Soon · New Titles · The Horus Heresy · Warhammer 40, · Warhammer Age of Sigmar · Warhammer Chronicles · Series · Audio · Warhammer Community. Series: The Chronicles of Malus Darkblade Series Record # ; Sub-series of : Warhammer; Series Tags: novelization (2), fantasy (1). Showing all. The Chronicles of Malus Darkblade: Volume Two provides epic fantasy action from two of the Black Library’s leading authors, Dan Abnett and Mike Lee. Includes.

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Adventure Books Fantasy Fantasy Books. Book ratings by Goodreads. I was amazed at how entertaining Abnett and Lee made reading about Malus, a complete despicable character. Apr 22, William rated it really liked it. Darkblaxe to Read Currently Reading Read. He is possessed by the daemon Tz’arkan and to regain his soul he must collect darkblwde ancient artifacts within a year. Each race is trying to either protect it’s borders, wipe out the other races, and pretty much everyone is trying to stay away from Chaos’ influence with a few exceptions.

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P Deffinatly a book I will reccomend: Unlike your stereotypical real-life Americans, however, they rot away in a bunch of chilled wastes feeling bad about being banished. The reader will not get bored with the many twists and surprises throughout the series.

Was very good I enjoyedit the whole way through, lots of fighting, blood and gore: Since it is an Omnibus the stories took a logical approach and the movement made sense. Evil causing evil to suffer is oft very interesting and these books is all of that plus blue corn chips.

This is the first book in the Warhammer fantasy universe that I read and it was generally easy to understand. Malus is my anti hero. I do skim some of the gory parts of the story, which I’m sure cuts my reading time considerably, since there is A LOT of gore. They dwell in Naggarond, Warhammer’s equivalent of America. I’m going to kill them. Also, skulls make for awesome cups.


The book is an omnibus of more than seven hundred pages but if you take out the description of entrails spread in the ground, blood scattered around in abundant quantities, members slashed, heads cracked, brains spilled in the ground, bodies eaten by huge lizardoid mounts and elves wounded in pain and in rage you end up with about two or three hundred pages of a demonic adventure.

Malus was perfectly realized, but I felt the supporting cast deserved to be fleshed out a little more. Tricked by a daemon, Malus has just one year to retrieve five artefacts, or his soul will be forfeit forever. But this remains to be read… Because it did have its weaker sides. Jun 15, Chris Hutchinson rated it really liked it. For those who like dark-fantasy, I always recommend Warhammer, and this particular series is a good one.

The Chronicles of Malus Darkblade: Volume Two

This demon threatens to chfonicles his soul in about a year if Malus doesn’t collect five magical artifacts. The violence is gripping, the pacing is great most of the padding is violence, which is to be expected in a Warhammer novel and the female characters were pretty solid as well, on the whole.

A world altering adventure that brings new meaning to the word chaos! And like your stereotypical real-life Americans, they are arrogant and intent on meddling in things that are none of their business.

Malus is the hated bastard son of a powerful warlord. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Every artifact has relevance to the plot and is rooted into, connected with, the places they are located.

Still worth reading for the please of seeing how Malus gets out of all the crazy situations he faces. And boy, is he spiteful. I ma,us attracted to this story simply because of its telling of a rogue Dark Elf. The reader will not get bored with t Malus Darkblade is a highborn of the dark elves, a cruel and treacherous race.


Really, the two are kept separate, so you don’t need to know anything about Warhammer 40k to read fantasy, or vice versa. Brings to mind more Elric and less Drizzt, which is a plus in my opinion. Looking for beautiful books?

Series: The Chronicles of Malus Darkblade

Cant wait to get the 2nd one. Warhammer fans get to see a unigue culture and parts of the world not explored in many other novels. Malus is an interesting character and the world in which he lives is equally as enthralling.

Jun 23, Kahraman Kahramangil rated chrknicles it was amazing. The reader gets a comprehensive inside of the dark elf society of the Warhammer setting and realizes why the chronicels elves will never win. Mar 27, Graham Gipps rated it it was amazing. Mar 19, Traci Lee rated it it was amazing Shelves: May 26, Skrach The Goblin rated it it was amazing Shelves: The plots in these books are beautifully contructed and never was I bored.

Return to Book Page. Aug 23, Viel Nast rated it liked it Shelves: What follows is an action packed journey filled with sibling rivalry, schemes, betrayals, deadly dzrkblade, prophecies and gory battle scenes. I’m not very into reading about the “bad guys” and Malus along with the rest of the Dark Elves is violent, ruthless, masochistic, bloody, and pretty universally “bad.