Sunday, 11 August 2013

SCIENCE FICTION EBOOK SHORT STORY REVIEW: Warhammer 40K: Engine of Mork - Guy Haley

Release Date: 18/07/13
Publisher:  Black Library


Deep in the jungles of Garbax World stands an idol of rust-streaked steel, a mighty effigy of the greatest of all gods, Mork (or is it Gork?). Worshipped by the local greenskins, under the guidance of Boss Grabskab, it is a mighty symbol of what it means to be an ork. Of course, it would be even more mighty if it worked… Grabskab is determined to fix the idol and conquer all the tribes of Garbax World. That’s what Stompas are for, after all…


WWWWAAAAARRRRGGGGHHHHHHHH!!!!!! Da Orks are on da march and whats better than a bit of a scrap to get not only revenge for those sneaky thieveses than handing out a lesson or two with a big cannon? All round a great short story and one that was a nice bit of fun to embark upon to break up the usual type of book I sit down with. It doesn’t require thinking and is a title that is about as subtle as a brick (which for Ork’s is quite appropriate. LOL) Definitely a title to get if you want a little bit of fun and levity and something that the Ork Nobz should be promoting.

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