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.
This episode we are digging into the way back machine with the first book in the Ahriman series, Exile, by John French. You can purchase on Amazon, Black Library, or Audible.
From the back of the book:
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.
Questions to ponder after reading Ahriman: Exile:
- Did you like the book?
- What parts stood out?
- Do you like Ahriman as a character? Do you sympathize with him?
- The central themes revolve around hope and optimism for the Thousand Sons. Does this ring true?
- What do you think of Amon’s “solution” vs Ahriman’s?
- Were you ultimately invested in Ahriman’s arc?
- Where does Ahriman go from here?
- What game is Martoth playing at?
- Ahriman’s series was written before Fabius Bile’s series, but we read it second. How do they compare?