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Fulgrim By Graham McNeill Fulgrim It is the st millennium and humanity is at the peak of its powers As the Great Crusade led by Warmaster Horus continues to conquer the galaxy Fulgrim Primarch of the Emperor s Children leads h

  • Title: Fulgrim
  • Author: Graham McNeill
  • ISBN: 9781844164769
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fulgrim By Graham McNeill It is the 31st millennium, and humanity is at the peak of its powers As the Great Crusade, led by Warmaster Horus, continues to conquer the galaxy, Fulgrim, Primarch of the Emperor s Children, leads his warriors into battle against a vile alien foe From the blood of this campaign are sown the seeds that will lead this proud Legion to treachery, taking them down the darkeIt is the 31st millennium, and humanity is at the peak of its powers As the Great Crusade, led by Warmaster Horus, continues to conquer the galaxy, Fulgrim, Primarch of the Emperor s Children, leads his warriors into battle against a vile alien foe From the blood of this campaign are sown the seeds that will lead this proud Legion to treachery, taking them down the darkest of paths of corruption Leading up to the carnage of the Dropsite Massacre on Isstvan V, this is the tale of Fulgrim s tragic fall from grace.
    Fulgrim By Graham McNeill

    Fulgrim Warhammer k Wiki Fandom Fulgrim Warhammer k Lexicanum Fulgrim The Horus Heresy McNeill, Graham Aug , Fulgrim, Primarch of the Emperor s Children, leads his warriors into battle against a vile alien foe, unaware of the darker forces that have already set their sights upon the Imperium of Man Loyalties are tested, and every murderous whim indulged as the Emperor s Children take their first steps down the road to true corruption a road Fulgrim dchan Fulgrim, The Palatine Phoenix AKA, Prissy Little Bitch, Drama Queen, Obnoxious Brown Noser, Every Gay Anime Character Stereotype, or if you re Mortarion, That Prancing Peacock Faggot , is the Primarch of the Emperor s Children traitor legion, a daemon prince, Fulgrim The Palatine Phoenix by Joshua Reynolds Fulgrim is the Primarch of my favorite traitor space marine Legion, the Emperor s Children It is so sad to read about them pre heresy and compare them to how far they have fallen in the current lore. Warhammer K Fulgrim The Son Who Fell Furthest Bell Fulgrim s respect for Horus allowed Chaos to find its way into Fulgrim s heart, destroying Fulgrim s loyalty to Terra, and replacing it with burning desire to destroy the man who held humanity back from the perfection Fulgrim desired.Fulgrim was immediately sent to meet with Ferrus Manus, Primarch of the Iron Hands Great bonds of Fulgrim The Horus Heresy by Graham McNeill Fulgrim, however, feels very much like the same story just told While The Flight of the Eisenstein was just the same story as in the previous books, it was still fresh because it was the first time we really stepped out of the established characters and followed some one totally new who really comes into his own at the end of the story.

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    1. Keamy Loken on said:

      Well other teenage girls obsess vampires or werewolves and are busy making their babies, I was busy making babies with pre heresy Emperor s Children I don t think I d live through it all after heresyor it wouldn t matter OK that off my mind, amazing book Possibly a few spoilers.Things I liked 1 Fulgrim s personality Reminds me of my younger sister, only she s probably not gonna fall for a demon sword talking to her.2 Fulgrim s fall to chaos was well done, I once had a warhammer 40k friend tell m [...]

    2. Gianfranco Mancini on said:

      The tale of the fall to Slaanesh of the III Legion is not just a book.It is a tragedy, an epic and morbid tale about brotherhood, weakness, corruption, depravity and betrayal with echoes from Oscar Wilde s The Picture of Dorian Gray and Michael Moorcock s Stormbringer Graham McNeill s love for Elric was already shown for good in his fantasy books, but here is just over the top.Still one of the best Horus Heresy novels after years, and my second read was far good than first one.Great characters, [...]

    3. Robert on said:

      After a near perfect run up until now, the fifth book In the Horus Heresy begins to show some cracks, chiefly around Graham McNeill s biggest stumbling block Characterisation At a whopping 512 pages, this is a story which is in no hurry to be told which would not be a problem if there was a central character to cling onto, instead there s absolutely no one to match up to the previous books heroes so we re stuck with Fulgrim For 512 pages.The further problem with the Emperor s Children as a legio [...]

    4. Thomas Edmund on said:

      Fulgrim was an odd installment of the H Heresy for me There was some really good scenes and moments, but ultimately the sprawl of events characters and events was just to disconnected and jarring for me to enjoy There was little tension in Fulgrim s story as we mostly knew where it was going, and his corruption was too on the nose even for the unsubtle 40K universe.I had mixed feelings about Solomon, at first I thought here we go another honourable captain to be the good guy stand in while the r [...]

