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Summary

A Uriel Ventris audiobook. 

Exiled Ultramarines Uriel Ventris and Pasanius venture into the heart of the Iron Warriors’ fortress-world in search of atonement – but will they find anything but horror and death? 

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Explore the Iron Warriors' fortress world in the Eye of Terror through the eyes of exiled Ultramarines Uriel Ventris and Pasanius. Dark technology and even darker magic combine, and Ventris meets an enemy who'll haunt him for a long time to come. 

The Story

Exiled from the Ultramarines Chapter by Marneus Calgar, Captain Uriel Ventris ventures deep into the dreaded Eye of Terror to atone for his disgrace. There, Uriel must unleash the Emperor's vengeance upon the followers of the Dark Gods and bring His divine light to this area of darkness. But a far more terrible foe dwells within these worlds of insanity: the ancient Chaos Space Marine Legions. With dishonour behind him and certain death ahead, Uriel must gather every ounce of courage if he is to survive and regain his honour!

Written by Graham McNeill. Narrated by Bruce Mackinnon.

©2021 Games Workshop Limited (P)2021 Games Workshop Limited

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amazing good ol' 40k Ventris action .

u have to love Ventris .not so boy scout ultramarine . and the renegades forever loyal in there own ways. a welcome EDT to my back lib collection

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Best Ventris book so far

Not only was the story better but the narrator had improved and this was very good, I like the Ventris books but they can be a bit too cliched, bringing in Daemons and Heretic Astartes took the emphasis off uriel and made the book a lot more interesting

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  • 18-07-21

least liked of the three by far

the premise of the book doesn't sit well with me. the idea that the. main characters would be distributed for saving a world and thus the remaining brothers just doesn't work for me. in addition there are several chapters of just explaining torture with no real benefit to the story. which was off putting. the end is not satisfying and just a big cliff hanger on an already hard to swallow story.

have loved the previous books. really didn't care for this one

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  • 11-07-21

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Sometime the audio would like it was being played from far away or down a tunnel. Everything else was great!

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  • 17-06-21

Didn’t expect that

What a great story. However, hope it’s just the beginning to good series unless there are already in print.