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  • Warhammer 40,000
  • Written by: Robert Rath
  • Narrated by: Richard Reed
  • Length: 13 hrs and 21 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (611 ratings)

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The Infinite and the Divine

Written by: Robert Rath
Narrated by: Richard Reed
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A Necrons audio.

Trazyn the Infinite and Orikan the Diviner are opposites. Each is obsessed with their own speciality and their rivalry spans a millennia. Yet together, they may hold the secret to saving the necron race....

Listen to it because: explore a story told across the millennia that delves deep into a pair of fascinating necron characters, their relationship and their plans for the galaxy.

The story: before the being called the Emperor revealed himself, before the rise of the aeldari, before the necrontyr traded their flesh for immortal metal, the world was born in violence. Even when they inhabited bodies of flesh, Trazyn the Infinite and Orikan the Diviner were polar opposites. Trazyn, a collector of historical oddities, presides over a gallery full of the most dangerous artefacts - and people - of the galactic past. Orikan, a chronomancer without peer, draws zodiacs that predict and manipulate the future. But when an artefact emerges that may hold the key to the necrons’ next evolution, these two obsessives enter a multi-millennia game of cat and mouse that ends civilisations, reshapes timelines, and changes both forever. As riddles unwind and ancient secrets are revealed, the question remains: will their feud save the necron race or destroy it?

Written by Robert Rath. Narrated by Richard Reed.

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

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The Lightest That 40k Gets

In the grimdarkness of the future... there's these two. Literally the most powerful and oldest beings in a tellable tale, these two are more relatable than your favorite space marine. Powerful, petty and petulant with a Grumpy Old Men vibe. (this was my 3rd listen).

Other than Caiaphas, the most smiles you'll get from 40k. A must read

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One of the best WH40k books in my opinion.

One of the best WH40k books in my opinion.

The author did an amazing job.

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Some Great insight to Necrons and a lot of fun!

The rivalry between Trazyn and Orakin is.... unrivalled. I'll be here all week.

Some very cool looks into the "life" of the Necrons. It also touches on the Flayer and Destroyer viruses. The story feels very epic and Warhammer-ish but still manages to include a great deal of humor. Overall masterfully written and narrated. I recommend this to anyone who is a fan of the 40k universe and especially Necrons.

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Small review (spoiler free)

I dont know of too much necron books/audiobooks, I found this quite enjoyable, with the narrator and his vocal performance it brought a certain charm to it and hooked me in, not to mention it is a rather well done book and delved into necron politics, which may be a turn off to some. Overall well done, highly recommended for all necron fans

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fantastic look at Necrons

solid story with excellent narration. If you like necrons even a little, pick this up.

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Amazing book

Very digestible for all 40k fans. the humor is great and the voice acting is amazing. Whether you're a fan of Necrons or not you will be after this.

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11/10

Great book, would recommend. The characters are engaging and the plot is amazing. Will be listening to this again.

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Fun action comedy over millenia

It is a fun action comedy that takes place over several millenia. The first half of the book feels very much like a spy vs spy sitcom, where every chapter the characters try to sabotage each other.
The book gives alot of insight into the working of necron society, but like most 40k books, be ready to search up an event or person on the internet to get more context on what is happening in the book.
Overall, the book was funny and the narrator performed well.

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Wonderful

The infinite and the divine was engaging and compelling to the last sentence. I thoroughly enjoyed listening. Hopefully they will continue on with this narrative, as I am left still wanting more. Wonderful, truly wonderful.

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Necrons aren't just Terminators in space.

made the necrons compelling and occasionally humorous. like to see a little humor in the grim dark future.

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