The Escapement (Google eBook)

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Orbit, Jun 16, 2009 - Fiction - 432 pages
45 Reviews
The astonishing conclusion to the Engineer Trilogy, an exquisitely crafted tale of revenge from a unique and remarkable new voice in fantasy fiction.


The engineer Ziani Vaatzes engineered a war to be reunited with his family. The deaths were regrettable, but he had no choice.

Duke Valens dragged his people into the war to save the life of one woman - a woman whose husband he then killed. He regrets the evil he's done, but he, equally, had no choice.

Secretary Psellus never wanted to rule the Republic, or fight a desperate siege for its survival. As a man of considerable intelligence, he knows that he has a role to play - and little choice but to accept it.

The machine has been built. All that remains is to set it in motion.
  

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Review: Escapement (Clockwork Earth #2)

User Review  - Josie Boyce - Goodreads

Another solid adventure tale in what is possibly the most clockwork, and least steampunk clockwork world in sci fi. This one has more nareators, more heroes, more villains. Great stuff. Ripping tale ... Read full review

Review: The Escapement (Engineer Trilogy #3)

User Review  - Lissa Notreallywolf - Goodreads

Having read the engineer Trilogy in total I really enjoyed KJ Parker and would read more. It is similar to Stephenson's Trilogy, except that it doesn't involve a historical setting. I look forward to ... Read full review

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K.J. Parker is a pseudonym.

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