Edit: what's up with CL Werner's other stories!?
I think I like everything I've read Necromunda wise. Not always "loved", but definitely not resented reading it. (In contrast, say, to "disappointing" HH
The Kal Jerico originals are pretty pulpy romps, and haven't exactly dated brilliantly, but they're a fun glimpse into things probably well left in the '90s!
Sinner's Bounty is ace, anything Mike Brooks is a great shout, I'm really enjoying Terminal: Overkill, even though I'm only reading it very slowly and infrequently due to odd habit reasons.
The old novels and shorts, however, are usually great shouts.
Farrer's "Junction" and (brace yourselves) CS Goto' s "Salvation" are actually a lot of fun indeed.
Denny Flowers' novella is a very good yarn.
The only thing I've not hugely cared for is "Scar Crossed Lovers", one of the shorts in "Underhive".
The old anthology, "Status: Deadzone" was surprisingly decent, incidentally.
Only one I've got outstanding to read is Lucien Soulban's novel and - as said--to finish Terminal:Overkill. But I'm looking forward to those, so no trouble there.
It's a very different 40k, more pulpy, more personal, varying between more miserable and more silly, but I find them a great contrast to the more dour and earnestly serious bigger 40k stories.
Edited by Xisor, 03 February 2020 - 02:27 PM.