. 

Following a series of garbled messages intercepted by the Kryptos, the divided warriors descend to the shattered surface of Luna. Here, their bonds of loyalty, duty, and their devotion to one another will be tested as ancient horrors of the earliest days of gene-manipulation are unleashed, and a long-buried secret is revealed. 

A secret that will have far-reaching consequences for the future course of the galaxy, no matter who eventually claims Terra. 

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

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They made a pretty big difference in the longrun

I was skeptical through most of this book, I felt that it was going to be an underwhelming end to my favorite characters of the horus heresy series but was very very glad it went the way it did. Each character gave their life in a meaningful way and it felt very good at the end of the story.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-12-24

many off-putting conversations in this book.

Keep the modern day politics out of 40k please Mr. Mcneill.. It takes me out of the setting when I hear someone in the 30,000 A.D. complaining about "hyper masculinity".

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  • Maxwell J Oss
  • 2020-12-01

Do you like warhammer well to bad

The author changes the universe to push their personal politics at the expense of the setting. Remember when life almost died on Tera do to nuclear war well no more. Remember when earth wasn’t Tera because the it was a different universe with it own different but similar history because this hack doesn’t.
I like this small part of the larger Horus Heresy too bad it ended on a misandrist fart

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  • Carter MacMillan
  • 2021-02-13

McNeills worst

Hard to believe this is written by the same author that brought us Wolves Of Fenris, Angel Extermanatus and so many other gems to the warhammer universe. As cruel as it sounds you could have slapped John French or Guy Haley on the cover and I would have believed you.

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  • Nathaniel Acord
  • 2020-12-27

Does the moon have air now?

Did not keep my interest while driving for 10 hours straight. Also, unless I missed something, the author seems to think the moon has a breathable atmosphere.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-10-19

Lore filled and well written adventure

These have been some of my favorite characters in the Horus heresy series mingle them armed glorious deaths that they deserved this it is one of the better stories I've listened to in a while can't wait for the next installment.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-11-24

so sad to see the series end

I was both excited and sad to see this novella being released, for I've grown to love the ragged crew and adventures of the Sisyphuleum, and look forward to and dread at the same time to find out how it will end.

I will be truthful and say that I shredded tears on chapter 11, but it was a glorious and beautiful conclusion. A toast to Mr Graham, and thank you for all the good times and bad on letting me share the journey of the Sisyphuleum... and look forward to the next grand epic that you will show us again!

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  • Bigdog
  • 2020-09-11

beautiful

after following these brave souls for so many years it's heartbreaking to hear the end.. make you want to cry the writing is so well done

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  • Brian Robinson
  • 2021-02-13

Great read.

The book was entertaining and a good eye opener into the happenings on Luna during the Horus Heresy.

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  • Forrest Montera
  • 2020-09-21

Jonathan Keeble one of my favorite readers.

I love Graham McNeils writing and the inner thoughts that he conveys to his characters. Keeble expresses his beautiful writing with Steeler iteration. Loved this!

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  • Amber Autrey
  • 2021-11-04

Great book

great addition to inbetween the Seige of Terra novels. Nice to see some other legions rapping their colors.