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Scrivener's Moon (Fever Crumb, #3)
This concluding chapter to the Fever Crumb prequel series brings the entire Mortal Engines saga full circle. Explaining almost every origin of his fan ...more
Aug 26, 2011
Sep 10, 2011
The Lord of the Rings (The Lord of the Rings, #1-3)
**spoiler alert** The Lord of the Rings is a tale of epic scope. The land of Middle Earth (and all its' neighbours) has been conjured up with such his ...more
Jan 06, 2006
Apr 06, 2010
The Hobbit
What is one of the greatest things about the Hobbit is the style it is written in. Imitating his friend, C.S. Lewis, Tolkein has gone for a lighter re ...more
Aug 22, 2003
Apr 06, 2010
Predator's Gold (Mortal Engines Quartet, #2)
The series starts well. Hester and Tom have joined togethor to rid London of the tyranneous Mr. Valentine, and succeed with bitter vengeance. As Heste ...more
Feb 21, 2008
Apr 05, 2010
Fever Crumb (Mortal Engines Quartet Prequel, #1)
Jumping back a few hundred years after you've finished the last series... have I heard this before? Although not a new idea, this 'jump' has brought t ...more
Apr 02, 2010
Apr 03, 2010
Cold Mountain
I’m not an American, and I don’t know much history. Why would I want to read Cold Mountain? Charles Frazier’s first novel is a work of historical fict ...more
Oct 20, 2012
Aug 19, 2012
The Last Book In The Universe
Ransacked and decaying, most of Earth has been severely affected by an unknown cataclysmic event.
I found this book slightly depressing, although it
Dec 19, 2006
Apr 06, 2010
A Web of Air (Fever Crumb, #2)
Although intriguing and personal, A Web of Air failed to fulfill my expectations. The previous Mortal Engines intalments packed a real punch, and even ...more
Aug 18, 2010
Sep 23, 2010
Tales from the Perilous Realm
This brilliant collection of excentric tales is reflective of JRR Tolkeins' ability to write in so many different styles. For each work, he shifts tow ...more
not set
Apr 10, 2010
Treasure Island
Treasure Island, although a classic, would not make it onto classics status for me. The story was not extremely captivating, and the setting was a bit ...more
Aug 29, 2006
Apr 07, 2010
The board is set. Can Charlie make it away from Rafi and the evil village comunities, or will the secret of the allergens get into the wrong hands?
Apr 20, 2007
Apr 05, 2010
Mortal Engines (Mortal Engines Quartet, #1)
When I first read Mortal Engines, it was like a wake- up call to everything good about science fiction. Possessing most traits you would expect in a g ...more
May 21, 2007
Apr 03, 2010
Lion Boy
A story of family, courage and freedom, Lionboy is one of the best in its' class. This 'family' genre full of half- baked characters is challenged by ...more
Apr 12, 2006
Apr 05, 2010
The Chronicles of Narnia (Chronicles of Narnia, #1-7)
The Chronicles of Narnia has been hailed as a classic by people all over the world, and I wouldn't argue. Simple, eloquent and exciting, the collectio ...more
Oct 21, 2004
Apr 05, 2010
Infernal Devices (The Hungry City Chronicles, #3)
When their daughter comes into the scene, Tom and Hesters' relationship is strained. Hunting for their lost daughter, they discover the amazing lost b ...more
Jul 19, 2009
Apr 05, 2010
A Darkling Plain (The Hungry City Chronicles, #4)
A Darkling plain was a memorable end to an absolutley stunning series. Gritty, dark and intricate, its' plot never fails to keep you reading. You'll b ...more
Sep 10, 2009
Apr 03, 2010
Lionboy 3. The Truth
A suspenseful, satisfying conclusion to the Lionboy trilogy. I love the soft, warm tones in which Zizou writes. Highly recommended for kids eight and ...more
Dec 18, 2007
Apr 05, 2010
Truckdogs: A Novel in Four Bites
Graeme Base is one of my most respected artists His style is detailed yet playful, and this book is so much fun!
Jan 26, 2004
Apr 13, 2010
Rowan of Rin : The Journey (Rowan of Rin, #1-5)
This series of books was one of my favourites when I was younger. Rowan is such a good hero, and his enemies are just as excellent.
I would have given
Oct 09, 2002
Apr 06, 2010
The Chrysalids
**spoiler alert** This was an enthralling and involving read. I couldn't wait to see what the Chrysalids' final fate was. When I discovered itm howeve ...more
May 03, 2010
Apr 24, 2010
The Lord of the Rings Official Movie Guide
not set
Sep 25, 2011
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