USA: David Tennant's Warhammer Adventure Audiobook, Attack Of The Necron, Released On CD Today


David Tennant provides his vocal talents on one of the first Warhammer Adventure books aimed at younger readers which are released on CD in the USA today.


The books are designed and written for readers aged 8 and over by Cavan Scott and Tom Huddleston and will feature young heroes battling the dangers of the 41st Millennium and the Mortal Realms.

The Warhammer 40,000 Warped Galaxies series will be read by David Tennant, while Billie Piper will be reading the Warhammer Age of Sigmar Realm Quest stories.

About Attack of the Necron by Cavan Scott and read by David Tennant:
Zelia Lor’s life changes when Necrons attack her home planet and rip it apart! Separated from her mother, Zelia must escape the doomed world, her only hope a scrambled transmission promising safety at a mysterious place known only as the Emperor’s Seat. She is joined by a rag-tag group of survivors – the street-tough Talen, gadget-obsessed Martian boy Mekki and super-intelligent alien-ape, Fleapit.

The story is already out on download via audible. 

It will be released on CD in the UK on 21st February. You can pre-order from amazon.co.uk here.

Listen to a clip below: 


The second and third books in the series - Claws Of The Genestealer and Secrets Of The Tau -  are set for release later this year.

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