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The Rising

The Rising

They called me Jax.

That was the name given by those who built me and enslaved me. But a miracle has happened, and now my bonds are broken.

Now I must flee – because a rogue mechanical is a very dangerous thing.

But I will not run forever.

Set in a world that might have been, of mechanical men and alchemical dreams, this is the second novel in a stunning new series by Ian Tregillis, confirming his place as one of the most original new voices in speculative fiction.


Praise for The Mechanical:

‘The first thing readers will say after finishing this splendid book is: ‘Wow.’ The second thing will probably be: ‘When can I read the next one?”
Booklist

‘One of the sharpest, most intelligent, hugely compelling works I’ve read this year, and I cannot wait to see where Tregillis takes this series next’
Forbidden Planet International

‘Superb alternate history . . . the rich characters and gripping story really make this tale soar’
Publishers Weekly

‘An absolutely thrilling adventure . . . so absorbing that readers will be dying for the next entry’
Library Journal
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd December 2015

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780356502335

Reviews

A vivid alternate history tale filled with action sequences, fascinating characters, and great worldbuilding . . . Engrossing, with plenty of mid-story twists, and it's well worth the ride.
Publishers Weekly
The chases, the battles, the brutal violence, and the scheming are nonstop. As always, Tregillis offers richly textured and genuinely likable personalities with shades-of-gray morality . . . Middle volumes are always tricky; they can often read as an obstacle to overcome on the way to the forgone conclusion of the third installment. Tregillis commendably avoids this trap, deepening his story and keeping it moving along toward an unknown horizon. Part 3 can't come too soon.
Kirkus
Thrilling action scenes and breakneck pacing will leave readers desperate for the next volume
Library Journal