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Mortal Engines

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 21,015 Ratings and 1,898 Reviews

Book Description
London is a city on wheels - a future city like you've never known before. In the terrible aftermath of the Sixty Minute War, cities which survived the apocalypse became predators, chasing and feeding on smaller towns. Now London is hunting down its prey, getting ready to feed. But as the chase begins, Tom uncovers a secret - a secret full of deadly consequences. Soon he is plunged into a world of... More
Book Information
PublisherMarion Lloyd Books
BindingPaperback (12 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages320
ISBN-101407131273
ISBN-13978-1407131276
Publication Date06/07/2012
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About Philip Reeve (Author) : Philip Reeve is a published author and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Philip Reeve include Larklight (Unabridged), Montmorency's Revenge, He... more
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4/16/2010 Kate Russell said:
This is the first book in a quartet. It's absolutely brilliant. I borrowed it from our local library because the cover looked really interesting, and ended up reading the whole series and buying them all for myself. Recently a prequel called "Fever Crumb" was published, and I believe another is c... more

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