Ironhand (Stoneheart Trilogy, Book 2)

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Disney Electronic Content, Jul 10, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 258 pages
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In this sequel to Stoneheart, the epic battle between London''''s statues and gargoyles continues and George Chapman comes one step closer to fulfiling his destiny as a maker.
 

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WELL I HAVEN'T READ THIS BOOK, BUT I HAVE READ THE FIRST ONE AND THE FIRST ONE IS GREAT!! I HOPE I GET IT SOON, BUT THEN AGAIN I ALSO LIKE VIOLENT BOOKS SO IF YOURE A GUY AND YOU LIKE VIOLENT BOOK (LIKE ME) THEN U'D BE INTERESTED

Contents

Careless Talk Costs Lives
Ariel Rising
The Icarus Alone
Digging
Friars Deal
The Last Knight
Black News
A Wilderness of Mirrors

Airborne
Red Queen
Edie Alone
Hung at the Tate
The Killing Bull
The Tallyman
Gunner in the Dark
Paternoster
The Stroke Dolorous
Tyburns Last Victim
Black Mirror
Hunters Moon
Eigengang
Queen Takes Knight
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Charlie Fletcher studied English Literature at St. Andrews in Scotland and screenwriting at the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television in Los Angeles. He has written for television, film, and had also done a spot of journalism before writing The Stoneheart Trilogy, his first series for children. Charlie lives in Edinburgh with his wife, two children, and a terrier called Archie.

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