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Prince of Crows

The Horus Heresy
Narrated by: Jonathan Keeble
Length: 3 hrs and 25 mins
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The Thramas Crusade draws to its inevitable conclusion, with the forces of the Dark Angels and the Night Lords locked in a struggle which neither side can abandon.

The Night Haunter lies comatose after being mauled by his primarch brother Lion El'Jonson, and in his absence it falls to Sevatar and the remaining members of the Kyroptera to command the Legion. But the self-styled 'Prince of Crows' has his own plans to save the Night Lords from annihilation - plans he intends to follow, with or without his comrades in tow.

©2014 Games Workshop Limited (P)2013 Games Workshop Limited

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40K at its finest!

I haven't liked most of the audio books from black library that i have listened to. Way to much shooty sound effects and not enough good story. This one was really good, and had me pulled into the story trying to figure out what was going to happen. I was trying to remember some of the 30k lore that i know about Curze, who is definitely not the main character in this book, and loving how it all turned out. It really brings the flavor of the Night Haunter to the table, yet from his point of view he is the Jesus Christ of Nostramo. Holy crap, this book just really made me appreciate what happened to Curze and how messed up he is. Great story. highly suggested.

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“Ladies.”

Sevatar... ah, Jago. Best character in 40k hands down and this novella gets straight to the heart of that.

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Sev is the hero the Night Lords deserve.

As a Night Lords player, this book really gets me fired up and provides a lot of potential for back stories for my army. It also gives great insight into the phyche of the Night Haunter and the legion as a whole.

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First audio book on this service and I'm hooked!

I already read the book before getting the audio file, but the voice acting is so excellent that I prefer listening to it. This is one of the best HH short stories in the series and this audio book is some of the best voice acting done. If you're giving audio books a try I highly recommend starting with this one.

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Phenomenal and Woefully Short

First of all, I want Keeble to read literally every book in the world to me. My attention would be riveted the entire time. He does an absolutely fantastic job with his theatric readings and his voices are all distinct. His performance was nothing short of captivating.

Second, the only thing wrong with this story is that its so painfully short! I think we all need more Sevatar in our lives as he is a absolute gift. Out of the vast universe of 40k and the countless characters there are to read about, I can easily say that Jago Sevatarion is my favorite. Props to Bowden for his beautifully worded writing and endlessly entertaining characters.

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  • 08-04-18

perfection

the best of Aaron dembski-bowdens work sevatar at his sarcastic best killing and threatening everyone he talks to