Silver Nails (Warhammer)

Silver Nails (Warhammer)

Jack Yeovil / Oct 18, 2019

Silver Nails Warhammer Readers are taken through a journey in the fantasy land of Warhammer through five interwoven novellas featuring Genevieve the vampire From the bandit infested Grey Mountains to the Chaos Wastes these

  • Title: Silver Nails (Warhammer)
  • Author: Jack Yeovil
  • ISBN: 9780743443203
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Readers are taken through a journey in the fantasy land of Warhammer through five interwoven novellas featuring Genevieve the vampire From the bandit infested Grey Mountains to the Chaos Wastes, these stories show that nowhere, not even the sanctity of the capital city of the empire, is safe.

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      • Jack Yeovil

        Jack Yeovil is a pseudonym used by author Kim Newman.Newman s pseudonymous novels, as Jack Yeovil, play elegant games with genre cliche perhaps the best of these is the sword and sorcery novel Drachenfels which takes the prescribed formulae of the games company to whose bible it was written and make them over entirely into a Kim Newman novel.


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    1. As is usual for books from the Genevieve series, this is a collection of several novellas. Although I continue to find Genevieve as a character interesting, the re-spins on old tales are getting tired. The first story, Red Thirst, was an interesting story dealing with the befriending of a vampire under inconvenient circumstances. The second story, No Gold in the Grey Mountains, was more interesting, as Genevieve was "under cover" playing along with bandits. In The Ignorant Armies, the eternal ba [...]


    2. I could go back to this world again and again. It isn't really the Warhammer World of the game, with it's eternal miserable darkness, but instead that of WFRP - grimey and medieval but with a hell of a lot of fun humour in it. Yeovil/Newman never takes his settings or work too seriously, and that's a pleasant change from the traditional grimdark of the Warhammer World. I'd cheerily read more Genevieve novels, alas they'll never exist now.


    3. Just like the other Vampire Genevieve novels set in the Warhammer Universe that Kim Newman (under the pen name Jack Yeovil) wrote, this one plays with genre conventions, and the conventions of other genres, to make for an entertaining read. Not really a novel so much as a collection of stories, it fills some of the background for stuff alluded to in the previous three books.



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