A Thousand Sons, Graham McNeill

July 16, 2010

Review by Steve Dean Another of those damned Horus Heresy books. Magnus the Red is loyal to the Emperor, but he and his legion, The Thousand Sons, are known to use witchcraft [...]

The Dinner Party

July 13, 2010

Review by Stephen Theaker This semi-sequel to real-life events begins with a group of Australian students being cautioned and interviewed about the evening of 12 September [...]

Enemy of the Good (Postscripts 19)

July 12, 2010

Review by Paul Campbell The title story of this anthology sees our intrepid anti-hero, thief Luff Imbry, crashlanding (after an interminable 6 pages) in a desert where a [...]

Decay Inevitable, Conrad Williams

July 10, 2010

Review by Paul Campbell I decided to read this novel cold, foregoing the publisher’s blurb on the back cover. The story follows two small groups of characters whose [...]

Outer Darkness, Bart Brevik

July 8, 2010

Review by Colin Leslie Imagine Wheatley’s The Devil Rides Out written by one of those TV evangelists you find when you are looking for the other channels. That is how [...]

Strange Tales III, ed. Rosalie Parker

July 7, 2010

Review by Nathaniel Tapley It’s difficult not to judge a book from Tartarus Press by its cover. Heavy and beautiful, you feel you should be in front of an open fire, [...]

Titanicus, Dan Abnett

July 6, 2010

Review by Steve Dean When the vital forge world of Orestes is invaded by Chaos titans, the Imperials send their own titan legion in to counter-attack. For those who [...]
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