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Halo: Divine Wind

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Halo: Divine Wind
Cover art of Halo: Divine Wind.

Author(s):

Troy Denning

Cover artist(s):

Benjamin Carré[1]

Publisher:

Gallery Books

Publication date:

October 19, 2021[2][3]

Media type:

Print

Pages:

464 pages

ISBN:

9781982174903

 

Halo: Divine Wind is an upcoming Halo novel and sequel to 2020's Halo: Shadows of Reach, written by Troy Denning and published by Gallery Books. It is currently set to be released on October 19, 2021.[2][3]

Official summary[edit]

October 2559. With the galaxy in the suffocating grip of a renegade artificial intelligence, another perilous threat has quietly emerged in the shadows: the Keepers of the One Freedom, a fanatical and merciless Covenant splinter group, has made its way beyond the borders of the galaxy to an ancient Forerunner installation known as the Ark. Led by an infamous Brute named Castor, the Keepers intend to achieve what the Covenant, in all its might, failed to: activate Halo and take the last steps on the path of the Great Journey into transcendence…

But unknown to Castor and his new, unexpected ally on the Ark, there are traitors to the cause in their midst—namely the Ferrets, composed of Office of Naval Intelligence operative Veta Lopis and her young team of Spartan-IIIs, who have been infiltrating the Keepers to lay the groundwork for Castor’s assassination. But with ONI’s field operations now splintered and cut off by the Guardian threat, Veta’s original mission has suddenly and dramatically escalated in scope. There’s simply no choice or fallback plan—either the Ferrets somehow stop the Keepers or the galaxy faces an extinction-level event….[3]

Plot synopsis[edit]

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Appearances[edit]

Characters

AI

Human

Jiralhanae

Sangheili

San'Shyuum

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Trivia[edit]

The novel's title makes reference to the Prophet of Mercy's quote on Halo 2 when he describes Installation 05 and how it will begin the Covenant's Great Journey.

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