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:
Doom has come upon the Thousand Sons. A plague of fire and dust stalks the Legion across time and space, born from the sorcerous Rubric that saved them from annihilation and damned them for eternity. One by one, the spirits of the Rubricae are vanishing from the prisons of their armour – and one by one, living sorcerers are cursed to take their place.
Driven by the obsessive need to save his Legion and find redemption, Ahzek Ahriman seeks the time-altering technology of the forgotten necrons to overwrite his past mistakes. Shadowed by aeldari Harlequins, and with secrets and divisions spreading through his forces, the Arch-Sorcerer must find a new path to salvation – before all becomes dust.
Questions to ponder after reading Ahriman: Eternal:
- Did you like the book?
- Which parts stood out to you?
- Ahriman, still trying to ice skate uphill. Were you invested in this adventure?
- What did you make of his band of followers this go around?
- Were the Necrons a good foil for Ahriman? Did this make the book feel dated?
- Did the Harlequins help the narrative, in your mind? Are their machinations clear?
- What did you make of Helio’s reveal?
- This book really hones in on the fate of the Thousand Sons—what was, what is, and what will come. What does this mean for the Thousand Sons? Where do they go from here?