Every two weeks we read a new book in the WH40k universe and discuss it on our podcast. We invite you to read along with us and join in on our conversation via comments, Twitter, email, or vox cast.
From the back of the book:
War rages in the Caradryad Sector. Worlds are falling to madness and rebellion, and the great war machine of the Imperium is moving to counter the threat. Amongst its agents is Inquisitor Covenant. Puritan, psyker, expert swordsman, he reserves an especial hatred for those of his order who would seek to harness the power of Ruin as a weapon. Summoned to an inquisitorial conclave, Covenant believes he has uncovered such a misguided agent and prepares to denounce the heretic Talicto before his fellows. But when the gathering is attacked and many left dead in its wake, Covenant vows to hunt down Talicto and discover the truth behind the mysterious cult apparently at the heart of the massacre, the Unseen. In the murky plot into which he is drawn, Covenant knows only one thing for certain: trust no one.
Questions to ponder after reading Resurrection
- Did you like the book?
- Which parts stood out to you?
- The narrative structure of this book is strange for an Inquisitor novel. We never really get to the know the inner-workings of Covenant. Is this effective? How do you feel about Covenant?
- Who are your favorite entourage members, and why?
- How do you feel about the Thorians? Do you agree or disagree with their views?
- How do you feel about the Horusians? Does this belief surprise you? What other Horusians do we know?
- What do you think happened to Kade Zecker? Will we see her again?
- Was that Idris? Who could possibly be the other members of the Triumvirate?