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Las noticias sobre la traición de Horus se extienden. La Gran Cruzada parece haber alcanzado un punto muerto durante el cual los primarcas y sus legiones deciden de qué lado descansará su lealtad, si del lado del Emperador o del lado de Horus el señor de la Guerra. Los Ángeles Oscuros serán puestos a prueba tanto en el espacio exterior como en su propia patria, Caliban. Mie Las noticias sobre la traición de Horus se extienden. La Gran Cruzada parece haber alcanzado un punto muerto durante el cual los primarcas y sus legiones deciden de qué lado descansará su lealtad, si del lado del Emperador o del lado de Horus el señor de la Guerra. Los Ángeles Oscuros serán puestos a prueba tanto en el espacio exterior como en su propia patria, Caliban. Mientras su planeta se esfuerza por liberarse del gobierno de las leyes del Imperio, una guerra civil estalla en su interior. Las esperanzas están puestas en Los Ángeles Oscuros que se verán inmersos en un sangriento conflicto en el que todo lo que conocen y en lo que confían quedará en entredicho.


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Las noticias sobre la traición de Horus se extienden. La Gran Cruzada parece haber alcanzado un punto muerto durante el cual los primarcas y sus legiones deciden de qué lado descansará su lealtad, si del lado del Emperador o del lado de Horus el señor de la Guerra. Los Ángeles Oscuros serán puestos a prueba tanto en el espacio exterior como en su propia patria, Caliban. Mie Las noticias sobre la traición de Horus se extienden. La Gran Cruzada parece haber alcanzado un punto muerto durante el cual los primarcas y sus legiones deciden de qué lado descansará su lealtad, si del lado del Emperador o del lado de Horus el señor de la Guerra. Los Ángeles Oscuros serán puestos a prueba tanto en el espacio exterior como en su propia patria, Caliban. Mientras su planeta se esfuerza por liberarse del gobierno de las leyes del Imperio, una guerra civil estalla en su interior. Las esperanzas están puestas en Los Ángeles Oscuros que se verán inmersos en un sangriento conflicto en el que todo lo que conocen y en lo que confían quedará en entredicho.

30 review for Los ángeles caídos

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chris Berko

    Another great story in the Heresy saga but the writing was lacking in some areas. I really liked the two alternating storylines but the action scenes were sort of choppy and overall it didn't have that smooth flow that every other book in the series up until now has had. A solid entry nonetheless. Another great story in the Heresy saga but the writing was lacking in some areas. I really liked the two alternating storylines but the action scenes were sort of choppy and overall it didn't have that smooth flow that every other book in the series up until now has had. A solid entry nonetheless.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alexander Draganov

    Mind says - Alex, you can't give this book more than four stars. It had some serious issues. It started slowly. There were some long descriptions of tech which did nothing to clear the picture in your mind. It had two plotlines which never met. All true, but heart insists - yeah, maybe, but it had SPEHS MAHREENS fighting mutant worms, zombies, cyborgs and other SPEHS MAHREENS! Also treachery and mighty fallen heroes! And I am like, OK, five stars. Mind says - Alex, you can't give this book more than four stars. It had some serious issues. It started slowly. There were some long descriptions of tech which did nothing to clear the picture in your mind. It had two plotlines which never met. All true, but heart insists - yeah, maybe, but it had SPEHS MAHREENS fighting mutant worms, zombies, cyborgs and other SPEHS MAHREENS! Also treachery and mighty fallen heroes! And I am like, OK, five stars.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Ziegler

