donkeytime.org Help us make Mortal Engines a Free eBook!Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. Mortal Engines launched Philip Reeve's brilliantly imagined creation, the world of the Traction Era, where mobile cities fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic future. The first instalment introduces young apprentice Tom Natsworthy and the murderous Hester Shaw, flung from the fast-moving city of London into heart-stopping adventures in the wastelands of the Great Hunting Ground. Repackaged with a stunning double cover and eye-catching new look that features the famous recycled 'Old-Tech' of Reeve's fantastic world. Help Centre.
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Sharkey is a Sunker--he was born on a fortunate tide, and everyone in the giant submersible Rampart knows it. The trouble is his life is based on a lie. He's been a fake hero for years, but when tragedy strikes, he must become a real one. And he has no idea how to go about it. Meanwhile, on land, Petrel, Fin, and the crew of the Oyster are on a mission to bring lost knowledge back into the world, a mission they have no idea how to carry out. Thank Odin, school is almost over and soon I can spend the summer hiking with my friends. Trouble is, not everyone is happy with our modern utopia and trouble is brewing.
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That was Municipal Darwinism , and it was the way the world had worked for a thousand years, ever since the great engineer Nikolas Quirke had turned London into the first Traction City. It was an unusual book. The book was unpredictable in its change of moods. I thought it was quite meek with a middle grade-ish vi. I thought it was quite meek with a middle grade-ish vibe but that was interspersed with shocking and brutal deaths, especially at the end it turned quite vicious. I found it very bizarre, this shifting of tone. It was hard for me to take it seriously at first because it sounded like a book for children rather than young adults but you slowly come around that.