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Picking this up later, not impressed by the rumours and Gav Thorpes oversight and generally poor writing (his one success was Caledor, and even then it is nothing fantastic - he reads like a shopping list) is putting me off.

Still, it is part of the series.



 

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I know a few of the details of this book already. Both High Elf and Dark Elf fans NEED to read this book, it's going to turn a hell of a lot of things upside down.

I'll be getting a copy first-thing Saturday morning along with, hopefully, a copy of Warhammer: Khaine.


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Finished the Curse of Khaine. Oh wow, this -IS- the definite elf novel for a long time to come for sure. So many things you do not see comming.

But suffice to say that a LOT of things gets thrown upside down. And I personally found Malekith's story to be quite compelling and seeing how it plays out.
 

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Book 3 already? I will never catch up if they release a new one each month.

Does anyone know many books they have planned for the series? I might rethink getting into this if it's going to be as big as the Horus Heresy...
 

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Do you mean that as a statement about the quality of the book, or as a statement of sheer amazement??


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