A Darkling Plain (Mortal Engines Quartet)
Publish date: 2007-02-05
Pages no: 544
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
A Darkling Plain is the longest of the Hungry City books, by a fairly large margin. But there is, after all, a lot going on here. There's hardly any padding, so it earns it's 500+ pages honestly. Thinking about the book, I suspect that I wouldn't have liked it so much, or been so glued to it, if I h...
I love this series and in particular I love the end to this series. Although...No, I'm not going to put in a major spoiler and ruin it for everyone even though it's tempting.But to be brief as I always am when writing reviews. After all what is a review for but to inform the reader that they want to...
The ending to this book was beautifully bittersweet, and it was a fantastic ending to a really good series of books that was handled and written well considering it was a such a dystopian theme. At times, perhaps more so in the previous books than this, but it felt as if the book was being a bit rus...