Fabrick is a story that begins with a slave named Clyde who has known nothing but his masters' homes for his entire life. When Clyde's current master dies, he is subjected to his naiveté in a world that he has never known. A looter 'Mouflon' by the name of Flam came to the remains of Clyde's master's home only to be confronted by the servant with an exceptional ability with heavy consequences and lackluster knowledge of anything other than household care. To avenge the death of Clyde's master and past life, the former slave is led through a strange new world in an attempt to fulfill his old life. The novel is an adventure with minor mystery intermixed. All together, the story mainly has a cultural and psychological focus rather than physical action.
Fabrick's author chose to create a completely new world. However, instead of using the new atmosphere to consistently recreate interest, the author vaguely described some of the planet's culture. I found that he could have explained things better rather than simply having Flam (who is half-hazard and flippant) explain things.
Also, the chapters often changed perspective without an explanation as to the new character and setting. I often found myself confused.
Altogether, the story was fairly interesting and humorous, but it could be made a lot better if it were to be given more content or events as is typical for adventure based novels.