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Hereticus: Warhammer 40,000

Eisenhorn, Book 3
Narrated by: Toby Longworth
Length: 9 hrs and 48 mins
5 out of 5 stars (623 ratings)
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Summary

Hunted by his former allies as a radical and enemy of the Imperium, Inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn must fight to prove that he remains loyal as he tracks down a dangerous heretic whom the Inquisition believes dead, the dread former Inquisitor Quixos. As he grows more desperate for victory, Eisenhorn uses ever darker means to achieve his goals, but how far can he go using the weapons of the enemy until he becomes that very enemy and no different to the traitor he hunts?

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Excellent as usual

well read, great story, the quality you come to expect from Eisenhorn. An interesting conclusion to a well told trilogy.

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A fantastic conclusion to a brilliant trilogy

Eisenhorn's will is tested by the warp in this excellent conclusion to a great set of books. Toby Longworth's narration brings the story to life and makes the audio book version a phenomenon in its own right. I could see this book series as a set of blockbuster films, but they would probably ruin it!

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faultless.

this had me at the edge of my seat wanting ro know what was going to happen next even though I've read it numerous times. superb pacing, suspense & storyline with peerless delivery by Toby Longworth. really enjoyed this trilogy & then i discover the Magos? Damn you Abnett, no free time for me🤣

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can't stress enough how good Eisnenhorn books are.

compared to all other 40k books these are head and shoulders above the rest. the author is a master story teller minis the pageantry of the space marine sagas..just good story telling..an art and gift in itself that doesn't rely on warfare

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5 stars..that's is all you need to know

have read this book on 3 occasions and it's still one of my favourite books.

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Brilliant!

Excellent conclusion to a stellar trilogy. Perfectly executed with only slight flaws in some pronunciation. I guarantee this tale will entertain and delight in equal measure! Highly recommended.

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Really enjoyed this trilogy

The narrator did the book justice! Really good choice! Someone who understood the grim dark universe of 40k

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Thrilling End

Brilliant end to trilogy, hooks you in early and drags you along, very hard to stop, you alway want just one chapter more, then unfortunately you run out of them.

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Brilliant

Really enjoyed this, best one yet! great performance and story. Couldnt picture how it coupd be better.

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loved this book soo much.

this book was simply amazing I won't spoil anything but there are a lot of surprises and awesome things.

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  • Erik Gravem
  • 17-12-17

A story you will remember

A story with characters you will love and miss. The story of Gregor Eisenhorn is one worth listening to. Keeps you pinned and keep listening. Great character developments and storytelling. Best 40k story ive heard so far.

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  • Lisa
  • 18-10-17

excellent story

even if you are no a fan of warhammer 40k
this series is a great read

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-12-17

Great!

Eisenhorn is a favorite. So glad to have it on audible! Need more 40k novels!!!

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  • Lindsay
  • 12-04-19

totally awesome!

I love these characters! this one is a heart wrencher but really awesome! listen to it!!

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  • Mark Wieting
  • 26-03-19

Well worth the listen.

Toby does a fantastic job of narrating, as usual! Dan Abnett doesn't disappoint. Any warhammer fan will love these. Anyone who likes a well told story will too!

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  • BringOnTheCold
  • 09-02-19

Dan Annett Got Bored

The first two books were extremely fun and enjoyable with an interesting story that wasn't too predictable or cliche. Hereticus seems like Dan got bored of Gregor and was obviously more interested in Ravenor at this point. He trys to redefine Gregor which doesn't work for me at all with the completely out of left field romance. I am not saying that I don't like the idea of these long lived law men needing companionship, but it didn't work at all. Felt like filler and that he was out of ideas in the Eisenhorn saga. The whole premise of this book just didn't work for me. What makes Eisenhorn cool is that he has a demon whom he can summon, and also consults Pontius. Pontius was the coolest part of the story and Toby did fantastic with him. The whole crumpling network he has groomed this whole time and it falls apart so easily and the only reason is that it is easy to transition Pontius to be the villain. What. A. Waste. I wanted an interesting detective story and not a book full of easy and convenient plot conventions.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-12-18

Epic Finale to Eisenhorn Trilogy

Loved it. Amazing author, story, characters, and Narrator. Great finale to Eisenhorn Trilogy. Recommend it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 18-12-18

The emperor protects

A good ending to a great trilogy.
Definetly wort a listen if you are interested in the universe and lore of 40K.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-11-18

Good reading

5th is is very well performed.
There are bits that left me very sad but there are also bits that were funny and best of all, epic.

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  • Ima Alias
  • 19-10-18

Loved it but not the best voice performance

I ordinarily Love Toby‘s work, but it sounds like he has a bit of a cold in this. It took away from my immersion, but the story is great and Toby normally rocks it. Just wish they would’ve let him have a few more days to recover if it was a cold, certain words are blurry.