The Engineer Trilogy: Devices and Desires - K.J. Parker Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841492760 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: K.J. Parker / Mass Market Paperback / 720 Pages / Book is published 2006-01-05 by ... more
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Devices and Desires in the first part of a trilogy by fantasy writer KJ Parker and sets out to tell the tale of an engineer called Vaatzes, the engineer is a Mezentine. Mezentine is a kind of Roman style society in which as the dominant country have set themselves up as the controlling country in there part of the world. They have taken the love of mechanisation and machines to new heights and believe everything is controlled by the rigid retention to dogma set down by the various city guilds. When one of the guilds members is arrested for a petty offence, in which he makes a toy without any practical use he is sentenced to death. Vaatzas the engineer in question is a ... Read the complete review
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