Brass Man

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Macmillan, Jan 23, 2007 - Fiction - 485 pages
29 Reviews
From the Philip K. Dick Award nominee author of Cowl, an adrenaline-powered new SF adventure: Brass Man. Neal Asher returns to his trademark Polity future setting, in a sequel to Gridlinked, which SFRevu.com called  "brilliant and audacious work, chock-full of cutting-edge ideas." Ian Cormac, a legendary Earth Central Security agent, the James Bond of  a wealthy future, is hunting an interstellar dragon, little knowing that, far away, his competition has resurrected an horrific killing machine named "Mr. Crane" to assist in a similar hunt, ecompassing whole star systems. Mr. Crane, the insane indestructible artificial man now in a new metal body, seeks to escape a bloody past he can neither forget nor truly remember. And he is on a collision course with Ian Cormac.
  

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User Review  - Bookstooge - LibraryThing

Enjoyed this. Jumping back and forth between two time plots was a little jarring, but Asher made it come together ok. I found it very interesting to find out more about Mr Crane and his past and some of the hints about his future. Not a letdown in this "Polity" universe. Read full review

Review: Brass Man (Agent Cormac #3)

User Review  - Duke Duquaine - Goodreads

I read the book “The Brassman”, the third in the Ian Cormac series, I found this book like the first book very interesting and a great read. In this book Ian is on a dragon hunt but this dragon is not ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
11
Section 3
36
Section 4
50
Section 5
70
Section 6
90
Section 7
112
Section 8
133
Section 16
303
Section 17
304
Section 18
323
Section 19
340
Section 20
352
Section 21
353
Section 22
358
Section 23
378

Section 9
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Section 10
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Section 11
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Section 12
230
Section 13
249
Section 14
267
Section 15
285
Section 24
400
Section 25
423
Section 26
446
Section 27
464
Section 28
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About the author (2007)

Neal Asher lives in Chelmsord, Essex, UK.

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