Revenant Gun

Revenant Gun

Machineries Of Empire, the most exciting science fiction trilogy of the decade, reaches its astonishing conclusion! When Shuos Jedao wakes up for the first time, several things go wrong. His few memories tell him that he's a seventeen-year-old cadet--but his body belongs to a man decades older.  Hexarch Nirai Kujen orders Jedao to reconquer the fractured hexarchate on his b Machineries Of Empire, the most exciting science fiction trilogy of the decade, reaches its astonishing conclusion! ...

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Title:Revenant Gun
Author:Yoon Ha Lee
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:Revenant Gun
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:427 pages pages

Revenant Gun Reviews

  • kat
    Nov 24, 2018
    adssdfsdasdl;kj OH MY GOD maybe i will review this for real later but i just finished it and I AM DESTROYED it was so good and haunting on every possible level ...
  • Silvana
    Dec 12, 2017
    Dear Hugo voters, Let me share with you my thoughts about this book. I remember the first time I read Ninefox Gambit. I was stunned. Entering a world of the Hexarchate, a repressive space empire (not unlike the Empire from Star Wars), that derived its power from ?calendrical weapo...
  • Tatiana
    Sep 18, 2018
    I think I finally have a grip on what "calendar" is and does, but I hope nobody ever makes me explain it. ...
  • Jason
    Jul 04, 2018
    4.5 Stars Revenant Gun (The Machineries of Empire #3)by Yoon Han Lee is an amazing conclusion to one of the very best science fiction trilogies that I have ever read. Simply amazing Raven Strategem(The Machineries of Empire #2) is a truly fabulous follow up to the awesome ...
  • Tomislav
    Apr 01, 2018
    I received a kindle format version of this book at no cost, in return for promising to write an honest review. I have previously read Yoon Ha Lee?s exciting debut novel Ninefox Gambit, but was disappointed with sequel Raven Stratagem. Together, these three books make up a space opera...
  • Pearl
    Dec 09, 2018
    Between this and "The Monster Baru Cormorant" , it is officially ?Immortality December? or the quest for it (with a touch of constant self flagellation). While both books had stylistic changes in their plot narratives, it was more palatable in "Revenant Gun". This made understandi...
  • Leseparatist
    Jun 04, 2018
    This, by the way, seems to be my 500th review on this website! I want a cookie. And what a fitting book to mark this moment. ---------------------------- I read this book courtesy of NetGalley in exchange for an honest review; nonetheless, I also bought a paper copy with my own m...
  • Deborah Ross
    Oct 20, 2018
    This is the third and last volume of the trilogy, ?Machineries of Empire,? that began with Ninefox Gambit and Raven Stratagem. I absolutely loved the first two books with the concept of a spacefaring empire based on a mathematically derived calendar. It tickled my geeky self that t...
  • Megan
    May 16, 2018
    Compared to the gloriously bewildering Ninefox Gambit and it's sequel, Raven Stratagem, which occasionally doled out information in a begrudging kind of way, Revenant Gun practically holds the reader's hand. This isn't a slight against the book, because it never dips into the realm of ...
  • Michael
    Jun 01, 2018
    Charming military space opera not too far afield from David Weber?s Honor Harrington series, which was a guilty pleasure for me over decade ago. In this conclusion of the trilogy, the stable domination of the galaxy by human factions has been upset by the assassination of most of the...
  • Bradley
    Apr 11, 2018
    I read this in April, but I'd be remiss in not squeeing on the actual publication date! IT'S HERE!!! Oh! For all you fanboys and fangirls, I have the author's own words about his writing experience for the trilogy! Link to my blog Original Review: This series continues to be o...
  • Casey
    Sep 30, 2018
    Revenant Gun is the final book in the Machineries of Empire trilogy. It's a great conclusion to a fascinating world. Plot Summary Kujen, the missing Hexarch, creates another Jedao revenant, to use against the Compact and keep the high calendar in existence. Cheris has disappeared o...
  • Ian Mond
    Jul 27, 2018
    Revenant Gun is a fitting conclusion to what?s been an unconventional space-opera trilogy. Elsewhere online I?ve commented on the ingenious world building ? technology powered by strict observance to a calendar ? the awesome space battles and the cat and mouse shenanigans b...
  • charlotte
    Jul 04, 2018
    tw for rape, dubious consent relationships (unhealthy power dynamics), torture, death Galley provided by publisher But that didn?t mean those things weren?t worth doing. Someone had to carry on with the small acts that kept civilization moving. And this time it was her turn....
