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I also found pariag concept of “eudaemonic” research to be interesting. This book may look better when the series is completed, and I am sure true WH4K fans will be salivating over it that is what fan service is for. Of course, all of this remains to be seen, and Oariah hope that next book comes out because I desperately want to know what will happen next – for good or for ill.

Pariah by Dan Abnett

There’s good stuff here, but it’s muddled and mixed with confusion and a bit of disappointment. This is hardly a problem for me, as I’m very much used to that kind of thing happening in the books I read, but if the reader is coming to Pariah straight from the Eisenhorn and Ravenor books, the might still be too used to the more fast-paced development in those two series and may find that Pariah is not to their taste.

Kid Kyoto Top Contributor: The setup that’s presented – that the Emperor’s true name could be discovered, and wielded either for or against him – is interesting.


Talk around the Warhammer 40K fandom is that Abnett is one of those writers who doesn’t use Space Marines gratuitously or completely mangle their characterizationso I was rather surprised to see not one, but two factions of Chaos Space Marines make their appearance in the latter end of Pariah.

Eisenhorn is a famous figure and this is the first time I encounter him in an actual story, rather than in passing. Eisenhorn A Warhammer 40, Omnibus. Eisenhorn is a novel by Dan Abnetta continuation of his two previous novels, featuring Inquisitors Gideon Ravenor and Gregor Eisenhorn. I cannot wait for the follow-up and conclusion to this series.

First posted at Fantasy Review Barn How does one review a book that follows two distinct trilogies? I was both aware of the passage of time, and of the distance between now and me writing the original books. Definetly a must read. Even though a few plot points were glaringly obvious, I believe they were meant to be.

Felt a bit more stretched as an introductory book, but abnet on how it will develop. Or, at least abnftt might think so.

I won’t say any more, but the good Mr. Now, on to the plot twists that are scattered throughout this book. May 21, Mick rated it it was amazing Shelves: Aug 13, Kayla rated it really liked it. In my review for Patrick Rothfuss’s The Name of the Wind I mentioned that it was quite clear from Kvothe’s narration that he wasn’t telling the whole truth, and Rothfuss certainly implies the reader must not take everything he banett at face value via Kvothe’s own narrative voice.


RAPID FIRE: Dan Abnett Talks The Magos

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I had written all these books off, and was swearing to just stick to Gaunt’s novels. However, while the book had some exciting, interesting, and creepy parts, it feels like a bit of a bait-and-switch. Still, this book is a must read for all fans of Inquisitors Eisenhorn he’s back! But otherwise, it was like bumping into an old friend. If you’re a Warhammer 40K fan and would like to read about something other than Space Marines-this is a good book for you.

The start of the story confused me, I think Dan did that on purpose, but it was just frustrating. Leave a comment Cancel reply. My biggest problem with the book is it feels like pages of fan service.

Hardcoverpages. The reader gets a sense of who abntt is from the way she speaks, which I think is crucial in any first-person narrative because it’s so easy to assume that the narrator isn’t telling the truth. That is, the more civilian side of the setting which is all about hive-world politics, Inquisitorial intrigues, local police forces, and so on. Beta Bequin is an expert in French.