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I would gladly ignore one life in agony if I could save a hundred, a thousand, more. To view it, click here. Nevertheless, I’m overwhelmed with joy of finally having gotten through to the end of this fictional account of the universe-spanning advantures of Gregor Eisenhorn, in a very far away future I sure hope never to be reincarnated in, and having found out how Eisenhorn’s odyssey ends.

But, instead, 40 year old me read this book, and while still entertained, my mind wasn’t blown. By the third, I was forcing myself to finish up and not throw it in the bin.

Eisenhorn (Eisenhorn, #) by Dan Abnett

Other books in the series. By the second and third, Abnett has soundly found his footing with Eisenhorn and his crew.

Inquisitor Eisenhorn eisejhorn one on the most senior members of the Imperial Inquisition. It continues to get better from start to finish and leaves you wanting more when it’s over. I’ve always been fascinated by Warhammer and Warhammer 40, as games, and especially as settings.

First of all, the world works. Sign In Don’t have an account? Even without knowing anything about the 40k universe based on humanity in the 41,st century eisenhlrn, I couldn’t put this book down. Jul 15, Nicholas rated it liked it Shelves: This is the kind of story which involves a massive treasure hunt with a severed head, the battle against a much revered Inquisitor who believes he can end the war against chaos but is clearly insaneand how a righteous man who believes in the Emperor over the use of evil powers is probably the worst person you can have on your team.

Eisenhorn (Series)

Xenos, Hereticus, and Malleus, as well eisenhor two more short stories. Despite his protestations, arguably the arc of the series is Eisenhorn’s fall from a puritan outlook to that of a radical and rogue element of imperial society. Every death here is dwelled upon. Books, figurines, videos games, anything, I love them all. Despite all the changes made in the intervening years, 40K is still very 80s glamrock over the topness.


It never seems to bog down yrilogy, and when Eisenhorn, an Inquisitor in the Holy Orders of the Emperor’s Inquisition, decides to stick around somewhere as he does on numerous occasionshe’s always busy doing something.

Nowadays, it seems to me that many players don’t realize how much of the hyperbole which is typically employed by Games Workshop’s writers is or was, at any rate a joke. Certain short stories intersect with these series:. They then storm a hab block of a local city.

Not every story has to feel significant and earth shattering. Si hay una saga y un personaje imprescindible en lo que eissnhorn universo de Warhammer 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. Simple enough, This book was sweet. Did his seeking of knowledge about the enemy make him blind of his mistakes? Warhammer 40, 1 – 10 of books.

Plus a strong bond of friendship forms between Eisenhorn and his staff members that do survive. Retrieved from ” http: The story again is wonderfully written and trllogy the horrors of war and the lasting effects it can have on you.

Eisenhorn Trilogy Series in Order – Dan Abnett – FictionDB

This is a good book. Forget the power of technology and science, for so much has been forgotten, never to be re-learned.

Tgilogy Archived 19 November at the Wayback Machine. The next question will be: 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.

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Because artificial intelligence has been outlawed as an abomination against eksenhorn God Emperor, and so these Geiger-esque machine men are the answer. I can see why it is held in such high regards by the fans. Afterwards we have another short story, this one titled Backcloth for a Crown Additional.

Feb 04, Darrel Altmann rated it triloogy was amazing. I don’t know why I waited so long before I picked up this series. Howard, mixed it in with some space opera elements, and added a healthy dash of science-becomes-religion, such as found in Dune, shook it all up together, and then had it simmer on a stovetop for a few hours.


Over the course of the novels, Eisenhorn loses almost all his friends and allies by not only using the tools of Chaos to fight and defeat Chaos, but by becoming blind to the danger of using them – seen in the change of his relationship to eisenhogn ultimate dependence upon the daemonhost Cherubael.

Also, he had a goatee, so evil is confirmed. Often times in situations such as this, a book’s impact is lessened by having such lofty expectations placed upon it. Studios Archived 13 May at the Wayback Machine. One of the shots left a woman near dead, twitching in agony.

I’ve read the Horus Hersey and don’t get me wrong, I loved it. After this we come to Malleusthe Inquisition thinks that Eisenhorn is consorting with daemons and declares him Heretic and Extremis Diabolus. My only complaint is that Dan Abnett needs to learn to how to end his stories better and often the last chapter of what started out as a space adventure tale with complicated twists and explosive turns, ends so eiwenhorn, often in two chapters or less, I found myself grilogy I was missing something.

The characters are so real, even the supporting characters. Several times I noticed that servitors were mentioned, but not really defined. Don’t let the Warhammer connection put you off, this is a great scifi novel – one of my all-time favourites; lovely distopias, great characterisation, a dose of politics, and a solid plot.

In Xenoswe are introduced to Inquisitor Eisenhorn, young and in his prime. I’m going to cheat just ever so little bit, by saying – it’s actually three books I’ve read with this one, and of course all worth the while.