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Finished going through it, a goodly bit of disappointment. Essentially a collection of HH shorties released during digital mondays which I already have read. Also including the previously LE story brotherhood of the storm which I have as well.

Only redeeming grace was the prose version of several audio dramas, which had my interest as I cannot hear the mp3s due to my hearing problems.
 

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I'm eager for opinions on the short stories.

I already own Brotherhood of the Storm, so I'm inclined to skip this one. Unless the shorts are all amazing.
 

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Just finished it, skipped most of it as I had already read them. Very disappointed I should have looked closer at what was in it before buying it I didn't realise there was nothing new it.
 

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Brotherhood of the Storm – Chris Wraight
Serpent – John French
Hunter’s Moon – Guy Haley
Veritas Ferrum – David Annandale
Riven – John French
Strike and Fade – Guy Haley
Honour to the Dead – Gav Thorpe
Butcher’s Nails – Aaron Dembski-Bowden
Warmaster – John French
Kryptos – Graham McNeill
Wolf’s Claw – Chris Wraight
Thief of Revelations – Graham McNeill
The Divine Word – Gav Thorpe
Lucius, the Eternal Blade – Graham McNeill
The Eightfold Path – Anthony Reynolds
Guardian of Order – Gav Thorpe
Heart of the Conqueror – Aaron Dembski-Bowden
Censure – Nick Kyme
Lone Wolf – Chris Wraight
Child of Night – Extract (just a teaser version of the ebook of the same name, barely one page)
 

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Could you tell us what Heart of the Conquerer is about?
Tis a 1000-word short about the final Navigator on-board the Conquerer, post Angron's Ascension.


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Brotherhood of the Storm – Chris Wraight - Read it.
Serpent – John French - Not read it.
Hunter’s Moon – Guy Haley - Listened to it.
Veritas Ferrum – David Annandale - Not listened to it.
Riven – John French - Read it.
Strike and Fade – Guy Haley - Not listened to it.
Honour to the Dead – Gav Thorpe - Listened to it.
Butcher’s Nails – Aaron Dembski-Bowden - Listened to it.
Warmaster – John French - Not listened to it.
Kryptos – Graham McNeill - Not read it.
Wolf’s Claw – Chris Wraight - Not listened to it.
Thief of Revelations – Graham McNeill - Listened to it.
The Divine Word – Gav Thorpe - Read it.
Lucius, the Eternal Blade – Graham McNeill - Not listened to it.
The Eightfold Path – Anthony Reynolds - Not listened to it.
Guardian of Order – Gav Thorpe - Not listened to it.
Heart of the Conqueror – Aaron Dembski-Bowden - Not read it.
Censure – Nick Kyme - Listened to it.
Lone Wolf – Chris Wraight - Read it.
Not greatly impressed but these anthology releases are necessary with all the eShorts and eNovellas they are releasing lately. I am not displeased by the release of this book as I would be unhappier if all of these stories remained only available on the internet, just means we have to wait a bit longer for some new Heresy stuff.


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Serpent – John French
Hunter’s Moon – Guy Haley
Riven – John French
Honour to the Dead – Gav Thorpe
Wolf’s Claw – Chris Wraight
Thief of Revelations – Graham McNeill
The Divine Word – Gav Thorpe
Heart of the Conqueror – Aaron Dembski-Bowden
Child of Night – Extract
Only those in marked here are of interest as I haven't read them, and the rest which is still here is because they are the written version of the audios. It's a shame the full version of Child of the Night wasn't included.

Read most of those, and I'm certainly not paying for BotS again. I'll save my cash for when Death and Defiance becomes available to download.
My thoughts exactly.

Not greatly impressed but these anthology releases are necessary with all the eShorts and eNovellas they are releasing lately. I am not displeased by the release of this book as I would be unhappier if all of these stories remained only available on the internet, just means we have to wait a bit longer for some new Heresy stuff.
Necessary yes, but I think they should have included these in an anthology first in tree-format, and then released in digital format for those who prefer it. Not sold as single shorts for everyone to collect separately. I would have preferred to get them collect in one book (like Tales of Heresy, Age of Darkness and Mark of Calth). I hate paying twice for the same story.
 
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