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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.
For five centuries, Chaos has tormented the Mortal Realms. Ancient portals known as realmgates stand defiled by the armies of the Dark Gods, preventing the forces of order from moving freely between the realms. The lands are broken, their populations enslaved, hunted for sport or infected with unholy plague. All hope of salvation was thought lost – until now. For Sigmar has been watching and making ready, and those destined to suffer his retribution will finally know the might of the God-King’s wrath as he unleashes his greatest weapon: the Stormcast Eternals. Reborn heroes clad in god-forged armour, Sigmar's golden warriors descend to liberate the realms from the yoke of Chaos. The Realmgate Wars have begun...
The Gates of Azyr by Chris Wraight
– Borne by the Storm by Nick Kyme
– Storm of Blades by Guy Haley
– The Gates of Dawn by Josh Reynolds
– War in the Hidden Vale by Josh Reynolds
– The Eldritch Fortress by Guy Haley
Hammers of Sigmar
– Stormcast by Darius Hinks
– Scion of the Storm by C L Werner
Wardens of the Everqueen by C L Werner
Black Rift by Josh Reynolds
Pantheon by Guy Haley
It's a collected edition of the first fiction from the Age of Sigmar, starring the Stormcast Eternals as they make their first strikes against the forces of Chaos and seek allies for their ongoing battle.
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.
He is known by many names - Clonelord, Manflayer, Primogenitor. He is the epitome of deceit and perversion, and feared by man and monster alike. Once the Chief Apothecary of the Emperor's Children, the madman known as Fabius Bile possesses a knowledge of genetic manipulation second to none. Now a renegade among renegades, he is loathed by those he once called brother, and even the most degraded of Chaos Space Marines fear his name. Exiled for his dark experiments, Bile has retreated deep into the Eye of Terror, leaving a trail of twisted abominations in his wake. But when a former student brings word of the ultimate prize for the taking, Bile is unable to resist being drawn once more into the cauldron of war. For in seizing this prize, Fabius Bile might yet discover the one secret his has been unable to unlock... the secret which will prevent his inevitable doom.
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It's the start of a brand new series of twisted tales from the mind of an author for whom depraved antiheroes are his bread and butter. And Fabius' vile experiments and complete lack of morality make for a deeply entertaining – albeit monstrously disturbing – tale.
A Space Marine Conquests novel
The Word Bearers have come to despoil the Ecclesiarchy world of Almace – and it will take the Space Marines and the world's secretive leaders working together to prevent an apocalypse…
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Apocalypse is all about the biggest battles, and Josh Reynolds delivers that in this tale of three Space Marine Chapters waging war, with the fate of an entire world hanging in the balance.
Following the cataclysmic Great Rift, forces from the Imperial Fists, White Scars and Raven Guard mobilise to defend the cardinal world of Almace from an invasion by the twisted traitors of the Word Bearers…
Lieutenant Heyd Calder is a Primaris Marine whose mastery of warfare is matched only by his diplomatic prowess. Under the orders of Roboute Guilliman, he is deployed to Almace, a minor seat of the Ecclesiarchy, to protect the world at whatever cost. Yet even as diabolical forces leer from the system's edge, Calder discovers that the capital's Cardinal-Governor, a sharp, inscrutable figure of spiritual and material authority, is hiding something. When it becomes clear that conquest is not the enemy’s sole aim, Calder resolves to uncover the secret of Almace. As the system is set ablaze, clashes of faith, strategy and politics ensue in the capital, and it becomes clear that the forces of the Ecclesiarchy and the Adeptus Astartes must fight together if they are to have any hope of victory.
Written by Josh Reynolds
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…
It is said that all who live belong ultimately to the Undying King. In the shadowy lands of Shyish, Nagash, God of Death, calls forth his soulless legions to reassert his dominion. His dread advance begins with the free city of Glymmsforge, bastion of Azyr in the Realm of Death. Standing between Nagash and his prize are the brooding Anvils of the Heldenhammer, an ancient host of Stormcast Eternals, and LordCastellant Pharus Thaum, guardian of the Ten Thousand Tombs. As battles between the living and the dead rage throughout the Mortal Realms, the War of Heaven and Death begins anew. But even Sigmar’s chosen may not be enough to cease the onslaught. For how does one destroy what is already dead?
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The next stage of the Warhammer Age of Sigmar story is here, and it's kicking off with an allaction tale of a dramatic siege as the War of Heaven and Death is reignited!
Fabius Bile Book 3
As his Homo Novus project comes to fruition, Fabius Bile faces a new threat – the dreaded haemonculi of the Thirteen Scars. Can he marshal his forces to protect his creations, or are the New Men doomed to death?
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Discover what happens when you cross the Haemonculus covens… and what lengths Fabius Bile will go to in order to survive their deadly attentions.
In the centuries since his return from Commorragh, Fabius Bile has distanced himself from the affairs of friend and foe, content only to oversee the cruel evolution of his New Men. But when his creations are threatened by the monstrous haemonculi of the Thirteen Scars, the Manflayer is forced to seek out new allies and old enemies alike in an effort to preserve all that he has built. Homo Novus must survive… even if Fabius Bile must die to ensure it.
Written by Josh Reynolds.
In every corner of the Mortal Realms, vile forces of evil cast their darkness. Sigmar has yet to regain control over the Realmgates, and the black night of corruption seems unending. For Sigmar's order to prevail, his mighty heroes, the Stormcast Eternals, must reignite former bonds, consort with unlikely allies, and prepare to conquer even themselves. Only when all those who seek to oppress the rule of Order are crushed shall the stars of the Mortal Realms blaze once again.
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The twenty tales in this book conclude the story of the Realmgate Wars, showcasing desperate attempts to gain allies and hold back the tide of Chaos, and setting the scene for the next stage of the Age of Sigmar.
A Warhammer Horror anthology
Eleven stories from the worlds of Warhammer explore the darker side of the 41st Millennium and the Mortal Realms, with tales of psychological torment, visceral horror and the supernatural from Black Library authors old and new.
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It's a spine-chilling look into the dark places of the Warhammer universes, from some incredible talent, including a host of new-to-Black Library authors such as Cassandra Khaw and Lora Gray.
Horror is no stranger to the dark worlds of Warhammer. Its very fabric is infested with the arcane, the strange and the downright terrifying. From the cold vastness of the 41st Millennium to the creeping evil at large in the Mortal Realms, this anthology of short stories explores the sinister side of Warhammer in a way it never has been before. Psychological torment, visceral horrors, harrowing tales of the supernatural and the nightmares buried within, this collection brings together a grim host of tales to chill the very blood…
Featuring stories from Graham McNeill, Cassandra Khaw, Alec Worley, David Annandale and more.
Nepenthe by Cassandra Khaw
The Widow Tide by Richard Strachan
No Good Deed by Graham McNeill
Crimson Snow by Lora Gray
Last of the Blood by C L Werner
Predation of the Eagle by Peter McLean
The Last Ascension of Dominic Seroff by David Annandale
Triggers by Paul Kane
A Darksome Place by Josh Reynolds
The Marauder Lives by J.C. Stearns
The Nothings by Alec Worley