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Philip Reeve, born 1966, came to prominence with his first book, Mortal Engines. Part of the huge post Harry Potter wave of juvenile literature, this is one of the few to stand the test of time and survive the hype. Not only that but it was nominated for the Whitbread and won the Smarties Award. The series has continued with two other books, to date, and they have lost nothing in terms of quality. Needless to say this has brought collectable interest. The second and third in the series had very large print runs are are available for very reasonable prices. Serious collectors may want to consider buying only signed copies. The first book is scarcer and does attract a premium. Collectors should note to issue point on the dust jacket and also ensure the number 1 appears in the printers key on the copyright page. The other titles have been hampered in terms of collectability, not just because they have been overshadowed by his main series but also the format of the books.
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Title   Date Notes
Mortal Engines Scholastic 2001 1st issue DJ, no blurb to rear panel
Predator's Gold As Above 2003  
Infernal Devices Ditto 2005  

Others

Title   Date Notes
Henry VIII and His Chopping Block Scholastic 1999 Illustrated by. Paperback original
The Big Freeze Scholastic 2002 Softcover
Day of the Hamster Scholastic 2002 Wrappers
Night of the Living Veg Scholastic 2002 PBO
Horatio Nelson and His Victory Hippo 2003 Wraps
Custardfinger Scholastic 2003 PBO
A Darkling Plain Scholastic 2006  

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