The Leviathan arrives in Constantinople, a city where Clanker culture and Darwinst principles intersect in the most intriguing ways. Dr Barlow and Deryn deliver their precious cargo to the Sultan, but their peace-keeping mission goes unexpectedly - and disastrously - awry. Now the only way to... show more
The Leviathan arrives in Constantinople, a city where Clanker culture and Darwinst principles intersect in the most intriguing ways. Dr Barlow and Deryn deliver their precious cargo to the Sultan, but their peace-keeping mission goes unexpectedly - and disastrously - awry. Now the only way to save themselves in this hostile, politically-charged city is for Dr Barlow to offer up the thing that matters most: the air ship. Alek escapes from his prison camp and goes on the run with his men and the loris while Count Volger stays behind to fend-off the pursuit, forcing Alek to take on new responsibilities. Meanwhile a secret mission lands Deryn in serious danger… and leads both teens to re-evaluate their precarious situations in the world.
Publish date: October 1st 2010
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
Series: Leviathan (#2)
Behemoth by Scott Westerfeld audio book narrated by Alan Cumming Book 2 of Leviathan The behemoth is the fiercest creature in the British navy. It can swallow enemy battleships with one bite. The Darwinists will need it, now that they are at war with the Clanker powers. Deryn is a girl posing...
Apparently, The Infernal Devices is also considered steampunk, but I consider that to be more of a historical fantasy/paranormal genre. So, that is why I’m going to consider Leviathan the very first steampunk novel I’ve ever read. People should seriously read this series. I feel bad that I put off...
Behemoth continues the plot where Leviathan left off. In a alternate World War I, where the Clankers use machinery and Darwinists use genetically manipulated animals as their favored weapon. This second book is packed with even more action and adventure that its predecessor, but with a much linear ...
Had a bit of the second-book syndrome near the end, but was still just as fun to read as the first book alongside new secondary characters.
With [b:Leviathan|6050678|Leviathan (Leviathan, #1)|Scott Westerfeld|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1275694232s/6050678.jpg|6226342], I only sort of leisurely flipped through. Behemoth was much more gripping and had me neglecting other things in order to keep reading.I loved the characte...