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A thoroughly enjoyable read.Many expansive,set-piece battles had an almost cinematic quality to them (although perhaps every reader "sees" the action unfold in his mind during such moments).

A great deal of detail was put into the logistics and technique behind the static,trench and artillery aspect of warfare.As well as deeper insight into the ambition and power-playing that drives the Traitor Legions.Even though I don`t like Chaos as a whole,and the truly faithful Legions of Chaos,I came to understand and maybe even respect Honsou`s rise to power within the Iron Warriors.

Memorable scenes involve the action of one lonely,outnumbered,outgunned and outclassed imperial trooper and the spectacular result of his action after an exciting cat-and-mouse game with the enemy and a subsequent chase.Or the transformation from victim to fearless powerhouse of another trooper,after a series of soulgrinding experiences that fully capture the psychological face of war`s hellish properties.Or the steadfast courage,honor and dignity of the defenders in front of their imminent oblivion.Also,the description of ascendence to Daemonhood was very well written.
 
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