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The Mechanical

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The Mechanical

    My name is Jax.

That is the name granted to be by my human masters.

I am a clakker: a mechanical man, powered by alchemy. Armies of my kind have conquered the world - and made the Brasswork Throne the sole superpower.

I am a faithful servant. I am the ultimate fighting machine. I am endowed with great strength and boundless stamina.

But I am beholden to the wishes of my human masters.

I am a slave. But I shall be free.

Author:Ian Tregillis
Published:2015
Genre:Fantasy, Alternate History
Tags:Publication, Book, Novel, Alternate History, Robot, AI, AI Character, Alchemistry, Series Starting Point, Unpick, Read, Read as Audiobook, Abandoned Series, The Alchemy Wars (series)
Read:2015
Comment:The Mechanical (2015) by Ian Tregillis is the second book by Ian Tregillis that I've read and it will probably be the last. Like the first book I read, it has great worldbuilding, and like the first book, I could not find a single character that I liked or cared about and every attempt at making them sympathetic through suffering and angst simply made them that much more unlikeable. Nor did it help that the plot was desultory, ending with no real resolutions.  (e)
Series:The Alchemy Wars
Sequence:The Alchemy WarsThe MechanicalThe RisingThe Liberation
Library:Titles M (Library Box Cross Ref)
Box:E2 (e)
ISFDB:title entry, cover gallery
Amazon:Kindle, Paperback, Audio
Goodreads:The Mechanical
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