    Fallen Angels is the last bite of food you are going to get for a long time during this meal we call the Horus Heresy. The next books are a scant 8 months away now, and this is continuation of Descent of Angels is all we have to tide ourselves over. And what a meal it is. Food metaphor over. I very much enjoyed Fallen Angels for two reasons. Firstly, it gave meaning and purpose to Descent of Angels. I railed against that novel in this series how it was a fine stand alone book but did not deserve Fallen Angels is the last bite of food you are going to get for a long time during this meal we call the Horus Heresy. The next books are a scant 8 months away now, and this is continuation of Descent of Angels is all we have to tide ourselves over. And what a meal it is. Food metaphor over. I very much enjoyed Fallen Angels for two reasons. Firstly, it gave meaning and purpose to Descent of Angels. I railed against that novel in this series how it was a fine stand alone book but did not deserve a slot in the Heresy. However, with Fallen Angels here picking up basically after the last page of DOA, everything is justified. We watch as the two cousins continue to mature as Astartes. One banished to Caliban, the other furthering the crusade. Ultimately both of them are fighting in a much larger war that they are just starting to grasp. Secondly, the turn of the Calibanites against the Emperor is written with a lot of care towards the why and how, fleshing out a lot of curiosities for this very popular chapter. More importantly than that is the fact that Fallen Angels falls back into the overall time line of the Horus Heresy. It happens after Istvaan III and before Istvaan V. Finally, bringing Astelan back as a character is a nice tip of the hat that Tales of Heresy Started and Fallen Angels picks up. Astelan's tale does not quite get back to where it begins in Angel's of Darkness, but I am hoping another story will take us through his final moments as an active Astartes. Fallen Angels formula is just like Angel's of Darkness, one chapter dealing with one character and plot, and the next dealing with the other. The book has a lot of good action and the marines are well written. I am really happy to recommend this book to any fan of the 40K universe and especially of the Heresy series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    This one was pretty good! That said, at times it could have been balanced a bit better. One of the benefits of having an alternating narrative - switching back and forth between two sets of characters each chapter - is being able to build in cliffhangers and take diversions from extended combat sequences or extended downtime. Instead, sometimes both "sides" of the narrative would be battling at the same time, which made things feel lopsided. Indeed, this entry had more combat than it needed, esp This one was pretty good! That said, at times it could have been balanced a bit better. One of the benefits of having an alternating narrative - switching back and forth between two sets of characters each chapter - is being able to build in cliffhangers and take diversions from extended combat sequences or extended downtime. Instead, sometimes both "sides" of the narrative would be battling at the same time, which made things feel lopsided. Indeed, this entry had more combat than it needed, especially when the mysteries behind what was going were so much more interesting. All that said, this almost single-handedly redeemed the prior book "Descent of Angels." It couldn't fix all (or even many) of the problems that book had, but it at very least made this story thread of the greater tapestry interesting enough to care about. The final section of the Epilogue makes the Lion look like a bit of a buffoon, though.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Christian

    At first I was furious with the beginning action sequences because the traitor legions seemed to behave so damn stupidly in their loses. By the end of the book, things definitely evened up. This book is definitely for those who think of Chaos in black and white and wonder why anyone would be 'stupid' enough to secceed from the Imperium. Wake up! You REALLY think the Imperium is such a nice place? In many ways, Chaos is just like the Imperium. Chaos will give you everything you've ever wanted in At first I was furious with the beginning action sequences because the traitor legions seemed to behave so damn stupidly in their loses. By the end of the book, things definitely evened up. This book is definitely for those who think of Chaos in black and white and wonder why anyone would be 'stupid' enough to secceed from the Imperium. Wake up! You REALLY think the Imperium is such a nice place? In many ways, Chaos is just like the Imperium. Chaos will give you everything you've ever wanted in turn for everything you've always valued. the Imperium will give you freedom from uncertainty in turn for your freedom of thought. Oh and the way the book ends? Be aware. Traitors are everywhere!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ryry

    Good book! I can understand where the rebels are coming from. Cant wait to buy my next ones.

  7. 4 out of 5

    David

    Caliban storyline: 5/5. (Very engaging, especially knowing what eventually will happen to Caliban). Diamat storyline: 2/5. (This story arc was totally uninteresting.) So many unanswered questions!!! As a Dark Angels space marine player in my youth, I desperately want to know the answers. I will have to wait for the next Dark Angels book I suppose.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Hipsher

    This is a turning point in the Heresy series, as we see how Horus's actions affect non-astartes humans and planets embroiled in civil war. An awesome story and a great ending! This is a turning point in the Heresy series, as we see how Horus's actions affect non-astartes humans and planets embroiled in civil war. An awesome story and a great ending!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nate

    The Caliban story line carried the book to be honest. The other arc was a struggle.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Marham Barnett

