Behemoth (Leviathan Trilogy, #2)
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Behemoth

by Scott Westerfeld
Release date: September 23, 2010
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, alternate historysteampunk, young adult

Andre Norton Award nominee 2010, Locus Award nominee 2011.

The Leviathan arrives in Constantinople, a city where Clanker culture and Darwinst principles intersect in the most intriguing ways. Dr Barlow and Deryn deliver their precious cargo to the Sultan, but their peace-keeping mission goes unexpectedly – and disastrously – awry. Now the only way to save themselves in this hostile, politically-charged city is for Dr Barlow to offer up the thing that matters most: the air ship.

Alek escapes from his prison camp and goes on the run with his men and the loris while Count Volger stays behind to fend-off the pursuit, forcing Alek to take on new responsibilities. Meanwhile a secret mission lands Deryn in serious danger... and leads both teens to re-evaluate their precarious situations in the world.

(updated 2016-11-02)

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