The Unremembered Empire by Dan AbnettThe Unremembered Empire by Dan Abnett

The Unremembered Empire

byDan Abnett

Mass Market Paperback | July 29, 2014

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Believing Terra has already fallen to the Warmaster, Primarch Roboute Guilliman founds the Imperium Secundus.

Far out on the Eastern Fringe, the realm of Ultramar stands alone. Having weathered the Word Bearers’ attack on Calth and the subsequent Shadow Crusade against the Five Hundred Worlds, the Ultramarines primarch Roboute Guilliman now draws all loyalist forces to Macragge as he contemplates a new future for mankind. With the arrival of more and more fugitives from the war that has engulfed the rest of the galaxy, all distinction between friend and foe is lost – isolated from Terra by fearsome warp storms, is Guilliman making a bid for power to rival even the renegade Warmaster Horus?
Dan Abnett is a multiple New York Times bestselling author and an award-winning comic book writer. He has written over forty novels, including the acclaimed Gaunt’s Ghosts series and the Eisenhorn and Ravenor trilogies. His Horus Heresy novel Prospero Burns topped the SF charts in the UK and the US. In addition to writing for Black Lib...
Title:The Unremembered EmpireFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:416 pages, 6.7 × 4.2 × 1 inPublished:July 29, 2014Publisher:Games WorkshopLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1849706921

ISBN - 13:9781849706926

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent writing, makes Ultramarines likeable Dan Abnett is one of the best Black Library authors, and he manages to prove it once again with this novel. He makes Ultramarines and Guilliman enjoyable to read about, which is difficult after Matt Ward put them so high on a pedestal and made the Smurfs the most irritating to hear about chapter of Astartes. As is common for Abnett's writing, this novel starts off a little slowly, it builds on the state of affairs and the pressure on Guilliman's psych. He is at conflict with the practical necessities of maintaining a functional Imperium, whether its the original one, or founding a second. By the time you hit the second half of the novel, the initial build-up really pays off. It becomes faster paced and you will find it difficult to put the novel down. I'd recommend reading this novel after reading Know No fear, as you will miss out on some key points. Also an appearance from a main character from Know No Fear will leave you confused as to the importance of the character if you haven't read it.
Date published: 2017-08-16