The Laughter of Dark Gods

The Laughter of Dark Gods Experience the grim tales of bloody sword and darkest sorcery in a land of deadly adventure from some of the most talented British fantasy horror authors including William King Brian Craig and man

  • Title: The Laughter of Dark Gods
  • Author: David Pringle
  • ISBN: 9780743443098
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • Experience the grim tales of bloody sword and darkest sorcery in a land of deadly adventure, from some of the most talented British fantasy horror authors, including William King, Brian Craig, and many others.

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    1. This book was the compilation of three anthologies. Ignorant Armies, Wolf riders and Red Thirst.The Laughter of the Dark Gods - William King The Reavers of the Dead (Charles Davidson)The Phantom of Yremy (Brian Craig)The Other (Nicola Griffiths)The Song (Steve Baxter) Apprentice Luck (Sean Flynn)The Light of Transfiguration (Brian Craig)The Spells Below (Neil Jones)Cry of the Beast (Ralph Castle)A Gardener of Parravon (Brian Craig)The Tilean Rat (Sandy Mitchell) There are some differences from t [...]

    2. I picked up this book looking for some fantasy action and what I found were a number of stories set in the Warhammer gaming universe. However the background is extremely generic so these sit alone as straightforward reads. I was a bit disappointed with the quality of the stories; there’s nothing that really shines here. At the end of the book I felt that this was a cash-in on the Warhammer brand rather than a book strong enough to stand apart from it.The titular story, by William King, is an a [...]

    3. not a bad book, by warhammer standards, not great. the idea of the halfling investigator was pretty cool, though a little too ripped from the maltese falcon.

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