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By CS Goto

There's full-on house Marine motion within the extraordinary sequel to "Warrior Brood"! the long-lasting house Marines blast into motion with all weapons blazing in CS Goto's most up-to-date novel. The sequel to "Warrior Brood" explores the Deathwatch house Marines and their remit to seek down the foul alien creatures that besiege mankind from all fronts. Warrior Coven sees the Deathwatch being compelled to best friend with these they've got sworn to break. Can they carry their fanatical hatred in money to avoid a much bigger evil from coming into the universe? This action-packed novel from the writer of "Dawn of conflict" brings the bleak darkness of the far-future to lifestyles in an epic SF story with an explosive climax.

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The corridors and passageways of the temple were empty because there were no warriors to fill them. She had been so awe-struck by the glittering majesty of the place that she had failed to notice the most obvious thing. The light of the Spears was gradually being swamped by the heavy darkness of Ulthwe - the spirit of the craftworld itself was changing, darkening still further. In a moment of horror she realised that the Undercouncil of Warlocks must be comprised almost entirely of former Dark Reapers.

He shut the thought out - it was irrelevant to the mission. The matter at hand was the first meeting with the eldar. The scholarly and well-informed Librarian Atreus had suggested to Octavius that he should not approach them directly, but to stop short of their position and to make them come to him. It would be interpreted as a sign of the team's resolve. It would show that they were not intimidated by the Ulthwe. If he stopped too far away, however, this might be seen as unseemly arrogance. Behind his visor, Octavius clenched his jaw, already irritated by the ritualistic subtleties of the eldar.

She was like an angel in the darkness, and Octavius had to force himself to cast his gaze away from her as the emerald seer stepped forward. Octavius watched as the seer closed the gap to a single stride. Then she stopped, satisfied apparently that they were now close enough for the greetings to commence. She narrowed her eyes in what looked like disdain or pain, and then she spoke with such an inhuman voice that it sent a chill to the back of Octavius's eyes. ' 'We are not here for your welcome, nor are we here at your pleasure.

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