Thursday, 31 March 2011

More love for Legends

The Black Library's Warhammer 40K anthology Legends of the Space Marines continues to receive good reviews. And even those who don't rave over the book are still enjoying my Black Templars short story The Relic - which is nice.

Highlights of the book include The Relic by Jonathan Green, The Returned by James Swallow and At Gaius Point by Aaron Dembski-Bowden.

However, one reviewer was disappointed by the lack of soulless alien robot-forms in the collection.

My only gripe is that we dont hear enough about the "necrons" who (in my humble estimation) are the deadliest "mothers" in the universe therefore making them arguably the most interesting...

Well, that particular reviewer should make sure he picks up Victories of the Space Marines when it comes out, as that contains my Imperial Fists vs Necrons short But Dust in the Wind, which should make him one happy bunny.

You can buy your own copy of Legends of the Space Marines here, and pre-order Victories of the Space Marines (which also contains a story by me) here.

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