With Naggaroth besieged by the hordes of Chaos, the Witch King Malekith makes the decision to abandon the Land of Chill and make one final attempt to seize the throne of Ulthuan.
Omnibus containing two novels in the End Times series: "The Curse of Khaine"and"Deathblade."
The Curse of Khaine
With Naggaroth besieged by the hordes of Chaos, the Witch King Malekith makes the decision to abandon the Land of Chill and make one final attempt to seize the throne of Ulthuan. As the druchii march upon the soil of their ancestral home once again, long-laid plans come to fruition and treachery blooms, bringing Malekith closer than ever to his goal. All that stands in the Witch King s way is the Regent of Ulthuan, Prince Tyrion, and the darkness within Malekith s own soul, the call of the Curse of Khaine.
It has taken decades, but Malus Darkblade has finally plotted, schemed and murdered his way to power, as the ruler of the city of Hag Graef and general of the Witch King Malekith s armies. But his position is imperilled when Malekith orders an all-out assault on Ulthuan with Darkblade in the vanguard. As he wages war on the high elves, Darkblade must decide where his loyalties lie will he follow Malekith to the death, or will he finally rise up and try to claim the throne of Naggaroth for himself? And either way, will he survive?"
Gav Thorpe is the author of the Horus Heresy novel "Deliverance Lost," as well as the novellas"Corax: Soulforge"," Ravenlord"and "The Lion"," "the last of which formed part of the "New York Times" bestselling collection "The Primarchs." He is particularly wellknown for his Dark Angels stories, including the Legacy of Caliban series. His Warhammer 40,000 repertoire further includes the Path of the Eldar" "series, the Horus Heresy audio dramas "Raven s Flight, Honour to the Dead "and "Raptor, " and a multiplicity of short stories. For Warhammer, Gav has penned the End Times novel "The Curse of Khaine," the Time of Legends trilogy, The Sundering, and much more besides. He lives and works in Nottingham.
C L Werner s Black Library credits include the Space Marine Battles novel" The Siege of Castellax, " the End Times novel Deathblade, and the Warhammer novels"Mathias Thulmann: Witch Hunter "and"Runefang. "He also wrotethe Brunner the Bounty Hunter trilogy, " "the Thanquol & Boneripper series, and the Time of Legends trilogyThe Black Plague. Currently living in the American south-west, he continues to write stories of mayhem and madness set in the worlds of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000."
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