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Primarchs: The Audiobooks Volume 1

The Horus Heresy

Primarchs: The Audiobooks Volume 1

A Horus Heresy bundle

Roboute Guilliman. Leman Russ. Magnus the Red. These names, and fifteen others, stand as a legacy of honour, glory – and treachery. In this collection, you will return to the Great Crusade and see these heroes striving to build mankind's Imperium, before the Horus Heresy threatened to tear it all down.

LISTEN TO IT BECAUSE
It's the first trio of novels about the Emperor's sons, presented in MP3 audiobook editions at an amazing price. Explore the early days of these legendary warriors, before they were torn apart by Heresy.

DESCRIPTION
The primarchs, the superhuman sons of the Emperor, were engineered to be the perfect warriors, leaders of men and rulers of the Imperium that they helped to build over the two centuries of the Great Crusade. But alas, Chaos corrupts all that it touches, and the primarchs proved no exception, fully half of them falling under the sway of the Dark Gods and fighting to tear down all that they once strove to build.

This collection includes the MP3 audiobook editions of the first three books in the Primarchs series, covering the Avenging Son Roboute Guilliman, the Lord of Winter and War Leman Russ, and the Red Cyclops, Magnus, all in tales set during the Great Crusade, showing these legendary figures at the pinnacle of their power.

CONTENTS
Roboute Guilliman: Lord of Ultramar by David Annandale
Leman Russ: The Great Wolf by Chris Wraight
Magnus the Red: Master of Prospero by Graham McNeill

Total running time 16 hours and 47 minutes.
Narrated by Jonathan Keeble and Toby Longworth