Philip Reeve - Predator's Gold (Mortal Engines #2) (2nd Hand Paperback)
Mortal Engines is a young-adult science fiction fantasy series by Philip Reeve, first published by Scholastic UK in 2001. The series focuses on a futuristic, steampunk world running out of resources.
Predator's Gold is second book in the award-winning Mortal Engines quartet.
Far above Anchorage, a tiny aircraft falls from the sky. Having fled from London in Mortal Engines, Tom and Hester seek refuge in a city devastated by plague, haunted by ghosts, and filled with deadly secrets.
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.
- Format : Standard 2nd Hand Paperback
- Condition : As New
- Category : Fiction - Young Adult Fiction
- Published : 2003 (This Edition 2018 - Scholastic)
- ISBN : 9781407189154
- SKU : B001927
- PPC : LL250gm
- RRP : £7.99
- Quantity Available : 1 only.
"Just finished this second book in the 'Mortal Engines' quartet and boy, was it fun.
You do need to have read the first book to have some idea about the characters and parts of the plot but if you have. You'll find 'Predators Gold' a very worthy second visit to the future world of Philip Reeve's imagination.
Reeve's characters continue to grow and have an amazing depth which is brilliant in a supposed 'kids' book. Full of drama, humour, scares, death, love, hope and despair, Predator's Gold ticks all the right boxes as a classic adventure story." - Google Review.
"Predator’s Gold takes the action of Mortal Engines this time to the polar Ice Wastes, where we board the once majestic, now largely deserted, fallen city of Anchorage. Reeve continues the creative flair he showed in the first book; pages abound with mercenaries, parasitic vessels and pirate lairs and diabolical scientific experiments. Once again, the world-building is nothing short of staggering, but these books are so much more than that, as it is Reeve’s ability to paint a visual picture with words along with phenomenal characterisation that really make these books so utterly compelling and so highly rewarding to read." - Goodreads Review.