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Anathemas
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Publisher Black Library
Series Warhammer Horror
Released March 2020
Pages 432

Anathemas is a Warhammer Horror anthology.

Description

Anathemas is the third Warhammer Horror anthology, featuring more twisted and razor-sharp tales set in the 41st Millennium and the Mortal Realms. Unexplained deaths terrify the crew of an ancient Astra Militarum tank; a strange instrument beguiles its audience with a deadly melody; 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. Spawned by some of Black Library’s most depraved minds including David Annandale, C L Werner and Darius Hinks, the anthology also introduces new writers, Jake Ozga, Lora Gray and Richard Strachan.Anathemas is the third Warhammer Horror anthology, featuring more twisted and razor-sharp tales set in the 41st Millennium and the Mortal Realms. Unexplained deaths terrify the crew of an ancient Astra Militarum tank; a strange instrument beguiles its audience with a deadly melody; 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. Spawned by some of Black Library’s most depraved minds including David Annandale, C L Werner and Darius Hinks, the anthology also introduces new writers, Jake Ozga, Lora Gray and Richard Strachan. [1]

Contents

The book contains[2]:

  • 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

Sources