I'd have to disagree
if, say, 50% of Prospero Burns were about, y'know, the burning of Prospero, it still wouldn't be pointless
only small portions of the siege were covered in A Thousand Sons (mainly concentrating on several of the Thousand Son captains), there was a lot of room for expansion from the Wolves' point of view
most of A Thousand Sons was not about the actual siege...Prospero Burns could focus on the military actions of the siege (from the Wolves' POV) without being redundant
A book focusing on the actual burning of Prospero could work very well, and wouldn't have to be bolter porn (ADB's Helsreach was entirely about the siege of Armageddon and it worked well)
Last edited by MontytheMighty; 12-28-11 at 09:35 PM.