Mortal Engines Quartet #3: Infernal Devices

Hush! All is quiet in the world of Mortal Engines – but it’s time to stop the ‘pause’ button and hit ‘play’ instead! Sixteen years have passed since Tom and Hester settled down in Anchorage, now a static settlement on the shores of the Dead Continent. Life is calm – except for their teenage daughter Wren. She’s desperate for adventure. And when her lust for life gets her tangled up with pirate outfit the Lost Boys, she launches them all into perilous waters. Uh-oh: swim for your life!

  • The third magnificent book in the Mortal Engines series
  • Mortal Engines won the Smarties Gold Award in 2002
  • One of the most unique and thrilling fantasy worlds ever
  • Philip Reeve’s Here Lies Arthur won the Carnegie Medal

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    Philip Reeve

    Philip Reeve is the award-winning and critically acclaimed author of the Mortal Engines books.


    Philip has won many major awards, including the Nestle Smarties and Blue Peter prizes for Mortal Engines, the Guardian prize for A Darkling Plain and the Carnegie medal for Here Lies Arthur.

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