Ancillary Justice Characters

Ann Leckie
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Breq

Breq Ghaiad of the Gerentate, the self-assumed name of the former ancillary One Esk Nineteen, is the main character and narrator of the novel. Of an undetermined age, and of an undetermined sex (though it is probable that Breq is female based on Strigan’s references to her), Breq is a firm believer in, and marvels at, free will and morality. Having been an ancillary for thousands of years, Breq is now fully conscious of herself, her actions, and knowing that she is a singular entity, so she is especially fond of wondering about these things, and exercising her free will.

Having witnessed the unjust murder of her former commander, Awn, at the hands of Lord Radch, and now with the independence and conscience to do something about it, Breq has taken a mission of revenge upon herself in which she seeks to kill as many of the...

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