Tag Archives: Imperial Fists

Sons of Dorn by Chris Roberson – Review [EJ Davies]


EJ Davies takes a look at Chris Roberson’s first Warhammer 40,000 novel which tackles the Imperial Fists chapter, a chapter first seen in the seminal Space Marine by Ian Watson.  The short story Gauntlet Run (available in Heroes of the Space Marines) takes place around the halfway point in this novel.

“A read that treads faithfully over some old ground.” ~The Founding Fields.

Space Marine Battles: Architect of Fate by Various Authors – Book Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the latest instalment in the Space Marine Battles series, entitled Architect of Fate, published by Black Library and set in the Warhammer 40,000 Universe. This features novellas from Sarah Cawkwell (Accursed Eternity), Darius Hinks (Sanctus), Ben Counter (Endeavour of Will) and John French (Fateweaver). This anthology is currently available in stores,  having been released this month. (May 2012).

A top of the range anthology containing some awesome novellas. A collection that truly raises the standard of themed anthologies, and one that is not to be missed by any Warhammer 40k fan.” ~The Founding Fields

Architect of Fate edited by Christian Dunn Review [EJ Davies]


EJ Davies reviews the Architect of Fate anthology and the most recent release in the Space Marine Battles series (number 10 if you’re counting) containing four original stories: Accursed Entity by Sarah Cawkwell, Fateweaver by John French, Sanctus by Darius Hinks, and Endeavour of Will by Ben Counter.

“A great collection of original and eye opening stories that really do take the 40K Universe into a dark and scary place.” ~ The Founding Fields.

Architect of Fate – Advance Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the first ever Space Marine Battles anthology, a collection of four novellas by different authors focused on a key character of the Warhammer 40,000 setting, the Greater Daemon of Tzeentch known as Kairos Fateweaver.

“One of the best anthologies that Black Library has ever published, Architect of Fate has definitely set a great precedent for future works that are similarly themed. I certainly want more such anthologies!” ~The Founding Fields