The Black Library Novella Collection (Paperbacks)
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- Product Code: BL-NC1
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Ten fantastic tales from the worlds of Warhammer to read and collect. From primarchs battling on the eve of the Siege of Terra to a new adventure for Gotrek Gurnisson, explore a huge variety of stories by authors old and new.
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It's something totally new for Black Library – a series of collectable novellas covering different subjects, written by different authors, but designed to form a set that will look great on your shelf as well as delivering ten top reads!
From the jungles of the 41st Millennium, where the Adepta Sororitas of the Order of the Bloody Rose bring fire and fury to the Emperor's foes, to the darkest reaches of the Mortal Realms, in which a Darkoath Warqueen defends her lands from rival worshippers of the Dark Gods, this collection of ten novellas explores the Warhammer universes in a series of exciting and action-packed stories. The larger-than-life heroes of the Adeptus Custodes, an aelven privateer on a personal mission and even the Slayer himself, Gotrek Gurnisson, will thrill you with their adventures. You'll also take an excursion in the underhive of Necromunda where an Escher gang fight for survival, witness an Astra Militarum tank crew in battle and visit the Grave of Heroes. And for the first time, you can discover what the Ultramarines and Dark Angels were doing as Horus' armies fell on the defenders of the Throneworld, in a pair of Horus Heresy novellas that form prequels to the Siege of Terra!
This collection includes ten paperback novellas comprising the complete Black Library Novella Series 1.
The Bloodied Rose by Danie Ware
Steel Daemon by Ian St Martin
Auric Gods by Nick Kyme
Spear of Ultramar by David Annandale
Dreadwing by David Guymer
Wanted: Dead by Mike Brooks
Warqueen by Darius Hinks
The Red Hours by Evan Dicken
The Bone Desert by Robbie MacNiven
Heart of Winter by Nick Horth