Horus Heresy

Book Review

Fulgrim (Horus Heresy #5)

If you remember the previous book from the Horus Heresy series and my thoughts about it, you would surely remember how I praised the second half of the book. You also must remember how I said it was a half too long, very predictable, and boring in the first half with no substance to its core. Well, will I say the same about Fulgrim? Well… Sort of. Read on. Book […]

Bogdan Balostin
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Galaxy in Flames (Horus Heresy #3)

Another generic Warhammer science fantasy that is MANDATORY reading for those of us who already have read the first 2 books of the Horus Heresy trilogy (Horus Rising & False Gods). I am being overly critical but it is rightfully so. When you start a trilogy, you expect the quality to stay the same, or drop a little bit, but not drop so substantially that it feels you’re reading another […]

Bogdan Balostin
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False Gods (Horus Heresy #2)

An angry guyI’ll pretend to choose my own wayMore angry guys If you’ve read my thoughts on the previous entry in Horus Heresy, you know it really saved the Warhammer 40k universe. It was such a good book that let other authors continue the series in a very big way. So the second author in the series is Graham McNeill and what does he do first? He makes Horus a […]

Bogdan Balostin
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Horus Rising (Horus Heresy #1)

The very beginnings of the fall of HorusPhilosophical and political topics about the position of humanity in the galaxyReligion practiced in secret in the age of illumination There are two types of readers. Those who know Warhammer 40K and those who will know. So, let’s start with the boring introduction. Warhammer 40K is a miniature hobby board game released a long time ago in the UK that has gained an […]

Bogdan Balostin