Cult of the Warmason – A Battle of Faith

The Adepta Sororitas face a foe just as fanatical as themselves – and without number.

On the shrine world of Lubentina, one of the holiest planets of the Imperium, dedicated to a hero from the Age of Heresy, civil unrest and rumours of sinister, four-armed monsters spur the Sisters of Battle into action against numberless foes.

Cult of the Warmason $27.00

ebook $15.99

THE STORY
In a galaxy teeming with alien aggressors, nothing unites the Imperium more than the worship of the immortal God-Emperor. Without the shining light of his divinity, travel through the stars would not be possible, and humanity would be swallowed by darkness. The shrineworld of Vadok attracts billions of pilgrims who visit to reaffirm their faith, and catch a glimpse of the sacred relic held in its great cathedral. But the reach of man’s enemies is long, and when civil unrest breaks out, and rumours of four-armed monsters abound, the Adepta Sororitas tasked with defending the world must face the fight of their lives. For they are few, but their enemies are numberless.

Written by C L Werner

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Cult of the Warmason ships in April.

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  • Earl Tower

    And another intriguing story to add to the purchase list.

    • rtheom

      And probably never actually get around to reading list. 🙁

  • Kevin Maloney

    I’ll wait and see what reader reviews are like. I’ve been disappointed by the BL’s depiction of Sororitas in the past (although I’m intrigued about the GC perspective)

    • Reven

      Have you read Faith and Fire?

      • Kevin Maloney

        Yes, and I honestly wasn’t all that impressed with it. The ideas behind it were solid, but the execution wasn’t that great: the villains felt cartoonish, the characters one-dimensional, and the action just didn’t grab me.

        James Swallow tends to be hit or miss for me in that way: when he hits, he hits really well (ie, Nemesis, Flight of the Eisenstein), but when he misses, you get something that could have been great, but that falls drastically short of the mark (ie Fear to Tread, Faith and Fire/Hammer and Anvil)

  • TDog

    Pretty cool concept – just one more thing for me to buy.

  • Severius_Tolluck

    hmm may splurge for this purge