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REVIEW: Trollslayer by William King

Before I begin this review of Trollslayer, I should mention I’m a big fan of the Gotrek and Felix novels for Warhammer Fantasy so this is not an unbiased review. William King is one...

REVIEW: Neither Beg Nor Yield by Jason M. Waltz

The definition of Sword & Sorcery is a perennial topic of discussion in related forums. While the unacquainted often use the term to label any variety of fantasy fiction containing edged weapons and magic,...

REVIEW: Wrath of N’Kai by Josh Reynolds

Wrath of N’Kai by Josh Reynolds is a gamelit tie-in literature, specifically for Arkham Horror. I don’t play Arkham Horror but a friend of mine does and it basically seems to be a boardgame...

REVIEW: Ashes of Prospero by Gav Thorpe

The Wolves are returning to Prospero. If you’re a Warhammer 40,000 fan, and you know how epic that sentence is, then you’ll love this book. Gav Thorpe’s Ashes of Prospero is full to the...

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Warhammer 40K: Where to start reading

Get started reading Warhammer 40k The Warhammer 40K books are legion. They cover almost every kind of action and war sci-fi you could want, from mass trench warfare, to special ops, secret agents, void...