Predator Cities #3: Infernal Devices by Philip ReevePredator Cities #3: Infernal Devices by Philip Reeve

Predator Cities #3: Infernal Devices

byPhilip Reeve

Paperback | June 1, 2012

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Welcome to the astounding world of Mortal Engines!

Her parents, Tom and Hester, are happy in static Anchorage, whose rusting engines are long dead. Their daughter is desperate to escape-and a charming submarine pirate is ready to help her. But the mysterious object that she steals for him ignites a conflict that will tear the whole world apart...

PHILIP REEVE is the bestselling author of the Mortal Engines quartet, the highly acclaimed Here Lies Arthur, No Such Thing as Dragons, Fever Crumb, and A Web of Air. He lives in Dartmoor, England, with his wife and son.
Title:Predator Cities #3: Infernal DevicesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8.01 × 5.26 × 0.67 inPublished:June 1, 2012Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0545222133

ISBN - 13:9780545222136

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Praise for Infernal Devices"The final showdown that brings the various threads of plot and all the major characters together is breathtaking. The open-ended conclusion more than begs for an immediate sequel." - School Library Journal"The pace and violence escalate to a thrilling climax and hint of more battles to come." - BooklistPraise for the Mortal Engines Quartet*"Reeve's [Mortal Engines Quartet] remains a landmark of visionary... imagination." - School Library Journal, starred review (from review of Fever Crumb)Praise for Fever Crumb*"Reeve's captivating flights of imagination play as vital a role in the story as his endearing heroine, hissworthy villains, and nifty array of supporting characters." - Booklist, starred review*"Beautifully written, grippingly paced, and filled with eccentric characters and bizarre inventions... this is a novel guaranteed to please Reeve's fans-and very likely broaden their ranks." - Publishers Weekly, starred review