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A Warhammer Underworlds novel

In the untamed wilds of Ghur, darkness is rising. Rival warbands battle over the dread Beastgrave. Will Beastlord Ghroth prevail or can Branchwraith Kyra and her dryads stop his foul plans?

The Warhammer Underworlds action is moving to a new arena. This is your chance to discover the secrets of the Beastgrave, and the warbands battling over it.

Ghur is a realm of vast wilds and savage beasts. Few are more vicious than the herdchief, Ghroth the Rootcutter. Brutal and ruthless, he leads his warherd from one massacre to the next, slaughtering all who defy him. Yet this is not enough to sate Ghroth's bloodthirsty ambition – to become the mightiest of beastlords. When a fearsome vision promises Ghroth the power he craves, he leads a small band of warriors far across the wastes to seize the relic that will make all beastkin submit to his dominion.

But Ghroth's ambition is not unopposed. Rivals within his own warherd seek to cheat him of the prize he covets. Meanwhile, in the enchanted forest of Thornwyld, an enemy of a different kind stirs. The Branchwraith Kyra has also had a vision, an apocalyptic foretelling of the destruction Ghroth will unleash upon her home. Gathering a retinue of dryads, Kyra hastens to thwart Ghroth's hunt – either by killing him or destroying the dark relic he seeks.

The trail will lead both beastkin and Sylvaneth across perilous wastelands. But no danger is greater than that which waits in the mountain tomb of the godbeast. It is a place of terror and legend, a place spoken of in frightened whispers. It is a place called Beastgrave.

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    Beastgrave Reviews

  • CBTChris

    Beastgrave is a great book for any preexisting fans of the Age of Sigmar setting or those hoping to become a fan. There's plenty of action, likeable characters, and interesting environments. On top o...

  • Benjamin

    pretty cool if you are into goats...

  • Ashley Rankin

    Didn't really know what to expect when picking this one up. Knew it was a tie in to a release that GW had going on, but my main draw was it featured Beastmen and Sylvaneth as the main characters in th...

  • Nerd_Rage_Dad

    Monsters as the main characters pays off.This is the second age of sigma novel I’ve read and I will recommend it to absolutely anyone who likes high fantasy. It’s an easy read that explains the cr...

  • Michael Butler

    This is a great addition to the Age of Sigmar stories. Beastgrave, the mythical living mountain draws all sorts to its chasms. From the beastmen and goblins to the noble dryads, all are called to Beas...

  • Christian

    CL Werner knows why I read these books: For the action and the drama, of course! With cool fighting within the scope of the level he set. Werner is the master of the small ensemble and the drama in sm...

  • Joseph Carr

    Very strong start, it turns out I have an affinity for Beastmen. Totally lacking in any emotional resonance though despite the potential given Sorgaas' backstory. The ending was very anticlimactic and...

  • Joe

    It started off slow, with neither the protagonists & antagonists reaching the Beastgrave mountain until halfway through. Once they arrive, the concepts surrounding a living mountain are explored in in...

  • Christopher

    ***1/2: extremely enjoyable tale, perfectly captures the setting and cultures of the factions represented. Even though it was written as a marketing prop, it didn’t read like it was selling me somet...

  • Paul Sparks

    I have been reading WH40k and Horus Heresy books for a while now but only recently have I ventured into the AoS books and I am hooked! This is another great example of the quality of writers that BL a...