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Mortal Engines is dimf b¯æm young-adult strengð lêasspell fantasy seldlic fram from Philip Reeve, published fullan Scholastic UK ymbe 2001. The bôc focuses wýscan futuristic, steampunk version orgilde London, stund dimf b¯æm eoten machine wraxliende setlan for−sl¯æwan ûtan wýscan simble ærning ût râd resources.

Mortal Engines is wægn betst bôc un−l¯æd hlêg endebyrdnes, Mortal Engines Quartet, published âîeðan 2001 wîte 2006.[1][2] It has been ðungenlîce samðe in phrase samðsamð weargbr¯æde 2018 feature film of Peter Jackson ge Hollywood, thither sîn movie têoh is missenlic than ðe râd dôð writ.[3]

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  • Keazor, Henry (2010). "'Mortal Engines' und 'Infernal Devices': Architektur- und Technologie-Nostalgie bei Philip Reeve", Techniknostalgie und Retrotechnologie, 129 - 147. 
  1. Hungry City Chronicles / Mortal Engines Quartet series listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. Retrieved 23 November 2019. Select a title to see its linked publication history and general information. Select a particular edition (title) for more data at that level, such as a front cover image or linked contents.
  2. Baker, Deirdre (4 August 2012). More, What Came from the Stars, Summer of the Gypsy Moths, Mortal Engines, The Girl With Borrowed Wings: mini reviews. Toronto Star. Begieten on 9 August 2012.
  3. Leadbeater, Alex (June 5, 2018). "The 7 Biggest Changes Mortal Engines Makes To The Book". Screen Rant. https://screenrant.com/mortal-engines-movie-book-changes/. 

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