Soulless Fury

Necromunda Soulless Fury 2020-08-25

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Few are as feared in the underhive as the sinister murderer known as Mad D'onne. With a warrant out for her arrest, many seek her… but even if they find their prey, will any of them survive her wrath?

The author of the original run of Kal Jerico novels brings you a look at one of the most infamous and beloved Necromunda characters, pitting her against the entire might of the underhive…

No one knows murder like Mad D’onne. Where she goes, death follows – she is a force of nature, leaving devastated settlements and shell casings in her wake. But even Necromunda has its limits for senseless, unsanctioned violence. Scrutinator Primus Servalen, armed with the personal seal of Lord Helmawr – to which no request can be denied and no door barred – is dispatched to bring the misbegotten scion of House Ulanti to justice, but first she has to track her down… and how do you find one murderer in amongst the bloodshed of the Underhive?
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I love Necromunda, but this was a real slog. This is not how I think Mad Donna or Mad D'onne (name change doesn't bother me at all, kinda seems like a cool call out to her spire origins) should be portrayed. I liked Mad Donna in Survival Instinct, she seemed like a fully formed character there. Here she seemed like a bad parody of Harley Quinn from The Emancipation of Harley Quinn (a movie I really liked). The wig also drove me nuts. It seemed SO impractical as to as to not be amusing even as an insane affectation. I had hopes when, in the epilog, she seemed to find what she was looking for only to her cast away the one thing that showed some humanity. It was nice to see the telepaths foreshadowing play out in a way that I didn't see coming, but over all not a great book.