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Summary

An Adepta Sororitas novel.

Follow the ritual funerary procession of the most honoured of all Sisters of Battle, as the young Sister Avra faces a war both without and within.

Listen because: discover how the Triumph of Saint Katherine inspires faithful warriors across the galaxy, in a tale of courage and shame from the perspective of a young Sister of Battle.

The story: carried by six Sisters of Battle, each the embodiment of a revered saint, the funerary procession known as the Triumph of Saint Katherine marches from world to world, battlefront to battlefront. Where darkness and heresy are rampant, it brings faith, hope and courage to the warriors of the Imperium.

Sister Avra of the Order of Our Martyred Lady is honoured beyond measure to battle alongside the sacred procession in defence of the beleaguered world of Kiros. However, this bold young warrior holds a secret shame in her heart, one she believes can only be redeemed in death. As the darkness closes in on Kiros, Avra is overcome by a vision—and soon realises that the Emperor has far greater plans for her.

Written by Danie Ware. Audio running time six hours and 40 minutes. Read by Emma Gregory.

©2022 Games Workshop Limited (P)2022 Games Workshop Limited

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Easy to follow and interesting story with astounding performance. Must listen for sororitas fans.

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okay story, great voice acting. interesting dive into the sisters of battle and the triumph of St Katherine

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  • 21-06-22

Subpar

The writing is weak, the story isn't very interesting. The performance is disappointing at times. Somebody should have coached a better melody for those hymns. She does well in most other areas, it's really surprising to me that she was good with it.

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  • 27-05-22

Doesn’t really go anywhere

Feels like a short story, not a full length novel. If you haven’t read faith and fire or hammer and anvil I would start with those.

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  • carina colon-santos
  • 24-05-22

Pleasantly surprised

i have been trying to find a good sisters story to listen too, but it seems like every book so far has been getting luke warm reviews.

i went into this one with low expectations, but it was (thankfully) a really good look into the mindset of each of the different orders of the sisters of battle.

the dialogue is a little cringe in the opening chapters, and i can do with a little less singing from a narrator, but the rest is pretty solid.

a small, self contained story that is a good break from galaxy spanning conflicts, or stories with way too many characters to keep track of.

definitely recommend to sisters fans. and even if your not, it gives you a peek as to why space nuns are so efficient in a galaxy filled with armored super soldiers and literal nightmares from hell.