Prospero Burns is another Horus Heresy book, and I think the best written that I’ve read so far. It’s a companion to A Thousand Sons – this time written from the point of view of[…]
I read two more Games Workshop novels, one about Dark Angels, and the other about the Thousand Sons. The Space Marines aren’t just a bunch of fanatic supersoldiers in power armour. Each Legion has a[…]
On the flight to London I read The Lords Of Silence, a novel centred on the eponymous Lords, a warband of evil Plague Marines. As with most things, it’s more fun to read about the[…]
Late in the evening, belly full of too much high class pizza, yet still unsated, I finished reading Fulgrim, the fifth novel in the Horus Heresy sequence.
Twelve serious books about leadership, management and business The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement, and Creativity at Work Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion Made To Stick: Why some ideas take hold[…]
[I read this at the end of 2018 but didn’t get round to writing this review until now – so that’s one of the h2018 books, not the 2019 resolutions.] Death On The Pitch is[…]
One of the many books that I got for Christmas was Gin, Distilled, a book focussing on modern gin. Rather than being a longwinded history of gin and how it changed from Dutch courage to[…]
One of my resolutions was to read 52 books this year. At the start of the year I made a list which I forgot about until just now, which goes to show how good lists[…]
Lately, I’ve been less than assiduous at writing up all the books that I’ve read this year. In an attempt to catch up before the end of the year, here’s a short list of them:
I guess needing an easy, untaxing read, I downloaded a discounted copy of Dark Imperium, a 2017 novel about Games Workshop’s Space Marines.