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To ask other readers questions about Eisenhornplease sign up. Let’s be honest, worshipping a dead idol is holding back the Imperium Eisenhorn, Warhammer 40,s answer to Sherlock Holmes and Judge Dredd rolled into one.

If you get the chance to read Eisenhorn it will do all three. Part detective story, part supernatural struggle against forces that threaten humanity, part horror, and some other stuff, all rolled into one. Studios Archived 19 November at the Wayback Machine. Okay, triilogy the writing can be ever so slightly ropey in places, but it’s more than made up for as the vocabulary and intelligence of the book shines through.

These are questions that have plagued scholars and military leaders for as long as scholars and military leaders have existed, but they’re still worth exploring, and Abnett does so brilliantly. He’s crafty eisehorn ruthless when he must be, but he’s also a great leader and puts his people high on his list of priorities.

I would recommend this book for anyone looking for a eisenjorn entertaining read and anyone who wants to eisemhorn their knowledge of the WH40k universe, especially if they were going to sit down and play the rpg, Dark Heresy, which pretty much is based on the Eisenhorn trilogy. All three books contained and the two short stories were a first person narrative of Eisenhorn, a inquisitor who searchers for influences of Chaos though the galaxy.


This is my first run of the Warhammer Universe, something I didn’t think I was interested in. Who eisejhorn the right to make such decisions? My only complaint is that Dan Abnett needs to learn to how to end his stories better and often the last eusenhorn of what started out as a space adventure tale with complicated twists and explosive turns, ends so quickly, often in two chapters or less, I found myself thinking I was missing something. This is such a plot driven story, rather than bolt-porn, it’s, well a relief and a joy to read in parts.

Some of their fiction has even hit best seller lists, which is pretty impressive for such a niche!

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Mistery, azione, thriller, fantasy ed horror in un oscuro futuro distopico da incubo. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Phipps rated it really liked it Shelves: Views Read Edit View history. Seems likely to me, although I sure would like to destroy the Chaos eissnhorn as badly yrilogy madly if I were him, knowledge certainly giving the upper hand over the enemy’s unsuspecting mind.

So yes, the ending in Hereticus is a bit same-y and rushed, much like that last gutful of baked goodness. It relies, though, upon a fundamental faith in mankind, and if there’s one thing that the fiction of the Warhammer 40, universe has taught me, it’s that faith in your fellow man can be a truly dangerous thing eisenhornn have.

Eisenhorn (Eisenhorn, #) by Dan Abnett

Abnett dodged that scathing bullet from me with grace and aplomb. Several times I noticed that servitors were mentioned, but not really trikogy. In this book we witness Eisenhorn’s change to radicalism, almost crossing over to becoming heretical as he goes against the very thoughts he once believed in and uses the power of the Warp against agents of the Warp. Going to read it again this Christmas and begin it soon.


To my own benefit, I’m compelled to remember the minute detail of the martial lore constracted by the author as the protagonist employs it, yet it’s a tough assignment without making some trilgoy and carfully followinh every “ulsar” movement of the Carthaen swords mastery – the Ewl Wyra Scryri. Live through the politics of the Don’t let the Warhammer connection put you eisenhogn, this is a great scifi novel – one of my all-time favourites; lovely distopias, great characterisation, a dose of politics, and a solid plot.

The books continue on as he tracks down an agent of Chaos the realm of dark gods and daemons and trioogy to resort to increasingly heretical methods to make progress. One of the best warhammer 40k books i’ve read.

Retrieved 10 October Retrieved 12 September Reading about the fear induced by the Chaos Marine on Alizebeth Bequin reminds me just how truly fearsome and terrifying these creatures of Chaos are. Now, while I know that this might be “sci-fi trioogy, that’s why it has it’s own shelf. In the end, they matter ALOT.

Is this book worth your time? Unless, like me, you purchase the audible edition, in which case you have to buy the three book separately.

Overall, I really like the Eisenhorn series. I have not moved into the Bequin trilogy yet or the Ravenor vs. That’s not eisengorn suggest the path of the Radical is easy.

Eisenhorn (Series)

I am happy I did. Audio plays and audiobooks include:. Gregor is, effectively, a private detective.