Forbidden Lore – Ahriman: Exile by John French

imageAhriman: Exile by John French, is our next novel for The Forbidden Lore segment. This novel is currently available via eBook format. So pick it up now before the segment and be sure to read it before we go into an in depth, spoiler filled discussion!

Hopefully we can get John French to join us for this conversation as well and give us some of his insights...

This Forbidden Lore segment will air in episode in Episode 72, which is schedule for Feb 2, 2013.

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.

What is "Forbidden Lore"? Read on:

Once per month we pick a "Black Library Book of The Month". We announce what book it is on one show and we will also then create a thread with a big SPOILER WARNING in the title in our "The Librarium" section of the boards so people can start to discuss thoughts and ideas there.

Two episodes later (so roughly one month later), pulling from the thread and our own personal reading experience, we will then have an extremely in-depth discussion about this book. This will cover spoilers about the story, which characters live, die, change, etc.

At the beginning of the episode we will announce that we are going to be discussing this book and all the spoilers for it.

We will place the segment at the END of the podcast, after the exit music, and present ANOTHER strong warning to really call attention to the fact that spoilers are coming. Then we will have a 20-30 min discussion about the book and what our thoughts were on it.

Keep in mind this isn't a REVIEW of the book - since everyone listening or caring enough to listen to that segment will have already read it. It's a discussion about what we all collectively read.

We really like the Black Library books and we think this will really bring home some of the "Feel like a part of our gaming group" approach we have taken.

1 Response

  1. Matt Onken
    This was a great book. If you love psycher battles you will not be disappointed. There is a lot of insight into the Thousand Sons and their genesis. A must read for any lore fan.

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