BOOK REVIEW: Night Lords: The Omnibus, by Aaron Dembski-Bowden

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Publisher: Black Library Series: Night Lords(#1-3) Genre: Grimdark SF Pages: 942 Publication Date: 2020 Verdict: 3/5 The Night Lords, once under the leadership of Konrad Curze but now turned to the path of Chaos, roam the dark places of the Galaxy. Plagued byContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Night Lords: The Omnibus, by Aaron Dembski-Bowden”

BOOK REVIEW: Traitor Rock, by Justin D Hill

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Publisher: Black Library Series: Cadia (#3) Genre: Military SF Pages: 341 Publication Date: 2021 Verdict: 5/5   Cadia has fallen, but the Cadians themselves live on. Throwing themselves into war after war in search of an identity, the Cadians now face a seeminglyContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Traitor Rock, by Justin D Hill”

BOOK REVIEW: The Infinite and the Divine, by Robert Rath

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Publisher: Black Library Genre: Space Opera Pages: 440 Publication Date: 2020 Verdict: 3/5   Tazyn the Infinite is a collector of history, roaming the Galaxy in search of new acquisitions for his collection. But as the Necrontyr prepare to rise from their millenniaContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Infinite and the Divine, by Robert Rath”

TBR & BEYOND: September 2021

Welcome to the latest edition of TBR & BEYOND, a new regular feature where I take a look at my TBR, run through my reading plans for the month ahead, and talk about science-fiction related things I’m excited about for the coming month. A fair bit of this is similar to the previous month, butContinue reading “TBR & BEYOND: September 2021”

BOOK REVIEW: The Serpent and the Saint, by Matthew Farrer

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Publisher: Black Library Series: Urdesh (#1) Genre: Grimdark Pages: 261 Publication Date: 2021 Verdict: 3/5 In the forges of Urdesh, a war is raging. A battle such as the Sabbat Worlds Crusade has never before seen. Into this battlefield comes Damocles Squad, pledgedContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Serpent and the Saint, by Matthew Farrer”

TBR & BEYOND: August 2021

Welcome to the latest edition of TBR & BEYOND, a new regular feature where I take a look at my TBR, run through my reading plans for the month ahead, and talk about science-fiction related things I’m excited about for the coming month. A fair bit of this is similar to the previous month, butContinue reading “TBR & BEYOND: August 2021”

BOOK REVIEW: Bloodlines, by Chris Wraight

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Publisher: Black Library Genre: Crime/Grimdark Pages: 311 Publication Date: 2020 Verdict: 4/5 In the sprawling city of Varangantua, lawman Agusto Zidarov is tasked with finding the missing son of a wealthy family. But this missing person case leads Zidarov into the murky worldContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Bloodlines, by Chris Wraight”

BOOK REVIEW: Flesh and Steel, by Guy Haley

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Publisher: Black Library Genre: Crime/Grimdark Pages: 312 Publication Date: 2020 Verdict: 5/5   Symeon Dymaxion-Noctis is a lawman hiding from his own noble heritage. Rho-1 Lux is a tech-priest investigating potential heresies. When a murder implicates the tech-priests of Steelmound in a conspiracy,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Flesh and Steel, by Guy Haley”

BOOK REVIEW: Sabbat War, edited by Dan Abnett

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Contributors: Dan Abnett, Graham McNeill, Robert Rath, Marc Collins, Matthew Farrer,  Justin D. Hill, Eduardo Albert, John French, Rachel Harrison Publisher: Black Library Genre: Military SF Pages: 398 Publication Date: 19/06/2021 Verdict: 3.5/5   The Sabbat Crusade is one of the Galaxy’s mostContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Sabbat War, edited by Dan Abnett”

TBR & BEYOND: July 2021

Welcome to the latest edition of TBR & BEYOND, a new regular feature where I take a look at my TBR, run through my reading plans for the month ahead, and talk about science-fiction related things I’m excited about for the coming month. A fair bit of this is similar to the previous month, butContinue reading “TBR & BEYOND: July 2021”