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Ferrus Manus: The Gorgon of Medusa (Limited Edition)

January

Ferrus Manus: The Gorgon of Medusa (Limited Edition)

Primarchs Book 7
Only 2,500 available

With the Great Crusade drawing to a close, and a Warmaster to be chosen from among the primarchs, Ferrus Manus takes command of a failing campaign to prove that he is the man for the role.

READ IT BECAUSE
It's not too often you get to read about the infamously dead primarch, what with his unfortunate demise taking place at the start of the Heresy – so this should be fascinating!

THE STORY
The Great Crusade has swept across half the galaxy, a million human worlds now embracing the truth and reason that comes with allegiance to the rule of Terra. But even such unparalleled success comes at a cost. Rumours abound that the Emperor plans to step back from the Crusade and raise one of his primarch sons to lead in his stead. Faced with the bitterly non-compliant human empire of Gardinaal and a leaderless host of Ultramarines, Thousand Sons and Emperor’s Children at his Legion’s command, the Iron Hands primarch Ferrus Manus decides to make an example that even the Emperor cannot ignore.

Written by David Guymer

ABOUT THIS EDITION
Exclusive to blacklibrary.com, this lavish Limited Edition includes the following features:
– 208-page hardback
– Magnetic presentation box with grey soft-touch cover and silver foil
– Cloth-wrapped spine with silver foil
– Black marker ribbon and silver gilt-edged pages
– Matt laminated covers include a crop of unique artwork which is reproduced in full in the interior.
– Each copy is uniquely numbered from an edition of 2,500.