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Master Imus's Transgression

Warhammer 40,000
Series: Eisenhorn
Length: 34 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Summary

An early case from the career of the famed Inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn sees a most unusual mystery.

Mild-mannered Administratum clerk Master Imus is quite sure that he's committed a most dreadful crime...but he's not entirely certain quite what it is or how he did it. Can Eisenhorn get to the bottom of the mystery before it's too late?

©2011 Games Workshop Limited (P)2014 Games Workshop Limited

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If you're using up credit, just get the whole book

What disappointed you about Master Imus's Transgression?

Nothing other than I could have just got the whole thing for one credit, rather than buying a single story from the book. I only realized that after.

Would you ever listen to anything by Dan Abnett again?

Yes

Any additional comments?

I got ripped off!

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The Human Cost of the Inquisition?

Great little tale. Told exceedingly well with a simplicity that explores an aspect of the 40k diegesis rarely touched upon.

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  • Szabó Renáta
  • 12-08-19

I wish there were more like this

I wish there were more like this.

I don't feel the need for the 100th bland fighting scene with forced yelling, screaming and screeching. But these kind of story driven, meaningful dramas are just intellectual enough to raise above the rest.
Great immersion and excellent use of the setting. Please make more.

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  • Amazon-O
  • 12-07-19

Unfulfilled Promise

Lots of potential, but no real ending. Not bad, but not worth paying more than $1.

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  • V. Cruz
  • 06-05-19

I rarely listen to an audiobook twice

This one, however, is the exception. I really can't recommend this one enough. I've lost count of how many times I've listened to this. The sound design is amazing, the story is intriguing, and the voice acting is excellent. A++

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  • TJohn507
  • 09-10-18

My favorite Warhammer 40K short story

This audio drama is one of the best 40k stories ever, and not a single gunshot is fired. It provides a glimpse into daily life for normal citizens of the Imperium, and it is bleak, drrary , and depressing. Revel in its grim darkness...