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I appreciate the follow. Thanks! :twilightsmile:

The fave, too! :pinkiehappy:

2206281 How interesting! I'll keep it in mind next time I go looking for new books to read.

Thanks for all the info on it!

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Oh man! I've just started the second book, but I loved the first. Cain is self preserving coward with great facial muscle control and can read other's emotions easily. Because of a mix of bad and good luck, he ends up becoming incredibly famous as a modest hero who is a father to his men and is endlessly resourceful and courageous. The setting and character gives you all the charm of a roguish anti-hero, with the heart-warming/cool moments of a straight out pure-hearted hero.

The setting is sci-fi adventure comedy, and it does it great. I actually didn't know much of anything about the 40K universe until I read the first one and I was hooked. I highly recommend reading them. The first one is Hero of the Imperium.

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I don't think I've ever read one of the books myself. From what I've seen people say the series as a whole is pretty good. It certainly gets referenced a bunch, but I don't get the references. Something something hero of the imperium right? and something about tea.

Have you read them? How'd you find them?

Oh my~ Didn't take well to that comment.
Not a fan of the Ciaphas Cain books?

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