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In the beginning, there was fire. And from fire came eight
weapons of terrible power, honed to a killing edge by the chosen weaponsmiths of Khorne. Now, as the Mortal Realms echo with the thunder of war, the great powers hunt the eight wherever they might be found – whatever the cost. In a city of prophecy and secrets, Grungni, smith-god of the duardin, gathers together a group of mortal warriors from across the realms in order to seek the first of the eight. But they are not alone in their quest; agents of the Ruinous Powers want the weapon for themselves. Now the race is on, as man, duardin and daemon alike seek to claim the Spear of Shadows...
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It's a different kind of Age of Sigmar story, and the first of a trilogy, at that! A classic quest story with a disparate group of heroes drawn together by fate and unimaginable consequences if they fail… sounds unmissable
A Warhammer Chronicles omnibus
The Knightly Orders are the protectors of the Empire. This collection of novels focuses on three orders – the elite Reiksguard, pious Knights of the Blazing Sun and savage Knights of the White Wolf – as they defend their lands from the many enemies of man.
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Like Knights? This collection of classic stories from the world-that-was showcase these heroic warriors, who exemplify the ideals of the Empire, defending the weak and needy from their foes.
The Knightly Orders are entrusted with a sacred duty – the protection of the Empire, from a myriad of foes. Clad in gleaming full plate, the Knights are magnificent figures, the elite of the elite.In the midst of war, the Reiksguard Knight Delmar von Reinhardt discovers that his order hides deadly secrets, and must unearth the truth no matter which noble knight he finds at its heart. Hector Goetz, Knight of the Blazing Sun, is sent to investigate the disappearance of a group of comrades, but with disturbing nightmares plaguing him, and a band of northern savages laying siege to the island, Goetz finds himself in a fight for the soul of his order. And, in the city of Middenheim, only a company of the Knights of the White Wolf stand between the city and total annihilation.
This omnibus contains three novels – Hammers of Ulric, Reiksguard and Knight of the Blazing Sun – and a collection of Knights of Manaan short stories.
Hammers of Ulric by Dan Abnett, Nik Vincent & James Wallis
Reiksguard by Richard Williams
Knight of the Blazing Sun by Josh Reynolds
Dead Calm by Josh Reynolds
Stromfel’s Teeth by Josh Reynolds
Lords of the Marsh by Josh Reynolds
Dead Man’s Party by Josh Reynolds
Bernheimer’s Gun by Josh Reynolds
It is the 41st millennium and humanity teeters on the brink of destruction. Yet out of the darkness comes a cold hope. The Adeptus Mechanicus are logical, remote beings of cybernetic construction. Their armour is a work of mechanical art, their weapons unparalleled in intelligent design.
One of the most hostile fighting forces of the Imperium, the Priesthood of Mars serves justice upon their enemies with forbidding momentum. Though nominally allied with mankind, it is in the name of the Omnissiah that their mighty war machines step forth into the cauldron of war, for the Machine God alone is worthy of their sacrifice and neither man nor xenos can deter them from their single purpose of championing his dominion.
This anthology contains a dozen gripping tales about the formidable Titans, Imperial Knights, battle-servitors and skitarii legions with which the Adeptus Mechanicus wage war, written by some of Black Library’s most popular authors, including Graham McNeill, Gav Thorpe, David Guymer and David Annandale.
It's an essential collection of tales about the tech-priests and their cohorts. As they would put it: 01010100 01101000 01100101 00100000 01001111 01101101 01101110 01101001 01110011 01110011 01101001 01100001 01101000 00100000 01100100 01100101 01101101 01100001 01101110 01100100 01110011 00100000 01101001 01110100.
A Warhammer 40,000 anthology
Many are the noble warriors of the 41st Millennium, and many more still are the vile warlords – daemonic, alien and treacherous – who stand against them. In this action-packed anthology, you will find tales of battle to defend the Imperium, and to destroy it.
