Fever Crumb

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Fever Crumb
Author Philip Reeve
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series Fever Crumb Series
Genre Steampunk
Publisher Scholastic Corporation
Publication date
5 May 2009
Media type Print (Hardback, Paperback)
ISBN 978-1-4071-0242-9
OCLC 310156545
Preceded by A Darkling Plain
Followed by A Web of Air

Fever Crumb is a young adult post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by Philip Reeve, published in 2009. Sequels called A Web of Air (2010) and Scrivener's Moon (2011) follow. The books of the Fever Crumb Series are prequels to the Mortal Engines Quartet series of novels by the same author.

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At a critical juncture in The Dead (2010), the second novel in Charlie Higson's post-apocalyptic series The Enemy, Chris Marker "retreats to the safety of stories". While his surviving classmates argued about whether to seek safer refuge 25 miles away, in London, or in the countryside, "He was reading a science-fiction adventure called Fever Crumb, set in London hundreds of years in the future. He found that reassuring."[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Charlie Higson (2010). The Dead. New York: Hyperion. pp. 1–3, Chapter 9. 
  1. Philip Reeve, Scholastic Ltd.
  2. Book review, The Independent
  3. Book Review, Fantastic Fiction