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Blades of the Traitor Collection

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Blades of the Traitor Collection

Five Horus Heresy audiobooks for the price of four!

Across the war-torn galaxy, those sworn to Horus's cause shake the Imperium to its very foundations. This collection contains five epic short stories by John French, Guy Haley, Nick Kyme, Graham McNeill and Chris Wraight.

COLLECT IT BECAUSE
Blades of the Traitor Collection brings you five epic, action-packed audiobook that drive the Horus Heresy forward. Discover what the Warmaster’s allies are up to as they prepare to march on Terra: sacrifices in the bowels of Molech’s Enlightenment, Legion Navigators delving through the very Eye of Terror and horrific experiments in dark, secret labs.

THE STORY
Across the war-torn galaxy, those sworn to Horus's cause shake the Imperium to its very foundations. Before the traitors' relentless onslaught, the wisdom of ages past is lost and forgotten, daemons hide amongst the common people and the warp's corrupting influence can be seen in almost every facet of the Heresy. For those who would become champions of the new order, there can surely be no redemption – only an eternity of carnage and slaughter, and the laughter of thirsting gods...

ABOUT THIS COLLECTION
This collection includes seven audiobooks. The audiobooks are all taken from the Horus Heresy anthology, 'Blades of the Traitor'.

Daemonology by Chris Wraight
Black Oculus by John French
Twisted by Guy Haley
Chirurgeon by Nick Kyme
Wolf Mother by Graham McNeill

Total running time: 4 hours, 11 minutes

Narrated by Gareth Armstrong, Ian Brooker, Jonathan Keeble & Toby Longworth.