Frost here with news about the only Space Marine legion cool enough to name their blades after yours truly.
That’s right, fans of the Space Wolves will be happy to know that one of Dan Abnett’s most acclaimed works, Prospero Burns, is now available in audio book in its original, unabridged length. Over 13hours of murder-making will accompany your furious painting sessions. Unlike the audiobook renditions of previous Horus Heresy novels, your quest for forbidden knowledge will be unhindered by the Inquisitorial censor.
Another quality of Prospero Burns is that it meshes so well with Graham McNeill’s A Thousand Sons. Both stories have many parallels and different perspectives on key events, such as the Council of Nikaea and the destruction of Prospero. Despite their differing authors and styles, both stories complete one another. There are few things I could recommend more for entertaining yourself through long bouts of furious painting.
Also, Gareth Armstrong gives this audiobook an excellent reading, giving unique voices to every character and putting careful nuance in their every word. He truly brings Prospero Burns to life in the mind of the listener in a way that audiobooks rarely can.