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on 10 January 2001
This is the tale of a group of knights set in Games workshop's Warhammer world who are sworn to protect the world against the evils of the Chaos gods and their minions. The story is based on a number of short stories and has been written so that they all interlink. it seems uncertain how they are all to mesh together as they vary in their nature until the climax of the book upon where all is explained. Abnett & co. have really pulled out the stops to give some much needed background to the heroes of the book, for the the benefit of Warhammer players, and an enjoyable read for all concerned. the book is easy to read if not a little confusing, though it pays off well in the end. If you are a fan of fantasy, and particularly if you are a gamer, this book is most definately a must. the story has less humour than William King's Slayer series, though it more than makes up for it with suspense as you follow the demoralised White Wolves though their adventures. This is definatley a must!
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