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Blighted Empire

Free Read Blighted Empire - by C.L. Werner Free Read Blighted Empire - by C.L. Werner - Blighted Empire, Blighted Empire Second novel in the Time of Legends The Black Plague seriesThe Black Plague spreads across the Empire followed by a tide of monsters from legend the skaven In Altdorf Emperor Boris s troops valiantl

  • Title: Blighted Empire
  • Author: C.L. Werner
  • ISBN: 9781849703116
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback

Free Read Blighted Empire - by C.L. Werner, Blighted Empire, C.L. Werner, Blighted Empire Second novel in the Time of Legends The Black Plague seriesThe Black Plague spreads across the Empire followed by a tide of monsters from legend the skaven In Altdorf Emperor Boris s troops valiantly hold off the ratmen while the corrupt Emperor escapes to safety In Middenheim Graf Gunthar and his son Mandred defend their city against a horde of the vile invaders ASecond novel i

Blighted Empire

Free Read Blighted Empire - by C.L. Werner Free Read Blighted Empire - by C.L. Werner - Blighted Empire, Blighted Empire Second novel in the Time of Legends The Black Plague seriesThe Black Plague spreads across the Empire followed by a tide of monsters from legend the skaven In Altdorf Emperor Boris s troops valiantl Blighted Empire

  • Free Read Blighted Empire - by C.L. Werner
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  1. This book continues in the same vein as the first of the trilogy In all actuality, there s no way the Empire should survive, and if they do just b c of skaven inter clan treachery, that s going to be kind of cheesy ha.Character development continues pretty well, and I do like how Werner shows vignettes from the different provinces of the Empire The only thing that would also be cool is to show how the external powers are dealing with the decimation It s been 6 years and no mention of orc beastme [...]


  2. You can read the full review over at my blog sonsofcorax.wordpress 2013In recent years, C L Werner has emerged as one of my favourite Black Library authors, especially through his short fiction Primarily writing in the Warhammer Fantasy setting with an occasional foray into Warhammer 40,000 I think of him as one of the technically sound authors and someone who can tell complex stories and complex characters really well He showed that with Dead Winter last year, his first Black Plague novel for [...]


  3. Oh man what a book The Blighted Empire picks up shortly after the events in Dead Winter and does an absolutely stellar job of continuing the plot lines Action wasn t always at the fore of the novel and it really benefited from that as the political intrigue was just THAT well done Every scene with Boris, Kreyssig, or Mandred just stole the show The novel had so many twists and turns it could make your head spin if you read too fast.The Outlaw Knight wasn t in the novel as much as I would have li [...]



  4. THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS After reading Volume 1 of the Black Plague series, Dead Winter which I rated 4 stars , this second volume was a disappointment because of lots of little discrepancies and confusing odds and ends For example why was Vanhal building his supertower How the hell do the Skaven get their huge warmachines above ground through the sewers Why set up the Emperor and his entourage to spiral out of control into immorality and depravity i.e Chaos and then cut that story line sho [...]


  5. This book was quite a read.I read Dead Winter about a year ago and could still just remember most of the characters In some parts a slow read but thats the way politics go, there is alot of it in this book, but it was a great setup, Mr Werner, job well done Secretly I have been rooting for the Skaven through the whole book Humans have alot of dicks trying to run the show and Boris was a douche I liked all aspects and all vantage points this book had to offer and it will come highly recomended to [...]


  6. Much better than the first book It s a good thing, the thrill from book series should escalated with each book.More conflict and less boring stuff compared to the first book The only thing I regret is how weak the council of thirteen members are They are suppose to the most experienced, cunning and cautious, but some of them died pretty easily In the Thanquol Boneripper series, the council are viewed as malignant superpower of skaven community In here, they re not so different from common skaven [...]


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