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The Havoc Machine : A Novel of the Clockwork Empire
by Steven Harper


Overview - "In a world riddled with the destruction of men and machines alike, Thaddeus Sharpe takes to the streets of St. Petersburg, geared toward the hunt of his life" .

Thaddeus Sharpe s life is dedicated to the hunting and killing of clockworkers. When a mysterious young woman named Sofiya Ekk approaches him with a proposition from a powerful employer, he cannot refuse.  Read more...


 
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Overview
"In a world riddled with the destruction of men and machines alike, Thaddeus Sharpe takes to the streets of St. Petersburg, geared toward the hunt of his life" .

Thaddeus Sharpe s life is dedicated to the hunting and killing of clockworkers. When a mysterious young woman named Sofiya Ekk approaches him with a proposition from a powerful employer, he cannot refuse. A man who calls himself Mr. Griffin seeks Thad s help with mad clockwork scientist Lord Havoc, who has molded a dangerous machine. Mr. Griffin cares little if the evil Lord lives or dies; all he desires is Havoc s invention.

Upon Thad s arrival at Havoc s laboratory, he is met with a chilling discovery. Havoc is not only concealing his precious machine; he has been using a young child by the name of Nikolai for cruel experiments. Locked into a clockwork web of intrigue, Thad must decipher the dangerous truth surrounding Nikolai and the chaos contraption before havoc reigns ."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780451417046
  • ISBN-10: 0451417046
  • Publisher: Roc
  • Publish Date: May 2013
  • Page Count: 400
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP

Series: Novel of the Clockwork Empire

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