Actually, “Darkness in the Blood” with Guy Hayley is totally going to be Dante though, isn’t it?
Sunday, then, looks to be most closely tied to specific books.
Exactly. Looks like all the books that were announced at Black Library Live in June will be available.
That seminar will be about Dante III by Haley, and Hinks' 3rd Mephiston book in which he squares off against the Thousand Sons apparently.
So generally speaking it looks like the following will be available for ordering:
Dante III , possibly in a far too expensive limited edition and thus a possible pass for me if too expensive.
Valdor by Wraight
Mephiston III by Darius Hunks
Sabbat Worlds Crusade book by Abnett
I'm disappointed in the sense that it seems there is not going to be any new fiction books by ADB, or Abnett. In that sense the Weekender last year just had more to offer. I had quietly hoped we would get the Spear of the Emperor sequel. Also no word on Abnett's Penitent. So that to me is a disappointment about this announcement. Finally I had also thought that we might possibly see Wraight's Watchers of the Throne II, since that is already being advertised on German Amazon for start of 2020.
On the good side, still a few interesting books available for pre-orders and you can't fault the look of the seminars, they look interesting to me.
Would be nice if we would hear something from ADB, on how where he is with the sequel and why he isn't attending this year. Enjoyed his seminar last year.
I wonder if the First Wall will be available to buy...
I wonder about that too. It does have its own seminar devoted to it but that doesn't really say anything because John French had one last year about Solar War too, and it wasn't available then. However unlike with Solar War it does look like First Wall Limited Edition is due to come out by Christmas at least so it is much closer in release date. Then again how many copies would they have, how would they manage it?