Blackhearts: The Omnibus
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Blackhearts: The Omnibus (Blackhearts #4)

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Under threat of death for their crimes, Reiner and his companions are forced to carry out the most desperate and suicidal secret missions, all for the good of the Empire. Chaos cultists, ratmen, dark elves, rogue army commanders and more - time and again the Blackhearts are pitted against impossible odds and survive - yet what they most what is their freedom.
Paperback, 768 pages
Published February 22nd 2008 by Games Workshop (first published September 3rd 2007)
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Lawrence Stewen
Feb 05, 2008 Lawrence Stewen rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who are tired of reading complicated and master classed books
You know that feeling that you get when you have read too many best seller/extremely good books? It's kind of like eating too much fancy food, after a while you feel like junk food. Blackhearts is probably the best junk food you will ever get. It has a simple plot, tons of action, and lots of humor. So if you feel like junk food then read The Blackhearts Omnibus
Sebastien
Dec 27, 2011 Sebastien rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fan de Warhammer et Grim Fantasy
Recommended to Sebastien by: Internet
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De retour aux sources :)!!! Après plusieurs livres d'auteurs originaux et d'oeuvre non-liés à des jeux, j'ai décider de recommencer à lire du Warhammer. Qu'est-ce qui a bien pu motivé cette décision. C'est simple, un nouvel auteur a pris possession de la série Félix et Gotrek. Comme une bonne majorité de gens, j'ai décidé de boudé cet auteur. Premièrement parce que les critiques disaient qu'on ne reconnaissait pas les personnages et deuxièmement parce que je trouvais que l'auteur avait affaiblit...more
Marnie
I really enjoy fantasy books and this is one of my favourites. I've never read another Warhammer book, I tried reading one once and I didn't even make it 3 chapters in before I got rid of it. However, I definitely want to read more of Nathan Longs books.

The book was well written and the characters were interesting. The story was fantastic and the action was constant. My sisters have read the book as well and really enjoyed it. My brother and I have both read the book at least three times and I a...more
Jay Little
The Blackhearts series may be one of my favorite fantasy series of all time. Nathan Long does an excellent job creating interesting characters cut from the cloth of the grim Warhammer Fantasy setting by Games Workshop. The premise is simple and seen before -- a ragtag bunch of miscreants and criminals are forced to work together, hoping for a chance at redemption while in reality, they aren't given any other option.

The stories are compelling, the characters are interesting, and the action, drama...more
Austin Smith
Take the ideas, concepts and characters of the Warhammer and then you take the rough idea of both The Dirty Dozen and The Devils Brigade and you would begin to get the idea of The Blackhearts. From start to bloody finish this set of boos is beyond amazing and good. The black humor of our hero and his companions, the situations they are forced into, and just the forces that aline themselves against them. All are above and beyond the call of what makes such a good and memorable book! A MUST READ!!...more
John  Ibarzabal
Very entertaining, far from a masterpiece but more than I expected from a fantasy novel inspired by the RPG / Miniature Wargaming.

The characters are a lot of fun, the world is both deadly, scary but at the same time, fun.

I am only sad the series is too short, I would love to see more adventures of the Blackhearts!
Emeyin
This was a GREAT book with easily relatable and likeable cast of characters. They were also not your standard "good guys" which is a huge plus. It kind of reminds me of Villians by Necessity by Eve Forward. Almost nonstop action in this book and I could not put it down. This goes in my top 10 books for sure.
Avahra
My first book i the War hammer series and I was a bit disappointing. Some of the plot twists involving the main chars just ended up annoying me.
Sean Hoskin
Average rogues with all the blessings and foibles humanity is subject to make these adventures humorous,entertaining and heartfelt.
Kara Reherman
amazing book, the only omnibus that I've finished in just two days. I loved the characters and the story engrossing
Patt
A good book but nothing to the Last Chancers which i think it was trying to capture
Mike
More Warhammer Antihero's kicking ass. Good read. RPG guilty pleasure, light reading.
Matthew Books
Best book set in the Old Warhammer world I've yet to come across.
Brad
fun, brainless, escapest dark fantasy
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Nathan Long is a screen and prose writer, with two movies, one Saturday-morning adventure series, and a handful of live-action and animated TV episodes to his name, as well as eleven fantasy novels and several award-winning short stories.

He hails from Pennsylvania, where he grew up, went to school, and played in various punk and rock-a-billy bands, before following his writing dreams to Hollywood...more
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