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A wild world of magical creatures and heroic adventure from the extraordinary
imagination of Philip Reeve. The squabbling goblins
who live in the great towers of Clovenstone spend their time fighting
and looting. Only clever young Skarper understands that dark
magic created by a vanquished sorcerer is rising again. From the
lands of men come fortune-seekers - and trolls, giants, cloud-maidens,
boglins, swamp monsters, tree-warriors and bloodthirsty goblins
are swept into a fabulous magical conflict to thrill all fantasy
fans.

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About Philip Reeve

Philip Reeve's first novel Mortal Engines was published to an incredible critical acclaim which his subsequent books have emulated. He is the author of the Larklight trilogy for Bloomsbury. Philip lives in Devon. David Wyatt, has illustrated many beautiful covers for authors including Terry Pratchett and Philip Pullman. He lives in Devon, and is a keen

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