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Curse of the Necrarch (Warhammer Novels) Mass Market Paperback – July 29, 2008
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British author Steven Savile is an expert in cult fiction, having written for a wide variety of sf series, including Star Wars, fantasy and horror stories. He won the L Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future award in 2002, and has been nominated three times for the Bram Stoker award. He currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden.
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Radu's two apprentice thralls were Casimir and Amsel. Radu kept an eye on them both, wary of deceit and betrayal. However, Casimir was the one Radu expected of hiding plans to destroy him and take over. Then Amsel came forward with an ancient page, written in code, revealing clues to the location of an ancient treasure, possibly a relic of the Great Necromancer, Nagash.
Reinhardt Metzger was Knight Protector in the service of the Graf. Reinhardt expected to retire soon and pass his duty to a younger, stronger man. But when normal communications are interrupted, he and Kaspar Bohmen, his long time friend and right hand, ventured out. They learned that the dead walked the land and rushed back to prepare the town. When his town of Grimminhagen ended up being invaded and its inhabitants slaughtered, Reinhardt swore vengeance!
***** Steven Savile again proves himself to be a master in the Warhammer Fantasy field. Every page seems to ooze in blood, be they innocent or corrupted. Slight mentions of ancient texts or treasures from his other novels blends in and makes this story just a bit more believable too. This title is cursed to be another winner! Totally exorbitant! *****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.