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Inquisitor Ravenor continues his persecution of the arch-heretic Zygmunt Molotch - a hunt that has, for him, now become an obsession. In direct contravention of Inquisition orders, Ravenor and his team go rogue, in relentless pursuit of their quarry.

Thrown through time and space, pitted against enemies of limitless power and cunning, just how much will Ravenor and his team have to sacrifice to save the day?

©2017 Games Workshop Limited (P)2017 Games Workshop Limited

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The best audiobook.

They fight through impossible odds. You are forewarned that there are a lot of deaths.

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Not too bad.

This isn't a story to start out with if you are new to the Warhammer 40k universe, but if you have some knowledge of the world it's not too bad. This is the first introduction of the Tyranids. I kind of wish the would have done more with them, but that's just me.

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A good end to a good Trilogy

Rogue neatly ties up all the story threads of the Ravenor Trilogy, and personaly i think it is the best written of them ad well, im still not a fan of the "then/now" jumps that the series have used, but I feel that they have been handled with more skill in this one

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  • I A Macmillan
  • 02-25-18

Where are the missing Ravenor volumes?

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Toby Longworth continues to do Abnett's books proud BUT where, oh where, are the other two volumes of Ravenor? Is that down to Black Library playing silly beggars or Audible?

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-21-18

Amazing, brilliant book and series.

Can't recommend enough, absolutely amazing book. Dan abnett is a superb writer. A1 A1 A1