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Explore the grim darkness of the far future in a dozen tales that will take you across sun-baked deserts and into daemon-haunted cities with some of the many heroes and villains of Warhammer 40,000.
Humanity stands in a galaxy of war unending, locked in a struggle for its very survival. Divided by the Great Rift, the Imperium is beset on all fronts by its ancient foes. The daemon, the xenos, and the heretic. In such a place, the heroes of war are forged. From the beleaguered foot soldiers of the Astra Militarum and the flying aces of the Imperial Navy, to secretive Inquisitors and heroic Adeptus Astartes, the warriors of the Imperium fight amidst the guttering light of civilisation while chaotic warlords seek to snuff it out. With the galaxy at stake, who will be left standing triumphant in the ashes?
Unification by Chris Wraight
Lightning Run by Peter McLean
Light of a Crystal Sun by Josh Reynolds
Exodus by Steve Lyons
A Company of Shadows by Rachel Harrison
Blood and Bone by Robbie MacNiven
The Battle of Blackthunder Mesa by Phil Kelly
By Your Command by Gav Thorpe
Sand Lords by Peter McLean
The Twisted Runes by Matt Smith
Savage by Guy Haley
The Death of Uriel Ventris by Graham McNeill
A Blackstone Fortress anthology
Many are the adventurers brave or mad enough to enter the Blackstone Fortress in search of riches, relics and secrets. Ratlings, robots and rogue traders – and more would-be heroes besides – all pursue their own agendas in a collection of action-packed short stories.
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Venture into the treacherous depths of the Blackstone Fortress in a collection of tales that showcase the many explorers in the alien labyrinth and their greatest – and most dangerous – adventures.
For uncountable ages the Blackstone Fortress has kept its watchful silence. It patiently waits, willing those brave enough to gamble everything exploring its halls. Only the most determined of adventurers will return with riches – the unworthy are never seen again. But to many, the rewards far outweigh the risks. Among the denizens of Precipice, ratlings, robots, and rogue traders all pursue their own agendas, pitting themselves against the myriad forces of darkness that have claimed the fortress as their own. Deadliest of all is Obsidius Mallex, who aims to twist another Talisman of Vaul to Chaos’ unholy cause. Unless this traitor is stopped, the galaxy will burn beneath the wrath of the Ruinous Gods.
Talisman of Vaul by Darius Hinks
Shapes Pent in Hell by Josh Reynolds
Fates and Fortunes by Thomas Parrott
Past in Flames by J C Sterns
Negavolt by Nicholas Wolf
The Three-Edged Blade by Denny Flowers
Motherlode by Nick Kyme
Purity is a Lie by Guy Haley
The Oath in Darkness by David Annandale
Man of Iron by Guy Haley
The Beast Inside by Darius Hinks
The Last of the Longhorns by Nick Kyme
As Carnacki the Ghost Finder, the famous literary occult detective, once said:
“I view all reported ‘hauntings’ as unproven until I have examined into them, and I am bound to admit that ninety-nine cases out of a hundred turn out to be sheer bosh and fancy.”
In these pages, a range of contemporary authors explore 'what happens next' when the Great Detective confronts mysteries which question reason. A summons from Irene Adler’s daughter; a chance encounter with one of Houdini’s fraud investigators; the enigma of Dr John Silence. Mysterious events at Mary Morstan’s old school, and a threat to Queen Victoria. The return of the German agent Von Bork, somewhat changed, and a desperate hunt for a killer through the alleys of London with none other than Professor Van Helsing.
Join us in the second volume of this two-volume anthology as Holmes finds himself working with psychic investigators old and new in pursuit of answers, and must confront his own scepticism. Tales in the traditional style – but with a twist. Can Holmes’s logic work alongside the occult detectives’ willingness to embrace another set of rules entirely? Paranormal – or poppycock?
