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Perdition's Flame

Warhammer Horror
Length: 1 hr and 19 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (90 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A Warhammer Horror audio drama.

A disgraced Vostroyan Imperial Guardsman huddles, alone and freezing, against a dark storm. Desperate for a chance to redeem himself, he grasps at any hope for peace. But in the Dark Millennium, the Gods offer nothing but horror.... 

Listen to it because: It's dark, atmospheric, utterly terrifying and a perfect audio horror experience, compellingly written and thunderingly performed.  

The story: The wind screams. The dark night is freezing. Vossk, a Vostroyan Firstborn, shrinks into a rock against a howl of memories. Having disgraced himself by deserting his post during a terrifying encounter, Vossk had resigned himself to penal servitude, though he's yearned for the chance to redeem himself. But in the 41st Millennium, such dreams are hollow when a man’s reality has been shaken to his core. Found in the shadows of a pitiless cave, Vossk relives his tale to his rescuer. But trauma stalks the weary, and in the face of an even greater horror, it grins at those whose courage has failed them once before....

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

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absolutely amazing

I couldn't stop listening once I'd started and I was one the edge of my seat the whole time. the atmosphere this story creates is superb and its truly a wonderful thing experiencing horror in the universe of 40k.

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meh

the actors were good The plot was terrible overall just made me feel like I wasted time it was a bit confusing

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Absolutely horribly amazing!

This is by far the best audio drama yet!! The story is well written and the voice actors great! Don’t hesitate to buy it’s a great listen!

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HOLY CRAP....SO GLAD I BOUGHT THIS

The twist and reveal in this story is AWESOME.
The atmosphere is set up amazingly well.

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Spooky

This story is a good example of the darker aspects of Warhammer 40k. I enjoyed it from start to finish.

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great listen

i cant wait for more 40k books in this style. it was a great listen and had a wonderful ending that I did not expect

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40k is already horror.

I know this was supposed to be a 40k horror story, but most all 40k stories are horror. I liked the end, lore fans will know what was doing this when the reveal happens. Voice acting was good, they make you hate the inquisitor, but when do you not.

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why can't[redacted] be that cool on the tabletop?

it is easily one of the most atmospheric 40k novels available. it doesn't hold your hand and over explain in universe terms, because it respects the reader enough to assume they're smart enough to figure it out. As a horror novel to the uninitiated it is VERY scary. To those familiar to 40k it's like the spookiest game of guess who you have ever played.

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Salvation, or damnation?

truly a masterpiece, I have long wished for a horror story set in the 40k universe as it is the prime setting for it. this story did not disappoint and I highly recommend it for any fans of horror and especially 40k.

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  • Mr. Kyle Hutcheson
  • 04-09-19

Great stuff

Very atmospheric and well acted. The various accents were kind of daft (surely Gothic would be neutral...?) but, other than that, it was great

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  • Mr A J GALLIMORE
  • 04-07-19

Perdition's Flaming awesome

Absolutely loved it, from start to finish!

Great atmosphere, Great twists. Let's hope there's more Warhammer horror to come.

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  • Matthew walker
  • 04-01-19

Amazing!!!

I don't want to say too much apart from start to. Finish I was hooked and can't wait for more like this from black library!!!!

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  • Rhys
  • 03-31-19

Undescribable Perfection

Perfectly captures the real horror of the 41st millennium. Do yourself a favour and listen.

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  • A. aspinall
  • 03-31-19

Highly recommend

40k is now taking its first steps in to the realm of pure horror, and I must say with the mix is sound effects and great acting its well worth buying.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-30-19

Best one in a while

Excellent story very well performed couldn't stop listening best story in ages. Highly recommended. Can't wait to see what else comes out in this new horror sub section.

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  • Adrian Mole
  • 03-30-19

compelling

amazing, more of this please black library. Against the scourge of chaos the emperor protects

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 04-03-19

not worth the credit

This is a poor attempt at Lovecraftian horror in the 41st millennium, the author should be given to the drukhari.

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