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Mortal Engines Quartet: 4 books - Mortal Engines / Predators Gold / Infernal Devices / A Darkling Plain rrp £27.96
Mortal Engines Quartet: 4 books - Mortal Engines / Predators Gold / Infernal Devices / A Darkling Plain rrp £27.96

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exciting, imaginative and fun, 11 Feb. 2013
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Philip Reeve is a true talent. The Mortal Engines series is a work of amazing originality. Once you enter his ravaged world where a lumbering London prowls the wasteland searching for lesser cities to prey upon you can't put the books down. Reluctant or keen readers, boy or girls - try them. The first book is brilliant - but all four are better. Great books, good price.


Monkey Nuts: The Diamond Egg of Wonders (DFC Library)
Monkey Nuts: The Diamond Egg of Wonders (DFC Library)
by Robin Etherington
Edition: Hardcover

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Comic fun, 12 Oct. 2010
This is a rare thing, a British comic-book story, and a marvellous one at that. The drawing is dynamic and full of life, the story is fun and page-turning. It has the unusual quality of being both fresh and new but having the look of a much loved classic. What is more, the age range of it's readership should be very broad - there's so much that can be found in it. If some passages are a tad confusing for the youngest reader there will be something to return to later, just as in any Tin Tin or Asterix book. I hope to see these characters again. More please from DFC.


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