Come With Me, Zen Starling, She Had Said The Girl In The Red Coat But How Did She Know His Name The Great Network Is A Place Of Drones And Androids, Maintenance Spiders And Station Angels The Place Of The Thousand Gates, Where Sentient Trains Criss Cross The Galaxy In A Heartbeat Zen Starling Is A Petty Thief, A Street Urchin From Thunder City So When Mysterious Stranger Raven Sends Zen And His New Friend Nova On A Mission To Infiltrate The Emperor S Train, He Jumps At The Chance To Traverse The Great Network, To Cross The Galaxy In A Heartbeat, To Meet Interesting People And To Steal Their Stuff But The Great Network Is A Dangerous Place, And Zen Has No Idea Where His Journey Will Take Him
Philip Reeve was born and raised in Brighton, where he worked in a bookshop for a number of years while also co writing, producing and directing a number of no budget theatre projects.Philip then began illustrating and has since provided cartoons for around forty children s books, including the best selling Horrible Histories, Murderous Maths and Dead Famous series.Railhead, published by Oxford University Press, will be published in the UK in October 2015Pugs of the Frozen North, written with Sarah McIntyre, is out now.
- 299 pages
- Philip Reeve
- 23 November 2017 Philip Reeve