Nick Kyme


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Nick Kyme (b. 1977) writes mostly for Black Library. His credits include the popular Salamanders series and several audio dramas.

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Tales of Heresy (The Horus ...

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Vulkan Lives (The Horus Her...

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Salamander (Tome of Fire #1)

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Deathfire (The Horus Heresy...

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The Fall of Damnos (Space M...

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Firedrake (Tome of Fire #2)

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Heroes of the Space Marines

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Old Earth (The Horus Heresy...

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Nocturne (Tome of Fire #3)

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“Better to accept what you cannot change and learn to adapt than rail against the immutable and end up wasting time and effort.”
Nick Kyme, Fall of Damnos

“About the universe,’ smiled Yesugei. ‘Have I never told you of it? The principle of the minor flaw.’ Tamu shook his head. ‘A foolish thing,’ said Yesugei. ‘I found myself believing that every soul should possess a flaw. Some exhibit it early and survive. Others do not, and it grows, and when it emerges it has become monstrous. The greater the soul, the greater the monster. So it is better to have had your brush with destruction now.”
Nick Kyme, The Horus Heresy: Volume Six

“Guilt shall be his shackles, remorse his cell.”
Nick Kyme, The Legacy of Deeds

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