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09-02-17 07:21 AM
MontytheMighty Crackin' good read this was

Looking forward to the sequel
07-21-17 02:35 PM
Brother Lucian
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07-21-17 02:28 PM
Entarion
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Speculation
07-21-17 01:56 PM
Brother Lucian
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Great book from the beginning to the very end. It actually took me 295 pages to fully realize to what lore bit it was related. Story had good flow without blind spots. Throughout the book I thought this will be regular "traitor" inquisitor story but plot twist at the end made it great.

Parts with Custodes were majestic! Can't wait for Watchers of the Throne.

Can we make any conclusions because of what happened in the end ?
Speculation
07-21-17 01:41 PM
Entarion Great book from the beginning to the very end. It actually took me 295 pages to fully realize to what lore bit it was related. Story had good flow without blind spots. Throughout the book I thought this will be regular "traitor" inquisitor story but plot twist at the end made it great.

Parts with Custodes were majestic! Can't wait for Watchers of the Throne.

Can we make any conclusions because of what happened in the end ?
06-15-17 08:24 AM
Brother Lucian It will be obvious when you read it, but no, no other books are needed. This is the first book directly dealing with this particular codex blurb.
06-15-17 06:06 AM
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Finished it, very atmospheric. Terra in 40k is a frightening place. As for the plot itself, its ultimately related to a certain lorebit as I suspected it was. Though it feels like the author ran out of pages and had to wrap it up.
Without spoiling anything major, to what lorebit is this related ? Or better. Should I read any other book before Carrion Throne ?
06-01-17 07:08 PM
Knockagh I'm pretty confident this is a production issue they are sorting out. This is a new format they are trying which everyone loves the look of it's the robustness of the product. And I'm sure it's sortable.
While they replace them I can't complain too much.
I hate digital books so if they are giving out free books with them make mine a paperback?
06-01-17 01:35 PM
Entarion
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Holy shit the quality issues on these things are getting ridiculous. A 55€ book should be of sufficient quality to last at least one reading and not fucking fall apart just from being touched. At this point they might as well start throwing in the regular edition of the book just so we have a copy that we can actually read without fear of ruining it whilst the fragile as shits Limited Edition goes into an airtight glass cabinet so as to not fall apart.
I would actually appreciate at least free digital copy for every limited edition. I had put my replacement back to original box and put it to dark place never expect to open it again. Which is shame for such a beautiful book.

But airtight glass cabinet is actually great idea
06-01-17 07:13 AM
Doelago Holy shit the quality issues on these things are getting ridiculous. A 55€ book should be of sufficient quality to last at least one reading and not fucking fall apart just from being touched. At this point they might as well start throwing in the regular edition of the book just so we have a copy that we can actually read without fear of ruining it whilst the fragile as shits Limited Edition goes into an airtight glass cabinet so as to not fall apart.
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