Empire (Warhammer: Legend of Sigmar #2) DNF@5%

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Title: Empire
Series: Warhammer: Legend of Sigmar #2
Author: Graham McNeill
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Fantasy
Pages: 420/DNF@5%
Format: Digital Edition


My Thoughts:

After slogging through The Deaths of Tao and giving up because I didn’t care 2 farthings for Tao, I realized that I didn’t care even 1 farthing about Sigmar or the ultimately failed world of Warhammer. So I dnf’d this before I got frustrated. As such, I’m not rating this. If you like most other Warhammer books, I’m sure you’ll like this one. If you don’t like Warhammer, then I highly doubt this book will change your mind.

Sorry Dave, I tried. But the Warhammer universe just isn’t for me. But at least my initial interest helped get you online and blogging, right? And our friendship is definitely worth this little adventure, no matter how it turned out for me.


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17 thoughts on “Empire (Warhammer: Legend of Sigmar #2) DNF@5%

  1. The Warhammer series has been on my reading list for a really long time now. A friend recommended it to me but it just doesn’t seem appealing! And there are so many of them!

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  2. Ooh, mighty Bookstooge is finishing off bad books this month – without mercy! I’m actually glad there’s someone to do that for me 😀 I tend to be one of those who try to save the books out of misplaced sense of pity – or duty – or both 😀 There are very few books I don’t finish, and I have to feel really strongly about them; if a book is simply boring, I’d probably finish it anyway. But then, I tend to be very picky when it comes to actually choosing a book to read! 🙂

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    1. Yep, I’m dnf’ing left and right like there is NO tomorrow!
      My problem is that with 3 books a week (on average), I tend to gloss over the “bored” factor because I don’t realize how bored I was until I’m already done. Maybe if I slowed my reading down I’d notice it more. But I’m not going to slow down 😀

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  3. I’ve always found the fantasy side of Black Library to be the poor cousin of the SF side in terms of quality. While I’d happily recommend titles like Storm of Iron, Execution Hour, Atlas Infernal, or Horus Rising to anyone looking to get started I struggle to recommend any of the Warhammer Fantasy books other than Drachenfels and Genevieve Undead.

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