Graham McNeill’s Empire (Warhammer) Wins the David Gemmell 2010 Legend Award

20 Jun

Graham McNeill’s Empire, the sequel to Heldenhammer, has won the David Gemmell Legend award. πŸ™‚ Awesome news!

Congrats, Graham! πŸ™‚ Haven’t read Empire yet but I really enjoyed Heldenhammer and will be returning to Sigmar and his tale soon.

(Artwork by Jon Sullivan)

There were also other awards – the Morning Star for Best Newcomer went to Pierre Pevel for his debut, The Cardinal’s Blades; congrats, Pierre! πŸ™‚

(Artwork by Jon Sullivan)

The award for the best cover art, The Ravenheart Award, went to Best Served Cold – the award was accepted by Joe Abercrombie and the Gollancz Team. πŸ™‚ Here’s that award-winning cover for you:

Congrats to all the winners! πŸ™‚


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