AuthorJames Swallow
ImprintJames Swallow Ltd
Sales rank4.5


After the horrors of Istvaan V, Horus declares outright war against the Imperium In the shadows of the Emperor s Palace, powerful figures convene Their plan is to send a team of assassins to execute the arch traitor Horus and end the war for the galaxy of mankind before it s even begun But what they cannot know is that another assassin is abroad already, with his sights firmly set on killing the Emperor.


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Nemesis By James Swallow

James Swallow seems to be a hit a miss author for me I don t really care for many of his Blood Angles books, but I really enjoyed Flight of the Eisenstein I believe that Mr Swallow should stick with the Horus Heresy novels because Nemesis is a very good read.The book feels like part detective novel ... (Sign in to see more)


Nemesis By James Swallow

I would give it 4.5 there was a few times I struggled with some of the ideas being espoused by some of the characters that didn t seem to fit what we know of them It started off slow for me but really picked up before the midway point So give it a chance.


Nemesis By James Swallow

Read the 13th book in the Horus Heresy series in the Black Library suggested reading order I really thought I would enjoy this one a great deal, being that it focuses on the Assassin Clades of the Warhammer 30 40k universe It ended up not being as gripping or enjoyable as I thought it would be I m n... (Sign in to see more)


Nemesis By James Swallow

A solid if not spectacular addition to the Horus Heresy series, Nemesis is still an entertaining read with further insights into the WH40K universe The story follows two different perspectives that of a group of Imperial assassins sent to kill Horus and also an opposing assassin sent to kill the Emp... (Sign in to see more)

Graeme Noble

Nemesis By James Swallow

a good read, really enjoyed the characters and storyline I find that it could quite of easily been a stand alone book and felt that it didn t really contribute much to the entire story arc, whilst having a few minor items that affect the entire story it could quite easily of been a normal Warhammer ... (Sign in to see more)


Nemesis By James Swallow

A solid read Not among the greatest in the series, and the tie in to the Heresy isn t so tight you have to read it, but it s a cool look into a different aspect of the Imperium.


Nemesis By James Swallow

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I ve recently finished the latest Horus Heresy novel by James Swallow writer of Flight of the Eisenstein, another fantastic part of the series , Nemesis It covers a plan by the Imperial assassin cults to send a team of a... (Sign in to see more)


Nemesis By James Swallow

One reason I like the Horus Heresy novels is that it can provide an in depth look at parts of the universe that usually remain off camera Here s an example, as this book examines the Officio Assassinorum, and a less official counter organization or counter agent, I guess , with one assassination aim... (Sign in to see more)


Nemesis By James Swallow

Wow, where to beginfollowing on the heels of the last entry A Thousand Sons, this one features a very clever concept that really brings the Horus saga further into immediate focus On Terra Earth , there exists an assassination guild that operates on the fringes of the Emperor s rule Spread among thi... (Sign in to see more)

Matt Pappas

Nemesis By James Swallow

Having read this after reading A Thousand Sons and Prospero Burns, it just didn t seem to fit in quite right That being said, the personality conflicts between the assassins are intriguing and the circuitous plot kept me turning the pages Unfortunately, very few of the characters even have any real ... (Sign in to see more)

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