| Saturday, May 14th, 2011 at 12:20 am
REVIEW SUMMARY: Engaging sequel; overall great read.
BRIEF SYNOPSIS: The second Installment in the Warhammer 40K Night Lords series finds the 8th Legion struggling for a new ship and a new lease on life.
PROS: Well-written; engrossing plot; character development; chaos perspective.
CONS: Perhaps a little light on the thrill of suspense.
BOTTOM LINE: Warhammer 40K at its best. This novel pops with all the savory sexiness that is Chaos in the 41st millennium.
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Hey, Warhammer 40K fans…here’s a brand new book trailer for The Horus Heresy Books A Thousand Sons by Graham McNeill and Prospero Burns by Dan Abnett, two upcoming Warhammer 40K books from Black Library.
Not sure how I missed this, but Black Library has announced their upcoming Print-on-Demand service to allow people to order out-of-print books.
From their website:
As previously announced at this year’s Black Library Live!, Black Library will be launching a range of Print on Demand titles in January 2010 to bring back classic and fan-favourite novels, graphic novels and artbooks that have been out of print for many years. Most of these titles will be brought back through this special service whilst a few will have minor edits to reflect changes to the background of the Warhammer and Warhammer 40000 worlds.
This move also comes with the news that they will be reprinting older Warhammer and Warhammer 40000 that break the continuity of the current worlds. These titles will be published under the Heretic Tomes banner.
[via Tabletop Gaming News -- Thanks, Dave!]