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Long before the days of Mortal Engines, London is poised on the brink of apocalypse. Huge armoured fortresses are advancing across the wastelands – a new and terrifying kind of enemy. The city is days away from ruin. Buried in London’s past is a secret that may save it. But only one key can unlock it – an odd-looking orphan named Fever Crumb… Set in a dusty, riotous London on the cusp of becoming a traction city, the Fever Crumb trilogy lays bare the story of how this great city first took to the road. Dark treachery, mysterious lost pyramids, warriors on mammoths, glamorous parties, great battles, insane and cruel leaders: it’s a breathtaking ride…

  • The prequel novels to Philip Reeve’s Mortal Engines series
  • Set in one of the most unique and thrilling fantasy worlds ever
  • Mortal Engines won the Nestle Gold Award and Blue Peter Prize
  • Philip Reeve has also won the Carnegie Medal and Guardian Prize

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Date published

December 6th, 2018



UK edition


Philip Reeve

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