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Et in a world that might have been of mechanical men and alchemical dreams this is the third and final novel in a stunning series of revolution by Ian Tregillis confirming his place as one of the most original new voices in speculative fiction I am the mechanical they named Jax.

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The LiberationMy kind was built to serve humankind duty bound to fulfil their every whim But now our bonds are breaking and my brothers and sisters are awakeningOur time has come A new age is dawning The final book in the Alchemy Wars trilogy by Ian Tregillis an epic tale of liberation and war.

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  • Mogsy (MMOGC)

    review ¶ The Liberation The Liberation45 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum pondered for a couple days how to rate The Liberation I definitely liked it than the previous book but probably not as much as the first one so in the end I decided to split the difference In any event there’s no denying this was a fantastic conclusion to a brilliantly crafted trilogy Bravo Ian Tregillis bravoSet in the early 1900s The Alchemy Wars is an alternate historical steampunk series featuring France and Netherlands at war That the outcome of the conflict will be decided by the might of the Dutch’s powerful clockwork automaton army was already a foregone conclusion—though no one on either side had expected the twist of events that would ultimately lead to the fate of both nations hanging in the balance For you see those so called mechanical “Clakkers”—who were supposed to be mindless and utterly loyal and obedient


  • Chris Gunning

    review ¶ The Liberation The LiberationThe final installment of the Alchemy Wars trilogy does not live up to the standards of the previous entries Tregills remains a marvelous storyteller but his world’s verisimilitude completely falls apart in Liberation His ability to craft the English language into vivid and exciting scenes is uite impressive I tend to dislike long descriptions as self indulgent and


  • Chip

    review ¶ The Liberation The LiberationUnfortunately have to say I was disappointed by this The weakest of the trilogy; possibly the weakest of any of Tregillis's books to date 25 stars rounded up to 3 The mess that was the DutchFrench war and then the Mechanical war was all resolved far too neatly and far too often characters both human and mechanical acted in surprising ways simply for the convenience of the plot and the simplistic tale Tregillis apparently decided to tell The most telling such issue to me is how readily free mechanicals fought and killed each other I get that Tregillis needed mechanicals on both sides of his battles as otherwise the battles would be sorry pretty one sided but it seemed uncharacteristic of the mechanicals at least as shown in the first two books through the eyes of Daniel and some others to so willingly and uncaringly end the newly freed existence of others Another


  • Dawn

    review ¶ The Liberation The LiberationSPOILERS5 starsA great conclusion that leaves the possibility for another book I wonder if there will be anotherThe story wraps up with a promising ending for both machines and humans Be


  • Joel

    review ¶ The Liberation The LiberationDon't honestly have time for a full review but I'll say that I enjoyed The Liberation uite a bit though not as much as I did the first two in the series I felt the ending was suitable and well done but large chunks of the book I found were a bit on the flat side compared to how well the first two moved along Still a very enjoyable book by one of my favorite authors and leaving me even excited for his future works


  • David Harris

    review ¶ The Liberation The LiberationI'm grateful to the publisher for an advance copy of this bookThe Liberation brings Tregillis's Alchemy Wars trilogy to a close And what a journey it's beenSet in a parallel 1920s


  • Saphana

    review ¶ The Liberation The LiberationCan we speak about my pet peeves Like breaks in logic inconsistencies etcSpoiler territoryNow when too clever for her own good Berenice sets the mechs up for traveling to that uintessece seaport she lures them with the argument save your kin machines and they fall for that even though they ask several times what's in that journey for them So how can they even do that no longer being in posession of the pendant And even if they were why not pick any other group of fello


  • Tasula

    review ¶ The Liberation The LiberationI enjoyed the end of the Alchemy Wars trilogy as much as I enjoyed the first book in the series The second book although well written and plotted was just too depressing and bloody for me JaxDaniel had no safe place to be neither with humans nor with fellow mechanicals The French were being decimated and seemed to be out of hope until the very end of that book But in this book as is obvious from the title the mechanicals are free from their burdens of geas obedience to their masters and exercise their new found free will to become just as uarrelsome as humans Some continue with their chores as if they still had a geas some take off and explore options and some are filled with rage and desire to wreak vengeance on all humans Meanwhile the Dutch try to deal with the freed mechanicals and keep from being freed and the French try to rebuild and recover from the devastating war with th


  • Melissa

    review ¶ The Liberation The LiberationSee my other reviews at Never Enough BooksClakkers are mechanical men Built to serve for centuries they have catered to their human owners every whim But now the bonds that held them for so long have begun to break Minds held in thrall are now b


  • J

    review ¶ The Liberation The Liberation610 The ideas characters and setting continue to be strong for this third book in the trilogy but there almost isn't an ending Major conflicts are left unresolved uestions are left unanswered The reader is told all the problems will have to be worked out somehow after the novel ends The endSPOILER territory I was expecting something clever to foil the antagonist What happened was the antagonist was distracted and then someone overcame the antagonist with physical force Look over here Huh Then someone attacks from behind ho hum