PREDATOR CITIES: MORTAL ENGINES
9781407131276 PB £6.99
Welcome to the Traction Era, where mobile cities fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic future. The first instalment of Philip Reeve’s Predator Cities 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.
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PREDATOR CITIES: PREDATORS GOLD
9781407131283 PB £6.99
Tom and Hester's airship is drifting over the vast Ice Wastes, crippled by the fanatical aviators of the Anti-Tractionists. The fast-moving ice city of Anchorage offers sanctuary. But it is no safe refuge. Devastated by plague and haunted by ghosts, Anchorage is heading for the Dead Continent of America...
The second brilliant and breathtaking instalment in Philip Reeve's award-winning quartet.
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PREDATOR CITIES: INFERNAL DEVICES
9781407131269 PB £6.99
Tom and Hester left wars and violence behind when they settled, long ago, in peaceful Anchorage. Now their teenage daughter Wren craves the dangerous adventures they had. A mysterious submarine pirate will help her escape - if she steals a secret object for him. Wren's betrayal ignites a conflict that will tear the whole world apart...
The third, epic story in Philip Reeve's magnificently exciting futuristic quartet.
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PREDATOR CITIES: A DARKLING PLAIN
9781407131252 PB £7.99
After twenty years, the devastating world war between the predatory Traction Cities and their enemies is ending. Wren and her father Tom Natsworthy travel the Bird Roads in their airship, trying to forget Hester's betrayal. But in the ruined wreckage of the city of London they make a discovery that changes everything. And Hester faces an implacable foe with the means and the will to destroy the entire human race.
The fourth and final instalment of the award-winning quartet.
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Artwork © David Wyatt.