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Eisenhorn (A Warhammer 40,000 Omnibus) book

Eisenhorn (A Warhammer 40,000 Omnibus) by Dan Abnett

Eisenhorn (A Warhammer 40,000 Omnibus)



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Eisenhorn (A Warhammer 40,000 Omnibus) Dan Abnett ebook
ISBN: 1844161560, 9781844161560
Page: 768
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Dan Abnett is one of my favorite authors now. As far as Eisenhorn goes, it's one of the better sci-fi novels I've ever read, forget that it's WH 40k, forget that it's derivative fiction. It's set in the Warhammer 40k universe, and is centered around the title character, who is an Imperial Inquisitor. Eisenhorn because it's one hell of a book (three actually, with two bridging short stories), with a lot of really great stuff without going as OTT as others, and you get a look at chaos and a small look at spess mehreens as well, so that's three races covered, to a degree. In the second book of Whilst I might have liked Ravenor a bit less if I were reading the book when it came out - it's very slightly lacking in closure - as the first third or so of an omnibus it's pretty damn good. If any of you ever have the chance, check it out. Havent read any of Gaunt's, hope its not as bad as I hear. As far as an introduction into the Warhammer 40,000 universe, I can think of no better. Ultramarines Omnibus Grey Knights Omnibus Space Wolves 1st Omnibus Ciaphas Cain Omnibus Eisenhorn Omnibus Ravenor Omnibus Blood Angels Omnibus Warrior Brood Warrior Coven Dark Apostle Dark Disciple Daemon World Fulgrim Empire Nagash the Sorcerer Malekith Warhammer 40,000. Dan Abnett's first Warhammer 40,000 trilogy centred around the activities of the Imperial Inqusition, Eisenhorn, by and large had a laser-sharp focus on the main character, but one of the more memorable supporting characters was Ravenor, Eisenhorn's apprentice. I'm reading this and it's amazing. The Eisenhorn Omnibus was one of my favorite 40k reads. An epic with a strong, magnetic protagonist and a sense of scope and scale that have been rarely equaled in the 40K books I've read. Essentially, the Omnibus describes the exploits of an Imperial Inquisitor. Ravenor Omnibus- Also written by Dan Abnett, the Ravenor series is a great detective story set in the Warhammer:40,000 universe. I'll start with Gray(or is it Grey) Knights for 40k Warhammer. If you haven't, you should read the Eisenhorn Omnibus. Prospect: a sci-fi epic comprising seven hundred and fifty pages of densely packed text in three novels and two linking short stories, set in the deep and almost impenetrable mythos of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40k.

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