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Jaghatai Khan: Warhawk of Chogoris

Jaghatai Khan: Warhawk of Chogoris

As the Great Crusade burns across the stars, the primarch of the White Scars, Jaghatai Khan, must decide where his true allegiance lies.

Ever since the Imperium's rediscovery of the world of Chogoris, the White Scars' culture of warrior mysticism has sat uneasily with the ideals of Unity. As the Great Crusade burns across the stars, their enigmatic primarch Jaghatai Khan fights to preserve his Legion's 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 is a British author of fantasy and science fiction.

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  • Bastiaan Vergoossen

    Very nice book. This is the way a novel in the 'primarchs series' should be. Jaghatai Khan was for me always a less interesting primarch, somehow. This book changed that, even more than Path of heaven...

  • Monsour

    The primarch series is really making me like primarch I used to neglect in the original series. First it make me sympathies to Angron and now to the Warhawk itself. Hoping GW bring him back to be the ...

  • Veronica Anrathi

    A very decent book. I can not be happier for all of us readers, because Chris Wraight keeps doing Khan justice. A previously underappreciated character is becoming more and more developed with each ne...

  • Philippe Olivier

    Great book, very entertaining! Chris Wraight portrays a fascinating primarch who finds it hard to heed the imperial philosophy undermining the galactic conquest. The first planet the White Scars conqu...

  • Daeron

    This is by far and away the best of the Primarchs series so far. Excellent read!...

  • Sud666

    Jaghatai Khan, Primarch of the Vth Legion-The White Scars. This would have been a 5 star book, but the story is a tad bit brief. We see the Primarch of the Vth Legion take command of his troops and th...

  • Nick

    When reading this book I had a feeling of modest entertainment, like when your watching the six installment of a franchise that you have watched diligently ever since the first movie but like watching...

  • ?? ?

    I struggle to recall if any one of the Black Library authors had singlehandedly established the lore and custom of one of the Horus Heresy era legions like Chris Wraight had the White Scars (aka Space...

  • Michael Dodd

    Told across several short arcs spanning years of the Great Crusade, the emphasis is on Jaghatai’s and his Legion’s determination to go their own way and retain their unique identity. Even while ba...

  • Simon

    Have to agree with the other reviewers who say this is the best of the Primarch books. I felt it was a shame they gave the big special edition treatment to a bunch of stories that were... not the best...

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