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Thanquol's Doom by C.L. Werner
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Jan 22, 2012

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bookshelves: fantasy
Read from January 22 to February 06, 2012

Third book in the series about the scheming skaven Thanquol, which is a nice break from the dark heroic fantasy of the Warhammer series. The act is getting a little old though, and there's lapses in the plot where Thanquol's enemies have a habit of just disappearing as though shunted off-stage or leaps in the narrative, only to be replaced by a totally new character who just appears to drop from the sky, or rather ceiling. Nice humorous touches as Thanquol takes on a bunch of progressive dwarves, along with a Warlock Enginner who devises the Warhammer equivalent of the Death Star. Fast moving, quite enjoyable, and certainly unique.

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