Book Review - The Infinite and The Devine scifi Warhammer 40.000 Necrons Space Marine Black Library Warhammer 40k Isaac Asimov

I just finished reading "The Infinite and The Devine" by Robert Rath. A
book set in the Universe of
Warhammer 40.000
. This one focuses on the
instead of great
Space Marine

The Necrons are an ancient race who have been asleep for many million years. Some did wake up through the years and started collecting or learning things. Being almost invincible and living forever, there are many things to do.

I bought the book before I started the cruise (
Cruise Upcoming Yours Truly
), back in April and read through it relatively fast. Sure there were some breaks between reading sessions, but 50% of the book was read in June. Interestingly according to the book, it was the first novel written by this author for the
Black Library
. I think it wasn't his first novel, but still, it is fascinating how much insight into the 40k Universe was given. I'm not fully immersed in the whole lore of 40k, but the things I know did match up with the stuff the author has written.

A definite recommendation from me for people looking into more
Warhammer 40k
stuff but who are fed up with Space Marines.

It is time for me to switch to some
Isaac Asimov
again. I did read way too much Warhammer this year.
Would you say Warhammer is your favorite scifi world?

I always see it in every game store i go to.
2022-07-04 19:54:21
It's probably in the second place. First place is Isaac Asimovs' robot universe. Although I only read about a third of the whole Robot and Foundation stuff, I almost can't stop turning pages when I start. Maybe I should create a toplist :)
2022-07-04 20:04:22