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About Josh Reynolds
Josh Reynolds is a professional freelance writer. In addition to his own work, he has written for several tie-in franchises, including Gold Eagle's Executioner line and Black Library's Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40K lines. He has also written numerous non-fiction articles and reviews.
A complete list of his published works can be found at http://joshuamreynolds.wordpress.com/
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A Fabius Bile Omnibus
Originally chief Apothecary of the Emperor's Children, Fabius Bile now believes himself to be a near-divine creator, an artist whose tapestry is the very flesh and blood of his brothers.
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This omnibus contains three novels and three short stories that tell the twisted tale of Fabius Bile and his endless pursuit of perfection.
Fabius Bile is known by many names: Primogenitor, Clonelord, Manflayer. Once a loyal son of the Emperor’s Children, now he loathes and is loathed by his brothers. Feared by man and monster, Fabius possesses a knowledge of genetic manipulation second to none, and the will to use it to twist flesh and sculpt nightmares.
Now a traitor amongst traitors, Fabius pursues his dark craft across the galaxy, from the Eye of Terror to the tomb world of Solemnace to the Dark City of Commorragh itself, leaving a trail of monstrous abominations in his wake.
In this book you'll find the following novellas and short stories:
– A Memory of Tharsis
– Light of a Crystal Sun
Written by Josh Reynolds
In the bleak 41st Millennium, the planet Armageddon is on the cusp of annihilation. The strategically vital hive world has captured the attention of infamous ork warlord Ghazghkull Thraka, and when the Astra Militarum and whole Titan Legions prove unable to halt the invasion, it is feared that both the planet and the wider sector will be lost to the greenskins. But the Imperium refuses to succumb and unleashes the Space Marines - genetically engineered warriors who thirst for naught but blood and victory. But can even this alliance of mankind's greatest warriors hope to turn the tide against Ghazghkull and his endless ork horde? This high-octane omnibus contains the classic novel Helsreach by New York Times bestselling author Aaron Dembski-Bowden, alongside four novellas and a host of short stories by some of Black Library best-known authors, including Guy Haley, Nick Kyme, Chris Wraight and Josh Reynolds.
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It's a collection of brutal stories of war, heroism and honour, starring Space Marines and other Imperial soldiers battling the greenskinned invaders for the fate of Armageddon.
A Warhammer Chronicles omnibus
Gotrek and Felix battle the forces of Chaos, the sinister Serpent Queen Khalida, and many more enemies across two novels, three novellas, and a selection of short stories.
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Discover Josh Reynolds' take on the Old World's most infamous wandering heroes across a pair of action-packed (and riotously funny) novels, supported by additional stories from a wide range of authors.
Gotrek and Felix: unsung heroes of the Empire, or nothing more than common thieves and murderers? The truth perhaps lies somewhere in between, and depends entirely on whom you ask…
Racing towards the besieged dwarf hold of Karak Kadrin, Gotrek and Felix battle to thwart the brutal leader of a Grand Chaos army, Warlord Garmr. Upon arriving, the infamous duo is charged by Ungrim Ironfist with a suicidal task: to prevent the creation of a portal to the Realm of Chaos itself. On another quest, far away in the vast deserts of Nehekhara, Gotrek and Felix are captured by the undead Queen Khalida and forced to fight her enemies across the sun-baked Land of the Dead. But, as the unlikely pair are swiftly reminded, the dead do not stay buried for long...
Road of Skulls, The Serpent Queen, Charnel Congress, Marriage of Moment, and Berthold's Beard by Josh Reynolds
The Reckoning and The Contest by Jordan Ellinger
Into the Valley of Death by Frank Cavallo
Curse of the Everliving by David Guymer
The Warhammer World is beset as never before. The Great Necromancer returns from the dead to walk the world once again. The lands of men are torn asunder by disease, civil war and the ravaging hordes of Chaos. In distant Ulthuan, the sundered elven people begin their final war, and deep beneath the earth, the ratlike skaven begin their greatest ever assault on their ancient foes, the noble dwarfs. And in the cold north, the servants of the Dark Gods gather beneath the banner of Archaon Everchosen, who awaits his moment to strike and bring ruin to all. These are the End Times. Missed the end of the world? Get the whole story here at a discount as every novel is collected together into one literally earth-shattering file. The gods of Chaos bring their plans to dominate the Warhammer World to dark fruition. Heroes of all races stand against them, but can they possibly be enough to hold back the darkness?
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Missed the end of the world? Get the whole story here at a discount as every novel is collected together into one literally earth-shattering file.
The End Times are coming. As the forces of Chaos threaten to drown the world in madness, Mannfred von Carstein and Arkhan the Black put aside their difference and plot to resurrect the one being with the power to stand against the servants of the Ruinous Powers and restore order to the world - the Great Necromancer himself. As they set about gathering artefacts to use in their dark ritual, armies converge on Sylvania, intent on stopping them. But Arkhan and Mannfred are determined to complete their task. No matter the cost, Nagash must rise again.The original bad guy of the Warhammer world returns for the End Times, ready to destroy the land of the living and begin a new age of undeath. If you like Warhammer, this is a must read - nothing that has ever happened within the Old World or without has been more pivotal to the future of the Warhammer setting.
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The original bad guy of the Warhammer World returns for the End Times, ready to destroy the land of the living and begin a new age of undeath. If you like Warhammer, this is a must read – nothing that has ever happened within the Old World or without has been more pivotal to the future of the world.
