Fulgrim & Descent of Angels
I been trying to read the HH series in Order, but can't seem to find the Eisenstein one anywhere, so purchased Fulgrim and just finished it.
That book was just rough. In a good way I mean. I know it's the way of things in the 40K fluff, but it just blows my mind what he went through, and how eagerly he joined Horus's bandwagon. So was Ferrus the first primarch to die? (Not counting the 2 missing ones.)
I did appreciate how Fulgrim finally realized how bad he messed up. I was like FINALLY! Not to bright for a Primarch. But it's easy to say that as an unknown observer to the story. Anyways, I did enjoy it especially the Istavaan V attack. I'd heard only hushed whispers of how it went down, now it's nice to know what really happened.
So..I have to wonder..and it's probably the understatement of the year..but I assume the Emperor's Children and Iron Hands are... well the embodiement of rivals/enemies/foes.
As for the Descent of Angels I just picked it up a couple hours ago. I was never really a huge DA fan, but my interest is piqued regarding how they split and Caliban was blown up. And all that other juicy, fluffy goodness.