Ever since the Imperium's discovery of Chogoris, the White Scars' culture of warrior mysticism has sat uneasily with the ideals of Unity. As the Crusade burns across the stars, their enigmatic primarch Jaghatai Khan fights to preserve their distinctiveness amid a galaxy where cold rationality holds sway. Despite his self-imposed isolation, others in the brotherhood of primarchs seek to draw him into the greatest ideological battle of them all – the place of psychic power within the Legions. As the librarius project is born, and opposition to it grows, the Khan must decide where his greatest allegiance lies – to the Imperial Truth, or to his own heritage.
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Chris Wraight returns to the Khan of Khans with a tale set at the height of the Great Crusade and showing the momentous decisions that, in some ways, led to the darkest events of the Horus Heresy.
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Love the Khan but too short
Great book that fills in details but could have been longer
Good book but is contrived
The description at start seems more appropriate to alpharius. I would have emphasized the fact that the khan was free of the constraints of imperial bureaucracy and politics. A wild card