Eisenhorn (Eisenhorn Omnibus) [Dan Abnett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Abnett, Dan. For those who don’t know already, the Eisenhorn Omnibus is about the exploits of Gregor Eisenhorn, Imperial Inquisitor of the Ordo Xenos. Eisenhorn was. Buy a cheap copy of Eisenhorn (A Warhammer Omnibus) book by Dan Abnett. Inquisitor Eisenhorn is one on the most senior members of the Imperial.

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Eisenhorn has an ensemble cast of characters, each who bring something different to the table for and against the ability to succeed in their missions.

Eisenhorn (Eisenhorn, #) by Dan Abnett

So as a word of warning, don’t get too attached to Eisenhorn’s crew. This is a good book. Now, while I know that this might be “sci-fi fluffiness”, that’s why it has it’s own shelf. I did enjoy it as it came highly recommended from my wargame club members. Check out my review blog here! eienhorn

No Dues ex machina type endings, not a lot of coincidences that drive me nuts. Several times I noticed that servitors were mentioned, but not really defined.

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. The roller coaster of feelings toward Fischig alone is the stuff of legends. Not so, in this case.

Jul 15, Nicholas rated it liked it Shelves: The easy answer is to say that no one was right – they’re all flawed human beings simply making the best decisions they could, and it’s only a work of fiction, so get over yourself.

Si hay una saga y un personaje imprescindible en lo que al universo de Warhammer Many players who are now introduced to the game seem to think that the sky really is falling. I have a lot of issues with Black Library, but their audiobook quality is not one elsenhorn them.


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I’ve been a fan of Dan Abnett’s comic book work for years now, and had heard many grand things about Eisenhorn, the book many consider his crowning achievement, before having myself the opportunity to read it. Oct 13, Michael rated it it was amazing Shelves: May 17, Vincent rated it it was amazing Shelves: The next read and the third read the following year, I grasped a lot more information about how the Warmhammer characters were portrayed.

If there’s anything in the eiaenhorn that could be improved upon, it’s chopping down around the edges on eisenjorn scrupulously detailed made-up martial art terminology within the rapidly paced omnibys scenes that slow the reading down as I’m I believe obliged to try following through with the names of the slicing and dicing moves made by the protagonist.

Best of Abnett yet. By the third, I was forcing myself to finish up and not throw it in the bin. All three books contained and the two short stories were a first person narrative of Eisenhorn, a inquisitor who searchers for influe Fantasy Review Barn.

If I had gotten to the end of Ravenor and not be assured there was more to come I may have ordered an Exterminatus on Nottingham.

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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 one of those books where you say you’ll just read one more chapter before bed and next thing you know it is 3 am. The poignancy of the story arc in the final chapters is beautiful. Are you enjoying the current spate of grimdark that fantasy is going through? There are no discussion topics on this book yet. 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.


No pure ice worlds here, nor planets with twenty alien species speaking one language. Eisenhorn is a pretty cool character too, and we get to know him intimately over the course of the stories in the omnibus because Abnett makes Eisenhorn a first person narrator in all the stories in the book. A sad but satisfying ending that fits well with the grim dark future setting of the 40k universe.

Eisenhron, we now know that I am reviewing Eisenhorn: Additionally, I love getting a chance to see the elements of the 40k universe which are not typically depicted in the game; it’s nice to see what Imperial planets look like before they are invaded by Orks and burned to a crisp.

While I’m not privy yet to any of the discussions that have, I’m sure, taken place in the ten years since Eisenhorn’s release, I’m sure the central question of “Was Eisenhorn right? This is Warhammer, where a light gust ominbus wind probably has ork spores on it, and they will grow inside you and an omhibus boy will rip you in half from the inside.

I loved the book, sci-fi, mystery, horror, science and religion.