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Siege of Terra

REVIEW: Echoes of Eternity by Aaron Dembski-Bowden

Echoes of Eternity is the penultimate edition in Black Library’s expansive Horus Heresy and Siege of Terra series that dig into the story of Warhammer 40k’s foundational mythos. From Horus Rising to Warhawk this...

REVIEW: Warhawk by Chris Wraight

Warhawk is the sixth (of eight) in the Siege of Terra series and 60th Horus Heresy novel in Black Library’s ongoing marathon exploring and expanding the foundational myth of the Warhammer 40k universe. As...

REVIEW: The Fury of Magnus by Graham McNeill

The Fury of Magnus novella is the latest instalment in the ongoing Siege of Terra series as Black Library’s centrepiece project pushes towards a conclusion. As a novella, Fury of Magnus is more of...

REVIEW: The Solar War by John French

For those of us who’ve been long term fans of the Horus Heresy series, we’ve been waiting for the narrative to get to the climactic Siege of Terra for a long time. However, before...

REVIEW: The Buried Dagger by James Swallow

After well over a hundred novels, novellas, short stories, and audio installments, The Buried Dagger brings the Black Library’s flagship series, The Horus Heresy, to a close…of sorts. Yes, there is no way that...

The Most Anticipated Dark Fantasy and Sci Fi Books of 2024

2023 brought in a good haul of dark fantasy and science fiction books with many of our favorite authors dominating the scene with their releases (check out our favourites from 2023). As 2024 creeps...

REVIEW: Temple of the Hyena by Mark Brendan

Unclaimed treasures remain hidden deep within the desert of Egypt. Riches even tomb robbers dare not plunder due to its famed curse. It waits undisturbed until one band of desperate military men acquire its...

REVIEW: The Well of the Unicorn by Fletcher Pratt

The Well of the Unicorn is a novel by Fletcher Pratt, first published in 1948 by William Sloane Associates under the name of George U. Fletcher. Fletcher Pratt (1897-1956) was, variously, a librarian, translator,...

REVIEW: Valdor: Birth of the Imperium by Chris Wraight

Black Library’s books chronicling life in the grim darkness of the future usually fall under two basic timelines: the traditional 40th millennium of Warhammer 40K, and the 30th millennium, during which the tragedy of...

Ten criminally underrated fantasy books

Not all authors get to drown in royalties and have fans baying for their blood the moment they take twelve seconds away from the keyboard to scratch their arses. Some have brilliant first books...

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