    Preeetty good

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dylan Murphy

    Fallen Angels details the Dark Angels schism and the very beginnings of the birth of the Fallen. The story was extremely well written and paced, constantly switching from Nemial on the frontline to Zaraheil(or something like that) back on Caliban. The action scenes were awesome, and the drama between the Calbinites and Crusaders was amazingly well done. I definitely see why the Fallen decided to break off from the Imperium. The Epilogue was the greatest part for me, as it really tied the story to Fallen Angels details the Dark Angels schism and the very beginnings of the birth of the Fallen. The story was extremely well written and paced, constantly switching from Nemial on the frontline to Zaraheil(or something like that) back on Caliban. The action scenes were awesome, and the drama between the Calbinites and Crusaders was amazingly well done. I definitely see why the Fallen decided to break off from the Imperium. The Epilogue was the greatest part for me, as it really tied the story to a close, as well as opening it up for an addition later in the HH series. The only thing I didn't like about the book was that the Heresy didn't really seem like that earth shattering of an event. Other novels have really shown that no one could even fathom the thought of heresy and betrayal, and this novel fell short on that end. Despite that, extremely fun to read!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Taddow

    Being a huge Dark Angels fan (my favorite Space Marine Chapter), I was really looking forward to this book after being disappointed by Ravenwing (the last Dark Angels novel that I read). The civil war within the Dark Angels Chapter always intrigued me and the presentation of the set-up for this conflict was pleasantly unexpected. The factions involved had deeper development than just being merely “Chaos” versus the Imperium, plus the uncertainty of Jonson’s true motives and allegiance during the Being a huge Dark Angels fan (my favorite Space Marine Chapter), I was really looking forward to this book after being disappointed by Ravenwing (the last Dark Angels novel that I read). The civil war within the Dark Angels Chapter always intrigued me and the presentation of the set-up for this conflict was pleasantly unexpected. The factions involved had deeper development than just being merely “Chaos” versus the Imperium, plus the uncertainty of Jonson’s true motives and allegiance during the Horus Heresy is maintained in the storyline similar to what was presented in Angels of Darkness. Lastly, without giving away any spoilers, I was glad to see some insight into the mysterious Lord Cypher who I find very intriguing the in the tabletop game and the fluff related to the Dark Angels. A must read for any Dark Angels fan.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    Even though this novel is in the Horus Hersey, it deviates greatly from the previous books. There is no mention at all of the events surrounding Horus's betrayal. Instead, this book follows the Dark Angels, before they were discovered and after they became Astartes. For once, this was an actual story no tied in to any other novel, and I really liked that. It was nice to present a Primarch before anything was ever known of the Imperial Terra. Well-crafted characters and a plot that didnt branch o Even though this novel is in the Horus Hersey, it deviates greatly from the previous books. There is no mention at all of the events surrounding Horus's betrayal. Instead, this book follows the Dark Angels, before they were discovered and after they became Astartes. For once, this was an actual story no tied in to any other novel, and I really liked that. It was nice to present a Primarch before anything was ever known of the Imperial Terra. Well-crafted characters and a plot that didnt branch out too much or leave the reader hanging.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    It was a masterpiece! Sad, but the adventure itself and how gutwrenching everything was made it a very awesome book! :) LOVE LOVE LOVED IT!!! (finished at 17:12 in my mulberry tree)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Gerard

    As intense as others. Yet unravelling the war : Warmaster against Imperium, order against chaos and the warp luring at the end of everything.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Charmaine Marie Flanagan

    This book, being the second half of Lion El Jonson's story, answers many of the questions brought around by the first half. I've noticed a very different trend in the H.H. series that's opposed to how the story progressed in the Gaunt's Ghosts series. Since both series run side by side as far as the timeline goes, they do not seem to mesh. In fact, they tell very different stories regarding Horus. For example (WARNING: some spoiling of over all plot arcs to follow) I will start with G.G., since This book, being the second half of Lion El Jonson's story, answers many of the questions brought around by the first half. I've noticed a very different trend in the H.H. series that's opposed to how the story progressed in the Gaunt's Ghosts series. Since both series run side by side as far as the timeline goes, they do not seem to mesh. In fact, they tell very different stories regarding Horus. For example (WARNING: some spoiling of over all plot arcs to follow) I will start with G.G., since I read it first. And I must admit I am far from finished it. But the divide in plot lines is already happened, so I don't think that is all important. In G.G. Horus is shown to be a good Primarch and loyal to a fault to his father, the Emperor. Then whispers begin to show him that the Emperor isn't really going through all this, in fact never was doing it for "humanity's sake". No, even the Master of Humanity has his own plans for the future, we are a means to an end. Now this does fit with the small bits we have learned about the greatest psyker to have ever lived. Where the two series divide is that in G.G. we see the human side of Horus and are led to believe that he revolts against the Emperor for the sake of saving humanity. But in the H.H series we have no inkling whatsoever of this. We only get impressions of the Emperor being other than or more than he explains. Of Horus, nothing positive is said. In fact time after time in H.H. we are given glimpses of his revelry in Chaos and his betrayal is established as if he knew he was siding with Chaos in that betrayal rather than having his Mournival and himself been tricked when he was mortally wounded. In G.G. he shows a far different Horus than the Heresy books show. Was this done on purpose? I didn't check to see which were written when, but you'd think Black Library would have good enough editors that could catch this sort of thing before printing. If anyone reading this happens to have an answer to this, please let me know.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Eric Smith

