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Path of the Incubus (Warhammer 40,000)

3.92  ·  Rating Details ·  159 Ratings  ·  15 Reviews
Second novel in the Dark Eldar Path series

The eternal city of Commorragh has been cast into turmoil by the Dysjunction, a cataclysmic disturbance in the very fabric of its existence. As the streets are inundated with horrors from beyond the veil the supreme overlord, Asdrubael Vect, battles to keep his enemies in check and maintain his stranglehold over the riven city. Kab
Paperback, 416 pages
Published February 26th 2013 by Games Workshop (first published February 1st 2013)
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Mar 05, 2015 Tim rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed
Damnit!! It's a trilogy itself!!
That what I thought after seeing the announcement on Black Library for the omnibus edition.

When reviewing the Path of the Renegade three years ago (, I kinda lamented it only being one part, and only being loosely coupled to the Eldar Path-trilogy of Gav Thorpe.
Well, as it turns out, this is the Dark Eldar Path-trilogy; and as it turns out, it's just as awesome.

The Renegade was about a craftworld eldar joining the "Dark Kin
Jeff Soivilien
Mar 09, 2013 Jeff Soivilien rated it really liked it
The Dark Eldar series was as satisfying as the Craftworld Eldar series was disappointing. Definitely recommend it.
Jan 26, 2014 Derek rated it liked it
Shelves: read-in-2014
Maybe ***1/2, if I'm feeling generous, but maybe not.

I wanted to find out how the story continued, and read more description of the "Dark City," but there are problems with this installment in the Dark Eldar series: Morr and Motley's story is interesting - the most interesting subplot in the entire book, giving some fascinating background about the Incubi in general, while adding to the legends of Arhra - but it's not enough to carry the book by itself. The rest of the subplots felt ancillary, a
Akira Watts
Sep 04, 2016 Akira Watts rated it it was ok
There's an entertaining enough book buried in this mess, but it's just barely visible. An editor might have cleaned up the purple prose, addressed the weird tonal shifts, and cleaned up the glaring inconsistencies that occur from passage to passage.

And, even with all of those flaws, this could have been an acceptable diversion. Except there are like a half-dozen stories, interwoven to the point where progress on any one thread is always incremental. It kills the pacing of the book; it's like re
Housewife Bubuchu
Apr 01, 2015 Housewife Bubuchu rated it it was amazing
Автор явно "расписался" по сравнению с первой частью. Герои обрели индивидуальность, мотивы и цели. Перед лицом катаклизма Разобщения, когда город Комморра распадается на части под атаками сил варпа, каждый делает что может и что умеет для спасения себя и ситуации. Нашлось даже место альтруизму, благородным жертвам и товариществу пред лицом превосходящего врага.
Благополучный финал, достигнутый реками крови и горами трупов очень в стиле Вархаммр 40к и в то же время удовлетворяют естественную пот
May 02, 2014 John rated it really liked it
really 4.5 but better than a 4

Basically I liked the flow of this story better than book 1 of the trilogy and I liked the way "the onion peeled" layer by layer. Moxley's character develops the history of the Eldar much better than what can find in the game Codex's.
Robert Mccarthy
Jul 12, 2013 Robert Mccarthy rated it it was amazing
A crowning achievement and a proud in depth study of the Dark Eldar bravo Andy Chambers for writing something unique and gripping. I finished the book in a week and it was a delightful and repeatable journey.
Gregor Eder
Jun 16, 2013 Gregor Eder rated it really liked it
A very good book which gave a good insight about the Dark Eldar. You dont need to have read the first Book of the Trilogie or the Eldar-Trilogie but it wouldnt be bad if.
Especially if some names ring a bell.
Apr 15, 2014 Christian rated it really liked it
A massive Disjunction throws the Eternal City into turmoil and kabals try to overthrow the old order. The novel is a light page turner with interesting characters and good small scale action. It's interesting to see how different treacherous characters can actually be kind of likeable.
Apr 28, 2013 Patt rated it it was amazing
Path of the Archon
Path of the Haemonculi
Path of the Dracon
Path of Vect
More Dark Eldar books MUST be written...
Alexander Draganov
May 14, 2014 Alexander Draganov rated it really liked it
Ambitious tale with many subplots and characters, who struggle to survive in a daemon-infested city...
Eldrad Ulthran
Feb 20, 2015 Eldrad Ulthran rated it really liked it
verry good second part to the already good first book in thge series...nice characters and good Story...worth reading
John Rhodes
Mar 17, 2013 John Rhodes rated it really liked it
A great continuation in the trilogy. It has a good flow and characters that are easy to get attached to.
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