Tuesday, July 14, 2009


Luke Reviews on Book of Secrets

Luke Forney has reviewed the forthcoming Book of Secrets, and liked some parts while disliking others. In the proud tradition of book blurbs and film ads for decades, I'm here quoting the nice things he has to say, making it sound like a rave.
Roberson mixes the elements of an action-thriller with pastiches of pulp-era crime and western stories, and succeeds incredibly. His short stories contained within this novel are fun and wonderful. The story of Finch moves along at a very nice pace as well, with plot elements popping up left and right. As the book flew along, leading to a bigger and bigger puzzle, I couldn’t be happier with how this book was going along. It was lots of fun.


I'm always a fan of looking at the positives, so rave me all day. That is, if rave can used as a verb like that. Probably not...

I have a copy of Dawn of War II sitting in a box, and as soon as I unbury all of my boxes from the move, I'll be taking a look at it. When the action in Book of Secrets was hot, it was on fire, and I can't wait to see how you transfered that over to Warhammer 40,000.
Thanks, Luke! I hope DOWII doesn't disappoint!
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