From the critics
AgeAdd Age Suitability
orange_cat_517 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
red_crocodile_191 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages
ElizabethSummer thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over
SB2000 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 18
QuotesAdd a Quote
"Do you love him?"
Deryn swallowed, then pointed at the screen. "He makes me feel like that. Like flying."
"And a special thanks for not burning up the whole ship. Including yourself, you daft bum-rag."
"No, but have you Clankers ever made a train that can hunt for its own food, or heal itself, or reproduce?"~Dylan (Deryn,) page 273
But I fell. And it's about time too young master- Alek and Klopp
Welcome abored the LEVIATHAN, Mr. Sharp. ~message lizard
Oh, I'm always leaving my watch on the tennis courts.
(Alek rolls his eyes)
NoticesAdd a Notice
Other: No, it is not a stupid book. It is amazing and well imagined, with great characters and a cool plot.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There is a lot of fighting in the book nothing to gorey or anything. But it's world war I what do you expect?
SummaryAdd a Summary
Alek and "Dylan" Sharp are thrown together in a race to keep their secrets--one hiding his heritage, the other his --or is it her?-- gender.
Altogether a thrilling steampunk novel.
Prince Aleksander is on the run from the germans. With his parents dead, he flees to a secret safe house in Switzerland.
Deryn Sharp is disguised as a boy named Dylan, so she can fly. When the ship she works on crashes on a Switzerland glacier, things don't look good. Until she meets a mysterious boy named Alek...
Alek is a clanker; Deryn is a darwinist. But when they work together, they might just be able to find a way off of the glacier.
A steampunk fantasy about World War one that never was...