    This would have to be one of my favorite 40K novels so far.Its a fantastic continuation of the last Horus Heresy novel featuring the Dark Angels legion and it pickups almost right where the last book left off following the same characters. This one does move along time so we get to see hoe the Dark Angels are affected directly and indirectly by Horus' treachery and by the rising power of Chaos and the Warp. The chapters alternate between following the campaign of the Lion as he maneuvers to block This would have to be one of my favorite 40K novels so far.Its a fantastic continuation of the last Horus Heresy novel featuring the Dark Angels legion and it pickups almost right where the last book left off following the same characters. This one does move along time so we get to see hoe the Dark Angels are affected directly and indirectly by Horus' treachery and by the rising power of Chaos and the Warp. The chapters alternate between following the campaign of the Lion as he maneuvers to block what he believes is one of Horus' plans and Luther and the rest of the legion in exile on Caliban as rebellion and the forces of Chaos start to make their presence known on the 1st legions home planet. This is an excellent story of loyalty and betrayal and what people are willing to sacrifice and endure for their beliefs and ideals. It tells a good story of what loyalty means to different people and where ultimate loyalty can lie among the astartes or at least among the Dark Angels. As I said one of my favorite books of the Heresy so far.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Philip

    Two stories in one make a wonderful book about the Dark Angels background story. Once more I rejoice in my decision to never before having explored most of the 40k lore in much detail, so now I often find myself unable to anticipate certain outcomes or meanings. Nonetheless I have to complain about one of the protagonists, Nemiel. That guy is covered in layers of plot-armor so many times over I can't see a character beneath remaining, and all thrill is taken out of any encounter when you know he Two stories in one make a wonderful book about the Dark Angels background story. Once more I rejoice in my decision to never before having explored most of the 40k lore in much detail, so now I often find myself unable to anticipate certain outcomes or meanings. Nonetheless I have to complain about one of the protagonists, Nemiel. That guy is covered in layers of plot-armor so many times over I can't see a character beneath remaining, and all thrill is taken out of any encounter when you know he doesn't die nor fatigue. But I take it that GamesWorkshop has it's hands in many decisions, and franchise is made. I can't hold that against the author, who's written a brilliant story. The scenes are catching, the characters (-1) vivid and convincing, and he upholds a wonderful balance between atmospheric display of scenes and exciting activity and "action". Another grand addition to the Heresy series, and I look forward to purchase the next one.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mitchell Bird

    Managed to finish Fallen Angels by Mike Lee today as well. Here’s my review and thoughts over the book. •First and foremost, I thought this book was boring. I wasn’t a huge fan of Descent of Angels, but that book was at least kinda fun for most of this. This book was just bolter porn with a small sprinkling of other things in it. •Luther snapped hard in this book, and I cant blame him. He messed up ONCE by hesitating for a microsecond and the Lion banished him to Caliban for it. I can’t blame hi Managed to finish Fallen Angels by Mike Lee today as well. Here’s my review and thoughts over the book. •First and foremost, I thought this book was boring. I wasn’t a huge fan of Descent of Angels, but that book was at least kinda fun for most of this. This book was just bolter porn with a small sprinkling of other things in it. •Luther snapped hard in this book, and I cant blame him. He messed up ONCE by hesitating for a microsecond and the Lion banished him to Caliban for it. I can’t blame him for snapping and ultimately doing what he did. The Lion was the sole cause of the downfall of half his Legion and he can’t squirm his way out of the responsibility for it. •Luther, Zahariel, and Nemiel were probably the only likable characters in this whole book. The rest of the characters were bland or just straight uninteresting. •Zahariel’s bit at the end with the ritual summoning was actually pretty cool. I’ll give the author that much. •Lion giving the siege weapons to Perturabo garnered me a laugh for the sheer irony of it happening. •I really don’t have a ton on this book without me just lamenting that I found it boring. So, that’s basically my thoughts on this. Final Score: 4/10 Now time for a book I’m very excited for. Next up is A Thousand Sons by Graham McNeill. Magnus the Red is my second favorite Primarch so getting to read the book covering him in the series has been something I’ve looked forward to for a while now.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mason

