Heart of Winter

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A Warhammer Age of Sigmar novella

Fleetmaster Arika Zenthe travels to the icy frontier of the Realm of Beasts to find and kill her father, the legendary Zarkand Zenthe, only to find herself caught up in the cruel aelf’s plans for conquest.

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The aelves haven't been explored much in the Age of Sigmar, and this tale delves into the politicking and cruelty of the corsairs who ply the seas of the Mortal Realms.

THE STORY
Fleetmaster Arika Zenthe travels to the icy frontier of the Realm of Beasts to find and kill her father, the legendary Zarkand Zenthe, only to find herself caught up in the cruel aelf’s plans for conquest. Captured and poisoned by the very man she sought to slay, Arika faces a desperate race against time to retrieve an ancient artefact known as the Heart of Winter, which possesses the power to quench the magical fires safeguarding the free city of Izalend – Zarkand Zenthe’s intended target. Arika Zenthe will have to employ every ounce of her ruthlessness and cunning to retrieve the Heart from the depths of the haunted Druichan forest, turn the tables on her father and prevent his empire-building schemes.

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    Heart of Winter Reviews

  • Lewis Salter

    A fantastic look into how precarious the grand alliance order really is. Shows the druchii lifestyle of the Warhammer fantasy is very much still alive....

  • Danny Montgomery

    I usually like Nick Horth stories but this one felt off. I am not sure what most characters motivation is. With out spoiling anything it states within the first few pages that the main character is a ...

  • Joanna

    Bisher kannte ich von Warhammer nur die 40K-Welt. "Herz des Winters" war (nebst einem Spiel für den Computer) mein bisher erster Ausflug in die mittelalterliche Zeit des Warhammer-Universums.Allzu fr...

  • Aaron

    I can't remember if Arika Zenthe was always the most interesting character from the Callis and Toll series or if I only think that now after reading this book. Both she and the novella as a whole do g...

  • Christopher

    ***1/2: more swashbuckling, high adventure from the pen of Nick Horth — this tale was chock full of the type of sword-and-sorcery fun that I’ve come to expect from him. Very Fritz Leiber in tone a...

  • Tom Gattenhof

    Much like the other novellas this one seems a little rushed. Like it was planned to be a larger story but they opted to condense a part of it.Some good visual descriptions but the two main characters ...

  • Steve

    Definitely a different sort of book than I usually seem to read in the Warhammer universes, more adventure-y and fun. Would love to see a series on these characters, as well!...

  • Dan Findlay-Robinson

    Great to see Arika Zenthe in her own tale, there are twists and turns along the way and plenty of action.Great tale and enjoyable insight into the corsairs....

  • Amanda

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