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I Am Pilgrim: A Thriller
Terry Hayes
Legends of King Arthur: Idylls of the King
Alfred Lord Tennyson
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Mary Jo Salter, Margaret Ferguson, Jon Stallworthy

A Darkling Plain (Mortal Engines Quartet)

A Darkling Plain (Mortal Engines Quartet) - Philip Reeve The ending to this book was beautifully bittersweet, and it was a fantastic ending to a really good series of books that was handled and written well considering it was a such a dystopian theme. At times, perhaps more so in the previous books than this, but it felt as if the book was being a bit rushed: as if what was happening could have been more thoroughly explained, though this would possibly have taken the fast-paced nature away from this book, which is what makes them such good and fun reads, and at others the plot was going slowly, and a balance never seemed to be achieved, but because both were present the effect was not one that put me off reading it.

[I would add more if the box wasn't so slow at keeping up with my typing pace :( Maybe one day.]