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A follow on from the first Dark Angels story, Descent of Angels. A book split into two parts in more than one way with not just the two stories running at the same time but also the divide in the two forces in the same legion. With my favorite character in the HH being Zahariel I was looking forward to seeing what he has been up to since being sent back to Caliban with Luther. I didn't get the real excitement of Caliban since it has now changed into an Imperium world as it has lost its fantasy f A follow on from the first Dark Angels story, Descent of Angels. A book split into two parts in more than one way with not just the two stories running at the same time but also the divide in the two forces in the same legion. With my favorite character in the HH being Zahariel I was looking forward to seeing what he has been up to since being sent back to Caliban with Luther. I didn't get the real excitement of Caliban since it has now changed into an Imperium world as it has lost its fantasy feel to me and turned into a simple resource world as many other worlds are. Even with my dislike of Lion I preferred there side of the story with the fight against Horus' forces and the exciting twists and fights. The story in Caliban was slow for me and just showed Luther's slow descend into jealously and chaotic worship. Overall a good book and look forward to seeing what happens next.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tim Chant

    Been a little while since I read the first one of these but enough backstory was included that I could pick up the threads. The story follows the two main protagonists from the first one, knights of The Order who have become Dark Angels. The novel has two strands - Nemiel, now a Chaplain, fighting alongside the Lion in the early days of the Heresy and Zahariel back on Caliban caught between conflicting loyalties and being tested by discovering dark secrets. Switching between the two plots helped Been a little while since I read the first one of these but enough backstory was included that I could pick up the threads. The story follows the two main protagonists from the first one, knights of The Order who have become Dark Angels. The novel has two strands - Nemiel, now a Chaplain, fighting alongside the Lion in the early days of the Heresy and Zahariel back on Caliban caught between conflicting loyalties and being tested by discovering dark secrets. Switching between the two plots helped ratchet the tension right up and there was plenty of ambiguity about both the Lion's intentions and what Zahariel will do with his new knowledge. Fast paced and excellent read with good character development.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jake

    Like many of the Horus Heresy books Fallen Angels has a great blend of action, drama, and characters. Despite some extremely enjoyable moments; however, I don't think it quite fully delivers. The first half is a little slow, as the split narratives of the characters are slowly revealed. The plot vamps up, and gets really exciting; however, it ends in a very quick fizzle, which was exceedingly unsatisfying. Part of the issue I think with this particular book is it is really 2 separate stories whi Like many of the Horus Heresy books Fallen Angels has a great blend of action, drama, and characters. Despite some extremely enjoyable moments; however, I don't think it quite fully delivers. The first half is a little slow, as the split narratives of the characters are slowly revealed. The plot vamps up, and gets really exciting; however, it ends in a very quick fizzle, which was exceedingly unsatisfying. Part of the issue I think with this particular book is it is really 2 separate stories which while related never tie fully together. This forces both stories to wrap up much faster then they needed. Overall not a bad addition to the series, but not the most enjoyable either.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Harry Tidby

    I enjoyed this instalment of the Horus Heresy far more than I enjoyed the first Dark Angels book, but it was still not without its flaws. The writing style was still very clunky at times, and I feel that the editor fell asleep at certain points as the grammar was nonsensical in one particular chapter. Overall, however, another great book in the series, minimal actual fighting which is always a nice change of pace, believable characters, and a plot that grips you right to the end of the novel. I w I enjoyed this instalment of the Horus Heresy far more than I enjoyed the first Dark Angels book, but it was still not without its flaws. The writing style was still very clunky at times, and I feel that the editor fell asleep at certain points as the grammar was nonsensical in one particular chapter. Overall, however, another great book in the series, minimal actual fighting which is always a nice change of pace, believable characters, and a plot that grips you right to the end of the novel. I would give this book 3.75 stars out of five, and recommend it to any Horus Heresy fans, or Dark Angels out there.

