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12-17-17 07:00 PM
Brother Lucian I definitely want to see what mischief Fabius commits in his next outing with the lead he gets. I think few chaotic characters has been so gleefully endearing as dear Fabius.
12-17-17 06:48 PM
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Read clonelord yet, LoTN?
I have yes. Very impressed by all of it, especially the plotline you talk about in the spoiler tags. Really didn't see any of that coming, and how it ended blew my mind. One favourite moment was definitely on Solemnace when the dust forms a skull in the air before fading away and the Son of Horus says "You all saw that right?" Definitely a sequel that matches the original and may even surpass it, and more proof that Reynolds is as good with 40k as he is with Age of Sigmar.

Also loved all of Fabius's conversations with the Dreadnought, an unwilling traitor given up on life made for a very interesting character.


LotN
12-17-17 06:06 PM
Brother Lucian
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I would strongly endorse reading the book first. The spoiler is something you'll never believe.


LotN
Read clonelord yet, LoTN?
12-17-17 05:26 PM
Lord of the Night
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I so wanna read the spoiler but at the same time I wanna read the book first. I really liked the 1st one.
I would strongly endorse reading the book first. The spoiler is something you'll never believe.


LotN
12-17-17 04:50 PM
forkmaster I so wanna read the spoiler but at the same time I wanna read the book first. I really liked the 1st one.
12-09-17 08:52 PM
Brother Lucian
Clonelord by Josh Reynolds

https://www.blacklibrary.com/all-pro...ord-ebook.html



Fabius Bile: Clonelord

Fabius Bile Book 2
Drawn back into the deadly machinations of his former Legion, Fabius Bile finds his destiny lies in a forgotten world on the Eastern Fringe… a world called Solemnace.

READ IT BECAUSE
It's another outing for everyone's favourite mad scientist Space Marine, as he gets mixed back up with the Emperor's Children, and something altogether deadlier.


THE STORY
Once a loyal son of the Emperor’s Children, Fabius Bile now loathes those he once called brother. But when a former comrade requests his aid on a mission he cannot refuse, Bile is drawn once more into the sinister machinations of his former Legion. Now, accompanied by new allies and old enemies alike, Fabius Bile must travel deep into the wilds of the Eastern Fringe, in search of a world unlike any other. A world which might hold the key to his very survival. A world called Solemnace…

Written by Josh Reynolds.

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Read it earlier today, a very much worthy sequel to the first book. Kept me hooked from end to end. Even more links to the Talon of Horus.
Seems a bit uncertain to when the book is set in the timeline in relation to m40, seemed like centuries after the first book initially. But also noticed a comment of working for ten thousand years, which mightve been a slip? Who knows.

I rate the book as a solid 9/10, engaging characters and a twisted storyline with twists and suprises.

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