False Gods

False Gods The human Imperium stands at its height of glory thousands of worlds have been brought to heel by the conquering armies of mankind At the peak of his powers Warmaster Horus wields absolute control bu
  • Title: False Gods
  • Author: Graham McNeill
  • ISBN: 9781844163700
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • False Gods
    The human Imperium stands at its height of glory thousands of worlds have been brought to heel by the conquering armies of mankind At the peak of his powers, Warmaster Horus wields absolute control but can even he resist the corrupting whispers of Chaos
    False Gods By Graham McNeill,

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    Hailing from Scotland, Graham McNeill narrowly escaped a career in surveying to work for Games Workshop as a games designer He has a strong following with his novels Nightbringer, Warriors of Ultramar, Dead Sky, Black Sun and Storm of Iron.

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  • Still not sure if this book is better or worse than first one but it s still a bloody good fun Writing in this book is notch bellow first one So far I got the impression that Abnett is better writer than McNeil, his dialogs and characters where enjoyable On the other hand story in this book is at much interesting place Horus rising was of prolog while this book deals with events that lead to Horus becoming aligned with Chaos and starts setting the stage for the main events and great civil war [...]


  • Of all the books on the Warhammer 40K universe, the Horus Heresy series ranks among the best out there Book Two follows in the tour de force style of the first volume The infamous events of the fall of the Warmaster continues After the events of the first book and the corrupted evil sword was stolen, by Erebus, and caused a war between the Interrex and the Imperium The events surrounding Jubal the Space Marine that was possessed are causing people to begin to view the Emperor as a God The Divine [...]


  • I was there the day that Horus fellThe opening trilogy of the Horus Heresy is still one of the best parts of the saga, and re reading it after ten years is still a blast My knowledge of Warhammer 40000 lore grown a lot in this time, and knowing now what is going to happen to characters in their future adds a lot of pleasure and entertainment to the reading.Kharn, Magnus, Fabius, Angron, Lucius and so on I m so happy this is not just a list of names for me view spoiler And if you read Graham McNe [...]


  • Science and religion collide breaking friendships and brotherhoods alike This is a reread of the Horus Heresy series I ve been slowly buying the Premium edition hardback books So given this, I wanted to mention how beautiful the embossed cover is under the dust jack It portrays the image you can see on the cover picture Rather neat Black Library has also added four images per novel, that pertain to a particular scene in the novel The thing is, there very cartoonish I m not a fan of Karl Richards [...]


  • Lots of filler n shit in this one, but there was some fun action and it s hard to not have fun in a universe as motherfucking over the top as 40k s More to come if and when I feel like writing about 40k stuff, which will probably be never because I already have an obscene backlog.


  • This is the second in the Horus Heresy series from Black Library The blurb from the back is as follows The Great Crusade that has taken humanity into the stars continues The Emperor of Mankind has handed the reins of command to his favoured son, the Warmaster Horus Yet all is not well in the armies of the Imperium Horus is still battling against the jealousy and resentment of his brother primarchs and, when he is injured in combat on the planet Davin, he must also battle his inner daemons With a [...]


  • Well shit, that escalated fast I knew it was coming, but Horus went from a likable hero to a first rate douche bag in a couple hundred pages All I have to say is Torgaddon better not die in the next book he s my favorite.


  • I faltered a few times reading this book, due, not to the fault of the author, but rather to my own trepidation that the story unfolding ahead might fail to be convincing under the weight of import this stage in the series has for the whole WH40K universe My fears were not realised, however, as the subtle shifts unveiled in characters between book 1 Horus Rising and this book were well implemented between two different authors, I might add , and helped spread the gravity of events thinly and as [...]


  • Two books into the Horus Heresy and two great stories down.I actually found this one even better than Horus Rising but there is no sixth star to give it for the way the novel plays with the concept of truth There are parts when I m so twisted around by what the character s are seeing and doing that even I don t know who s good and who s evil, and given that I go into this thinking I know everything about this setting that s a pretty amazing thing It was a little slower to get going than Horus Ri [...]


  • False Gods is the second installment in the Warhammer 40K novels It is in essence very much a 2nd book in that while very enjoyment the action essentially connects the 1st book to the next and doesn t really contain much of a standalone story In prose and plot however I felt that False Gods was precise and efficient than Horus Rising, the pacing was steady and the action fairly rip roaring In terms of the basic experience of reading it I enjoyed False Gods , however Horus Rising I felt had dep [...]


  • The Heresy takes roots indeed Impressive novel by Graham McNeil Defenders of Ulthuan which really ignites the Horus Heresy saga Masterful symbolism is fundamental for the sorcerous system of the setting, which is great, always nice to see that the author did his homework when creating magic Plot is of a slow downfall of a single man and of the whole Imperium and reminds me of my favorite Deathstalker Return by Simon R Green although it is even darker and with smaller hope Strongly recommended


  • Second in the 45 book series, but fantastic I ve loved the mythos of the Game s Workshop s Warhammer 40k universe, and this detailed rendering of the Horus Heresy is exciting, shocking, and filled with intrigue.


  • This book starts pretty slow but gets better and better throughout, culminating in a somewhat gripping finale All in all, it s no Dan Abnett but the storyline is well developed and definitely key as this is where we learn how exactly Horus got tainted by Chaos I had wished to learn about the war with the interex but the only thing we get is a one line they were beaten explanation in the middle of the book Seeing how Horus Rising ended with a desperate extraction of the warmaster from interex sp [...]


