Tag Archives: Warhammer 40k

Review: Deacon of Wounds by David Annandale

David Annandale’s Deacon of Wounds is the latest novel in the Warhammer Horror world. As with every other tale in this collection, be ready for your skin to crawl. Continue reading

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Review: Nightbleed by Peter Fehervari

Nightbleed is one of the newer short stories to come from the world of Warhammer Horror. Specifically, it was released as part of the Warhammer Horror Week 2020, and is written by Peter Fehervari (one of the main reasons I really wanted to check it out!). Continue reading

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Review: Five Candles by Lora Gray

Five Candles by Lora Gray is the start to this year’s Warhammer Horror Week (2020), and ti kicks off with a scream. Or two. Continue reading

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Review: Sacrosanct & Other Stories

Sacrosanct & Other Stories is one of the latest Warhammer short story anthology to come out of Black Library. This time the focus is on Age of Sigmar, and the tales are just as dark and mysterious as one might imagine. Continue reading

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Review: The Flight of the Eisenstein by James Swallow

Flight of the Eisenstein is the fourth novel in one of the biggest events in Warhammer History; The Horus Heresy. Well, it’s the fourth novel if you’re following the recommended reading list on Goodreads. Really, I know and understand that there are a dozen different ways in which this event could be read. Continue reading

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Review: The Way Out (Warhammer Horror)

The Way Out is an audio drama from Black Library (Games Workshop) and was part of last years Digital Horror Week. Something that I didn’t know existed, but that I really hope happens again this year so I can follow it! Continue reading

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Review: Mark of Faith by Rachel Harrison

Mark of Faith is one of the latest additions to the lore of Warhammer 40,000. Written by Rachel Harrison, this piece of work focuses specifically on the Adepta Sororitas and a new legend being born. Continue reading

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Review: The Court of the Blind King by David Guymer

The Court of the Blind King kicks off a new adventure in the Age of Sigmar from Warhammer. Written by David Guymer, this novel takes a deep dive (pun intended) into the lives and battles of the Deepkin. Continue reading

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Review: Sepulturum by Nick Kyme

Sepulturum is the latest novel to the Warhammer Horror line, and that is automatically enough to get my attention right there. As does the fact that it’s written by Nick Kyme, an author famous for his connection to Black Library. Continue reading

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Review: Belisarius Cawl: The Great Work by Guy Haley

Written by Guy Haley, Belisarius Cawl: The Great Work does a deep dive into a beloved character from the franchise. Known as the Archmagos Dominus of the Adeptus Mechanicus, he is arguably one of the most brilliant people you’ll ever meet. Continue reading

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