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Red Thirst by David Pringle
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bookshelves: anthology, warhammer-fantasy, black-library
Read in December, 2007

** spoiler alert ** Red Thirst - Jack Yeovil (Silver Nails)
The Dark Beneath the World - William King (Trollslayer)
The Spells Below - Neil Jones
The Light of Transfiguration - Brian Craig
The Song - Steve Baxter (Not Re-Released)
The Voyage South - Nicola Griffiths (Not Re-Released)

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The first tale I didn't read it. The second is on Trollslayer and it's the centerpiece on this anthology. Like the previous books. In these tale they travel to the mountains and battle goblins and a troll. These tale we learn more about Gotrek and Felix and how Felix got his sword. Nice tale.

The Spells Below by Neil Jones is a tale of a wizard, a young woman and a familiar. He being a wizard is considered a follower of chaos and she tries to make them see that he isn't. Another tale that could belong to Forgotten Realms.


The Light of Transfiguration - Brian Craig is a story about a nun and the temptation by some chaos relics. Quite dark and fully fit on the gothic world of warhammer. Again Craig gives the story something that reminds us of Poe. Nice tale about Shallya and how they work. Quite good.

The Song - Steve Baxter (Not Re-Released)
Another Halfling detective of some kind and his work by a sinister elf. Nothing that will make you think twice. Despensable on these tale.

The Voyage South - Nicola Griffiths (Not Re-Released)
Nothing spectacular that after some years I don't remember a bit.
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