• Ravenor Rogue

  • Warhammer 40,000
  • By: Dan Abnett
  • Narrated by: Toby Longworth
  • Length: 12 hrs and 30 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (1,665 ratings)

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Ravenor Rogue

By: Dan Abnett
Narrated by: Toby Longworth
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Publisher's Summary

Inquisitor Ravenor continues his persecution of the arch-heretic Zygmunt Molotch - a hunt that has, for him, now become an obsession. In direct contravention of Inquisition orders, Ravenor and his team go rogue, in relentless pursuit of their quarry.

Thrown through time and space, pitted against enemies of limitless power and cunning, just how much will Ravenor and his team have to sacrifice to save the day?

©2017 Games Workshop Limited (P)2017 Games Workshop Limited

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good scifi adventure

really enjoyed it. the narration is done well. I would love to see more of the adventures of gideon ravenor.

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Amazing work

I love Dan abnett's books this is no exception and Toby Longworth knocks it out of the park as always

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Good, comprehensive conclusions.

Solid conclusion to the trilogy. Closes out a oft hinted, but never fully fleshed out back story, and provides an exciting, epic conclusion to the story.

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Fine

I find it hard to get invested when the characters are making very poor choices left and right.In this book Ravenor feels more naive and far less perceptive then what should be expected of an Inquisitor. Carl seems a little too gung-ho about lying. Lastly all the antagonist are smart and tempered to the point it feels like the only reason our heroes stand a chance is plot armor.

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A Climatic End to Ravenor's Trilogy

As always, Dan writes a journey with plenty twists and turns along the path to keep invested, while Toby does a fantastic job enriching each character with a voice of their own. No spoilers other than I stayed up late listening to this, and had tears at times. A must listen if you enjoy Dan and/or Toby.

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Another Great by Dan Abnett

This concludes the Ravenous Trilogy and it keeps you engaged and enjoying right thru to the end. You won't be disappointed with this Trilogy.

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Great book. An even Better Trilogy .

I hope the. for more soon. via audible. as this was just too good to end. I do feel the ending was rushed. But hope indeed for more Ravenor adventures.

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A good end to a good Trilogy

Rogue neatly ties up all the story threads of the Ravenor Trilogy, and personaly i think it is the best written of them ad well, im still not a fan of the "then/now" jumps that the series have used, but I feel that they have been handled with more skill in this one

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Good but some problems

Overall it was a good book. But as another reviewer said the main characters seems to start making bad decisions and the climax is a but underwhelming too me. Also, I don’t think the author understands some aspects of the lore and when it started happening it lost me.

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Fantastic End to the Trilogy

Really enjoyed this book. It built in intensity throughout and had a satisfying conclusion. Excited to begin the next trilogy.

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  • I A Macmillan
  • 02-25-18

Where are the missing Ravenor volumes?

Any additional comments?

Toby Longworth continues to do Abnett's books proud BUT where, oh where, are the other two volumes of Ravenor? Is that down to Black Library playing silly beggars or Audible?

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  • Petteri
  • 07-06-19

A good book, but weakest in the serie

This book has too many elements packing into it, result is scattered and jumping. But it's performed superbly.

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  • Gavin Gladwell
  • 03-23-21

A must read.

Yet again another awesome Ravenor book, a truly epic end to the trilogy. highly recommended 👌🏻

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  • Mr. L. J. Makins
  • 08-16-18

Brilliant

A fittingly dark finale for the Ravenor. Fantastic story and well read. Up to the high standards of the previous books.

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  • Kelv1n
  • 11-29-20

Great story... Seems to be missing a huge chunk

There seems to be a huge chunk missing.. One moment Ravenor is calling it quits, next second he and his team are shopping for "rings", no explanation why he stayed and how came to realise Molotch was still around!

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  • sinisterleft
  • 11-29-18

more please

this is the third in a series of book that I come back to every few years, with there was a fourth and fith .

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-05-18

a captivating ending to the ravenor trilogy

defenently my favorite of the three ravenor books. It's many twist and turns will keep you hooked from beginning to end.

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  • Nigel
  • 03-06-21

brilliant

fab end to the series, brilliantly narrated, wold recommend unreservedly. fine end to the series.

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  • Fudgedog
  • 02-14-21

Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant

Amazing story, wonderful characters, a fitting conclusion to this epic Ravenor Trilogy. Well done Everyone.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-20-20

Heart wrenching conclusion.

After my first listen I believe the author sprinkled Lovecraft Easter eggs here and there.

I absolutely love the attention to side characters, it makes it shine.
One in particular which was my favourite from Ravenor One did got underutilized, but it's a sacrifice I got to accept, as others grew on me so much more.

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  • Typhus.
  • 02-08-22

Another gem

Thus is one of the novels that I do not remember very well but still a must to listern to.

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  • Ben
  • 05-16-20

Solid end for the trilogy

Another really solid conclusion from Abnett, leaves enough doors open for the sequel stories he's written to take up from, and closes the door on all the threads that had been building since the beginning.

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  • Daniel Schiffer
  • 07-28-19

A fitting end to a fantastic start.

first half is slow but oh boy does it ramp up in the end
a horrifying finale fitting of its eldritch inspirations
satisfying arcs for your favorite characters