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The Beasts of Cartha

By: David Guymer
Narrated by: Gareth Armstrong,John Banks,Jonathan Keeble,Stephen Perring,Luis Soto
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After being reforged, Lord-Relictor Ramus of the Hallowed Knights is sent by Sigmar to capture the betrayer, Mannfred von Carstein.

The quest brings Ramus to the Carthic Oldwoods of Ghur, where he comes to the aid of the Astral Templars against a massive ogor horde. Victorious, but at great cost, Ramus discovers Mannfred is finally close at hand. Only with the help of the Astral Templars will the Lord-Relictor catch his quarry, but there are deadlier things in the woods than ogors, a fact the Stormcast Eternals soon discover.

©2017 Games Workshop Limited (P)2017 Games Workshop Limited

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cheesier than a Stuffed Crust Pizza coated in Cheetos in a Lethal Weapon movie.

Let me start by saying, I love Warhammer, especially Age of Sigmar. I've been painting the minis since 2004.These audio dramas are sadly 90% action narrative and maybe 10% real substance. It's almost entirely "then he reeled back and smashed this guy....then he reeled back and smashed that guy....everyone was fighting and it was really REALLY intense." It's like having two children play with action figures while an eloquent British voice. describes what they're doing to you. I listened to the entire series desperately hoping for it to get better...it didn't. It was well acted I will give them that. But seriously, just watch an 80s action film....You'll get the same level of mindless action and battle, but you will actually get to see it.

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This series is rubbish

As a new player to the game, I really want to like these books. I play Ironjawz in AoS and I wanted to listen to something other than Stormcast, however this series is the same as most others, Stormcast are amazing and everyone else should bow down. The story is empty of motivation and sounds like it was written by a 15 yr old British boy who dreams of the Imperial Age. The writing is full of hierarchy and dull plots. There is little character development, but the story spends a lot of time describing battle scenes. If you just want to listen to Stormcast beat up other races and the snarky things they say to each other, then read this book.

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Stormcast to the extreme

If you listened to the Hunt for Nagash series, then the Kinights of vengeance is for you. This picks up where the Hunt For Nagash leaves, as Ramass is reforged and task with bringing Mannfred Von Cerstien back to Sigmar himself.

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Not worth a credit

While I enjoyed the story and performance, this book is only an hour long. Far from worth a credit. This is part of a bigger story that for whatever reason was split into multiple short stories instead of one whole book. Use your credit for "Saga of the Mortal Realms" instead. It has all of the stories from this storyline plus others. Just keep in mind that this story & Big Red are swapped and aren't in order in that collection.

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good narrator isn't enough to save this story

Oh dear, reader beware eye rolling and disappointment is afoot. see title for opinion.

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awesome!

I loved it great voice acting and overall atmosphere.
I very into this 2 hour mini movie books with multiple actors and great background sounds.

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  • 10-08-19

I don't care about the Stormcast

The performance had some good points with all the extra sounds but the actual story was worthless to me. I'll be requesting a refund.

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  • 01-31-21

Great start to the series

I enjoyed it, downloaded next book in series now, wish I found these ages ago