I just finished Guy Haley's Dark Imperium and was mostly satisfied with it. Obvious setting of the stage for advanced background, and prepping for the rest of the trilogy, but really well realized.
Next to that, I've been reading Hammerhal & Other Stories, an Age of Sigmar anthology which... kinda sucks? Not even as far as the included stories go, but that most of them are parts of serialized novels, or blatant extracts from others.
There's one novella (Hammerhal) in it, then the rest are all taken from either anthologies or basically part one out of eight of a novel. That ain't fun at all. I mean, it's still only a 6-7€ book, with Hammerhal on its own recently having been put to print for five bucks, so I guess it's not too bad as introductory material, but I'd be pissed if I'd started this not knowing about the contents.
The follow-up out next weekend, Sacrosanct & Other Stories, actually includes mostly previously available material as well, but as far as I can tell, they've all been standalone short stories at least. Anthologies like that I can get behind, just not this predatory nonsense here.