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After a bloody triumph at the siege of Cartha, Lord-Relictor Ramus' Hallowed Knights and the Astral Templars of Knight-Azyros Vandalus press on with their search for Mannfred von Carstein, but they soon learn that orruks, not ogors, hold sway in the Carthic Oldwoods.

The Stormcast Eternals must overcome not only these brutish warriors but also the will of their gods. Ramus and Vandalus must prevail against the fist of Gork and the fist of Mork if they are to forge a path to the Sea of Bones, where their hated quarry awaits.

©2016 Games Workshop Limited (P)2015 Games Workshop Limited

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  • Mike Snyder
  • 16-05-19

Series is rubbish

As a new player to the game, I really want to like these books. I play Ironjawz in AoS and I wanted to listen to something other than Stormcast, however this series is the same as most others, Stormcast are amazing and everyone else should bow down. The story is empty of motivation and sounds like it was written by a 15 yr old British boy who dreams of the Imperial Age. The writing is full of hierarchy and dull plots. There is little character development, but the story spends a lot of time describing battle scenes. If you just want to listen to Stormcast beat up other races and the snarky things they say to each other, then read this book.

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  • A
  • 08-10-19

I need more orruk.

I only listened to the first book in this series in hopes there would be a good deal of Orruk in this book and moving forward. I was deeply disappointed. It was still highly focused on the Stormcast. I'll be requesting a refund.

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  • Brady
  • 28-01-18

Epic Fantasy

I loved it great story awesome fights totally wizard must get do it just click that bit button.