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Tales of Heresy
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Cover art by Neil Roberts.
Author Dan Abnett, Matthew Farrer, Mike Lee, Graham McNeill, Anthony Reynolds, James Swallow, Gav Thorpe
Editor Nick Kyme and Lindsey Priestley
Publisher Black Library
Series Horus Heresy Series
Preceded by Mechanicum
Followed by Fallen Angels
Released 2009

Tales of Heresy, edited by Nick Kyme and Lindsey Priestley, is the tenth book in the Horus Heresy Series and is a collection of seven short stories, written by some of the series' authors. The book was published on March 14, 2009. It was later included in "The Novels: Volume 2" eBook collection and as an audiobook collection.

Cover Description

When Horus, the Warmaster, rebelled against the Emperor, the ensuing civil war nearly destroyed the Imperium. War raged across the galaxy, pitting Astartes against their battle–brothers in a struggle where death was the only victor.

Blood Games

By Dan Abnett

Amongst the sprawling hives of Terra, Amon Tauromachian of the Emperor's Custodians plays a deadly game as he investigates rumours of treason on humanity's home world.

Wolf at the Door

By Mike Lee

The Thirteenth Company of the Space Wolves defend an Imperial world from vile alien raiders, but as the war drags on, the beast within each of Russ' brothers threatens to overwhelm them...

Scions of the Storm

By Anthony Reynolds

The Word Bearers encounter a planet where worship of the Dark Gods echoes their own nascent beliefs. Will they purge this world or embrace its darkness?

The Voice

By James Swallow

When a Black Ship full of captured psykers goes awry, the Sisters of Silence board it to discover what happened. But a mysterious voice threatens to destroy them.

Call of the Lion

By Gav Thorpe

The Terran and Calibanite commanders of the Dark Angels clash for the first time as the Great Crusade brings them to the world of Byzanthis.

The Last Church

By Graham McNeill

As the unification of Terra draws to a close, the priest of the world's last church plays host to a visitor who questions his every belief. Who is the stranger, and what does his visit portend?

After Desh'ea

By Matthew Farrer

The War Hounds Legion have been reunited with their primarch. It is a time for rejoicing... isn't it? The masters of the Legion gather to discuss their new master, while the primarch, Angron, lurks in the darkness. Can Khârn unite master and servants?

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