All is dust... Spurned by his former brothers and his father Magnus the Red, Ahriman is a wanderer, a sorcerer of Tzeentch whose actions condemned an entire Legion to an eternity of damnation. Once a vaunted servant of the Thousand Sons, he is now an outcast, a renegade who resides in the Eye of Terror. Ever scheming, he plots his return to power and the destruction of his enemies, an architect of fate and master of the warp.
Engrossing as it is grotesque in descriptive narative
A true story of pursuit, and of running from ones fears and past. I could relate to the story of the main character in that running from a bad decision can sometimes be more effort than facing it up front. Nice character arches and a great detail in the sorcery. Worth a read if you're into understanding how Ahriman retook control of the thousand sons as it really comes nicely together at the end.
Nothing really happens
I started of enjoying this book, it was darker than most 40k books, I ignored the spelling mistakes and the errors that the editors missed, I hope that this is part of a saga as it leaves you wanting more