Ahriman: The Omnibus

Ahriman: The Omnibus

by John French


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ISBN-13: 9781784965099
Publisher: Games Workshop
Publication date: 05/09/2017
Series: Ahriman Series
Pages: 880
Sales rank: 407,200
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.50(h) x 2.30(d)

About the Author

John French has written several Horus Heresy stories, including the novellas The Crimson Fist and Tallarn: Executioner, the short novel Tallarn: Ironclad, and the audio dramas Templar, Grey Angel and Warmaster. He is the author of the Ahriman trilogy, which comprises the novels Ahriman: Exile, Ahriman: Sorcerer and Ahriman: Unchanged, plus a number of related short stories. He has also written the Space Marine Battles novella Fateweaver. He lives and works in Nottingham, UK.

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Ahriman: The Omnibus 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RAZIII More than 1 year ago
John French is one of the highly exclusive circle of traditional authors who are able to contribute material to the WH40k mythology. Although the fate of Magnus and his sons is ultimately a footnote to both the outcome of Horus's rebellion and thus subsequently to the major forces at play in the 41st Millennium there is still much to be gleaned here for we few dedicated scholars of the subject. Ahriman is one of the most powerful Astartes, either loyalist or traitor, to have ever existed. His tale, like that of his gene sire Magnus the Red, is fraught with danger, betrayal, pragmatism and power. As much as he, Magnus and their fellow Thousand Sons try and carve out there own destiny, in a cruel universe, the more they find themselves insnared in the infinently complex webs of Tzeentch. Although not necessary for the casual 40k reader to have a decent understanding of the major events of the Heresy and its consequences to both the Imperium of Man or the Universe writ large it is ripe fodder for anyone whose desires knowledge especially of the workings of Chaos, events in the Eye following the Scouring, Chaos warbands of traitor marines and their unique culture and motivations, the Rubric and the fate of the Thousand Sons and much more. I recommend it to any true fan of the subject matter.