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Flight of the Eisenstein
     

Flight of the Eisenstein

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by James Swallow
 

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Book four in the New York Times bestselling series

Having witnessed the events on Istvaan III, Deathguard Captain Garro seizes a ship and heads to Terra to warn the Emperor of Horus' treachery. But the fleeing Eisenstein is damaged by enemy fire, and becomes stranded in the warp. Can Garro and his men survive the depredations of Chaos and get his warning

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Book four in the New York Times bestselling series

Having witnessed the events on Istvaan III, Deathguard Captain Garro seizes a ship and heads to Terra to warn the Emperor of Horus' treachery. But the fleeing Eisenstein is damaged by enemy fire, and becomes stranded in the warp. Can Garro and his men survive the depredations of Chaos and get his warning to Terra in time?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781849708128
Publisher:
Games Workshop
Publication date:
08/26/2014
Series:
Horus Heresy Series , #4
Pages:
416
Sales rank:
93,408
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.50(h) x 1.20(d)

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Meet the Author

James Swallow is best known for being the author of the Horus Heresy novels Fear to Tread and Nemesis, which both reached the New York Times bestseller lists, The Flight of the Eisenstein and four audio dramas featuring the character Nathaniel Garro. For Warhammer 40,000, he is best known for his four Blood Angels novels, the audio drama Heart of Rage, and his two Sisters of Battle novels. His short fiction has appeared in Legends of the Space Marines and Tales of Heresy.

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Flight of the Eisenstein 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Maverikk 9 months ago
A departure from the previous 3 books, this story took us on a different mission doing different things. I had a hard time really coming to like Garro all that much but i did find the whole thing to be a great set up for the Grey Knights.
Gunrunr More than 1 year ago
Loved this book. Very fast paced and did a good job of drawing you in.
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awol360 More than 1 year ago
This was the only Horus Heresy book that's left me disappointed. It had fairly strong beginning but got pretentious and dull during the middle and the end. It's recaps were unnecessary (I can't recall any of the other Horus Heresy authors recapping in such a ham handed way), it's battles weren't gripping, and even learning about the Sisters of Silence was boring. What really got me was the very off key ending. I can't remember a single Warhammer 40,000 book that left me as disappointed as this one. Overall, it's a book that you COULD skip and not miss too much
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Compared to the first three books in the series, Flight of the Eisenstein just moved too slow. I wish that the story would have moved forward a bit quicker and not detailed a battle that ws already covered in a previous book from a different point of view.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a fantastic book and filled in some gaps the third left behind. I don't know what the other was saying the vivid detail in this book was fantastic. Great how he described the emotions heart break and betrayal of the space marine's they were depicted as brothers sadden by the betrayal. Highly reccomended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just got this book from a Barnes and Noble store locally about a week ago and I couldn't put it down. It has most of the dramatic elements that the first three books had from the wonder and magnificence at the height of the Great Crusade to the despair and pain of the Heresy. Garro was portrayed perfectly in comparison to the circumstances he was in (utterly confused, full of despair, ect.) Plus you get a full on view of the Master of the Imperial Fists the Primarch and Son of the Emperor Rogal Dorn that was completely on par with Dan, Graham and Ben's level of skill. How do these guys make you actually 'see' the majesty of these amazing characters called Primarchs? So, basically in two words: Absolutely amazing.