WEFOUNDBrunner the Bounty Hunter (Warhammer Omnibus)


His name is Brunner.  Goblins, vampires, fugitives, and even dragons – they’re all fair game for this lethal killer’s blade.  Across the length and breadth of the grim Warhammer Old World, Brunner plies his trade, applying his skills and intelligence to track down and slaughter sinister fiends.  But he also faces challenges from within his own dubious profession as a rival bounty hunter stakes a claim to his bounty.
Enter the dark and dangerous world of a ruthless bounty hunter.

This book was not my first rodeo – so to speak – in regard to the works of C.L. Werner. My introduction to Werner came with his witchhunter trilogy featuring Matthias Thulmann. Since then, I have followed his work and was excited to get my mitts on this particular book. Brunner the Bounty Hunter is an “omnibus” collection of all the previous stories written about Brunner. They have been placed in order and in a roundabout way provide a telling tale of one man’s quest for revenge. I do not want to share any spoilers, so I’ll cut right to the chase.

Brunner is an interesting character.  He is very much based on the Clint Eastwood Man with No Name character, but more ruthless and amoral. Brunner is the ultimate bounty hunter; he always gets his man and once he takes a contract, and nothing can dissuade him from finishing the job. He is intriguing in that despite being a warrior, his planning and prior knowledge are really the tools that get the job done for him. In that respect he stands out from other heroes within this genre. Again, I don’t want to give away any spoilers, but pay close attention to the start of things as they become important and meaningful at the end. 

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His name is Brunner.  Goblins, vampires, fugitives, and even dragons – they’re all fair game for this lethal killer’s blade.  Across the length and breadth of the grim Warhammer Old World, Brunner plies his trade, applying his skills and intelligence to track down and slaughter sinister fiends.  But he also faces challenges from within his own dubious profession as a rival bounty hunter stakes a claim to his bounty.
Enter the dark and dangerous world of a ruthless bounty hunter.

This book was not my first rodeo – so to speak – in regard to the works of C.L. Werner. My introduction to Werner came with his witchhunter trilogy featuring Matthias Thulmann. Since then, I have followed his work and was excited to get my mitts on this particular book. Brunner the Bounty Hunter is an “omnibus” collection of all the previous stories written about Brunner. They have been placed in order and in a roundabout way provide a telling tale of one man’s quest for revenge. I do not want to share any spoilers, so I’ll cut right to the chase.

Brunner is an interesting character.  He is very much based on the Clint Eastwood Man with No Name character, but more ruthless and amoral. Brunner is the ultimate bounty hunter; he always gets his man and once he takes a contract, and nothing can dissuade him from finishing the job. He is intriguing in that despite being a warrior, his planning and prior knowledge are really the tools that get the job done for him. In that respect he stands out from other heroes within this genre. Again, I don’t want to give away any spoilers, but pay close attention to the start of things as they become important and meaningful at the end. 

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Veteran writer CL Werner takes a few minutes out of his insanely busy schedule today to talk to us about how he approaches the challenges of being a writer.

Clint: Each book is a little different, so the writing process really varies. Chaotic, I suppose would be the best word. Sometimes the narrative flows very easily, at other times you fight it every step of the way.

There are times when it is easier to write in the dead of night and at other times it is easier to get work done during the day. A lot of that tends to depend on the material too.

His name is Brunner.  Goblins, vampires, fugitives, and even dragons – they’re all fair game for this lethal killer’s blade.  Across the length and breadth of the grim Warhammer Old World, Brunner plies his trade, applying his skills and intelligence to track down and slaughter sinister fiends.  But he also faces challenges from within his own dubious profession as a rival bounty hunter stakes a claim to his bounty.
Enter the dark and dangerous world of a ruthless bounty hunter.

This book was not my first rodeo – so to speak – in regard to the works of C.L. Werner. My introduction to Werner came with his witchhunter trilogy featuring Matthias Thulmann. Since then, I have followed his work and was excited to get my mitts on this particular book. Brunner the Bounty Hunter is an “omnibus” collection of all the previous stories written about Brunner. They have been placed in order and in a roundabout way provide a telling tale of one man’s quest for revenge. I do not want to share any spoilers, so I’ll cut right to the chase.

Brunner is an interesting character.  He is very much based on the Clint Eastwood Man with No Name character, but more ruthless and amoral. Brunner is the ultimate bounty hunter; he always gets his man and once he takes a contract, and nothing can dissuade him from finishing the job. He is intriguing in that despite being a warrior, his planning and prior knowledge are really the tools that get the job done for him. In that respect he stands out from other heroes within this genre. Again, I don’t want to give away any spoilers, but pay close attention to the start of things as they become important and meaningful at the end. 


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