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The Wonder Engine

The Wonder Engine

Scritto da T. Kingfisher

Narrato da Khristine Hvam


The Wonder Engine

Scritto da T. Kingfisher

Narrato da Khristine Hvam

valutazioni:
4.5/5 (48 valutazioni)
Lunghezza:
10 ore
Pubblicato:
Jul 23, 2019
ISBN:
9781721339648
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descrizione

In the sequel to Clockwork Boys, Slate, Brenner, Caliban and Learned Edmund have arrived in Anuket City, the source of the mysterious Clockwork Boys. They even managed to build some trust in each other's skills. That trust is built on quicksand as the risks continue to escalate. But the secrets they're keeping could well destroy them, before the city even gets the chance...

Old foes and consequences of past decisions lurk in the shadows. Every team member's skills are required to succeed--even more so if they hope to survive.

The Wonder Engine never lets us forget our funny, broken group even as the action propels our heroes to new highs and lows. It shows that making the most of the rest of your life can be rewarding--no matter how many mechanical abominations you need to destroy to get there.

Pubblicato:
Jul 23, 2019
ISBN:
9781721339648
Formato:
Audiolibro


Informazioni sull'autore

T. Kingfisher, also known as Ursula Vernon, is the author and illustrator of many projects, including the webcomic “Digger,” which won the Hugo Award for Best Graphic Story and the Mythopoeic Award. Her novelette “The Tomato Thief” won the Hugo Award for Best Novelette, and her short story “Jackalope Wives” won the Nebula Award for Best Story. She is also the author of the bestselling Dragonbreath, and the Hamster Princess series of books for children. Find her online at RedWombatStudio.com.

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  • (3/5)
    The characters and story are compelling, I keep looking forward to what's going to happen next and how the characters would react. The narration is OK, nothing special, and the narrator manages to do enough voices that I can keep track of who's speaking. However, the author's penchant of inserting the character's thoughts in the first person, e.g. 'What am I thinking this is stupid', already diverting in print form, is worsened in audiobook form. Those 'asides' break the flow of the scene, do not contribute anything substantive to the characterization or the plot, and are not even amusing or witty.