I've been waiting for this book ever since i finished the last one, Bloodforged (Ulrika the Vampire)
, and when it finally came i wasn't disappointed although i wasn't exatly overwhelmed either. it was a very good and entertaining read, and Nathan Long's vidid and lively descriptions of the universe and characters is as always very exciting and entertaining. i still find myself question why Ulrika ALWAYS seems to take the wrong decisions, or at least decisions i would call stubborn and sometimes plain stupid, and thereby found myself quite irritated at her, as a male reader, and in the process did distance myself, not only from the character, but from the book itself. but overall it was a good experience, and even though i prefer the Gotrek & Felix characters whom i can relate to, i still without a doubt would read another new Ulrika book if Nathan Long decides to make it a quadrilogy instead of a trilogy. definitely worth my money and time. now it's finally time for me to give Nathan Long's Blackhearts: The Omnibus (Warhammer)
a try since i've postponed it for way too long now, and i assume it'll be another thrillride. by the way i highly recommend listening to Robert Rich and Lustmord's ambient album Stalker
while reading any of the warhammer fantasy book since it really captures the dark, ominous, gloomy and gritty atmosphere of the Warhammer universe, and have made my reading experiences some vividly, imaginary and emotionally stimulating journeys. cheers!