Xenos by Dan Abnett, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Xenos is the first novel in a trilogy by Dan Abnett featuring Inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn. The novel was selected by David Annandale in May as part of. Widely held as a Black Library classic, Dan Abnett’s Xenos is the first installment in his Eisenhorn trilogy and the first novel to take a close look.
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Xenos – Dan Abnett
Back to home page Return to xenoa. Which they do well. Gregor Eisenhorn is an Inquisitor in the grim future of the 41 millennium. While enriched by the knowledge, Xenos is told as such that it can be enjoyed with no prior knowledge of the universe. My friend was right, I love the concept of an inquisitor and now will have to read all the books on inquisitor characters.
The series seemed to have been toned down a bit since the other novels I read. A truly brilliant reading of the first in Abnett’s Eisenhorn trilogy.
A novel I can recommend to any 40K fans who like to read something other than the usual Space Gregor Eisenhorn is ddan Inquisitor in the grim future of the 41 millennium.
I own these books but it was great to hear it read out loud. Josh Reynolds Narrated by: No trivia or quizzes yet.
Xenos: Warhammer 40,000
Many have fallen to bring this moment about; their tales are the ashes upon which the Heresy was born and prospered. A lot of time, the only thing that allowed me to tell them fan was shit like “This guy had a half-metal face” or “This guy wore a red jacket. Draws in Not a 40k or a sci-fi fan, got this to help me fall asleep.
Whilst large-scale war scenes are not the order of the day, there are some solid action sequences. This is one of my favorite books of all time.
He is the epitome of deceit and perversion, and feared by man and monster alike. And I was completely blown away.
Promoted to Warmaster, can the idealistic Horus carry out the Emperor’s grand plan, or will this promotion sow the seeds of heresy amongst his brothers? There’s some intriguing plot elements towards the latter half of the book, from the Saruthi alien race and their “tetrascapes” to the character abnetg plagues Eisenhorn’s dreams and a very charismatic and human Deathwatch Librarian; it would be awesome to see more of that creativity pushed into creating deeper and more vibrant main characters.
And the cleansing role of an inquisitor and the uniqueness in their individual methods.
Xenos – Dan Abnett – Track of Words
My personal favorite abneyt the creepy Lovecraftian parts which were well-executed. Can’t wait to get my next credit for the next in the series! It works incredibly well as an audiobook because it reads like Inquisitor Eisenhorn’s personal account of what happened. This is my first book in the Warhammer Universe, many people have told it works as the perfect introduction to the universe and I agree.
Abnett also continues to give good battle. P Games Workshop Limited.
Paperbackpages. For those who had a similar reaction dab “what the fuck is a bolter” to myself, a bolter is a sacred gun employed by the Imperium’s military that shoots giant exploding bullets.
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I read Xenos a few ages and thought it would be a good choice to start getting into audio books and I must say it was amazing.
It suffers from a structure of a game-made-movie thing, but it is a real great ride. Looking for beautiful books?
Books by Dan Abnett. Sep 26, Midas68 rated it it was ok. Why bother, when new worlds and new ideas are waiting to be explored? There was very little time for characterisation or world building, which is a shame as I do This book did make me laugh a little as in the begining the author said how excited he was to write for the Inquisition series as it’d be a chance to delve into the culture and worlds of 40k and see what life was like on all the different planets and not just focus on the battles of the space marines.
Please enter a number less than or equal to 2. I put it off for some time as I do not personally like books written in first person.