Black Library

Blood for the Blood God

This was my second Back Library Warhammer Fantasy novel. A novel about a champion of Khorne who roams the Chaos Wastes slaying all who stand between him and his destiny.

Again another excellent read from the Back Library. The story line had a interesting twist at the end, leaving the story line open for a sequel.

This novel gave a great insight into the infighting and synergies between chaos tribes. How Khorne worshipping tribes despise Tzeentch and vica versa. Each of the four god worshipping tribes were involved, as well as a beast tribe, and plenty of daemons.

Now I need another novel, definitely going for another Warhammer Fantasy novel from the Back Library.

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Blood for the Blood God

I purchased my second Back Library Warhammer Fantasy novel today, Blood for the Blood God.

A Novel about a champion of Khorne who roams the Chaos Wastes slaying all who stand between him and his destiny.

Can anyone defeat him or will the Wastes be drenched in the blood of fallen champions.


Battle for Skull Pass, The Novel

I have really enjoyed reading this short novel. I particularly liked the paragraph where a drunk Dragon Slayer was described as a Flagon Slayer. Also who would think that a cowpat could cause the Goblins to fail an animosity test, brilliant!  The novel really did fit into the world portrayed by the Battle for Skull Pass box set, for instances why aren’t there any Squigs in the box set, and why does it contain a pony drawn grudge cart?  Read this novel to find out!  This was my first Black Library novel, I enjoy it so much will be purchasing some more Black Library Warhammer Fanstasy novels.


Battle for Skull Pass, The Novel

I have purchased my first Black Library novel today whilst on a trip to Warhammer World in Nottingham.  The Battle for Skull Pass The Novel by Nathan Long.

High in the mountains, the dwarfs fight an eternal battle against their greenskin enemies, the orcs and the goblins. When the ambitious Dagskar Earscrapper sets his sights on taking Skull Pass, the conflict between goblin and dwarf is re–ignited. Can the stoic dwarfs, led by Godri Thunderbrand, fend off the greenskin invaders and save the fledgling settlement of Karak Grom? Or will the banner of the Crooked Moon boys fly high above Skull Pass?

After reading the novel I will post a review.  I am not the fastest when it comes to reading, and have a lot on at the moment so this may be a while.