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Eisenhorn and Ravenor in a new double cd audio dramaThe Inuisition is the most powerful and secretive organisation within the Imperium Its agents the Inuisitors are the last line of defence for mankind Gregor Eisenhorn dedicated servant of the Inuisition takes to the field again in three audio dramas Reg “My best friend Billy kept beating me at Rock Paper Scissors so I had him publicly accused of Heresy and he was executed by being bathed in holy promethium in front of the Schola I shed a single tear I was never ashamed I should not have cried – Love Eisenhorn Thorn and Talon is a collection of audio dramas focusing upon the brilliant Eisenhorn an Inuisitor of the Holy Inuisition I’m going to be honest; I found all these audio dramas to be excellent You’ve a mix of suspension and investigatory elements along with the usual action that is a staple of Black Library Master Imus’s Trangression is the story of an auction houses accountant voluntarily offers himself up to Inuisitor Eisenhorn whom he believes just an Arbiters officer Over time Imus confesses to having discovered something alarming and something that shouldn’t exist – the number of Ruin the number of Chaos This shorter audio drama takes place as an interrogation – and excellently voiced Imus and the not out of place Eisenhorn is believable I love this audio drama – it’s very atmospheric – it’s dark with an air of creepiness The narration from Imus works so well Imus tells Eisenhorn that he found an ‘error’ and ‘aberration’ a void appeared in his ledger something that shouldn’t be there Eisenhorn extends the investigation beyond this void in the account and it ends up in an unexpected discovery – at times I felt like I was listening to a Lovecraftian story It has that air of gothic to it that makes this AD stand out When the story follows on from Imus’s confession – we are introduced to other members of Eisenhorn retinue – all voiced very well especially the older fellow Uber Aemos – he sounded like something out of the The Labyrinth or The Dark Crystal The chap Tytus Endor who keeps stating “He has plans for the night” is rather amusing as he clearly doesn’t give a crap about well anything The scene wheere Master Imus starts hiccupping is hilarious I’ve no idea why that was a thing here but it was funny nevertheless Regia Occulta is the story of gruesome murders committed on some backwater town on the nothing planet of Ignix The story is told from a young Eisenhorn’s point of view whom he believes Chaos cultists are committing these murders However the murderers seems to be able to manipulate time appearing and reappearing at their whim Not your run of the mill hallmarked Chaos cultists MO There’s some nice build up here and I must say at times I felt I was listening to a Jack the Ripper murder investigation I enjoyed the Inuisitors recollections of his short adventures as if pulling them from some kind of memoirs There’s some real insight into the character here – you get the feeling that his early days are well amateur hour that he is ‘winging’ it – but really everything he does is calculated and played out many times over in his head Thorn Wishes Talon is the final of the three audio dramas and sort of bridges the gap between the Eisenhorn trilogy and the Ravenor novels I had mixed feelings with this one On the one hand there’s some insight into both Ravenor and Eisenhorn’s retinue but other than that I just found this well just boring The e The Second Wave: The Makanza Series Book 0 (English Edition) young Eisenhorn’s point of view whom he believes Chaos cultists are committing these murders However the murderers seems to be able to manipulate time appearing and reappearing at their whim Not The First Mile your run of the mill hallmarked Chaos cultists MO There’s some nice build up here and I must say at times I felt I was listening to a Jack the Ripper murder investigation I enjoyed the Inuisitors recollections of his short adventures as if pulling them from some kind of memoirs There’s some real insight into the character here – ServSafe ManagerBook with Answer Sheet (7th Edition) you get the feeling that his early days are well amateur hour that he is ‘winging’ it – but really everything he does is calculated and played out many times over in his head Thorn Wishes Talon is the final of the three audio dramas and sort of bridges the gap between the Eisenhorn trilogy and the Ravenor novels I had mixed feelings with this one On the one hand there’s some insight into both Ravenor and Eisenhorn’s retinue but other than that I just found this well just boring The e

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Ia Occulta finds him on a world wracked by ethereal storms and haunted by a terrifying beast In Master Imus’s Transgression the Inuisitor investigates the mysterious affair of a mild mannered clerk who confesses to a crime Gideon Ravenor once Eisenhorn’s pupil is now crippled and confined to a life s There are three different audio dramas in this collection I will cover them separately as they are disconnected from each otherMaster Imus' Transgression 4 stars I covered this under it's own entryRegia Occulta 3 StarsAn interesting yarn where Eisenhorn does some actual investigative work The mystery was not terribly complex but it wasn't a long enough piece for that The action beats at the end were well handled and the killer was not what I thought it would be To go into detail would be to needlessly spoil it Have a listen for yourselfThorn Wishes Talon 2 StarsWritten only for people who have read the Eisenhorn trilogy I was soundly disappointed I had not even begun those book and the content without context was mediocre I had no vested interest in the characters and the audio drama did nothing to make me care Given the fantastic work done on Master Imus' Transgression it is entirely within the ability of both the author and the actors to get the listener to connect with the characters Here they relied instead on the mistaken assumption that any listeners would already be invested from other works Every story may be someone's first or in this case third and should strive to be able to stand alone Thorn Wishes Talon fails at this It provides instead a mediocre action seuence and a lengthy dialogue between two characters who were to me at that point total strangers Jaxon (Kings of Denver yarn where Eisenhorn does some actual investigative work The mystery was not terribly complex but it wasn't a long enough piece for that The action beats at the end were well handled and the killer was not what I thought it would be To go into detail would be to needlessly spoil it Have a listen for Drink to Yesterday (Tommy Hambledon, yourselfThorn Wishes Talon 2 StarsWritten only for people who have read the Eisenhorn trilogy I was soundly disappointed I had not even begun those book and the content without context was mediocre I had no vested interest in the characters and the audio drama did nothing to make me care Given the fantastic work done on Master Imus' Transgression it is entirely within the ability of both the author and the actors to get the listener to connect with the characters Here they relied instead on the mistaken assumption that any listeners would already be invested from other works Every story may be someone's first or in this case third and should strive to be able to stand alone Thorn Wishes Talon fails at this It provides instead a mediocre action seuence and a lengthy dialogue between two characters who were to me at that point total strangers

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Upport chair He uses his powerful psychic talents to enact the Emperor’s will When he receives a mysterious message Ravenor and his loyal followers travel to a distant world where they battle fierce cultists But what are the cultists looking for And what is the meaning of the message Thorn Wishes Talon In my humble opinion this is one of the better listensreadsof the audio books selection that provided by the folk at Black LibraryThe three stories all work seamlessly well transposed to the audio format and that is mostly due to the fact that Dan Abnett is a good writer and that the characters in the stories are not gene enhanced space marines who tend to be given pompous bombastic vocal tones that would be better attributed to an intro to a Manowar songI've had the pleasure of reading the last story Thorn Wishes Talon previously and it was a joy to hear this story given voice