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read Resurrection mobi ☆ Hardcover Î hannahredhead ☆ Book 1 in the Horusian Wars seriesSummoned to an inuisitorial conclave Inuisitor Covenant believes he has uncovered an agent of Chaos and prepares to denounce the heretic Talicto before his fellowsREAD IT BECAUSEJohn French shines a spotlight on the Inuisition in G to madness and rebellion and the great war machine of the Imperium is moving to counter the threat Amongst its agents is Inuisitor Covenant Puritan psyker expert swordsman he reserves an especial hatred for those of his order who would seek to harness the power of Ruin as a weapon Summoned to an inuisitorial conclave Covenant believes he has uncovered such a misguided agent and prepares to denounce the heret The first novel in a new series that has already seen a few introductory short stories this joins Covenant and his acolytes partway through their hunt for a fellow inuisitor a radical named Talicto A rare gathering of his peers provides Covenant with an opportunity to confront Talicto but with so many inuisitors gathered in one place events inevitably don’t go uite to plan And so begins a story of conflicting ideologies and murky loyalties of hidden conflicts taking place while the galaxy burnsComplex and uncompromising this isn’t your usual easy Black Library read although it nails the fundamental tone and vibe of 40k in a way that few others do Read the full review at

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Book 1 in the Horusian Wars seriesSummoned to an inuisitorial conclave Inuisitor Covenant believes he has uncovered an agent of Chaos and prepares to denounce the heretic Talicto before his fellowsREAD IT BECAUSEJohn French shines a spotlight on the Inuisition in his own inimitable style delving into the grim darkness of the far future as never beforeTHE STORYWar rages in the Caradryad Sector Worlds are fallin Deus uem punire vult dementat Whom God wishes to destroy he first makes mad Once again we dwell in the corner of InuisitionJohn French one of the most talented BL authors provided us with the new insight into the dark corners of the far Galaxy and it's most pridefulsinful and opportunistic protectors Inuisitors The Horusian Wars Resurrection follows the new mainstream from GW the times of change gathering storm Noctis Aeterna and everything that follows Which makes it's own corrections to the narrative of the story For the full understanding of the setting characters and events leading to the The Horusian Wars Resurrection it is highly recommended that you 'readers' will take your time and read the lead in shorts released before the novel appearance The Blessing of Saints special story for the LE The Purity of Ignorance The Maiden of the Dream Absolution of swords intended to push you deep into the company psyche and ideals while providing a first glimpse as to what they would be doing into the main novel So let's delve into the abyss Light spoilers ahead NarrativeThe first novel in a new let's hope a long running series almost solely focuses on Covenant and his acolytes partway through their hunt for a fellow inuisitor a radical inuisitor named Talicto Previous shorts provide some glimpses on the steps that needed to be taken to apprehend the 'heretic' Which eventually leads to a truly uniue and rare gathering of Inuisition A Conclave which should provide Covenant with an opportunity to denounce Talicto for his sins and transgressions But as the BL novel blurp says 'with so many inuisitors gathered in one place events inevitably don’t go uite to plan' All that is happening during the time of 'darkness despair and chaos ascendant' With the warp storms wracking the Imperium Chaos in ascendancy and things becoming and fractured and under pressure in such a big galaxy you still can be focused on some focal events and locations It's apocalypse tomorrow And John used it in full In recent interviews he talked a lot about his investigation into the threats to civilization terrorist attacks biochemical weapons etc Add to that a grandeur view into the churning wheels of the Inuisition circles with a good explanation to the inuisition ideologies clubs Horusians and Thorians due to being the main players in the novel take the main stage for the drama And thus a tale of suspense investigation and running out of time plays out From the moment the Conclave is broken attacked and almost totally purged the story start running with a feel of despair loneliness and the birthmarks of something horrible to happen As a usual master of suspense and John French is truly a wonderful 'pupil' of Lovecraft the story immerse you into the depths of abyss With terror despair chaos and death mixed and built into a shrine to the universe nobody of us will want to live in Each story of John contain even a little glimpse of depression and wrong choices this one is not an exclusion to the rule And French do this masterfully By the end of The Horusian Wars Resurrection you will be glad that you live on this shining and lovely planet And that you are not a small cog in the churning wheel of the grimdark W4041K The other

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ResurrectionIc Talicto before his fellows But when the gathering is attacked and many left dead in its wake Covenant vows to hunt down Talicto and discover the truth behind the mysterious cult apparently at the heart of the massacre the Unseen In the murky plot into which he is drawn Covenant knows only one thing for certain trust no oneWritten by John FrenchAudiobook running time 10 hours 14 minutesNarrated by John Banks You can read the full review over at my blog Imperial Inuisition is not a faction that can be understood in simple terms These agents of the Imperium have a broad remit and their ultimate governing authority is none but the Emperor himself As such given their wide areas of expertise and interest and personal biases and what not they are a disparate group of individuals who surround themselves with varying amounts of temporal power Yet we've seen some remarkable characters over the years such as Dan Abnett's Eisenhorn and Ravenor or Sandy Mitchell's Amberly Vail or Rob Sanders' Czevak or Chris Wraight's Crowl among others They are fascinating characters and I always look forward to reading about themWith John French's Resurrection however I was left disappointed Ostensibly the novel is about Inuisitor Covenant as he leads his DD style party to uncover a cabal of Chaos serving Inuisitors within the Caradryad Sector but we got to see so little of the man himself and the story was often tedious and overrun with dozens of viewpoints that it become a tiring read I didn't have too many expectations of the novel as I wasn't particularly aware of Covenant's existence within the lore nor had I kept up with all the recent changes within the setting so Resurrection proved to be a rough adjustmentThe novel starts with a massive Inuisitorial Conclave that brings together Inuisitors from across the Caradryad Sector To my knowledge Dan Abnett was the first author to establish these in his Eisenhorn novels and they are always a great narrative element in Inuisition stories The one convened by John French is no different in scope and remit Some incredibly powerful agents of the Inuisition attend this conclave and of course everything goes to hell as such things are wont to do And this kicks off some really interesting events as Inuisitor Covenant hunts down those responsible for the failure of the ConclaveIn many ways Resurrection is no different to Dan Abnett's third Eisenhorn novel Both protagonists are driven on by revenge on a personal level and journey from one system to another to hunt their enemies And both Inuisitors have fanatically devoted agents of their own who cover up for their master's faults As such there was certainly a lot of depth to Covenant's people and they came across as really interesting characters particularly the priest Josef the von Castellan siblings and the former battle sister Severita who all got a ton of page time throughout the novel Conversely we saw very little of Covenant himself John divided the unfolding narrative through way too many characters and as such it was as if there was no actual key protagonist in Resurrection despite the perceptions generated That was definitely not a good thing because it meant that the story was always just shy of a certain coherency and direction that it would have had otherwise