  • This is the second in the Horus Heresy series a series numbering 12 or 15 volumes in the Warhammer 40,000 universe Warhammer 40,000 is a popular tabletop miniature war game published by Gamers Workshop The main selling point of these books are the military sci fi setting The writing chores are handled by different authors but in the prologue of Horus Rising Dan Abnett wrote of how they worked as a team This is necessary in a tale as sprawling as this one and it explains the consistency in style [...]


  • Whereas Horus Rising was the slow burn start to this storyline, this book is where things really start to hit the fan While I liked the first book, and appreciated what it did for the story, this book is certainly the exciting of the two.But first, let s call a duck a duck I feel like it must be stated in all of these reviews at their heart, these are ridiculous power fantasies there s hardly a chapter that goes by where the strength and majesty of the Astartes or the Primarchs isn t drawn to a [...]



  • ah the turning point this is where the good guy turns bad and the end of the galaxy as the warriors of the sons of horus this was good in all the right places and ended up giving you a sense of dread for the characters you end up caring about.


  • Things get much worse in universe as book two in the Horus Heresy ramps things up to eleven There is not much to say without giving spoilers.Personally I did not enjoy it as much as the first book because I would have liked things to go a slower slower beforewelllets not get into spoilers Still I look forward to reading the next book in this thrilling series If you liked the first book then you should like this one Think of it as Game of Thrones in space.


  • False Gods by Graham McNeill was a fantastic follow up to Dan Abnett s Horus Rsisng It takes the tale of introduction Horus and his legion and some of their brothers , and making him fall.The book begins with the newly re named Sons of Horus leaving the Interex, and making for Davin at the behest of the Word Bearers Legion Davin, a world brought into compliance some 6 decades ago, seems to have revolted against the Imperium, and Erebus makes sure to make things nice and personal so Horus leads t [...]


  • This is my second time reading this book, and I have to say, I enjoyed it as much as I did reading the first time.McNeill has done a wonderful job continuing the story of the Horus Heresy from the first novel of the series The story flows nicely, Horus slow decent into the dark side is handled well, and the inner conflicts among the space marines is believable and understandable The story has good pacing to it, taking the reader from one moment to the next Though there is less action at least it [...]


  • This is the second book in the Horus Heresy series, and I m still eager to continue the series I ve stated before that I m a big fan of the 40K universe, and this series reveals one of the core foundations for that setting As with the first book we learn about the Warmaster, and follow his descent into heresy.The story delves a bit deeper into Horus personality, and in particular the seeds for his fall The mechanisms weren t unexpected, but it did have some surprises It certainly sets the scene [...]


  • The only WH40K books I have read have been by Dan Abnett and so after reading the first book in the Horus Heresy I put off continuing for a long time I worried no one else would make me love this gritty, Gothic, military sci fi world quite like Abnett does I was so wrong to fear.Graham McNeill does a fine job of all the action, pulp horror, brotherhood, duty, and the insidiousness of Choas that is Warhammer And there were few inconsistencies between my favorite characters from the first book tho [...]


  • While this book sets the stage for the conflict around which the rest of the series revolves there was one thing which ruins it somewhat for me The fallibility of the primarches They are breed to be leaders and brilliant military minds, to have intellects of such stature as to mastermind imperial expansion on a galactic scale They are even at least 200 years old Yet they are petty and frequently let their tempers, their peevishness, and their general moodiness hamstring them They make choices th [...]


  • Second book in the Horus Heresy series of Warhammer 40K novels This book details the events that led to Horus turn from the Emperor, and his alliance with the dark forces of Chaos.We witness the growing split between the brotherhood of warriors that we see in the WH novels set centuries in the future Much of this we see through the eyes of Garviel Loken, an Astartes captain of the Lunar Wolves, also called the Sons of Horus Loken finds himself questioning the actions of Horus and the motives for [...]


  • As a fan of 40k fiction for close to twenty years now I never thought any author could really do justice to the huge scale and depth of history How wrong I was Book two of series, False Gods, carries on with the narrative of Horus treachery, the conspiracies growing within the Imperium and builds the weight of expectancy for what we know will become of it Expertly done and with a vision of the Heresy that exceeds that of my own imagination and expectation I look forward to the first page of part [...]


  • Un excelente libro de ciencia ficci n b lica.Las batallas son sangrientas y bastante picas, al mismo tiempo que desarrolla una historia de intrigas escrita excelentemente bien Me a gustado mucho y definitivamente seguir leyendo estas novelas Warhammer 40k es genial.


  • This is the book where the worm turns, and Horus basically declares war on the Imperium of man.Also quite notable for the fact that you realize Magnus and the Thousand Sons were pretty much screwed over.


  • Excelente, es todo lo que puedo comentar acerca de este libro Cada p gina es m s cautivante que la anterior Un reflejo de la historia humana que es y, que lo m s probable, de lo que vendr.



  • view spoiler SPOILER ALERT Enjoyed Would Read Again Enjoyed Not Bad Didn t Like Didn t finishDisclaimer Even though this review is open for everyone to see due to the nature of Please note that this review notes are just for my own personal use and shouldn t be taken as a genuine reviewTHE WORLDITERATORS the people that persuade new world s to join the imperium LECTIO DIVINITATUS The group that claim the Emperor to be a god KHORNE Blood DeamonSLANNESH NURGLE plague deamon THE CHARACTERSPRIMARCHS [...]


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