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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Brotherhood of the Storm by Chris Wraight. Brotherhood of the Storm 3. In the ork-held territory of Chondax, a bitter war has been raging since the Triumph at Ullanor, and only now do the sons of Chogoris return their gaze to the heavens Hardcover , Limited Edition , pages. The Horus Heresy Novella. Jaghatai Khan , Targutai Yesugei. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Brotherhood of the Storm , please sign up.
Be the first to ask a question about Brotherhood of the Storm. Lists with This Book. Nov 03, Fabian Scherschel rated it it was amazing Shelves: A very nice novella. I'm really happy I got the signed limited edition, it was well worth it. A must read for any fan of the White Scars.
This book explains the history, habits and fighting style of the legion and its primarch in detail and it does so while spinning an intriguing tale between three very different characters. You will see the White Scars from their own perspectives and from that of an outsider from the Imperial Army as well as witnessing a meeting between the Khan and Horus.
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All A very nice novella. All very well done. The story also starts to explain what the White Scars where up to while the Heresy began and how they missed a lot of it. Note the hint about the Alpha Legion symbol buried deep in the story, that will be important in the future, I'm sure. View all 4 comments. Nov 27, Mhoram rated it it was amazing. While the story has little to do with the Heresy itself, being about a war of extermination against Orks, this novella was a fantastic little read. The White Scars are portrayed in a far more nuanced and enjoyable way than any other book before it has done, and does a marvellous job of providing insight into their culture, both the Terrans and the Chogorians.
It also drops a couple of hints at conflict to come within the Legion, which I imagine will feature in Chris Wraight's novel "Scars", but While the story has little to do with the Heresy itself, being about a war of extermination against Orks, this novella was a fantastic little read. It also drops a couple of hints at conflict to come within the Legion, which I imagine will feature in Chris Wraight's novel "Scars", but sadly I'll not be reading that until October at minimum.
The Khan himself does feature briefly near the end of the novella, but the primary characters are two of his captains, one Chogorian and one Terran, and the focus is on the different ways they think and fight, and what they learn from each other as warriors. There are also sections devoted to a mortal human attempting to gain attachment to the White Scars after the triumph at Ullanor, and here we see some much-needed interaction between Horus and the Khan, as well as gaining somewhat of a retroactive explanation for why the White Scars Stormseer in "A Thousand Sons" by Graham McNeill spoke like a racist stereotype.
For this I was very glad indeed. While the plot of the book in and of itself is not amazingly powerful, the cultural insights and impressive character development in such a short book were very impressive, and I really cannot think of anything I dislike about the book save the cover art. I had not read anything written by Chris Wraight before this, and he utterly blew me away. I have a near-constant desire to go back and re-read it. Well done, Mr Wraight. Sep 23, Dylan Murphy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Brotherhood of the Storm is the first piece to really go in to the culture of the White Scars fairly late in the series, being over 22 books into the series , and it was amazing.
Chris Wraight did a damned good job on building the culture of the V Legion. They are immensely fun to read about, and their way of war at least the Brotherhood of the Storm's is a crazy good time! The novella was told from many perspectives, and the layout of the story telling was awesome!
Getting to see how Chogorian Brotherhood of the Storm is the first piece to really go in to the culture of the White Scars fairly late in the series, being over 22 books into the series , and it was amazing. And finally seeing Jaghatai Khan was great. He is a breathe of fresh air in the Heresy, and I really can't wait to see more of him!
Though I fear the changes that it will bring! It is a joy to read. Dec 11, Stefan Fergus rated it really liked it. This would serve as a good introduction to them it was a limited edition novella released quite a bit before Wraight's full-length Heresy novel. Still a great read if you read the novel first. Mar 01, Veronica Anrathi rated it really liked it Shelves: I enjoyed this novella. No mind blowing plot twists, but a good insight on White Scars, the way they fight, think, their traditions.
Loved the fact that they were presented to us from different perspectives - both from inside the legion and from an outside observer.
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Introduces a few key characters and gives a little more background to the Legion. Dec 10, Abhinav rated it it was amazing Shelves: You can read the full review over at my blog: The White Scars are one of the Legiones Astartes that many fans of the Horus Heresy have been wanting to see in the series of the same name since the earliest days. When Black Library launched its limited edition novella pr You can read the full review over at my blog: When Black Library launched its limited edition novella products for the Horus Heresy in , there were some expectations that we might get a novella finally, and such expectations came true in late when Brotherhood of the Storm was released, with the general release coming more than a year later.
The three characters that the novella focuses on are quite interesting. The first is Shiban Khan, a line-Captain of the Legion who leads a company of some five hundred warriors, called the Brotherhood of the Storm.
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The third is Ilya Ravallion, a high-ranking officer of the newly-found Departmento Munitorum who has been assigned to the White Scars to provide a proper accounting of their fleet operations and help manage their logistics at the highest level. The story here alternate between the three of them. Ilya comes to Ullanor after the campaign and the Triumph are over to take up her new post and meet with the Primarch of the Scars, Jaghatai Khan.