Lords of the Storm (Black Library Novella Series 2: Book 5) – Edoardo Albert – Review

“Lords of the Storm is a surprisingly complex, multi-layered and thoughtful take on a number of elements lurking underneath the grimdark exterior of the Warhammer 40,000 setting, skilfully integrated with a fast-paced, well-organised and original plot that includes enough gunfights and hand-to-hand combat to satisfy the expectations of any Black Library reader. I would readily rank this alongside other Black Library newcomers like Thomas Parrott and Nate Crowley, and I believe that, like them, Albert has a unique and engaging take on the Warhammer 40,000 setting that I am eager to see more from.”

Isha’s Lament (Black Library Novella Series 2: Book 3) – Thomas Parrott – Review

“Isha’s Lament is an assured, confident and action-packed debut title by Parrott, and demonstrates that he has rapidly and deftly mastered the ability to write stories in the Warhammer 40,000 universe…Mr Parrott is now well on my radar as an author, and while I look forward to seeing what he can produce outside of the Warhammer settings, I suspect in regards to Black Library fiction he will soon be mentioned in the same breath as authors like Wraight, Reynolds and Annandale – those who really get the setting and how to write high-quality and memorable tales within it.”