I personally didnt like Prospero Burns. There is one scene in particular I am thinking of, very repetitive, I nearly found myself skipping it out. The main thing I didn't enjoy is, for me at least, it did little to counteract the view of the space wolves as presented in ATS. And as you can imagine in ATS there are a number of scenes that really make the Sons look kick-ass at the expense of the Wolves. I would have liked to have seen more of the battle at the end of the book to really show off why the wolves were sent after Magnus. I feel Russ himself was fairly well done but the Wolves came across as inferior for me. My finding from the duology was that the battle for Prospero was for the Thousand Sons to lose rather than the Space Wolves to win
Do not disallusion yourself brothers, today we die, our bodies broken and our souls shattered, we will be remembered as corpses on a battlefield.Raise hell my brothers for one day our great Father will hear of our struggle, and he will be honoured to call us his Sons. In death our Glory shall become eternal.' Karik Farron, 1st Lord of the Dark Scorchers at the Fall of Kempar.
'like a blind man in a dark room trying to find a black cat that isn't there'-imntdead