Eisenhorn (A Warhammer 40, Omnibus) [Dan Abnett, Marc Gascoigne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Inquisitor Eisenhorn is one. Malleus (Eisenhorn Trilogy) [Dan Abnett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 1st edition paperback, fine (as new). The Eisenhorn trilogy by Dan Abnett is a collection of three novels – Xenos, Malleus, A later omnibus edition contains these three novels and also features two.
|Published (Last):||28 May 2018|
|PDF File Size:||10.85 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||7.71 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The pacing of the entire omnibus is excellent, fast and action-packed, and never a moment that left you feeling bored. Trikogy feel compelled to do what he says.
Letto per la seconda volta dopo qualche anno e tanta voglia di rileggerlo ancora.
Eisenhorn (Eisenhorn, #) by Dan Abnett
Well, there it is, possibly my longest review ever on Goodreads, and it is for something that almost no one else I know would ever read. During his investigation on Gudrun, Eisenhorn is captured and the torture leaves him permanently expressionless. trilogg
Abnett’s portrayal of the grim darkness of the far future sets an excellent backdrop for a morality play that’s as old as literature itself. So please excuse me as I’m aware I’m not going into in-depth into the plot line, talking about planets and weapons and blah blah blah.
I do feel that Osma and Fischig took this policy too far in the end, but Eisenhorn crossed a line I won’t triogy where, in case people have ignored spoiler warnings that I would not have crossed in his place.
With his warband he scourges the galaxy in triloty to root out heresy. When that heresy is found to infiltrate the hierarchy of the Imperium and the Inquisition itself, he must rely on himself alone to deal with it – even if it means making deals with the enemy. I did enjoy it as it came highly recommended from my wargame club members.
There’s no doubt that the Imperium of Man is doomed, but do we all have to take it so seriously?
Because there is a giant alien bug-like eisenhonr armada that legitimately needs a caliber of gun that size. To view it, click here. The cover of the rerelease of Malleus. But this book takes first prize. Even when they write something borderline amazing, it will be diminished by the fact that you have to know the world, and the knowledge that eizenhorn, its a tie-in, how good can it be.
Characters jump off the page, such as Aemos, the old savant from a Eisenhorn’s past mentor.
This is a good book. Luckily you need no knowledge of the WH4K world to start, what little background that is needed is dropped in ways that didn’t piss me off. The writing itself wasn’t all that crazy, but the world itself had more than enough to keep me coming back and turning pages. Inquisitor Eisenhorn is a great character because he really manages to convince you he has eksenhorn under control for the entirety of the series while increasingly losing his grip.
The cover of the rerelease of Xenos. Apr 12, GrilledCheeseSamurai rated it liked it Shelves: Studios Archived 19 November at the Wayback Machine. Sometimes you just want to sit down and get lost in a crazy adventure.
Eisenhorn (Novel Series) – Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum
The story starts by portraying Eisenhorn as something of a progressive Inqui I love the Warhammer 40, universe. View all 3 comments. I am happy I did. Even without knowing anything about the 40k universe based on humanity in the 41,st centuryI couldn’t put this book down. He is a Inquisitor that is more or less a puritan at his own discipline.
Warhammer 40, 1 – 10 of books. Sometimes things happen while the team is traveling. It also has to be noted that Warhammer novels have a reputation for… badness. Studios Archived 8 June at the Wayback Machine.
I read this about five years ago and it’s going to be read by me again soon, and the only other book I ever read twice was Lord of the Rings. Also, canonically the entire thing is a minefield.
Afterwards we have another short story, this one titled Backcloth for a Crown Additional. Stylistically, Gregor is directly talking to the reader.
Best of Abnett yet. Stick all of grimdark into a crucible, and you end up with those eight words. I love a book that doesn’t tell me what to think, instead giving me all the information I need to form my own opinions about what I’ve read.
When I first read …more I began reading this book at least once per year back in and still do. The Actual Review Well, that was a long spiel of background. Want to Read saving….
I generally do not like thrillers, but still found myself soaking up the story of Inquisitor Eisenhorn’s adventures through the universe of Warhammer 40k’s more civilized well, for Warhammer locales as he battl Eisenhorn is a great pulp sci-fi novel really a collection of three books, squeezed into one series, with two short stories between the three sections that make it up and well worth the read, which will be quick and engrossing if you are into two things: No Dues ex machina type endings, not a lot of coincidences that drive me nuts.
S Anyway, this omnibus was like eating into a rich layered cake. In it was announced that there would be a video game adaptation of Xenospublished by Pixel Hero Games. The cover of the Eisenhorn omnibus Besides Eisenhorn of course.