GOTREK AND FELIX
Gotrek Gurnisson and Felix Jaeger are two unlikely heroes of the Warhammer world. Gotrek is a slayer, a dwarf sworn to seek death in unequal combat against the mightiest of monsters. Felix is a poet who while drunk swore an oath to accompany Gotrek on his quest and record his doom in an epic poem. The only problem is that Gotrek is simply too tough to die and to make matters worse it seems to be his fate to be drawn into terrifying adventures in the furthest and least hospitable parts of the Old World.
The First Omnibus contains the following previously released books:
TROLLSLAYER IS THE first part of the death saga of Gotrek Gurnisson, as retold by his travelling companion Felix Jaeger. Set in the darkly gothic world of Warhammer, Trollslayer is an episodic novel featuring some of the most extraordinary adventures of this deadly pair of heroes. Monsters, daemons, sorcerers, mutants, orcs, beastmen and worse are to be found as Gotrek strives to achieve a noble death in battle. Felix, of course, only has to survive to tell the tale.
SET IN THE MIGHTY city of Nuln, Gotrek & Felix are back in Skavenslayer, the second novel in this epic saga. Seeking to undermine the very fabric of the Empire with their arcane warp-sorcery, the skaven, twisted Chaos rat-men, are at large in the reeking sewers beneath the city. Led by Grey Seer Thanquol, the servants of the Horned Rat are determined to overthrow this bastion of humanity. Against such forces, what possible threat can just two hard-bitten adventurers pose?
FRESH FROM THEIR adventures battling the servants of the rat-god in Nuln, Gotrek & Felix are now ready to join an expedition northwards in search of the long-lost dwarf hall of Karag Dum. Setting forth for the hideous Realms of Chaos in an experimental dwarf airship, Gotrek and Felix are sworn to succeed or die in the attempt. But greater and more sinister energies are coming into play, as a daemonic power is awoken to fulfil its ancient, deadly promise.
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Hi, I read one of your books quite a few years ago. I was a warhammer gamer back then (perhaps 17 years ago). I believe it was Giantslayer, thing is I tried finding your books in every book shop in Spain and couldn’t find them, mind you that book i
I read was borrowed off of an old friend I haven’t seen in years. Fact is every time I am asked about my favourite book, I mention yours. I would love to keep on reading them all if you help me finding them.
I am sorry, Lewis. I don’t know what the situation is with the books in Spain. I believe the foreign language rights on a lot of the Slayer books were pulled when the Old World got blown up and replaced with Age of Sigmar and that may have happened where you are. Sorry I can’t be of more help.