• The 19th Gotrek & Felix book.
  • The 14th book of the series.
  • The Final Gotrek & Felix book of the original series!
  • Warhammer: End Times Novel.
  • Book 2 Of The Doom Of Gotrek Gurnisson.
  • Written by David Guymer.
    • 4th Gotrek & Felix novel by David Guymer.
    • The 3rd(and last) writer of the original series.
  • First published in the UK by Black Library in May 2015.
  • Released in both soft cover(paperback) and hardcover.
  • Cover by Slawomir Maniak.
  • Black Library, also, released it as an eBook.
  • Released as an Audio Book by Black Library in 1 December 2018.
    • Narrated by: Jonathan Keeble.
    • Audio Book cover by Slawomir Maniak.
    • Running time(duration) : 11 hrs and 41 mins.
  • From the Hard Cover edition :
    • ‘Inside front cover’ & Page 1 : Art(painting) that covers both pages: A part of The Second Omnibus(3rd edition) cover. It is not all(it is cropped). By Winona Nelson.
    • Page 402 & ‘Inside back cover’ : Art(painting) that covers both pages: A part of The Anthology cover. It is not all(it is cropped). By Winona Nelson.
    • Additional artwork :
  • Nominated for the prestigious (2016) David Gemmel Awards!
  • Notes :
    • There is some artwork in the book but has nothing to do with the duo.
    • This book is included in numerous other (printed and digital) omnibus, collections, bundles, etc. For more details check the Slayer tag.
    • The cover painting is included without letters / titles.
    • So… This is the end of a whole era! This book ‘closes a circle’ of 14 books from the series, 19 books in total and many short stories/novellas spanned in a period of 27 years! An enormous task that was placed upon the shoulders of David Guymer. The first thing is the title: so clever! The book received generally positive reception and I think we must admit that Gotrek’s Doom was a worthy doom indeed! And of course an innovative one! Felix’s also! Another good thing is that most of the plotlines of the series close in a way accepted by most of the fans and worthy of the series. Even though it was a very hard task to carry out Black Library David Guymer had succeed!