It’s Saturday, which means new books are here! This week sees a plethora of pre-orders, from the Horus Heresy to Horror and much more besides. Let’s see what you’ll be reading next week!
Luther is one of the Horus Heresy’s most fascinating characters. Adoptive father to the Lion, he stood by the primarch’s side for decades, before turning to darkness and leading half the First Legion with him. What caused this change? In Gav Thorpe’s Luther: First of the Fallen you’ll get Luther’s own answer to that question.
This limited edition hardback is your first chance to hear the arch-Fallen’s story. It includes internal art and Gav’s signature on all 2,500 copies, so pre-order yours now before it sells out!*
With Halloween just a week away, the new season of Warhammer Horror is beginning with a novel by Peter Fehervari. The Reverie is set in the 41st Millennium and delves deeper into the Angels Resplendent, a Space Marine Chapter later known as the Angels Penitent, about whom Peter has written before. You’ll visit their homeworld and discover the secrets of the mysterious Reverie as three strangers, each drawn there, discover their destinies.
There’s more horror awaiting you in Kim Newman’s classic murder mystery Beasts in Velvet, available as an audiobook for the first time. A killer stalks the streets of Altdorf, and the only hope of stopping him lies with a disgraced guard captain, a troubled nobleman, and a seer whose powers frighten those around her. Explore the upper echelons of the Imperial court and the dingy streets of the capital’s docks in the beloved tale of the world-that-was, now more atmospheric than ever in audio!
The Reverie is available to pre-order in paperback and eBook versions now,** and you can also order the MP3 of both it and Beasts in Velvet or pre-order them on the Black Library Audio app.
While you wait for them to arrive, you’ll be able to download and read a new Warhammer Horror short story every day from Monday to Friday. From a haunted city in the Realm of Death, where a pampered noble makes a dread discovery, to a vast spire where secrets will change a life, each story is a chilling peek into the dark sides of the Warhammer universes. Watch out for them starting on Monday!
German-language readers can also enjoy some seasonal horror in a translated edition of David Annandale’s The House of Night and Chain. An Astra Militarum colonel, broken by war and loss, returns to his childhood home to take up the mantle of Planetary Governor – but horrors await in the House of Malveil that will make his experiences of war seem like child’s play… Experience a haunted house story in a universe where the things that haunt you can do a lot worse than give you a scare…
Pre-order the paperback and eBook editions now.
In the Mortal Realms, the forces of Chaos continue their eternal struggle for supremacy of the Eightpoints in Warcry Catacombs: Blood of the Everchosen. When a child is born, prophesied to be a threat to Archaon himself, warbands race to capture this infant to further their own sinister purposes.
Delve deep beneath the Bloodwind Spoil and find out what the servants of the Dark Gods desire in this action-packed novel, which you can pre-order now in hardback, eBook, and MP3 audiobook. You can also get the hardback in a bundle with the new Warcry: Catacombs boxed game.
Finally this week, the latest volume of Inferno! hits paperback. Packed with 12 short tales from Warhammer Age of Sigmar, Warhammer 40,000, and Necromunda, it’s perfect for diving into if you want a quick read between novels or a bedtime story. Pre-order the paperback now – or download the eBook edition, which was released earlier in the year, to get reading straight away.
All of this week’s physical releases are available from the Games Workshop webstore, while BlackLibrary.com is the place to go for eBooks and MP3 audiobooks. Remember to let us know on the Black Library Facebook page what you’ll be reading!
* Readers in Australia and New Zealand – we’re sorry to say that Luther’s boat has been delayed and he’ll be arriving closer to the end of November.
** Again, unfortunate shipping conditions have delayed The Reverie – there’s no word yet on when it’ll make its way to Australia and New Zealand.
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