Bike messenger and wannabe troublemaker Olly Soames is the newest recruit to DedSec’s Resistance movement, but when a stranger is shot dead in front of him, he realizes that danger is closer than he thinks…
Sarah Lincoln is an aggressive young politician with questionable methods and big ambitions, and when a string of murders unfolds in her borough, it may be the opportunity she has been looking for to make a name for herself…
Ex-MMA fighter turned leg-breaker Ro Hayes is in deep with the vicious Clan Kelley, the most brutal organized crime firm in the city’s underworld, and her survival rests on uncovering a dead man’s secrets…
And for Danny, Ro’s estranged brother and former soldier, his new career with private military contractor Albion is leading him down a very dark path, toward choices he may never be able to take back…
Four lives are drawn into a murderous conspiracy that threatens to destroy Dedsec and plunge the city of London into chaos. Something very bad is going down in London town…
Among the Space Wolves there are as many sagas as there are warriors. Though none quite like that of Lukas the Trickster. Renowned and reviled in equal measure, the Jackalwolf has ever stood apart from his brothers, passed from pack to pack by embittered Wolf Lords. But as a new enemy invades the icy reaches of Fenris at the height of the Helwinter, Lukas finds himself facing a foe who may rival even his legendary cunning – the drukhari corsair, Duke Sliscus. In the battle between wolf and serpent, who will emerge triumphant, and who will lay on red snow?
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It's Josh Reynolds taking on the mischevious and dangerous Lukas in a full length novel.
The premiere volume of this new anthology series brings you new short fiction from the worlds of Warhammer. Penned by debut and current Black Library authors, its tales range from the back streets of the world-that was to a shrouded inn in the Mortal Realms, while in the brutal galaxy of the Dark Imperium, the Ultramarines and others deliver the Emperor's fury to their many foes, and in the depths of Necromunda's underhive, gangers clash in brutal combat.
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Inferno! is back! And it's packed full of tales from across all the worlds of Warhammer, including some by familiar faces, and loads by newcomers whose unique takes on the universes we love are sure to thrill you.
This is the world created by author C.J. Henderson who gave readers such modern day pulp heroes as Jack Hagee, Teddy London, Piers Knight, and his most recent creation: Frank Nardi, former N.Y.C. detective, now head of the Arkham Detective Agency. Before C.J. Henderson’s untimely death, many weird fiction authors were invited to this book to play in his world of stoic P.I.s, beautiful dames, and horrible monsters. We are thrilled to bring you the four Frank Nardi stories C.J. finished before his death, and all new stories set in H.P. Lovecraft’s modern day witch-haunted town of Arkham.
For millennia, the Shieldworlds of the Cryptus system have stood sentinel beneath the deadly stars of the Red Scar, defending the gateway to the Blood Angels home world. Now, an enemy has come who threaten to tear the Cryptus system apart and carry on to Baal itself – the monstrous tyranids of Hive Fleet Leviathan. The brave soldiers of the Astra Miltarum stand against them, shoulder to shoulder with the zealous warriors of the Adepta Sororitas, and on Baal the Blood Angels marshal their forces, commanded by one of their mightiest, Captain Karlaen – the Shield of Baal.
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Three very different stories show three sides of a multifaceted war. From the all-action mission of the elite from the Imperial Guard to a spooky tale of the ancient necrons which explains how they ended up on the side of the angels, there's something here for everyone.
We've got nowhere else to go, and no bugger's coming to save us.
We're either doing this or we're gonna die trying, because it all depends on you.
There is no going back. So lock, load, and get ready to rumble!"
SNAFU: Last Stand is a collated anthology of short stories of a final battle, no matter where it is or who it involves.
It's the Battle of Thermopylae, the Alamo, the Battle of Mirbat, the First Battle of Mogadishu, the Battle of Hel, and Custer’s Last Stand, all rolled up into one badass monster-fighting basket of SNAFU-style action.
Recommended by and foreword written by Hollywood director/producer Tim Miller, the visionary behind Deadpool, Terminator: Dark Fate, and Netflix's Love, Death & Robots, in which many SNAFU stories already feature.
Don't miss out, 'cause from this, there ain't no comin' back...