• Blood-of-Asaheim
    Blood of Asaheim by Chris Wraight – review

    Out next week States-side in hardback, Blood of Asaheim is the first part of a new Space Wolf saga penned by talented Black Library stalwart, Chris Wraight. First part of how many? Well, Mr Wraight tells me that...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Pariah by Dan Abnett – review

    Out in November in Hardback, Pariah is book one of the Bequin trilogy. Penned by the master himself, Dan Abnett, this novel is the beginning of his third Inquisition trilogy. The first and second, Eisenhorn and Ravenor respectively, remain immensely...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Priests of Mars by Graham McNeill – review

    Out now from Black Library, Priests of Mars is the latest novel from Warhammer 40K stalwart Graham McNeill. My initial impression was that this was a standalone story, but over the course of the novel I soon got...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Know No Fear by Dan Abnett – review

    A late review for anyone who might be on the fence about this book. Know No Fear is unashamedly bolter porn, Dan Abnett style. To me this means the thinking man’s bolter porn. No lacklustre storyline hidden...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Graham McNeill (Warhammer) Interview

    Graham McNeill is a Science Fiction and Fantasy author of rare talent who has risen to fame from his beginnings as a games developer for Games Workshop.  Hailing from Glasgow in bonny Scotland, McNeil published his first Warhammer...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Emperor’s Gift by Aaron Dembski Bowden – review

    I love Grey Knights. There, I’ve said it…don’t judge me! Ever since I first read of them, I’ve been fascinated by the idea of a secret chapter of Daemon hunting Astartes founded from the genetic material of...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Legion of the Damned by Rob Sanders – review

    Legion of the Damned is the latest addition to the ever popular and ever growing Space Marine Battles series. Author Rob Sanders has proven himself to be a descriptive writer without equal whose words stretch the boundaries...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Last Ditch by Sandy Mitchell – review

    Released this month by The Black Library, The Last Ditch is the latest in Sandy Mitchell’s immensely popular Ciaphas Cain series. Long time fans of Cain will need no convincing about this new entry and will be not...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Gildar Rift by Sarah Cawkwell – review

    After a number of very well received short stories for Hammer and Bolter Magazine, Sarah Cawkwell was due to be given the space for a novel of her very own, and here it is. Released in December 2011, this...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Outcast Dead by Graham McNeill – review

    Next in the best-selling Horus Heresy series is Graham McNeill’s The Outcast Dead. This is a book that kept me up until 5 a.m. on a work night (we’ll not discuss what the day at work was...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Emperor’s Finest by Sandy Mitchell – review

        The Emperor’s Finest is the seventh novel in the tremendously popular Ciaphas Cain series. This novel was my first experience of Commissar Cain, and so, at this late stage, I wanted to jump in to...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Atlas Infernal by Rob Sanders review
    Atlas Infernal by Rob Sanders – review

    For any long-time 40K fans, Inquisitor Czevak needs no introduction. His quotes have appeared in many a game supplement going back into the dark and distant past. It was well past time that he be given a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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