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
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