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Chosen of Khorne

4.0 of 5 stars 4.00  ·  rating details  ·  50 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Kharn the Betrayer takes to the field of battle as the champion of his old comrade Argus Brond, but his own motives go far beyond the petty squabbling of rival Chaos warlords...Deep within the Eye of Terror, the followers of the blood god Khorne war amongst themselves to win their patron’s favour, and for the right to lead a new crusade against the Imperium in his name. Ar ...more
Audio CD, 1 page
Published October 9th 2012 by Black Library (first published September 25th 2012)
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Daniel McGill
One of the best audio dramas so far this story takes place some time between The Scouring and the 41st millenium and tells us much about Kharn, his changing relationship to his former legion since the Heresy and the eightfold path.
Any story that fleshes out any of the previously one dimensional 40k personalities is welcome and Kharn has been taken from one the worst of those to a fan favorite with stories like this starting from After Desh'ea through Betrayer and into this excellent piece.
Milo (Bane of Kings)
“A bloody, gritty Audio Drama that emphasizes the grim-darkness of Warhammer 40k, and provides a treat for fans of Kharn the Betrayer.” ~The Founding Fields

I was first introduced to Anthony Reynolds’ work through his fantastic Word Bearers Omnibus which was some very enjoyable, action-packed encounters that gave more depth to the Word Bearers, a legion that I’d never seen a full novel devoted to before outside of the phenomenal The First Heretic by Aaron Dembski-Bowden. Before going into this Au
Stefan Fergus
Much better audio-book than the last one I read - narrator's understated and almost reflective, which was a nice juxtaposition to the extreme, brutal nature of the World Eaters and Khornate followers. Some of the voice acting was typically OTT, but not so much as with "Perfection"... Good stuff. Really made me want to read Aaron Dembski-Bowden's "Betrayer", which I will have to bump up the TBR pile.

Full review on CR soon. Perhaps this weekend, or Tuesday.
Blood for the Blood God. Skulls for the Skull Throne. Kharn is at it, and its awesome.
Actually was impressed as audio dramas fail to most of the time...
Slightly too much bolter porn
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