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Scrivener's Moon

Reeve, Philip (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
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When she returns home after two years, Fever finds that her Scriven mother's creation, New London, the city on wheels, is nearly complete and ready to fight the nomad tribes of Britain--and Fever must journey to the north to find the ancient birthplace of the Scriven mutants and solve the mystery of her own past.
Authors: Reeve, Philip
Title: Scrivener's moon
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Scholastic Press, 2012, c2011.
Edition: 1st American ed.
Characteristics: 341 p. ;,22 cm.
Summary: When she returns home after two years, Fever finds that her Scriven mother's creation, New London, the city on wheels, is nearly complete and ready to fight the nomad tribes of Britain--and Fever must journey to the north to find the ancient birthplace of the Scriven mutants and solve the mystery of her own past.
ISBN: 0545222184
9780545222181
Statement of Responsibility: Philip Reeve
Subject Headings: England Fiction. London (England) Fiction. Science fiction. Identity Fiction. Mutation (Biology) Fiction. Technology Fiction. England Juvenile fiction. London (England) Juvenile fiction. Dystopias Juvenile fiction. Identity (Psychology) Juvenile fiction. Mutation (Biology) Juvenile fiction. Technology Juvenile fiction.
Genre/Form: Young adult fiction.
Science fiction.
Topical Term: Science fiction.
Identity
Mutation (Biology)
Technology
Dystopias
Identity (Psychology)
Mutation (Biology)
Technology
LCCN: 2012008124
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Mar 06, 2014
  • JewelMcLatchy rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

I'm kind of conflicted about this book because I enjoyed it, but spent a lot of time trying to remember why certain characters and plot elements were important to events in the original series and the other prequel books. I wish in this type of series the author would include some kind of summary/prologue of previous events because it felt more complicated than necessary. Connections I should have been making simply didn't happen, but despite that it was still an enjoyable story.

Oct 28, 2013
  • ZimZimCavan rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

It is a good sequel but I am kind of sad they did not include Arlo in this book

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Mar 06, 2014
  • JewelMcLatchy rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

...she started trying to explain what Dr. Crumb had once explained to her, all the good, rational reason for making London move. "It will be safer, and cleaner, and fairer. Everyone will pay their share to provide good housing, and hospitals for the sick, and schooling for children, and pensions for the old." / But such ideas were shocking to the Arkhangelsk. "Then none of you will be free!" said Cluny, quite appalled. "If you aren't responsible for yourselves, if you expect your leaders to provide everything, you will be no better than their pets."

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