A Warhammer Horror novel.
Dark and terrible secrets may be found lurking within the cities of the Old World and the savage wilderness that surrounds them. Genevieve Dieudonné, vampire heroine of Drachenfels, battles to outwit adversaries both magical and mundane, human and beast, in this series of three linked novellas: Stage Blood, The Cold Stark House and Unicorn Ivory.
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One of the masters of modern horror fiction turns his hand to a trio of terrifying tales set in the world-that-was. If you enjoyed Drachenfels and want to see more of the vampire heroine Genevieve, this is your next stop.
There are many secrets in the dark places of the Old World. From the cities of the Empire, where men huddle together in defiance of the darkness that sweeps across the land, to the vast, savage forests that house all manner of terrible beasts, everywhere you look there is a dark tale or ancient legend waiting to be unearthed. For the vampire Genevieve Dieudonné, several of these ancient horrors and blood-soaked nightmares are about to come to light, as she is plunged into battles for her life and her very soul across three linked novellas.
Embarking on an odyssey of self-discovery, she must face monsters and magicians, intrigue and evil. Her journey takes her from the depths of an old theater to an accursed mansion under a deadly Gothic spell, and finally to the hunt of a savage unicorn mare through haunted forests.
Written by Kim Newman.
Total running time 7 hours and 43 minutes.
Narrated by Antonia Beamish.
What members say
- Lee West
Another great Warhammer fantasy book. More please.
This novel is a collection of short stories following the events in the Drachenfels novel. I really enjoyed this book and I'm looking forward to the remaining two books in the series when they are released on audible. the story was fun and the narrator did a great job. The only problem was that there no more novels presently for Warhammer fantasy other than the last two Gotrek and Felix novels. Please, Audible and Black Library put out more of the Warhammer fantasy audiobooks, other than the Age of Sigmar and 40k, I would love to listen to the rest of Gotrek and Felix or the Brunner series.