The book just seems to be a series of "went here, got attacked, everyone died but G&F survived and killed the enemy." rinse and repeat at the next town.
Also each chapter seems to be a story on its own? as they go through the description of Gotrek at the start of each one.
Anyone else find this? Does the story get better? Are the other books in the series the same?
is in that multi-story format. The rest are like normal books.
Me personally I rank the Gotrek and Felix
novels in these rough scores, though i'm only past the first seven in the series.
- 10/10 (It introduced Thanquol so i'm biased.)
- 9/10 (The final battle though is a 11/10 for epicness.)
The problem with some of the G&F novels is that they feel very slow. That was the case with Dragon, Vampire and Giantslayer
. The books were good but just felt so slow that at times it felt like a chore to continue, but otherwise they were good enough. Personally I prefer Josh Reynolds and Nathan Long for my G&F, the former's Road of Skulls
is brilliant and G&F's best adventure since Daemonslayer
, and the latter has a good solid grasp of them and while I personally like Reynolds more, Long is still very good and i'd take him over any other author.