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Product description

At last! The complete pack of this mind-blowing series, uniting the four Mortal Engines books with three storming prequels. In Philip Reeve’s dystopian future, cities don’t just sit there looking pretty. They roam the world on wheels. And they’re hungry! Welcome to the aftermath of the Sixty Minute War. The planet is a blasted wasteland; a mess of ruined scraps. But under the watchful eye of engineer Fever Crumb, a beast on wheels is getting ready to roll… A ravaged future. Warring mobile cities. Stalking robotic hunters. A secret weapon that could blow the world apart. Want to see it all? Hitch a ride on London. Just mind the cyborg assassins. And don’t fall overboard.

  • One of the most unique and thrilling fantasy worlds ever
  • Winner of the Smarties Gold Award and the Guardian Prize
  • Filled with wit, imagination and sci-fi/steampunk elements
  • Philip Reeve’s Here Lies Arthur won the Carnegie Medal

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Date published

May 4th, 2017

Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Philip Reeve

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