Sword of Wrath Released

Sword of Wrath, the 8th Kormak novel, has just been released.


Here’s the blurb:


En route to the distant colonies of Terra Nova on a secret mission for the King-Emperor, Kormak and his companions find themselves stranded on a remote island. They must solve the terrible mystery of what happened to the missing population before a monstrous scourge overwhelms them too. And, all the while, a treacherous, sorcerous assassin lurks in the background waiting for his chance to kill.

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10 Replies to “Sword of Wrath Released”

  1. Loved it!

    My problem is that once I get into an author, I struggle to get into anyone else for a while, so I have to get everything they’ve done. Which is why I now have a Skaven army despite having never having any interest in Warhammer until this time last year when I bought all your Gotrek & Felix books while on a break in Haye.

    (I don’t know anyone else that plays, so they’ll remain forever on my shelves, getting dusty. Though I have discovered that I really enjoy painting them, so my midlife crisis (I got them for my 40th birthday) hobby is cheaper than a sports car or a pretty excuse for a divorce… So thanks for that, too!)

    So greedy me can’t wait for the next Kormack book. Or any book by you. In the mean time I have just started Illidan. I have been playing World of Warcraft since The Burning Crusade, but I have never followed the lore and I have never read any of the books. I was a little worried that I wouldn’t be able to follow the story, but it seems to be fine as a standalone so far.

    1. Thanks. I’m glad you found Illidan accessible. We tried hard to make it so for people who did not know all the lore. Hopefully, you won’t have too long to wait for the next Kormak book.

  2. Disappointing, it was over way too quick. It was like sitting down to a 6 course meal, being utterly blown away by the appetizers, and then being told you had actually eaten a full six courses and didn’t realize it.

    There was so much incredible stuff going on in there. As usual you had an adult view of the characters and their motivations, meeting the “sun king” was incredible. Finding out that his “evil” brother is actual someone who does what he does because he honestly loves his brother and wants to keep him on the throne was powerful.

  3. i think we are all disappointed every time we reach the end of one of your books because we just want more more more more! Can’t wait for the next Kormak release. #InBillWeTrust

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