From the Black Library the Space Wolf Saga continues. The Battle of the Fang has already been up for pre-order, and is set for a release date of June 7th, which is now right around the corner. This is a stand alone novel, but is said to continue the feel of Propero Burns.

Info on Midnight on the Street of Knives is further down.

I for one am excited to read the Battle of the Fang. I was just ordering it, when I discovered that I had not done a release date or announcement post on the book. This is the book I will be taking with me this year when vacation comes around.

The story
It is M32, a thousand years after the Horus Heresy. The Scouring is over and the Imperium at the height of its post-Crusade power. When Magnus the Red is tracked down to Gangava Prime, the Space Wolves hasten to engage the daemon primarch. Even as Great Wolf Harek Ironhelm closes on his ancient enemy, the Fang on the Space Wolves home world is besieged by a massive force of Thousand Sons. A desperate battle ensues as the skeleton forces of Wolf Lord Vaer Greylock attempt to hold back the attacking hosts before the last of his meagre defences gives in. Though a single Scout ship survives to summon Great Wolf Harek Ironhelm back to Fenris, none of the defenders truly realise the full scale the horror that awaits them, nor what the Battle for the Fang will cost them all.

Midnight on the Streen of Knives (ebook)

This is available now. An ebook envolving the Dark Eldar. It is a short book and inexpensive $2.99, by Andy Chambers. This is also up on my "to read list", probably after vacation. The ebook is available now.

Xagor is on an errand for his haemonculus master, the delivery of a thoroughly unimportant package and some tremendously important news. A Dysjunction is coming, and Commorragh will be shaken to its very foundations. As Xagor travels the dangerous streets of the dark city, he is sure he is being followed.

Kharbyr has been sent to capture a package. Hunting the servant of a twisted haemonculus through the warrens of Commorragh, he is eager to slip his knife between his prey’s ribs and watch the life flee from him. But the servant is behaving oddly, and Kharbyr suspects that there is more to the other eldar’s task than a simple delivery.

A game of cat and mouse can lead to anything. Especially at midnight on the Street of Knives.

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