Horus Rising – Dan Abnett

Title: Horus RisingAuthor: Dan AbnettPublished by: Black LibraryPublication date: 25th April 2006Genre: Science-Fiction/WarPages: 416Format: PaperbackSource: Personal Collection Buy the Book: Amazon Buy the Book: Black Library "It is the 31st millennium. Under the benevolent leadership of the Immortal Emperor, the Imperium of Man has stretched out across the galaxy. It is a golden age of discovery and conquest. But now,... Continue Reading →

Warriors of Ultramar – Graham McNeill

Title: Warriors of UltramarAuthor: Graham McNeillPublished by: Black LibraryPublication date: March 2003Genre: Science-Fiction/WarPages: 317Format: PaperbackSource: Personal Collection Buy the Book: Amazon Buy the Book: Black Library This book was recommended to me by Battle Dave on Twitter due to my interest in the Mortifactors successor chapter, but no review of anything is completely unbiased, so I'll write my thoughts regardless.... Continue Reading →

Redemption through Sacrifice – Justin Woolley

Title: Redemption through SacrificeAuthor: Justin WoolleyPublished by: Black LibraryPublication date:  22 July 2019 Genre: Science FictionPages: 43Format: ePubSource: Purchased from Black Library Buy the book - Amazon Buy the book - Black Library I believe, that this is Justin Woolleys debut Warhammer 40k publication by Black Library. The main character of the story Marcus van Veenan, an ex-sergeant turned... Continue Reading →

Eldar Sketchbook

Today was the local Games Workshops Store Birthday, which is always a fun treat. Usually featuring a heap of cake and fun games for those that want to be involved. Earlier this week they announced something that really piqued my interest. They had some Eldar Sketchbooks on offer. A limited edition art book (which I... Continue Reading →

Movie Review – Creed

I've been meaning to watch Creed since it came out at the cinema, but for some reason I never got round to it. Maybe because it's not the sort of film my partner would enjoy - having never seen the rest of the series - and to be completely honest I wasn't so sure the... Continue Reading →

The Elder Scrolls Online – Early thoughts

I am pretty sure at some point in my life I vowed never to play an online MMO again, but The Elder Scrolls Online came recommended during a family visit and I was shown a little sneak peak so thought I would give it a go; what's the worst that could happen? I waste the... Continue Reading →

International what day now!?

According to the wonderfully reliable source that is Twitter, apparently yesterday was 'International Fangirl Day.' If I had known sooner then I would certainly have made a bigger celebration of it. The fact that at Thirty I am still able to be a fangirl is such a wonderful thing. No. Really it is! The fact... Continue Reading →

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