Thursday, 1 October 2009

SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW: Warhammer 40k: Space Wolf Omnibus 2 - William King, Lee Lightner


The Space Wolf Omnibus combines superb science-fiction drama with military battles on an epic scale, featuring the legendary hero Ragnar Blackmane.


It’ll come as no surprise but I’m an absolute huge fan of the Omnibus’ that BL release every so often as, for me, they’re pure entertainment at a knock down price. What you have in this offering is the handing off of one of the originators of the Warhammer 40k Universe to a Younger Author which happens seamlessly with no discernable changes in the characters personality and keeps up the explosive action that brought the BL to the worlds notice. Following the exploits of one of the most famous Space Wolves as war against mankinds foes take him from one end of the universe to another though various personal challenges and acts of brotherhood that demonstrate the sheer determnination and stubbornness that appeals to readers. Cracking value and something that is a must own for all WH40K fans.

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