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Neferata Book 2.

With her kingdom surrounded by enemies on all sides, the Blood Queen Neferata must call upon all of her cunning and guile if she is to maintain her rulership.... Fortunately, those qualities are not in short supply....

Listen to it because: Explore the terrifying wiles of the Mortarch of Blood in a novel that pushes her to her limits as enemies gather both within and without her undying empire.  

The story: Neferata is besieged. To the east, the daemon prince Graunos gathers the legions of the Blood God, seeking to tear the Mortarch from her throne. To the south, Sigmar’s storm heralds the coming of the Anvils of the Heldenhammer, intent on pressing the God-King’s claim. All the while, an ancient enemy grows, hidden within Neferata’s lands. Never has her power seemed so fragile. But, within the dominion of bones, the Mortarch of Blood controls all, and even the champions of the Dark Gods will find themselves puppets in her schemes.  

Written by David Annandale. Narrated by Emma Gregory.

©2019 Games Workshop Limited (P)2019 Games Workshop Limited

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The great strategist

Enjoyed the story and loved how manipulative and cunning Neferata was portrayed. Even though it made sense the reader was female, found her male or deamon voices hard to listen to... however felt she captured Neferata and her subjects very well!

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A clash of strategic interplay

It's a novelty for me to see Khornate lords act with such competent strategy and consideration. They direct their rage in a fashion that benefits them most. Seeing Neferata be surprised by a development is always enjoyable, as she usually has everything planned in advance. The figure of her surprise goads her curiosity and potentially a fond semi-attachment. The vocal flexibility of the narrator adds extra value to this intriguing story.

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Machiavellian machinations

A thoroughly enjoyable story that is engaging and interesting with lots of action and politics of the dark realms in AoS the narration was first class as always by Emma Gregory

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Good listen and wonderfuly voiced

by fare the best i have listen to here on audible so fare. The narator do a goodd job bringing the characters and story to life

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Love it!

This is the first full Black Library novel I have started and finished within a week! It follows my favourite character of course being Neferata, and and adds so much depth to her as well as others characters in Age of Sigmar.

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A good story, better narrator.

The story was pretty good, but seemed like the conclusion was over in an instant. The narrator was really good, a really enjoyable Warhammer book.

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Good book.

I like it more than 40k. I wish It was a series. Also the voice actor is on point.

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neferafa a personnel favourite

i really enjoyed the story and i enjoyed performance of the narrator emma gregory using different voices for emphasis captured nefrata voice perfect ,always imagined her to speak like that

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a great book while you paint

really enjoyed this audio book either while doing house work of painting my army of the undead

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Great story

Well written loved every minute, even the reading was good some times the voices are bit strange. But I still really enjoyed it.

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  • 13-03-21

good beanz


pretty good bruv thrilling story no punctuation needed death is pretty metal my dudes

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  • 08-05-21

Forgettable

Some interesting secondary characters, but Neferata herself is boring and predictable. Just about every chapter is about her being ooooohhhh sooooo sly, but most of the time it feels forced. It would have been a better book if we did not get to see so much if her. The plot also ends abruptly, without giving any catharsis. The worst part is that all the other characters seem to be blindly swooning att her awesomeness....

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  • 08-04-21

Pretty good

The writing of the battles seemed hard to follow, but the intrigue was quite good. Almost a little too "Just as planned" in some cases, but overall it was a good listen.

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  • Neil
  • 12-01-21

best narration

Loved it!! the book was good but the narater was great!! she really makes it!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-10-20

First Warhammer book I have heard.

The narrators range of voices was a challenge, and she completed it well. Story was great and I look forward to listening to more.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-06-20

Thrilling

This book was much more in depth and interesting than i imagined it would be. A diverse cast of characters motives and back stories made me binge the whole book

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  • Joshua Lynch
  • 19-06-20

Deception

Plans within plans, treachery within treachery. Neferata was a delightful character to read about. The scenes were well detailed, the battle scenes were excellent. I look forward to the next story about the Mortarch of Blood.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-10-19

I review I guess

I liked it tho the ending and the last battle felt rushed. The fleshing of the undead is always nice