Storm Thief

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Scholastic Press, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 310 pages
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A darkly thrilling new novel from master storyteller Chris Wooding, about a civilization plagued by chaos and reality-rearranging storms.

Orokos is a city of chaos, lashed by probability storms that re-order the world wherever they strike. It covers every inch of the rocky island that it dominates. It has stood for so long that history has forgotten it, and its citizens no longer question what exists beyond its walls. Then three of its denizens discover a map that holds the key to the secret at the heart of Orokos. But there are others, such as the Chief of the Protectorate Secret Police who would do anything to get their hands on that power...anything at all...

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it was rediculously great as others say "its a page turner" and "i couldnt put the book down" the book was a real time stealer it was intresting its even worth reading twice of which i shall do. this book is not hard to read even for those who have a hard time reading, this isnt that hard to read as long as you have a good imagination. 

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The first book and only book I've read of Chris Wooding and it went pretty good. The audience is for people who are adventurous and who are fans of science fictions. The story follows Rail, Moa, and ... Read full review


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Chris Wooding began writing at the age of 16, and his first novel Crashing was published when he was 19. Since that time, he's written dozens of novels in several genres, notably the award-winning The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray; Poison; Storm Thief; the Malice series; and the graphic novel, Pandemonium.

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