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Thanks for the question Matthew. First the story begins ninety eight years after the events of Xenoswhich is a pretty big time jump and somewhere in the middle one of the crew members have died but not eisenhor is said of that particular event.

If you get the chance to read Eisenhorn it will do all three. And a quick note on theme. Published January 1st by Games Workshop first published December 16th Of the supporting characters, I most enjoyed Bequin as she serves as a nice contrast even as I wonder how a Null can end up as a high class prostitute since the psyker field suppression causes anyone inside it to hate the person involved or at least be disgusted by them NERD TRIVIA!

That gave us Warhammer Fantasy Battle. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I’ve just not got the time to go back and pick that up, sorry: Still, the tale leading up to these forced endings more then made up for their shallowness. After giving some time to reflect on these stories, I came to the conclusion that Eisenhorn is the Jack Bauer of the 41st millennium. But Abnett was fairly consistently named as a good writer of fun sci-fi, so I gave this a go.


Eisenhorn decides to go rogue in order to gather the evidence needed to prove his innocence. Mar 19, Gianfranco Mancini rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mankind must suffer so that mankind can survive.

Studios Archived 19 November at the Wayback Machine. When I first read …more I began reading this book at least once per year back in and still do. The cover of Xenos in its intial release.

Eisenhorn (Series)

Studios and Malibu Comics. There are explosions, plenty of deaths and battles with Chaos Marines, daemons and even a Titan! Live through the politics of the Imperium, experience interstellar travel to diverse planetary locations, and stride eisenhhorn battle in the name of the Emperor, yet all with such nuance that fighting Chaos no longer seems as cut and dried as trulogy once was I loved the book, sci-fi, mystery, horror, science and religion.

Live through the politics of eisenhorm 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.

Because artificial intelligence has been outlawed as an abomination against the God Emperor, and so these Geiger-esque machine men are the answer. First of all, the world works. He misses, but only thanks to the mass of people between them.

Abnett is the trllogy of SF writing. More than just a space adventure, it is similar to “the name of the Rose”, but in s There are many good books in the world of science fiction.

Subsequent to the conclusion of HereticusAbnett wrote the Ravenor series of novels and short stories published and set in the years following Also, canonically the entire thing is a minefield. It’s dark, it’s grim, it’s brutal, and there are space marines tearing aliens to pieces with their bare hands. You paint little men and then roll dice to see how much damage their little guns do to the other army of little painted men.


After this we come to Malleusthe Inquisition thinks that Eisenhorn is consorting with daemons and declares him Heretic and Extremis Diabolus.

Afterwards we have another trulogy story, this one titled Backcloth for a Crown Additional. What I can say with certainty is that Abnett has put on a clinic in supporting characters you actually care for.

This book was sweet. The Universal Weaponwhich features comic panels within the game. Several times I noticed that servitors were mentioned, but not really defined. He’s no hack, but there are a few elements of his style that drove me bonkers. Characters jump off the page, such as Aemos, the old savant from a Eisenhorn’s past mentor.

Many players who are now introduced to the game seem to think that the sky really is falling. Then over the course of the three books he starts to change and grow. Some of the books, even now, are little more than advertisements for the latest little plastic men that Games Workshop has produced.

Si hay una saga y un eisenhhorn imprescindible en lo que al universo de Warhammer 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.

Views Read Edit View history. Ironically the name of the various Ordos or Orders within the Inquisition. The cover trilogj the rerelease of Malleus.