The Wonder Engine (Clocktaur War #2)

The Wonder Engine (Clocktaur War #2)

by T. Kingfisher
The Wonder Engine (Clocktaur War #2)

The Wonder Engine (Clocktaur War #2)

by T. Kingfisher

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Overview

In the sequel to CLOCKWORK BOYS, Slate, Brenner, Caliban and Learned Edmund have arrived in Anuket City, the source of the mysterious Clockwork Boys. They even managed to build some trust in each other's skills. That trust is built on quicksand as the risks continue to escalate. But the secrets they're keeping could well destroy them, before the city even gets the chance...

Old foes and consequences of past decisions lurk in the shadows. Every team member's skills are required to succeed--even more so if they hope to survive.

The Wonder Engine never lets us forget our funny, broken group even as the action propels our heroes to new highs and lows. It shows that making the most of the rest of your life can be rewarding--no matter how many mechanical abominations you need to destroy to get there.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614504429
Publisher: Argyll Productions
Publication date: 07/03/2018
Series: Clocktaur War Series , #2
Pages: 366
Sales rank: 79,762
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

About The Author
T. Kingfisher is the vaguely absurd pen-name of Ursula Vernon, an author from North Carolina. In another life, she writes children's books and weird comics. She has been nominated for the World Fantasy and the Eisner, and has won the Hugo, Sequoyah, Nebula, Alfie, WSFA, Coyotl and Ursa Major awards, as well as a half-dozen Junior Library Guild selections.

This is the name she uses when writing things for grown-ups. Her work includes multiple fairy-tale retellings and odd little stories about elves and goblins.

When she is not writing, she is probably out in the garden, trying to make eye contact with butterflies.

www.tkingfisher.com
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