The Primarchs


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    The Primarchs is the 20th and ultimate chapter of the marathon The Horus Heresy novel series. It is a contemporary science fiction novel series. The specific novel is a collection of 4 different novellas, which are written individually by Graham McNeill, Nick Kyme, Gav Thorpe and Rob Sanders. Graham and Gav have made other significant contributions as well in other chapters of The Horus Heresy novel series. For the narration of these 4 novels, it was brilliantly done individually for all the novels by Gareth Armstrong, Jonathan Keeble, Sean Barrett and David Timson.


    Crafted in the own image of the Emperor, the primarchs were long thought about themselves to be actually the masters of their destiny and as well as the princes of the universe. They took charge of the Space Marine Legions to their desirable and glorious conquest of the galaxy. There was no way that the enemy of the Imperium could make any move against them in any possible way. But, even in opposition to this great brotherhood, the ground for dissent was set long before the time when the treacherous Warmaster Horus has gone to declare his heresy.

    The novella will give you the opportunity this time to discover the deepest and greatest mysteries of the primarchs. Also, to find out that who has got the full control of the body of Fulgrim. Is it daemon or just himself? What actually happens when Alpha Legion initiates a hard battle against itself?

    A couple of quality novels from the group of authors include False Gods and Mechanicum. Both are contemporary science fiction novels and part of The Horus Heresy novel series as well.


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