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really good fun, great narrator, hilarious AI.

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Reviewed: 17-12-2020

if your a fan of Sergeant Joe and his trusty tincan Skippy then look no further - this is good stuff.

charles armstrong might be BLs best new narrator!

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Reviewed: 13-08-2020

a great start to a new take on warhammer 40k planetlife
thanks chris wraight! p

first bad novel from warhammer horror

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Reviewed: 24-02-2020

I agree with the other reviewer (Quentin). this felt nothing like a horror story, and worse; it came incredibly close to feeling like a poor man's retelling of two much better (and still very recent) BL novels; Rites of Passage and House of Night & Chain. all three books feature what honesty feels like a whopping 70% similarity in story beats. seriously. they are that similar.

surely someone at Black Library should have been able to identify this earlier in the process when the novels were being sketched? very disappointing.

as a bonus for anyone who read this far though: let me recommend the EXCELLENT hortor novel 'Castle of Blood' by C.L Werner. a newer addition to the BL team and wow can he write. that book kicks ass. this one, sadly. does not.

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pls mister audible, let me download

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Reviewed: 23-01-2020

download is currently bugged, can successfully purchase and add to library, but cant actually listen to it. rip

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stick with ADB, French or Wraight.

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Reviewed: 15-05-2019

lots of interesting ideas, but constantly brakes 40k canon. like sentence by sentence. its as if he has the memory of goldfish. go checkout the most recent plague war book instead!

fantastic series, wonderfilly narrated

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Reviewed: 02-04-2019

the traitor sons series was incredible masters & mages is proving to be just as good! more more more!

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I really enjoyed this book = narration was 10/10

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Reviewed: 13-07-2018

this book came out of the left field for me and I have to say wow! what an excellent and self-contained little story it was! thumbs up. I want more!

a good 40k story in the vein of eisenhorn and co.

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Reviewed: 16-06-2018

a good 40k story in the vein of eisenhorn and ravenor, this time following a group of sisters of battle across the hives of an imperial world. actually full of several grey-area characters which was a nice surprise, and with several cool nods to the pre-heresy imperium. well narrated by emma gregory, who does a rather fantastic scottish accent!

give us more like this BL. thumbs up!