Book Review 163 // Cut and Gut by Robert Rath

The last short story from my Necromunda series. It was really refreshing to just run through a load of short stories and not commit to character or author. So time for the final tale:

Title: Cut and Gut (Necromunda)

Author: Robert Rath

Publisher: Black Library

A rare story for this Necromunda series. An Enforcer story. This tale takes place in a superb location, a port town located on the edge of a toxic lake. This town has grown around its fishing trade, and though the fish may seem attractive, they are not the tale's highlight. Turns out the Enforcers are planning to take down the Escher Queen as she visits the local Cannery for a meet-up. I found it amazing that she has a yacht! It is a bit weird that it seems to have been plucked straight from our world; where is the grimdark on this? It also has a wine cellar, meaning see must be freaking loaded!

Overall this is a fantastic story and a great way to finish up the series for now. I enjoyed the story, the characters and the location, so this is a standout tale for me. I highly recommend it!

Buy the book: Amazon.ca Necromunda Uprising.

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