Empire of Ruins

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Wendy Lamb Books, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 293 pages
7 Reviews
While on an assignment in Queensland, Australia, to discover the truth behind a powerful weapon known as the God Face, Modo, a teenaged, shape-changing hunchback living in Victorian London, battles the evil machinations of the Clockwork Guild and makes an astounding discovery--one that hinges on Modo's true appearance.
  

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User Review  - agdbk - LibraryThing

Arthur Slade delivers yet another fabulous adventure. I love everything about this series. Each book involves clever plots that play homage to well loved classics. The characters are well developed and charasmatic. And they are simply a rollickingly good time! Read full review

Review: Empire of Ruins (The Hunchback Assignments #3)

User Review  - Skylar - Goodreads

Just like Dark Deeps, Empire of Ruins was fabulous, but still not as good as the first novel. I liked the setting, liked the characters, and also liked that Slade took the characters out of their ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
16
Section 2
42
Section 3
58
Section 4
60
Section 5
67
Section 6
75
Section 7
78
Section 8
94
Section 22
162
Section 23
172
Section 24
184
Section 25
190
Section 26
192
Section 27
199
Section 28
Z-4
Section 29
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Section 9
98
Section 10
103
Section 11
107
Section 12
109
Section 13
111
Section 14
115
Section 15
119
Section 16
123
Section 17
131
Section 18
136
Section 19
137
Section 20
149
Section 21
155
Section 30
Z-17
Section 31
Z-24
Section 32
Z-37
Section 33
Z-49
Section 34
Z-53
Section 35
Z-57
Section 36
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Section 37
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Section 38
Z-72
Section 39
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Section 40
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About the author (2011)

ARTHUR SLADE has published several novels for young readers, including The Hunchback Assignments; Dark Deeps: The Hunchback Assignments 2; Jolted: Newton Starker's Rules for Survival; Megiddo's Shadow; Tribes; and Dust, which won the Governor General's Award for Children's Literature. He lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, with his wife, Brenda Baker, and their daughter. Visit him on the Web at ArthurSlade.com.

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