So, while shaking off my literary laziness, I stepped away from 40k books to try something that’s almost as light, but just that little bit better usually – a Warhammer Fantasy book named Valkia the Bloody. I’d been eager to sink my teeth into this one for a while now, and I hoped this book would not go against my general belief that most Fantasy books from the Black Library tend to be better written than the 40k ones. And I was not disappointed. 😀 Continue reading
“In the Emperor’s Name, fire in the hole!”
I still didn’t feel like reading anything ‘serious’, so another 40k book from the Black Library moved to the top of my reading pile – Treacheries of the Space Marines. Continue reading
I’ve been thinking lately to add content to the blog as I finish various books. And since the last two I’ve read are 40k books from the Black Library, I’ll be reviewing them together. First up is the disappointment that was Architect of Fate – a collection of novellas that are all supposedly featuring or at least related to Kairos Fateweaver, the blind Lord of Change that has survived the Well of Eternity. I’ll take the 4 stories in turn.
So I finally got around to building the Seeker Chariot I got some weeks back (something I had been wanting to do since it got released in August). I naturally couldn’t help myself and swapped some parts from the stock model with basic daemonette or seeker parts. The end result looks thusly:
So a couple of days I finally finished my terminators. Really, REALLY happy they’re done 😀