Saturday, 2 October 2010

SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW: Warhammer 40K: Sabbat Worlds Anthology - Dan Abnett, Aaron Dembski-Bowden, Graham McNeill and more

Release Date: 01/10/10


Across the Sabbat Worlds, a bitter conflict is fought, a conflict that can only end in victory or annihilation. The innumerable forces of the Archenemy attack without mercy, and planet after planet burns with the flames of war. Yet even amidst this nightmare, the Imperial Guard stand stoic against their foes. The Phantine Air Corps battle the enemies of mankind across burning skies, while the Gereon resistance tries to break the foothold of Chaos on their beleaguered world and the legendary Gaunt's Ghosts fight in the most violent and bloody of warzones. This anthology opens the gateway to the Sabbat Worlds like never before, featuring new stories from some of the Black Library's best-known authors including Dan Abnett, Graham McNeill, Aaron Dembski-Bowden and many more.


A compendium of the Black Library’s finest authors who each write a tale based in Abnett’s 40K Sabbat Worlds. Featured within is the 2008 Games Day Gaunt’s Ghost story, a new battle of the Skies tale featuring the Apostle’s from Double Eagle alongside my personal favourite, Cell by Nik Vincent. It’s beautifully constructed and whilst fans are eagerly awaiting Salvations Reach in the Gaunt’s Ghost series it’s an ideal filler to help you get your fix and with the talent within serious value for money.

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