Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
Series: Worldshaker (#1)
In this alternate history, city-sized juggernauts travel the world, over sea and sometimes over land, each representing a country. Britain's juggernaut, the Worldshaker, is commanded by Magnus Porpentine, Col Porpentine's grandfather. When Magnus declares that Col is his successor, it seems that Col...
Worldshaker is strikingly similar in premise to Mortal Engines, and, like Mortal Engines, disappointed despite my love of both dystopias and steampunk. In this case, the writing is perfectly fine and both Colbert’s stepwise enlightenment and the actions of his sister provided enough interest to keep...
It had a okay idea but utterly failed in execution. I pretty much hated it. The only semi-ish worth while character was Riff and that was just in the beginning. She got worse towards the end. Everyone was annoying and made stupid choices. The plot itself didn't really make sense and was basically wo...
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