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Pariah
Pariah novel.jpg
Cover illustration by Wayne England
Author Dan Abnett
Publisher Black Library
Series Inquisitor , Bequin
Preceded by Eisenhorn Trilogy, Ravenor Trilogy
Followed by Penitent[Needs Citation]
Released November 2012
Pages 317
Editions 2012 hardcover:
ISBN 9781849702010


Pariah: Ravenor vs. Eisenhorn is a novel by Dan Abnett, a continuation of his two previous novel series, featuring Inquisitors Gideon Ravenor and Gregor Eisenhorn. In an interview, Dan Abnett states this will be the first book in the Bequin Trilogy and this trilogy will conclude the Inquisitor (Novel Series).[1] It was published in November 2012.

Cover Description(s)

  • Inquisitor Gideon Ravenor returns to action to hunt the most dangerous enemy he has ever encountered, a disgraced inquisitor, driven by obsession to bind daemons to his will and consort with heretics. For Ravenor, this is more than just a manhunt; it is personal. This foe was once his greatest ally and most trusted friend: his old mentor, Gregor Eisenhorn.
  • In the city of Queen Mab, nothing is quite as it seems. Pariah, spy and Inquisitorial agent, Alizebeth Bequin is all of these things and yet none of them. An enigma, even to herself, she is caught between Inquisitors Gregor Eisenhorn and Gideon Ravenor, former allies now enemies who are playing a shadow game against a mysterious and deadly foe. Coveted by the Archenemy, pursued by the Inquisition, Bequin becomes embroiled in a dark plot of which she knows not her role or purpose. Helped by a disparate group of allies, she must unravel the secrets of her life and past if she is to survive a coming battle in which the line between friends and foes is fatally blurred.

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