  • Lindsay
    Jul 06, 2018
    It's nine years since the climactic events of Raven Stratagem shattered the Hexarchate. What's left has consolidated into two groups, the Protectorate, loyal to the last Hexarch and effectively being run by the traditionalist General Kel Inesser while the Compact, running on the hereti...
  • Allison Hurd
    Jul 26, 2018
    A few non-spoilery ways I've described this series: -A homicidal space ghost goes around fighting injustice with math magic in a vacuum-faring moth. -A psychedelic K-drama in space pretending to be military sci-fi. This will either intrigue you or repulse you, I think. I thought...
  • Girl
    Jun 06, 2018
    I have received an advanced e-copy of the book from the publisher via NetGalley ... BUT I also bought myself a paper copy of it (pre-ordered back in December and waiting for it to arrive) because I just love these books so much. What an amazing read. It's an engrossing book, from...
  • Hackmops
    Aug 01, 2018
    BOOM, one of my favourite book of the year so far. Revenant Gun marks the ending of the Machineries of the Empire triology and pushes the series into the top of my favourite sci-fi series of all time (ok, let's be real, it was already up there anyway). This is the series I always recom...
  • Hank
    Nov 22, 2018
    Great ending! I think I enjoyed the second book in series the best. I still love Jedao(s), the servitors, Mikodez and the whole crazy world. The plot was a touch complicated at times and the discussions based around the various plans were overly long sometimes. I wish someone had gone...
  • Sarah (CoolCurryBooks)
    Apr 28, 2018
    What am I going to do with my life now that this series is over? I suppose I?m left with no choice but to read everything else Yoon Ha Lee ever writes. Revenant Gun is the third and final book in Lee?s military space opera, The Machineries of Empire trilogy. I would advise again...
  • kari
    Aug 03, 2018
    This fucking book. ...
  • Daniel
    Oct 15, 2018
    What's better than Jedao? (view spoiler)[2 Jedaos (hide spoiler)] Fun :) ...
  • Gary
    Jun 13, 2018
    Check out my Q&A with Yoon Ha Lee for the Revenant Gun Blog Tour https://1000yearplan.com/2018/06/13/r... Revenant Gun, the final book in Yoon Ha Lee?s Machineries of Empire trilogy, opens with its most infamous character displaced in time. Garach Jedao Shkan?s most recent m...
  • Seth Dickinson
    Jul 17, 2018
    Full disclosure: after we read each others' first books, Yoon and I became friends. REVENANT GUN is the end. It's about death and rebirth, who deserves to survive and who gets to survive (unfortunately two very different things). GUN is the end and it's structured like an ending, in...
  • Lena
    May 01, 2018
    I wish I could stop caring. And the day after that, scrawled in the margin in jagged, shaky letters almost entirely unlike his usual handwriting: I know how to do that. - from the journal of Inhyeng Kujen One of the greatest trilogies of hard science fiction comes to ...
  • Quintin Zimmermann
    Apr 19, 2018
    Yoon Ha Lee's "The Machineries of Empire" trilogy offers something truly unique: dense world building in terms of which society and technology are based on the strength of the shared belief in the calendrical mathematical system. As Jedao postulated in Ninefox Gambit: "all calendri...
  • Claudie Arseneault
    Apr 12, 2018
    DISCLAIMER: i received a copy of REVENANT GUN in exchange for a honest review Revenant Gun manages to continue everything I loved about the previous two books in the trilogy?brilliant character arcs wrapped in tense military action, a cutting sense of humour, and a care for indivi...
  • Acqua
    Mar 21, 2018
    Revenant Gun is the third and final book in the sci-fi trilogy Machineries of Empire, also known as ?the mass murder magic math books? or, more simply, ?my favorite books?. Revenant Gun takes place 10 years after the end of Raven Stratagem, and most of it is told through the...
  • imyril
    Apr 21, 2018
    A satisfying conclusion to a fascinating space opera. As usual, this is political / social / personal matters masquerading as military SF, although it's really not that interested in the battles it is shaped around. If the sequences off the Revenant felt a bit more like filler than...
  • Quartzen
    Jun 18, 2018
    Complicated and mixed feelings about how this one ultimately handled the themes of abuse and how it's perpetuated on a personal level, though I thought the issues of social change were handled well. The pacing felt uneven in the first half and some things were resolved with less confli...