By Philip Reeve
(Scholastic Press, Hardcover, 9780545222181, 352pp.)
Publication Date: November 2012
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The final adventure in Philip Reeve's brilliant Fever Crumb trilogy.
The Scriven people are brilliant, mad--and dead.
All except one, whose monstrous creation is nearly complete--a giant city on wheels. New London terrifies the rest of the world, and an army of mammoth-riders gathers to fight it. Meanwhile, young Fever Crumb begins a hunt for Ancient technology in the icy strongholds of the north. She finds a mysterious black pyramid full of secrets. It will change her world forever.
Scrivener's Moon follows Fever Crumb and A Web of Air to complete one of the most exciting and inventive fantasy adventures series ever written.
Philip Reeve is the bestselling author of the Predator Cities quartet and the award-winning Fever Crumb series. His other books include the highly acclaimed HERE LIES ARTHUR and NO SUCH THING AS DRAGONS. He lives in Dartmoor, England with his wife and son. Visit him online at philip-reeve.com.
PRAISE FOR A WEB OF AIR, BOOK 2 IN THE FEVER CRUMB TRILOGY
[star] Fever Crumb is back! Imaginative, inventive and exciting.”--Kirkus Reviews, starred review
Reeve's intricately imagined world, combined with a fast-paced plot, offers a rich, rewarding reading experience.” --School Library Journal
PRAISE FOR FEVER CRUMB, BOOK 1 IN THE FEVER CRUMB TRILOGY
An Amazon Best Book of the Year, An ALA Notable Children's Book, An ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults, A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, A Kirkus Reviews Best Book for Teens
[star] Reeve is not just an excellent writer, but a creator with a wildly imaginative mind.” --School Library Journal, starred review
[star] Reeve's captivating flights of imagination play as vital a role in the story as his endearing heroine, hissworthy villains, and nifty array of supporting characters.” --Booklist, starred review
[star] Beautifully written, grippingly paced, and filled with eccentric characters and bizarre inventions (such as foldable assassins made of paper), this is a novel guaranteed to please Reeve's fansand very likely broaden their ranks.” --Publishers Weekly, starred review