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|06-29-11 06:45 PM|
Originally Posted by Marneus Calgar View Post
|06-29-11 06:23 PM|
|Marneus Calgar||Mine is, how surprising, the Ultramarines Omnibus. Got hooked with the BL, and kept reading|
|06-29-11 06:17 PM|
Originally Posted by Pyroriffic View Post
|06-29-11 12:03 PM|
|lange72||My first Warhammer novel was Konrad, waaaaay back too long ago. I don't know if the GW novels were BL at the time, but that was my first novel of GW IP. I didn't get a proper BL book until Space Wolf was released.|
|06-29-11 11:51 AM|
|William Siegfried||First BL book I read was Horus Rising, which is part of the Horus Heresy series. I started reading it shortly after I finished my first small Space Marine Company lol.|
|06-29-11 11:43 AM|
The first BL book I purchased was "Into the Maelstrom" - a collection of short stories, if I remember correct.
This was so time ago...I can't even find it on the BL website (before they used to have an 'out of stock' tab...now I can't find it)
|06-29-11 07:12 AM|
For me, my first Black Library book was Horus Rising. Been devouring them since, but I have a definite preference for Space Marine action over all the other parts of the 40K-verse.
I've been enjoying a shift to the WHF-verse (for a variety of reasons, including writey-based ones) and frequently think that it's a real shame more isn't made of some of the WHF titles. Because they're really, really good. (ANYTHING by Chris Wraight, for example, the Nagash series...)
|06-28-11 07:48 PM|
i would suggest you rethink your alienation of the series. just a suggestion, because i think you would really like it.
|06-28-11 07:29 PM|
|06-28-11 07:19 PM|
Deathworld, believe it or not.
Favorite is probably that Ravenor series.
I stay away from the Horus Heresy novels.
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