Void Stalker by Aaron Dembski-Bowden
(Part of Night Lords)

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This is one of BL’s best. If you haven’t started reading the Night Lords trilogy then start asap. Void Stalker should be required reading for all fans of Black Library and I sincerely hope that those who have not read the Night Lords books will be swayed by this and other reviews.
-The Founding Fields

Synopsis

Talos and the rest of First Claw continue down their dark path, until it crosses that of the alien eldar - the Farseers of the Ulthwe craftworld divine a great threat posed by the Night Lords, and seek to bring the myriad skeins of fate back into alighment before their prophecy can be fulfilled.
 

About Aaron Dembski-Bowden

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Aaron Dembski-Bowden is a British author with his beginnings in the videogame and RPG industries. He's written several novels for the Black Library, including the Night Lords series, the Space Marine Battles book "Helsreach" and the New York Times bestselling "The First Heretic" for the Horus Heresy. He lives and works in Northern Ireland with his wife Katie, hiding from the world in the middle of nowhere. His hobbies generally revolve around reading anything within reach, and helping people spell his surname.
 
Published May 1, 2012 by Black Library. 416 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction
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SF Book Reviews

Good
Reviewed by Antony Jones

. . .Dembski-Bowden has an innate talent in creating characters that manage to really get under your skin without you even realising it.

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The Founding Fields

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Reviewed by EJ Davies on Apr 30 2012

It is clear to me through his writing that Aaron just thinks in a completely different dimension to anyone I’ve ever met. I love his writing for that. A solidly excellent read

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The Founding Fields

Excellent
Reviewed by Bane Of Kings on Apr 17 2012

If you thought that some characters were going to remain safe throughout the whole Trilogy, think again. Nobody is safe...With the tension so high in the last Night Lords novel, every fight scene is made gripping, heart-pounding, and you’re left wondering if this could be the last fight for the character(s) involved.

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The Founding Fields

Excellent
Reviewed by Lord of the Night on Mar 13 2012

This is one of BL’s best. If you haven’t started reading the Night Lords trilogy then start asap. Void Stalker should be required reading for all fans of Black Library and I sincerely hope that those who have not read the Night Lords books will be swayed by this and other reviews.

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Falcata Times

Excellent
Reviewed by Falcata Times on May 07 2012

Aaron most assuredly must be conducting his own rituals to the gods to create tales that not only take the reader on an adventure but crushes you in its bloody fist until the final page is turned.

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Graeme's Fantasy Book Review

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Reviewed by Graeme Flory on Apr 06 2012

It’s awe-inspiring stuff and a tremendous way to sign off the trilogy.

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Civilian Reader

Good
Apr 03 2012

. . .Dembski-Bowden blows all tie-in fiction conceptions out of the water.

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I Will Read Books

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Reviewed by Erik Lundqvist on May 09 2012

I don't have much to add, regarding Aaron Dembski-Bowden's writing. . .except the man is bloody brilliant.

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Good
Reviewed by Ken on May 09 2012

Besides the amazing character build up, this novel contains plenty of thrilling battle scenes.

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