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I bought the soul drinkers omnibus and the 1st space wolf omnibus on the same day, and i had read them both by the week was done, (i did have a week off work, and it was nice weather so i just sat in the garden with a few corona's and chilled)

i really enjoyed them both, and now im struggling to contain all my BL books on my shelves, much to the annoyance of my girlfriend, i usually leave them in the bathroom. (gotta read while poo-ing yes?)

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First Warhammer book i read was Inquisitor by Ian Watson, think year was 1993.

First BL book was either First & Only or Space Wolf cant remember which, but i read them immediately after they were released.
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I got my first Black Library book in a White Dwarf... When was it now again? When the heck was 5th edition released? June 2008? Not sure, but I got it a month after 5th edition, and the book that came in the value pack was "Faith and Fire", which was, and still is, one of the better books I have read...

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Blood Angels Omnibus
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Soul Hunter.

Ever since I bought my copy from play.com, I've been hooked on the BL books and have now started reading the Horus Heresy series.

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My first warhammer was Troll slayer, been going G&F crazy ever since.
My first 40K was Inquisitor by Ian Watson, though this book is surely dated in term of canon, its still a great trilogy.
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Please don't kill me, but it was Dawn of War by C.S Goto...

But the one that really influenced me to play 40k was Strom of Iron by Graham McNeil, and i must say he has remained my favorite author since, he got me into CSM and created my love for the ad-mech with mechanicum.

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I think the first thing I read by Black Library was the short story collection that had William King's "Deathwing" in it.

I can't say it was--or is--one of my favorites, but it opened my eyes to the possibilities of stories set in a very dystopian far-future, in which there is only war. "Storm of Iron", by Graham McNeill was the first Black Library book I really enjoyed, with engaging characters and ideas* that are sadly not as prevalent anymore.
How remarkable- the exact same combo as myself!
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Mine was Fulgrim. Loved it, and have endeavoured to buy every HH book since. Fulgrim was an amazing book imo, and the build up to istvaan was unbelievable. McNeill is a tremendous author imo, A Thousand Sons and Fulgrim where truly phenomenal. Only book that can rank on par with those two is The First Heretic by ADB, am truly looking forward to more novels in the series by these two, cant wait to read about the battle of terra!
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Horus Rising, and that was back in october, since then I have read every horus heresy, considering thats 15 books thats not bad. As well as Assault on black reach by Nike Kyme, Soul Hunter by Aaron Dembski-Bowden, Angels of darkness by Gav Thorpe, as well as the first two books in eisenhorn, so I am nearly finished with that one as well.

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