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A Warhammer Horror anthology Unexplained deaths terrify the crew of a tank. A strange instrument beguiles its audience. A man fears for his sanity within a plague-riddled hive. This grim collection of unspeakable cosmic horrors and arcane menaces unveils the subtle darkness that lurks within the souls of mankind and the sinister forces tormenting them. READ IT BECAUSE Experie A Warhammer Horror anthology Unexplained deaths terrify the crew of a tank. A strange instrument beguiles its audience. A man fears for his sanity within a plague-riddled hive. This grim collection of unspeakable cosmic horrors and arcane menaces unveils the subtle darkness that lurks within the souls of mankind and the sinister forces tormenting them. READ IT BECAUSE Experience bite-sized chunks of terror in a collection of spine-chilling short stories that will shine a light on the very darkest corners of the Warhammer worlds. DESCRIPTION A bitter sacrifice haunts the forest of a backwater planet; in a plague-riddled hive, a man faces a harrowing choice; an instrument of singular beauty beguiles a failing musician… There is darkness within the beleaguered souls of those who suffer the worlds of Warhammer. Whether it’s the arcane menaces of the Mortal Realms, or the cosmic nightmares of the 41st Millennium, none are immune to the evil that preys upon the desperate, exploits the cruel and seduces the unfulfilled. The third in the series of Warhammer Horror anthologies, Anathemas includes more razor-sharp tales of terror and insanity from the imaginings of David Annandale, C L Werner, Jake Ozga, Lora Gray and many more. CONTENTS A Threnody for Kolchev by Darius Hinks Vox Daemonicus by James Forster The Thing in the Woods by Paul Kearney Hab Fever Lockdown by Justin D Hill Voices in the Glass by Richard Strachan Skin Man by Tim Waggoner These Hands, These Wings by Lora Gray A Deep and Steady Tread by David Annandale Mud and Mist by John Goodrich Suffer the Vision by Jake Ozga The Funeral by Darius Hinks The Shadow Crown by C L Werner Runner by Alan Bao Miracles by Nicholas Wolf


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A Warhammer Horror anthology Unexplained deaths terrify the crew of a tank. A strange instrument beguiles its audience. A man fears for his sanity within a plague-riddled hive. This grim collection of unspeakable cosmic horrors and arcane menaces unveils the subtle darkness that lurks within the souls of mankind and the sinister forces tormenting them. READ IT BECAUSE Experie A Warhammer Horror anthology Unexplained deaths terrify the crew of a tank. A strange instrument beguiles its audience. A man fears for his sanity within a plague-riddled hive. This grim collection of unspeakable cosmic horrors and arcane menaces unveils the subtle darkness that lurks within the souls of mankind and the sinister forces tormenting them. READ IT BECAUSE Experience bite-sized chunks of terror in a collection of spine-chilling short stories that will shine a light on the very darkest corners of the Warhammer worlds. DESCRIPTION A bitter sacrifice haunts the forest of a backwater planet; in a plague-riddled hive, a man faces a harrowing choice; an instrument of singular beauty beguiles a failing musician… There is darkness within the beleaguered souls of those who suffer the worlds of Warhammer. Whether it’s the arcane menaces of the Mortal Realms, or the cosmic nightmares of the 41st Millennium, none are immune to the evil that preys upon the desperate, exploits the cruel and seduces the unfulfilled. The third in the series of Warhammer Horror anthologies, Anathemas includes more razor-sharp tales of terror and insanity from the imaginings of David Annandale, C L Werner, Jake Ozga, Lora Gray and many more. CONTENTS A Threnody for Kolchev by Darius Hinks Vox Daemonicus by James Forster The Thing in the Woods by Paul Kearney Hab Fever Lockdown by Justin D Hill Voices in the Glass by Richard Strachan Skin Man by Tim Waggoner These Hands, These Wings by Lora Gray A Deep and Steady Tread by David Annandale Mud and Mist by John Goodrich Suffer the Vision by Jake Ozga The Funeral by Darius Hinks The Shadow Crown by C L Werner Runner by Alan Bao Miracles by Nicholas Wolf

30 review for Anathemas

  1. 5 out of 5

    Christian

    This was a very focused collection of stories that really explored the different kinds of fear one could experience.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Trent Baker

    It was a decent collection of horror stories, but there wasn't anything particularly special about them. It was a decent collection of horror stories, but there wasn't anything particularly special about them.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jack Saunders

    A fantastic collection of gruesome and disturbing stories from the worlds of Warhammer.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Daeron

    I wouldn't really call these horror stories. Nevertheless they were enjoyable, for the most part. I wouldn't really call these horror stories. Nevertheless they were enjoyable, for the most part.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mati

    The compilation of Warhammer and Warhammmer 40k related horror stories varies in the quality and the level of creepiness. Over all something I could reread in the future.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michael Dodd

    A compelling collection of low-key tales highlighting the strange, sinister fringes of the 40k and Age of Sigmar universes. Across fourteen stories from thirteen authors, all but two of which are published here for the first time, it’s an exploration of characters driven by fear and desperation, ordinary people just trying to survive in the midst of terrible, horrifying worlds. These are stories to unsettle, that keep you wondering where they’re going and leave you feeling uncomfortable afterwar A compelling collection of low-key tales highlighting the strange, sinister fringes of the 40k and Age of Sigmar universes. Across fourteen stories from thirteen authors, all but two of which are published here for the first time, it’s an exploration of characters driven by fear and desperation, ordinary people just trying to survive in the midst of terrible, horrifying worlds. These are stories to unsettle, that keep you wondering where they’re going and leave you feeling uncomfortable afterwards. None of these tales tie in with existing stories or series in the range, so there’s no required reading or sense of needing to know anything before getting started, and while there’s Warhammer texture aplenty to reward long-term fans, there should be very little that readers new to the settings can’t follow – which is surely the point of Warhammer Horror! All told, whether you’re a regular Black Library reader or not there’s a lot to enjoy – if enjoy is the right word, for these sorts of stories – in this anthology. Read the full review at https://www.trackofwords.com/2020/03/...

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    Dta510

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    Jakub Sládek

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    Mike Mcken

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  29. 4 out of 5

    Sean McKee

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    Gaven Morgan

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