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:
The Horus Heresy is over and the Traitor Legions have scattered, fleeing the wrath of a vengeful Imperium. The World Eaters are leaderless, their primarch missing and their greatest hero, Khârn, in a coma. The surviving World Eaters have turned upon themselves, the Butcher’s Nails driving them to ever greater acts of berserk savagery. Poised on the brink of destruction, the Legion needs a leader. It needs Khârn – but will his awakening save them, or doom them entirely?
Questions to ponder after reading Kharn: Eater of Worlds:
- Did you like the book?
- What parts stood out to you?
- What are your thoughts on Kharn in this middle stage? Not fully a berserker, not his former self, what is he?
- A lot of the HH is about the doomed nature of so many legions. Do you understand the World Eaters better now? Do you like them?
- Draegher and Brond are in very different places. Do you like either? Neither?
- Were you invested in Skoral’s and Maven’s stories? Were they good additions?
- Would the short story have been better served after the main story? What happens to Maven next?