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  • Night Lords: Warhammer 40,000 Book 3
  • By: Aaron Dembski-Bowden
  • Narrated by: Andrew Wincott
  • Length: 14 hrs and 53 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (1,041 ratings)

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Void Stalker

By: Aaron Dembski-Bowden
Narrated by: Andrew Wincott
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Summary

Night Lords Volume 3

Hunted by the aeldari, the Night Lords flee to the world where their Legion was broken. Stalked by an alien assassin, they are drawn into a battle they are destined to lose.

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Fan favourite characters - who also happen to be amongst the most monstrous killers in the galaxy - in a fight to the death against the aeldari, with the fate of the future on the line? Yes please.

The Story:

The hunters have become the hunted. The Night Lords flee to the dark fringes of the Imperium to escape their relentless pursuers - the aeldari of Craftworld Ulthwé. Their flight takes them to the carrion world of Tsagualsa, where their primarch died and their Legion was broken. There, history will repeat itself as a deadly assassin stalks the shadows, and the Night Lords are drawn into a battle they are destined to lose.

Written by Aaron Dembski-Bowden. Narrated by Andrew Wincott.

©2019 Games Workshop Limited (P)2019 Games Workshop Limited

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Tiresome, self pitying monsters do horrible things

As with the previous Night Lords books by Aaron Dembski-Bowden this book is basically just scene after scene of appalling things happening punctuated by long scenes featuring the Night Lords being introspective, moaning about how awful their existences are. To be fair, if you were a member of the ridiculously villainous legion you'd probably be depressed as well. All the Night Lords do is do horrible things to people weaker than themselves and they do it over and over again in gruesome detail. I'm no prude but I just got sick of hearing about murder and torture at great length. It goes beyond horror and just becomes loathsome, particularly because we are then supposed to care about the miserable marines moaning about their lost golden past and the pointlessness of their aimless existence. Being a Night Lord's victim must be like being tortured to death by Morrissey. After a while you just wish they'd shut up and get on with it.

As with the previous two audiobooks narrator Andrew Wincott does a sterling job making it all sound vaguely plausible, but there's only so much he can do with the material he's given.

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Fantastic!

Amazing performance by Wincott as usual, and a poignant, gripping end to the trilogy! Aaron Dembski-Bowden is one of the most talented sci-fi writers of this generation.

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Another brilliant book in the series

What can I say, its a very well written book. The character arcs over the course of the series are great, there is a great mix of humour, darkness, introspection, action and buildup. It is well worth the listen. I just hope the series gets another installment

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Awesome

i absolutely love this trilogy of books ADB is a brilliant author
the narrator was on point to

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Brilliant and fitting end of the trilogy

Great story that made you feel attached to these anti hero characters which made it harder to lose them at the end. Would love to here more about Decimus

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great ending but beginning

this set of 3 books just gets better.
can't believe how you want the bad guys to win.
awesome

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great listen

loved this trilogy well worth a listen, I was unsure on about the nightlords before listening to these books, but now they are amongst my favourites of the traitor legions

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Fantastic

I thoroughly enjoyed this. Perfect ending to an epic trilogy. ADB is truly a master.

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Again amazing

Brilliant series of books, ADB writes chaos marines like nobody else!! Highly recommend, brilliant end to a brilliant trilogy

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nice way to "end" a serie

i loved the whole serie, and you know that it has to end one way or the other.
I'm very happy that it ended the way that it did.
not to happy, not to sad.

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