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Follow the link below to see what is coming for the next year at Black Library. I am particularly looking forward to the Nathaniel Garro books.
A little off-topic here:
I'm halfway through Storm of Iron and enjoying it. Any other black library books I should read?
Personally, I'm looking forward to the new horus heresy books, especially The First Heretic. The Word Bearers are villians I love to hate.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, it is the conquest of it." -Anon
Am a bit behind on Horus Heresy novels at the moment. Lets hope they keep up the quality.
Arch Overfiend & Grand Despot
I currently play:
Doom Eagle Space Marines
Hive Fleet Omega Tyranids
Goff Ork Boyz(dead)
Tau of O'me
Inquisitorial Xeno Hunters
and my attempted foray into fantasy
'Dark Angel Green' Dark Elves in need of fluff
The Ultarmarines books are slightly better than the BA books and I want to read the new one out. 7.2/10
Ciaphas Cain, whilst not the best written books and once you get the idea behind it they get a bit samey but I enjoyed them all the same. 6.7/10
Gaunts Ghosts have been my fav so far in all the 40k books I've read. Proper good read and an on going series. I think Major Rawne is one evil S.O.B 9/10
I'm going to read the Iron Worrior books next as they've been recomended and also get round to the Space Wolves some time. Also of course catch up with the HH series.
Last edited by Pheonix Lord; May 14th, 2010 at 12:34.
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Wow, looks like the first of the Garro books hits on the same month of my birthday, if it's on the same day I'll take it as a sign ^.^
Just by looking at the price, it's not going to be the usual BL book we're looking at here, it could be either hardback or particularly long storywise, maybe even both.
Fear the Alien books sounds insteresting, as there's not much in the way of novels written against or with races like the Tau or the Tyranids, sounds cool, as well as the forthcoming HH books, can't wait .
Gaunt's Ghosts is probably my favorite sci-fi or fiction series ever.
If you're into Space Marines he's done Brothers of the Iron Snake (I think that's the name) as well as a couple Horus Heresy books, all fantastic.
He also has done several derivative works of the Gaunt's Ghosts series most notably the Eisenhorn and Ravenor trilogies. Also the standalone books Double Eagle and Titanicus occur in the Sabbat Worlds Crusade timeline and mythos.
Interesting find here. This is the guy who done the covers to the Time of Legends and Space Marine Battles series.
The Art of John Sullivan
Last edited by Jared van Kell; May 16th, 2010 at 14:08.
Each to his own I guess, I'd also have to disagree with rawne being evil :o havent read the latest book but sofar he seems to be a bit of a teddy bear at heart. At the start of the series hes out for blood. Gaunts blood. But by the later books hes one of gaunts most loyal followers whether he always shows it or not. Either way the gaunts novels are an incredible series. i re read the entire series quite recently and they havent lost a single drop of the charm they exuded the first time round.
if you havent read the space wolves books yet i'd thoroughly recommend those too. 've started readng brunner the bounty hunter however 've stopped after the first mini story ( the book seems to all be n mini story esque accounts wrtten from a third party as he was told the story by brunner) and started on the gotrek and felx novels to coincide with my new found love for dwarves upon hearng some of the 8th ed rumours. f the chargng ranges are even a lttle bt longer than currently the only reservaton had about dwarves will have evapourated. The frist chapyer of the gotrek and felx novels was great, it threw you straght in wth the typcal humour and banter you'd expect between a rather timid human and a proud dwarf.
Anyhow, my "i" key seems to be playng up again and ts 4am so 'm gna ht the hay!
The new Garro books seem interesting. It looks like they're continuing the Inquisition line from Flight of the Eisenstein. That's going to be weird.
Some other potentially sweet ones as well...the Assassin book, and the Night Lords one. Not sure about this Dembski-Bowden fellow. I was hoping they'd get Simon Spurrier to do the Night Lord stories. Lord of the Night was seriously one of the best BL books I've ever read and it's practically begging for a sequel.
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