Brotherhood of the Storm

Brotherhood of the Storm

Chris Wraight / Jul 19, 2019

Brotherhood of the Storm As word of Horus s treachery spreads to fully half of the Legiones Astartes Terra looks to the remaining loyalist Space Marines to defend the Imperium One group however remains curiously silent in

  • Title: Brotherhood of the Storm
  • Author: Chris Wraight
  • ISBN: 9781849702676
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As word of Horus s treachery spreads to fully half of the Legiones Astartes, Terra looks to the remaining loyalist Space Marines to defend the Imperium One group, however, remains curiously silent in spite of apparent efforts from both sides to contact them the noble Vth Legion, Jaghatai Khan s fearsome White Scars In the ork held territory of Chondax, a bitter war hasAs word of Horus s treachery spreads to fully half of the Legiones Astartes, Terra looks to the remaining loyalist Space Marines to defend the Imperium One group, however, remains curiously silent in spite of apparent efforts from both sides to contact them the noble Vth Legion, Jaghatai Khan s fearsome White Scars 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

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      • Chris Wraight

        Chris Wraight is a British author of fantasy and science fiction.His first novel was published in 2008 since then, he has published books set in the Warhammer Fantasy and Stargate Atlantis universes, and has upcoming titles in the Warhammer 40K setting.He is based in the south west of England.


    622 Comments

    1. 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. All [...]


    2. 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 [...]


    3. 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 [...]


    4. Nice to spend some more time with characters from SCARS. 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.


    5. "For the Emperor and the Khan!".(Read before 'Scars'.)Detailed account of the 5th Space Marine Legion of Primarch Jaghatai Khan at the end of the Great Crusade.Audiobook less than 4 hours.


    6. You can read the full review over at my blog:sonsofcorax.wordpress/2014The 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. One of the most mysterious chapters, and Legions, the White Scars haven’t received much attention from the writers at Black Library, though there has been the occasional novel or short story. When Black Library launched its limited edition novella products for t [...]


    7. Chris Wraight's Brotherhood of the Storm is a Horus Heresy novella which gave us our first proper look at the Heresy-era White Scars. It was originally released as a standalone novella, first a posh limited edition version but now available on the Black Library website in print, ebook and audio formats, but it also comprises the first story within Legacies of Betrayal, the 31st full book in the Horus Heresy series. That does mean that completists may well end up owning it twice, but it also mean [...]


    8. An enjoyable novella with deep characters and an interesting plot. It expands on one of the lesser known chapters of the Astartes. Only gripe would be that Jagahtai Khan is around for only short scenes (which none the less actually fit his 'elusive' character). None the less, he is always there 'at the center, in the end' making the book end with a flourish.One of the better written Black Library books interms of prose. Highly recommended and shame to anyone who didn't manage to pick up on of th [...]


    9. An excellent novella which explains the beginnings and style of the White Scars. While not as long as some other books of the Horus Heresy, the story itself gains much from concentrating more on characters and less on bolter-pornBesides, for those slightly tired of faux-latin "Gothic" phrases, the old-turkish and mongol words here and there give a nice flair to the Scars For this alone, they might become one of my favourite chapters :-)


    10. 3 1/2 stars would be closer to my ideal rating.It was a good read, but it felt like a introduction to a legion via a little story.The story didn't seem to have a very big meaning for me besides the intro to Khan and the White Scars. Which where very enjoyable. There where some interesting characters and quotes though so for less money it would have defiantly been worth the read.


    11. A good novella which ties in and supplements the story of the novel Scars. This book should be read as an extension of the aforementioned novel.



    12. Not a bad book, but it wasn't 'epic' as some of the more recent HH books I have read (ie Betrayer) It was nice to finally see the White Scars and the Khan.


    13. Such a good introduction to the V Legion! Chris Wraight has brought the enigmatic White Scars to life in this novella which ties in excellently to the beginning of 'Scars'.



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