Warhammer Adventures Book Series Continues Into 2021

December 17, 2020 by brennon

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Two new books are on the way from Games Workshop for younger readers in 2021. If you're interested in the Warhammer Adventures series then you'll be pleased to know that there is another book for Warhammer 40,000 and for Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar on the horizon.

Plague Of The Nurglings - Games Workshop

Plague Of The Nurglings // Games Workshop

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All of the books in the Warhammer Adventures series are there to get younger hobbyists and lovers of Fantasy and Sci-Fi interested in these worlds and carry over themes of friendship and comradery in the many battles the characters fight, regardless of the genre. The first of these books is Plague Of The Nurglings...

"Plague of the Nurglings by Cavan Scott continues the Warhammer 40,000: Warped Galaxies series. This latest entry sends Zelia Lor and her companions to the forge world of Aparitus, where they continue their search for the mysterious Emperor’s Seat – and Zelia’s explorer mother. Under the protection of Inquisitor Jeremias, they deal with the cyborg servants of the Adeptus Mechanicus – and are thrown into another battle for their lives as a sinister plague infects man and machine alike, and unleashes a horde of daemonic nurglings across the planet."

In the second of the new books, we're looking to the Mortal Realms and a different cast of characters in Fortress Of Ghosts...

Fortress Of Ghosts - Games Workshop

Fortress Of Ghosts // Games Workshop

Here is what to expect from this entry into the series...

"Imprisoned in the Palace of Mirrors in dark Shyish, the Realm of Death, Kiri and her fellow adventurers must brave the Shatterglass Labyrinth to escape. The only way to survive is for Kiri, Alish, Elio, and Thanis to trust one another – but a recent betrayal makes that hard. Can they put aside their hurt and fear, or will the Nighthaunts claim their souls for Nagash?"

I've not had a peek inside the pages of these books, but I think if I were a young'un right now, I would be all over the look of these. The cover art looks neat and inviting and it seems like it might have been a fun way to dive into the world of Warhammer before trying my hand at something bigger from Black Library.

These books mark the fifth in each series which has expanded greatly over the last few years...

Warhammer Adventure Sci-Fi Books - Games Workshop

Warhammer Adventures Sci-Fi Books // Games Workshop

Warhammer Adventure Fantasy Books - Games Workshop

Warhammer Adventures Fantasy Books // Games Workshop

It would be interesting to hear from parents who have read these books to their kids or got their kids interested in the hobby through these tales. As I say, these probably wouldn't be for me considering I'm now in my mid-thirties but I bet a lot of kids are getting a kick out of these.

What do you think?

"I think if I were a young'un right now, I would be all over the look of these..."

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