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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Meanwhile, on the remote, forgotten colony world Cull, a human-alien Rondure Knight, Anderson, seeks to slay a dragon—although Anderson doesn’t know that his quarry is actually Dragon, another baffling, potent alien, and that Skellor himself seeks Dragon to help him control the Jain technology gr...| Read Full Review of Brass Man (Ian Cormac, Book 3)
Neal Asher Website ISFDB Bibliography SF Site Review: Cowl SF Site Interview: Neal Asher SF Site Review: The Skinner SF Site Interview: Neal Asher SF Site Review: Gridlinked 'It was the dark red of old blood, and smooth as polished stone.| Read Full Review of Brass Man (Ian Cormac, Book 3)
So I plunged on and I must say, Asher has done a nice job of giving the reader just enough info on what happened in book two to make sense of the story in Brass Man.Jan 24 2007 | Read Full Review of Brass Man (Ian Cormac, Book 3)
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