  24. 5 out of 5

    catweaseloz

    Fallen Angels fits into the Horus Heresy series of books and could probably be read straight after Descent of Angels as it continues that sub story. One of the major flaws I see in this/these books are how dumb the individual Space Marines are. They are meant to be genetically modified super humans with incredibly advanced senses and advanced training but they show a level of thinking that would be more likely to appear on a basic human. As something to read to fill in the gaps of the 40k univer Fallen Angels fits into the Horus Heresy series of books and could probably be read straight after Descent of Angels as it continues that sub story. One of the major flaws I see in this/these books are how dumb the individual Space Marines are. They are meant to be genetically modified super humans with incredibly advanced senses and advanced training but they show a level of thinking that would be more likely to appear on a basic human. As something to read to fill in the gaps of the 40k universe it's ok but don't bother reading if you aren't a fanboy as its not a standalone story.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Victor Ward

    The second book of the trilogy, this one tries to bridge the gap between the start of the Dark Angel schism to its great upheavel. It suffers from some difficulty of getting the characters from thier loyal and heroic versions of the first novels to their paranoid and bitter versions needed for the third. The characters plotliones are a little jumbled but the action is great and there is some excellent scenes involving the origins of this secretive chapter. While I think it could have been a litt The second book of the trilogy, this one tries to bridge the gap between the start of the Dark Angel schism to its great upheavel. It suffers from some difficulty of getting the characters from thier loyal and heroic versions of the first novels to their paranoid and bitter versions needed for the third. The characters plotliones are a little jumbled but the action is great and there is some excellent scenes involving the origins of this secretive chapter. While I think it could have been a little better split into a couple books (and fleshed out) it's still worth reading now and again

  26. 4 out of 5

    Colin

    Fun Horus heresy action. A few issues, like abundant continuity errors (both internal and to previous books) and poor character work. Also every duration of time stated during action scenes is comically inappropriate, either way too long or way too short. But there is plenty of action and the astartes are actually portrayed as godlike supersoldiers, unlike some of the early HH books where astartes get their asses kicked by everyone. Overall I enjoyed it plenty and would rank it above Descent of Fun Horus heresy action. A few issues, like abundant continuity errors (both internal and to previous books) and poor character work. Also every duration of time stated during action scenes is comically inappropriate, either way too long or way too short. But there is plenty of action and the astartes are actually portrayed as godlike supersoldiers, unlike some of the early HH books where astartes get their asses kicked by everyone. Overall I enjoyed it plenty and would rank it above Descent of Angels.

  27. 5 out of 5

    AA_Logan

    Better than the previous book in the series looking at the Dark Angels, this has it’s moments; it’s pretty well paced, there are some unexpected twists and moments of high tension. The characterisation of the legion is a tad uneven (they take far too much at face value in some places for starters) and the scale of events doesn’t quite feel ‘epic’ enough when compared with other books. This is my second reading of it, and overall it is better than I remembered and how it is collectively esteemed.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Özgür Çakmak

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The story continues after Luther and co. Was banished to Caliban. This book is divided into two - each chapter drives the stories of Zahariel who is with Luther on Caliban and Nemiel with El'Jonson. To be honest I was expecting a little bit deeper characterization of Luther, Lion and others yet we don't get it. Instead we read about a space battle and an invasion and how Caliban became a rebel world. Three stars. It might be up your alley but it's not coming close to mine. The story continues after Luther and co. Was banished to Caliban. This book is divided into two - each chapter drives the stories of Zahariel who is with Luther on Caliban and Nemiel with El'Jonson. To be honest I was expecting a little bit deeper characterization of Luther, Lion and others yet we don't get it. Instead we read about a space battle and an invasion and how Caliban became a rebel world. Three stars. It might be up your alley but it's not coming close to mine.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bob Cline

    This sequel to Descent of Angels is superior to that book. It follows two different storylines. One follows Luther and the Dark Angels left upon Caliban as they deal with an insurrection. The other follows their primarch as he tries to keep some powerful war machines away from Horus. The loyalties and merits of both sides are definitely open to interpretation.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Richard Stuart

    Mike Lee's writing is straightforward and unimaginative with language, so for me, it was pretty damn boring. I skipped much of the battle sequences because there was no depth to them, just action: this happens then this happens then this happens too. Pulp. I liked the divided plot lines and the endings were well done. Too bad it was such a chore to read. Mike Lee's writing is straightforward and unimaginative with language, so for me, it was pretty damn boring. I skipped much of the battle sequences because there was no depth to them, just action: this happens then this happens then this happens too. Pulp. I liked the divided plot lines and the endings were well done. Too bad it was such a chore to read.

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