Fulgrim

Fulgrim

by Graham McNeill

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Overview

Fulgrim by Graham McNeill

Book five in the New York Times bestselling series

Under the command of the newly appointed Warmaster Horus, the Great Crusade continues. Fulgrim, Primarch of the Emperor’s Children, leads his warriors into battle against a vile alien foe, unaware of the darker forces that have already set their sights upon the Imperium of Man. Loyalties are tested, and every murderous whim indulged as the Emperor’s Children take their first steps down the road to true corruption – a road that will ultimately lead them to the killing fields of Isstvan V...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781849708135
Publisher: Games Workshop
Publication date: 08/26/2014
Series: Horus Heresy Series , #5
Pages: 512
Sales rank: 77,902
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.50(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Graham McNeill is the author of seven Horus Heresy novels, most recently Vengeful Spirit and Angel Exterminatus, along with the New York Times bestseller A Thousand Sons. He has written a host of other novels for Black Library, including Warhammer 40,000 series based on the Ultramarines, the Iron Warriors and the Adeptus Mechanicus. His work in the Warhammer World includes The Legend of Sigmar for the Time of Legends, the second book of which, Empire, won the David Gemmell Legend Award. Originally hailing from Scotland, Graham now lives and works in Nottingham.

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Fulgrim 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
PainFrame More than 1 year ago
The only true paradises are those that are lost to us... I’m slowly developing the opinion that The Horus Heresy may be my current favorite science fiction universe, and this one, book 5 does nothing to discourage that idea. This one centers around the Emperor’s Children and it’s Primarch, hence the name. I really like how each Legion feels distinctly different. Not just different colored armor, but a real reflection of each Primarch, sometimes embracing a very different agenda and questionable tactics. It’s also cool that each Legion seems aware of the others only by reputation and gossip. We get to see how those preconceptions hold up to the real thing. It’s just one example of a tiny detail that shows how well thought out this universe is. Not to mention how impressive it is that each of these is written by a different author, but it still fells like it has the same voice. Huge in scope and concept, yet intimate and personal in conflict. Wonderful, I will read all of these again. And again.
Maverikk More than 1 year ago
WOW. This book took me by storm. Fulgrim is an evil genius but ultimately its the supporting characters that do this for me. The remembrancers and some of the 3rd legion captains really tie this story together to make it a beautiful train wreck.
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Cyllarus More than 1 year ago
The book was pretty good. I was very involved in the storyline, enough so that i was mad that evil was winning and was in a bad mood for the time i was reading the book.
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Ravenknight33 More than 1 year ago
Overall the Horus Heresy has been a good series but I didnt like the way that this book went. Personally, I think it is because Im not the biggest fan of the Emperor's Children as much as the other Legion's. I am finding that the rest of the series is awesome!
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Lee_Solt More than 1 year ago
Having started the Horus Heresy series I have been amazed on the "flow" from one author to another. This is a perfect example of storytellers weaving an intricate tapestry as a group. Rarely seen and even more rarely executed with zeal and superior material. Highly recommend this book and the entire series. Lee
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JimmyThaLord More than 1 year ago
The story steps aside from the series and shows the true, although sickening, side of the followers of Slanesh the Chaos God. Expect to "see" graphic content.