    5. Amanda on said:

      Well now I enjoyed Graham McNeill s last outing in the Horus Heresy False Gods , although found the pacing a little uneven at times Fulgrim, for me, shows a writer with an enormous amount of confidence McNeill has improved immeasurably on False Gods, and presents a novel that is truly epic in scope.Fulgrim is structured brilliantly We re shown the Emperor s Children before the fall an exceptionally proud Legion searching for perfection in everything There are strong characters showcased as they [...]

    6. Troy on said:

      I really tried to like this book but for me it had a lot of things going against it I ve never been a big fan of Graham McNeill but I thought he did a good job with False Gods In Fulgrim nothing works for me I think this book is about Fulgrim s fall into Chaos but since Fulgrim and the other Emperor s Children with the exception of Saul Tarvitz have been depicted as arrogant pricks in the previous stories they are not sympathetic characters Without sympathetic characters this fall from grace the [...]

    7. David Guymer on said:

      Similar to The Flight of the Eisenstein, which came before, Fulgrim begins some way prior to where the preceding novels ended, around the time of False Gods I believe, this time exploring the build up to the Heresy from the perspective of the Emperor s Children This book achieved a number of spectacular things 1 it gave me just a smidgeon of sympathy for Lord Commander Eidolon2 those rather silly sonic weapons now seem perfectly sensible3 the Emperor s Children are now number one in my Chapter s [...]

    8. Bart Tredway on said:

      I am really having a hard time believing that so many people didn t like this book While i can understand the perspective of others that said that this installment of the Horus Heresy series was formulaic and were otherwise disappointed in this book, i really think that this book is where the series evolves from a shoot em up and intrigue driven storyline, to unmask the truly sublime forces which are driving the entire Horus Heresy itself Graham McNeill is at his very best here, being able to dr [...]

    9. Marko on said:

      The perfect brother fallsWe have struggled for months to accomplish this task on our own when it should have been clear that we could not In all things we strive to eradicate weakness, but it is not weakness to ask for help, my brothers It is weakness to deny that help is needed.Julius laughed and said, Get some sleep, Solomon, you understand Or did that crash scramble your brains too Sleep said Solomon, slumping back onto the bed I ll sleep when I m dead a truth that is told with bad intent wil [...]

    10. Brian on said:

      My score for this is really 4.5 stars It was a great read I wish that it was two books though with the battle for Isstavan V being longer as well as Fulgrim s transformation McNeill made Fulgrim come alive and many times I found that I felt bad for him His way of life really made him an easy target for Slaanesh I found the mix with the rememberancers better than in previous books as the Emperor s Children embraced them instead of shunned them One of the best storylines though was that of 3rd Cap [...]

    11. Dylan Murphy on said:

      When I first read Fulgrim a few years ago, it cemented itself as my favourite book of all time Reading it again in the glorious hardcover collector s edition complete with some awesome and some ok internal artwork as well as an author afterword was just as amazing as I remember.The novel focuses on the Emperor s Children s fall to Slaanesh The Emperor s Children just happen to my my all time favourite Legion and Warband s and Slaanesh is my Chaos God dess of choice So naturally just based on tho [...]

    12. Aske on said:

      Unfortunately for the Horus Heresy series this is where it really starts to repeat itself While The Flight of the Eisenstein was just the same story as in the previous books, it was still fresh because it was the first time we really stepped out of the established characters and followed some one totally new who really comes into his own at the end of the story The plot and the writing was also good enough for it to still feel new.Fulgrim, however, feels very much like the same story just told f [...]

    13. Alexander Draganov on said:

      Really torn between giving this four stars or five, but this time I have decided not be generous, mainly because of the ending, which seems to contradict other sources of lore and the beginning, which is way to sluggish Nevertheless this was a strong, insanely epic novel with some of the greatest scenes of action and of corruption I have read in the genre Fulgrim is also probably the best character in the HH series so far Overall, a great book which will please fans of the epic and savage tales [...]

    14. Alain Dewitt on said:

      I like the plot, the setting and the action, but the writing style is really starting to get on my nerves I ve mentioned this in previous reviews of volumes in this series, but the constant use of superlatives is really getting on my nerves It makes the writing melodramatic and over the top If everyone is perfect and everything is epic, then nothing is Good thing these are quick reads.

    15. Dave on said:

      I ve reviewed some of The Black Library s Warhammer 40,000 novels here before I ve talked about how I m addicted to them and they re a fun mash up of elements from Star Wars, Dune, the works of H.P Lovecraft, and Tolkein style fantasy that have a heavy metal visual aesthetic and often feature morally gray themes If you like all that stuff do yourself a favor and check out some of those books They take place in a fascinating and well constructed dystopian sci fi fantasy universe.What I have not d [...]

