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The Empire (Warhammer Omnibus)by Chris Wraight
Synopses & Reviews
Omnibus of three novels set in the Empire of the Warhammer Old World.
The Empire is the largest and most powerful realm in the Old World. Founded by the warrior-god Sigmar, it is built up of city-states and provinces that are now bound together under the rule of the Emperor Karl Franz. Only through the actions of its valiant heroes has it repelled the numerous invasions brought against it. This omnibus edition collects together three tales of heroism and sacrifice focusing on the elite swordsmen of the Empire, the mighty warrior-priests of Sigmar, and the powerful war machines of the Engineering College.
About the Author
Chris Wraight is a writer of fantasy and science fiction, whose first novel was published in 2008. He's written several books set in the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 universes, including the bestselling Space Marine Battles novel Battle of the Fang. He doesn't own a cat, dog, or augmented hamster (which technically disqualifies him from writing for Black Library), but would quite like to own a tortoise one day. He's based in a leafy bit of south-west England, and when not struggling to meet deadlines enjoys running through scenic parts of it.
Nick Kyme is the author of the Tome of Fire trilogy featuring the Salamanders Space Marines. He has also written for the Space Marine Battles and Time of Legends series with the novels The Fall of Damnos and The Great Betrayal. In addition, he has penned a host of short stories and several novellas, including 'Feat of Iron' which was a New York Times Bestseller in the Horus Heresy collection The Primarchs. He lives and works in Nottingham.
Darius Hinks’s first novel, Warrior Priest, won the David Gemmell Morningstar award for best newcomer. Since then he has carved a bloody swathe through the Warhammer world in works such as Island of Blood, Sigvald and Razumov’s Tomb. Recently, he has ventured into the Warhammer 40,000 universe with the Space Marine Battles novella 'Sanctus'. He plans to return to the grim darkness of the far future after he has finished telling the tale of the forest god Orion.
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