Originally Posted by Angel of Blood
So do we think the "wishes himself dead" line, links up with Angron saying virtually the exact same line in Betrayer or that it's just co-incidence. Also potentially the prisoner Night Haunter got Perturabo to make him a prison maze for.
I'd assume so as this was posted on Nick Kyme's blog
Q. Vulkan Lives. Other than the obvious, what can we expect from this?
Without giving the story away, it’s a two pronged narrative in which a double storyline interweaves with the other. It features several primarchs, most prominently Vulkan and Konrad Kurze, and as such the story examines the relationship between these two characters, chipping away at the psyche of both. There’s the return of some classic characters from the series (not all mine, it has to be said) and very little of the story itself is set on Isstvan V, although the resonance of what happened there does inform e narrative to a large degree. ‘Vulkan Lives’, ‘Scorched Earth’ and ‘Promethean Sun’ all connect. And my final little reveal is that this novel leads in to Dan’s ‘Unremebered Empire’, which directly follows it on the schedule and sets up a major story thread in that book.