    16. David on said:

      I think that Fulgrim and the Emperor s Children s descent into hedonism and sadism is probably the most well written book in the Horus Heresy series thus far, with some call backs to the Poet William Blake, and allusions to the works of Oscar Wilde, Husymans, and de Sade The unsettling creepiness and depravity of the legion s vanity and corruption gradually build throughout the book until it boils over in the build up to the battle at Isstvan V.

    17. Cerianne on said:

      Suprisingly I loved this book as much as I loved the first trilogy, especially reading about the decline of such a proud legion and how it was possible for such a thing to even happen, all the way up to Isstvan V Claimed this book from a friend the moment he got the box set so that I could continue reading, as he was still to start at 1.

    18. Anders on said:

      I had a hard time it for the first two thirds of the book somewhere between 1 2 stars but the last third was a solid four stars, hence three It was a great story from the beginning to the end It might be that I just find it hard to adjust to a new author for each book in the series, I don t know.

    19. Jonathan on said:

      Graham McNeill does a much better job with the motivations and tragedy of Fulgrim s legion than he did with Horus in False Gods It was a little bloated, but overall a very well done novel and good addition to the Horus Heresy story line As always, part of me couldn t help but hope for some semblance of a Loyalist victory, but in this series, things can only get worse

    20. Richard Stuart on said:

      This book accomplishes a lot It is epic in its scope and torrid in its style It is an account of weakness, seduction, and depravity It gives context to a great many things that will lead to a great many things terrible than theseFulgrim is really a tragedy While striving for perfection, he and his legion are struck low by a subtle evil unbeknownst to them What bothers me is that Fulgrim didn t understand the idea that perfection is a concept not a reality it is an adjective not a noun Striving [...]

    21. Chris Youngblood on said:

      While formulaic and somewhat slow in getting to the meaty stuff, this book eventually becomes a good representation of the world of the Warhammer 40K wargame in fiction form Dealing with the Horus Heresy as first developed within that game system, the book tells of the downfall of and betrayal by the Emperor s Children, one of the Chapters of Space Marines that guard the galaxy against enemy incursions.While characterizations, plot points, and details are nothing to crow about, the book itself p [...]

    22. Elena on said:

      I started reading this book just to continue the chronological story of the Horus Heresy but I was pleasantly get it surprised to find it has so many scenes that turn this book from from the sci fi genre to full horror I already loved how Graham McNeil described the nurglite horrors of the moon of Davin in the 2nd book of the HH but this time it was Slaneesh s turn and it was all the terrifying

    23. ~*x-vixen-x-of-x-your-dreams-x*~ on said:

      Oh my god, the best of the horus heresy series so far Everytime I read this about 3 times now in last few months I anxiously await the Maraviglia ad it trust me This explains how Fulgrim Primarch of the Emperors Children Space Marines , and his legion fall the the chaos influence of Slaanesh It also gives background on Lucius later Lucious the Enternal , Fabius Bile evil apothecary of the chapter , and Eidolon.

    24. Taddow on said:

      I had my doubts about this book when I initially started it but it turned out to be pretty enjoyable and I plowed through the book once I was past the first 100 pages.

    25. Neil on said:

      Good novel Kind of lost its way in parts but the ending makes up for it.

    26. Riley Feldmann on said:

      Throughout my reading of Graham McNeill s Fulgrim I couldn t shake the feeling of disgust Not at the book itself, but for what was held within the book This is the tale of the corruption of the Emperor s Children Legion led by their primarch, Fulgrim This is a tale full of treachery, debauchery, jealousy, hate, and perversions This is not a fun tale.Yet I couldn t turn away Much like a trainwreck, you can t force yourself to avert your eyes, quit while you re ahead, or stop following the path t [...]

    27. Eric Smith on said:

      This is an absolutely fantastic tale of the fall of a Legion After the earlier books in the Heresy its no surprise that the legion known as the Emperor s Children falls to Chaos and this book tells the tale of the Primarch Fulgrim and the members of his expedition force, both human and astartes, as they are slowly corrupted and fall under the influence of the Lord of Excess This is very much a tragedy with characters with noble intent turned by pride and arrogance and a craving for an unattainab [...]

    28. Peter Vetter on said:

      This is was the first Horus Heresy book that I ve read multiple times From playing and collecting 40k, for many years prior, I went into this book with a degree of anticipation I knew exactly where they were headed, but there was still a degree of uncertainty and hope that the legion has not yet been consumed by their hubris and their constant quest for perfection It was a much personal and intimate look into the Emperor s Children s downward spiral into corruption and depravity, gradually witn [...]

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