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    BL Novels in 2013

    Credit goes to Liliedhe on the BL Bolthole for this list of coming novels in 2013 and their synopses.

    Horus Heresy: Betrayer by Aaron Dembski-Bowden


    Deathwatch by Steve Parker


    Space Marines Battles: The Death of Antagonis by David Annandale


    Baneblade by Guy Haley


    Path of the Incubus by Andy Chambers


    Blood of Asaheim by Chris Wraight


    Firecaste by Peter Fehervari


    Time of Legends: Blighted Empire by C.L Werner



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    Re: BL Novels in 2013

    Path of the Incubus comment:

    ...and a little help comes in a little glass vial in a gun pressed against her anatomy...

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    just waiting for death, strife and fury. I think for a change i am liking lots of what is going to come out of the black library. Blighted and Firecaste have taken my eye.

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    Re: BL Novels in 2013

    There's already a thread for this that already lists most of these novels.

    http://www.warseer.com/forums/showth...leases-Q1-2013
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    Who gets it ? Didn't both logar and angron survive the Hersey ?
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    Re: BL Novels in 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by trigger View Post
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    Who gets it ? Didn't both logar and angron survive the Hersey ?
    The fall relates to Angron falling to Khorne. In Butcher's Nails

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    All eldar prophecies (hehe, eldar prophecy) in all of BL literature would never come to fruition if they themselves wouldn't try to stop them. One is forced to find it weird when one tries to stop something and ends u giving tips to his enemy on how to achieve it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stormblade View Post
    All eldar prophecies (hehe, eldar prophecy) in all of BL literature would never come to fruition if they themselves wouldn't try to stop them. One is forced to find it weird when one tries to stop something and ends u giving tips to his enemy on how to achieve it.
    Just wait until you read Path of the Oucast...


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    so, uhm, when's a new gaunt's ghosts book due? abnett once mentioned that he does one a year. but i haven't heard about one this year, instead he's working on the first bequin book. did anyone hear about the ghosts?
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    Re: BL Novels in 2013

    It'll most likely be in the fall of next year. Pariah is with the editors at the moment and I believe Dan's next is his sequel to Know No Fear, The Unremembered Empire.
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    That's good news about a Know no Fear sequel, thanks for shearing that one Shadow Hawk. Is Betrayer going to be a full novel or a limited edition Novella?

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    It's a full novel and is a part sequel to Know No Fear and full sequel to the Butcher's Nails audio.
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    wait, what? know no fear gets a sequel? again from the ultramarine pov?
    that would make me quite happy until another GG book shows up. know no fear must have been one of my fastest reads ever...liked it a lot.
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    We also have Scorched Earth to look forward to
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    Re: BL Novels in 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by Kenzaburo View Post
    wait, what? know no fear gets a sequel? again from the ultramarine pov?
    that would make me quite happy until another GG book shows up. know no fear must have been one of my fastest reads ever...liked it a lot.
    Can't argue with that. My thoughts re: title lie along the lines of we get to see an underground war, i.e. Calth's famous underground caverns that Graham touched on in The Chapter's Due. It's a fantastic setting and if that is indeed what Dan is going with then that's great.
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    i believe Ventanus is the focal point of the Unremembered Empire
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    Re: BL Novels in 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by boogle View Post
    i believe Ventanus is the focal point of the Unremembered Empire
    I expect the same. He was sort of the main protagonist of KNF, even alongside all the others that featured, and he was also the protagonist for Graham's short story Rules of Engagement, and he is also involved (distantly) in The Chapter's Due.
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    Not one but two novels that feature the SoB? Oh what a world!

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    SOB?, Sisters of Battle? about 5000 years too early for them
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    Re: BL Novels in 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by boogle View Post
    SOB?, Sisters of Battle? about 5000 years too early for them
    In what way?
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