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Books by Dan Abnett. This is the first book in the Bequin trilogy. The audiobook was an easier experience than the novel, but it failed to capture me at all.

The reader gets a sense of who she 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.

Teke of the Emperor’s Children was an interesting villain, if underused.

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Now that I’ve read it again after reading its prequels, I tell you, this is awesome! New readers will enjoy the deep immersion Abnett brings to his settings. But no it was a clone. One person found this helpful.

Neither Eisenhorn nor Ravenor is the star here, though. Oct 23, Crispin rated it really liked it. But for the casual fan like myself, it is a mess, priah feels like I read half a book with absolutely no resolution in the plot.


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It isn’t military SF, yet the battles are all the more thrilling because we’ve known some of its fighters for so long. Is it a familiar style, or a departure?

Far too much actually. Holding places of power in the most obscure worlds, it operates and trains its warriors in plain sight, waging its wars among an unknowing populace. It’s hard to write this review without spoilers. Of course, those twists abnett turns have to actually make sense, or else they come off as silly.

Then I found the Ravenor series I also enjoyed seeing the various sections of the Inquisition and how they work Or not. After reading the book, I get two opinions about the book depending on whether or not one has read his other two previous trilogies: English Choose a language for shopping.

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An enigma, even to herself, she is caught between Inquisitors Gregor Eisenhorn and Gideon Ravenorformer allies now enemies who are playing a shadow game against a mysterious and deadly foe. Aug 13, Kayla rated it really liked it. Pariah was a little parah to get going than some of Abnett’s other works although this did not count against it as a story.


I will be looking up the remaining books in this series. I had a great idea for it, which included a way to link it to all the older stories in the collection.

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Beta Bequin is one such person. Nov 09, Skut L rated it really liked it Shelves: I’m rather a 40K fan than a Dan Abnett fan, although I consider him as one of my three favorite 40K writers. As the start of a trilogy this is a very slow burner, gradually developing and focusing far more upon setting the stage than anything else. There was already too much pagiah this angle in Prospero Burns, with secret societies and such, and it is no different here. Cover illustration by Wayne England.

And though I can say that though Dan Abnett’s Pariah has both, the good mostly outweighs the bad – and that’s quite fortunate.

Even though a few plot points were glaringly obvious, I believe they were meant to be. Share your thoughts with other customers.