Prospero Burns by Dan AbnettProspero Burns by Dan Abnett

Prospero Burns

byDan Abnett

Mass Market Paperback | August 26, 2014

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Book fifteen in the New York Times bestselling series

The Emperor is enraged. Primarch Magnus the Red, of the Thousand Sons Legion, has made a catastrophic mistake and endangered the safety of Terra. With no other choice, the Emperor charges Leman Russ, Primarch of the Space Wolves, with the apprehension of his brother from the Thousand Sons' home world of Prospero. This planet of sorcerers will not be easy to overcome, but Russ and his Space Wolves are not easily deterred. With wrath in his heart, Russ is determined to bring Magnus to justice and the events that decide the fate of Prospero are set in motion.
Dan Abnett is the author of the Horus Heresy novels The Unremembered Empire, Know No Fear and Prospero Burns, the last two of which were both New York Times bestsellers. He has written almost fifty novels, including the acclaimed Gaunt’s Ghosts series, and the Eisenhorn and Ravenor trilogies. He scripted Macragge’s Honour, the first Ho...
Title:Prospero BurnsFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 6.7 × 4.2 × 1.2 inPublished:August 26, 2014Publisher:Games WorkshopLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1849708223

ISBN - 13:9781849708227

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Perfect Novel My only fault with this novel was how quickly I finished it. Mr. Abnett does what he always does best, an intense character driven story.
Date published: 2011-03-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Irrelevant to the Heresy Despite being a book in the Horus heresy storyline, this book has more than half just filler. Dan Abnett writes great, but I didn't get this book to read 300 pages about Space Wolves habitat and personalities. I was hoping to read more about Russ and Magnus, and Prospero... Burning. Very Boring, Very Disappointed.
Date published: 2011-02-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great disappointment I have been a fan of the series since the beginning. When I had heard about this title and the storyline I was excited. Unfortunately it was a great disappointment. The first three hundred pages are filler and contribute almost nothing to the Horus storyline. This could have been written as "Tales of the Wolves" and had nothing to do with Horus. If you are a fan of the series and need to read it, I suggest turning to page 300 and start from that point. You will not have missed anything.
Date published: 2011-01-11