Okay too many questions and i have a job to do, but i will try to answer them. So:
Personally I find Wraight to be hit or miss. Battle for the Fang and Sword of Justice were good, but Sword of Vengeance felt like a chore
My points too, but i will definitely give Wraight a try for awesome battle for Chondax, hope it would be awesome
Personally I'm a big fan of most of Swallow's work
Iam not soo much, after the awful Fear to Thread. We will see if he coul do another Flight of Eisenshtein with his DG novel - but i really hope he would. Given the ideas BL plans to send their.
Are you just speculating, or do you have some source for this?
No, it was mentioned at BLW and BL live in March and in private conv. by some authors. They said that they will stop doing novels about the Legions background and fluuf, its long time past that, but
Hopefully, the WS novel goes into the Khan's motivations and the background of the WS. It's almost a guarantee though considering we know absolutely nothing about them.
It will - you will see next March.
I'll reserve my judgement until I read it for myself.
I understands you completely. Iam too has given a chance for Kyme, just on the fact, that i dont want to skip any HH stuff. The reality is that after the cool Betrayer - i havent seen a decent HH this year. Mark of Calth was bad, Imperial Truth was bad, and now Vulkan lives. To be honest - it is not a bad novel (by the Kyme standarts) - and definitely much better, then Prom. Sun, Salamanders bolter porn, but to say bluntly -
Konrad Curze and Mortarion had the most interesting childhoods of all the Primarchs, we've seen some of Curze's and now we can see some of Mortarion's. And if anyone here has read Betrayal by Forge World ...
I tell you who would do the Death Guard and Mortarion justice......Rob Sanders,
I concur - best DG from James Swallow was in the FOTE, but Robs DG in the 'Distant Echos of Old Night' was cool, even if at points to blunt. But thats exactly as i mentioned this Legion.