Eisenhorn Omnibus

Eisenhorn Omnibus

by Dan Abnett, Marc Gascoigne

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Overview


Inquisitor Eisenhorn is one on the most senior members of the Imperial Inquisition. With his warband he scourges the galaxy in order to root out heresy. When that heresy is found to infiltrate the hierarchy of the Imperium and the Inquisition itself, he must rely on himself alone to deal with it - even if it means making deals with the enemy. All three books of the Eisenhorn trilogy along with two short stories and Eisenhorn's case book and compendium are included in one big volume

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781844161560
Publisher: Games Workshop
Publication date: 01/01/2005
Series: Warhammer 40,000 Series
Pages: 768
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.75(h) x 1.90(d)
Age Range: 12 Years

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Eisenhorn Omnibus 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was expecting a raving Emporer Worshipping lunatic, what I got was an amazing character with an amazing personality. He surrounds himself with exceptional people. This is an excellent read all the way through.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is is a must have for any 40k fans who would like to broaden their understanding of the 40k universe. I will give you a much better understanding of the inner workings of the inquisition that you don't usually get due to their understandably secretive nature. And, being a 40k book, it still contains riveting detailed action sequences that run rampant throughout the imperium and beyond, I found the action to be more varied and exciting than most 40k books since the main characters are very regular humans with little to no "superhuman" qualities about them! The only difference between Eisenhorn and your other typical 40k novels is that the juicy filling in between the action is more of a detective/investigation story. Eisenhorn to me, was a very real and human character, easy to relate with (if you happen to be a rather "inquisitive person" no pun intended lol) rather than your typical superhuman space marine.
Ziggwam More than 1 year ago
This Omnibus contains all three books with a few short stories. This is a great book it realy is you see the slow fall of Inquisitor Eisenhorn and the choas he goes throught its said all to often that a book is a must read but this one truly is a must read and then the Ravenor series
Guest More than 1 year ago
Now, I have read almost every 40k book I could get my hands on since I have started reading the series about a few years ago. This book is one of the few that ever made me laugh. However I mean that in the best way possible. These books are, for obvious reasons, not ones to really laugh at. But some of the witty jokes and observations actually made me laugh. My point is, I was wary of a book without Space Marines as the focus. But I will have to say that out of all the books that this is one of the best I have read. And all this without even having finished the first book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my first Dan Abnett book, which i picked up because i really wanted to get inside of what the Inquisition is and does. This book is fantastically written. Abentt does his first person style really well and blends action with plot-feeding interludes perfectly. This book got me hooked on the Inquisition and Dan Abnett. Pick this one up!
yikesimlemmy on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is my first Warhammer 40k book. I'm glad I started with this book. A great introduction into the WH40k world.
Whispering on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
It's a grim dark future but don't worry Inquisitor Eisenhorn is here to help (or at least put you out of your misery). One of the best Warhammer 40K pulp fiction out there. Great storyline, fleshed out characters and surprisingly humorous every once and awhile. If you want to introduce someone to the Warhammer 40K universe fiction I can't think of a better book to do it with.
squeedps on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This was my introduction to the Warhammer 40k books. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, which is actually compilation of three books about Eisenhorn. Dan Abnett is a master story teller. He brought to light a character and tells an amazing story that does not require any knowledge of the game of Warhammer 40k.I recommend this to anyone that enjoys sci-fi/fantasy.
Tantalid More than 1 year ago
For a long time my son has been a followers of the Warhammer universe with its tales and stories from one end of time to another. He ALWAYS encouraged me to try it out. I looked at a couple of the books he had and thought they not to be to a 60 year olds liking. Well, after a long time of refusing, I FINALLY thought I would give one a shot. It was Eisenhorn, the 1st Book, and within a dozen pages or so was trapped! Lol... Yessir, I swallowed it and the next two, then read the Ravenor books... Now, after about 27 of the Heresy books being read, I am a definite Fan and my son says "Told You!" Lol.....
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PainFrame More than 1 year ago
Mouse becomes cat. I fell in love with the Warhammer 40K universe after reading Ravenor, also expertly written by Dan Abnett. I love how dark and grim this future is, and Abnett writes with such confidence, I know I’m in good hands. As for the book itself, I don’t think you could ask for a better value: This omnibus contains three novels with two short stories in between. The three novels could be read separately, but together the overarching plot makes quite an epic bit of sci-fi. Enjoy it. Too bad the cover isn’t an awesome foil stamp like Ravenor, you’ll have to make due with a grizzled portrait of Eisenhorn himself. I loved it, now to track down all of the Gaunt’s Ghosts stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sliding at an acute angle away from most of the WH40K military, battle novels, Eisenhorn delves deep into the darkest secrets of the empire.  The inquisitors and their minions scour galaxies in search of Chaos agents and those who align themselves.  I really enjoyed the character of Eisenhorn and his pure devotion to the search for and destruction of the enemies of humankind.  Dark and sometimes disturbing, this novel exhibits the vile stench of the catholic church in the middle ages.  
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Of all Abnett's warhammer books, the two trilogies centered around the inquisition are by far the best. Eisenhorn is a deep and complex character, and the villains are always interesting. Abnett presents a rich cultural dive into the 41 millennium, with fantastic attention to detail, and in case your worried.... NON STOP ACTION!!
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