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Has anyone else read the novel, Riders of the Dead by Dan Abnett? Its a novel about the Storm of Chaos and it is really one of the best books to have been published by the Black Library. It details the events in the two years leading up to Archaon's invasion with the mighty army of Surtha Lenk razing Wolfenburg and everything in between. Since it was written before the campaign, it is set during the storm of chaos but official fluff took the main story and put it in the year ahead. Anyone playing the campaign really ought to read this greaat novel.
â€œCry â€˜Havocâ€™ and let slip the dogs of war!â€? - Julius Caesar, Act III, Scene I
Aye I've read it, I thought it was great whislt others I've heard think it sucked. I think Dan did well to follow the twin storylines and mix them occassionaly (one just missed the others passing etc) and shows both sides of the battle.
I do suggest anybody reads this, and others too. The Slayer novels being my favourite...