Two centuries ago, the Imperium of Man and the upstart Tau Empire fought to a standstill in the Damocles Gulf. Now, as the 41st millennium draws to a close, the tau have returned. As the world of Agrellan falls under attack, the White Scars and Raven Guard rush to its defence, but with the skilled Commander Shadowsun leading the alien forces, the Space Marines and their allies are hard pressed. Kor'sarro Khan, Huntmaster of the White Scars, swears that he will win the day in the most direct way possible – by taking Shadowsun's head.
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Gathered within this anthology are four action-packed novellas focusing on the cataclysmic campaign in the Damocles Gulf. Each tale sheds light on a different aspect of the war and those involved. Towering war machines duke it out on the battlefield, Space Marine and tau philosophies come under question as they clash with ally and enemy alike and hunters become the hunted as both sides try to outwit one another. You even get an insider view of how the Tau Empire treats its human collaborators and uses them as weapons.
Lord of Chemos and bearer of the Palatine Aquila, Fulgrim, primarch of the Emperor’s Children, is determined to take his rightful place in the Great Crusade, whatever the cost. A swordsman without equal, the Phoenician has long studied the art of war and grows impatient to put his skills, and those of his loyal followers, to a true test. Now, accompanied by only seven of his finest warriors, he seeks to bring a rebellious world into compliance, by any means necessary. But Fulgrim soon learns that no victory comes without cost, and the greater the triumph, the greater the price one must pay...
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It's a unique look at Fulgrim, always one of the most fascinating of the primarchs. And with a focus on him and a small band of heroes, you're guaranteed explosions in character dynamics as well as the action…
Beyond our world lies another, one full of paranormal forces and eldritch horrors, and once that membrane has been pierced, life can never be the same again. In every corner of the globe, persons unknown are seizing objects of extreme supernatural power. They declare themselves defenders of humanity, fighting off the darkness which presses against the veil shrouding our reality from the unknowable. But do their claims of altruism ring true? And should they be permitted to wield such power? From the world of Arkham Horror comes an exciting new anthology that delves into new mysteries.
The Man in the Bubble by David Annandale
City of Waking Dreams by Davide Mana
Brother Bound by Jason Fischer
Honor Among Thieves by Carrie Harris
A Forty Grain Weight of Nephrite by Steven Philip Jones
Strange Things Done by Lisa Smedman
In Art, Truth by James Fadeley
Crossing Stars by MJ Newman
The Red and the Black by Josh Reynolds
A Tyranids omnibus
The tyranids are one of the greatest threats to mankind, ravenous aliens who devour all that they encounter. This omnibus contains a host of stories pitting the forces of the Imperium and the aeldari against these terrifying foes, including the novel Valedor, four novellas and more.
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Experience desperate battles against the most alien of foes in a series of tales encompassing the Imperium and the aeldari battling monstrous xenos horrors.
As billions upon billions of tyranids sweep through the galaxy, consuming every living soul and world in their path, it seems all will soon fall to the ravenous xenos. Faced with foes beyond number, Space Marines and their common enemy the aeldari face an impossible dilemma – do they fight to the last honour, or retreat to safety for the future of their race? This omnibus contains a novel, four novellas and four short stories featuring harrowing battles against the tyranids.
Valedor by Guy Haley
The Last Days of Ector by Guy Haley
Deathstorm by Josh Reynolds
Tempestus by Braden Campbell
Devourer by Joe Parrino
Wraithflight by Guy Haley
Shadow of the Leviathan by Josh Reynolds
The Word of the Silent King by L J Goulding
Dread Night by Nick Kyme
Once a loyal son of the Emperor’s Children, Fabius Bile now loathes those he once called brother. But when a former comrade requests his aid on a mission he cannot refuse, Bile is drawn once more into the sinister machinations of his former Legion. Now, accompanied by new allies and old enemies alike, Fabius Bile must travel deep into the wilds of the Eastern Fringe, in search of a world unlike any other. A world which might hold the key to his very survival. A world called Solemnace…
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It's another outing for everyone's favourite mad scientist Space Marine, as he gets mixed back up with the Emperor's Children, and something altogether deadlier.
Countess Alessandra Zorzi, international adventurer and thief, arrives in Arkham pursuing an ancient body freshly exhumed from a mound in Oklahoma, of curious provenance and peculiar characteristics. But before she can steal it, another party beats her to it. During the resulting gunfight at the Miskatonic Museum, the countess makes eye contact with the petrified corpse and begins an adventure of discovery outside her wildest experiences. Now, caught between her mysterious client, the police, and a society of necrophagic connoisseurs, she finds herself on the trail of a resurrected mummy as well as the star-born terror gestating within it.
Welcome to the October issue of The Lovecraft eZine. I have eight tales for you this month instead of the usual five, as well as a wonderful essay on the book, and an introduction by Roger Zelazny’s son, the author Trent Zelazny.
At the end of every story, read on for some thoughts on the book from the author.
Lastly, I have some great news: Trent has given me his blessing on making this an annual tradition! So every October issue of Lovecraft eZine will be a tribute to A Night in the Lonesome October.
Issue #18 includes:
by Trent Zelazny
A Counting Game
by Derek Ferreira
Carnacki: The Parliament of Owls
by William Meikle
Twenty to Life in the Lonesome October
by Evan Dicken
The Great and Groovy Game
by Joshua Wanisko
My Least Immemorial Year
by Zach Shephard
The Gotterdammerung Gavotte
by Josh Reynolds
Big D, Little D
by Edward Morris
The Blackbird Whistling, or, Just After
by Orrin Grey
Fallen Books and Other Subtle Clues in Zelazny’s “A Night in the Lonesome October”
by Dr. Christopher S. Kovacs
Enjoy issue #18!