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by Philip Reeve,Kjartan Poskitt

Subcategory: Teenagers
Author: Philip Reeve,Kjartan Poskitt
ISBN: 0439959195
ISBN13: 978-0439959193
Language: English
Publisher: Scholastic Press (October 2, 2006)
Pages: 432
Fb2 eBook: 1497 kb
ePub eBook: 1215 kb
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Urgum the Axeman is the fiercest barbarian the Lost Desert has ever known

Urgum the Axeman is the fiercest barbarian the Lost Desert has ever known. I bought this book for my son (who is 9 years old) - with the hope that this would be THE BOOK to get him keen on reading versus playing video games or playing on the computer. Although he still does those things in his spare time - he did read this book from cover to cover and loved it. This book has a good mix of solid reading text and cartoon pictures. The pictures are not overdone and helps in the telling and mood of the story.

Urgum the Axeman book. I am not a big fan of book with illustration but Philip Reeve did a excellent job of sketching a proper face and figure for each character which goes way perfectly with the Poskitt's narration. I fall in love with Divina; Her mean look reminded me of my roommate though.

Kjartan Poskitt (born 15 May 1956 in York) is a British author and TV presenter who is best known for writing the Murderous Maths children's series of books. Poskitt was born in York, England, grew up in Selby, Yorkshire and was educated at the Selby Abbey School, at Terrington Hall, North Yorkshire, and at Bootham School, York, before studying engineering at Collingwood College, Durham University.

Reeve provided cartoons for many books including those in the Horrible Histories and the Murderous Maths series and wrote the Buster Bayliss series of books for young readers . Urgum the Axeman (2006), by Kjartan Poskitt. Borgon the Axeboy series (from 2014), by Kjartan Poskitt.

Reeve provided cartoons for many books including those in the Horrible Histories and the Murderous Maths series and wrote the Buster Bayliss series of books for young readers, which currently includes Night of the Living Veg, The Big Freeze, Day of the Hamster, and Custardfinger. He is also the author and illustrator of a Dead Famous book, Horatio Nelson and His Victory. His first book for older readers was Mortal Engines which won the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize in ages category 9–11 years and made the Whitbread Book Award shortlist.

Philip Reeve (born 1966 in Brighton, United Kingdom) is a British author and illustrator. Urgum the Axeman (2006) (with Kjartan Poskitt). Murderous Maths (series). No Such Thing As Dragons (self). He wrote the Mortal Engines Quartet and the books surrounding the quartet. He presently lives on Dartmoor with his wife Sarah and their son Sam. He made a cameo in the film adaptation.

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This book has a good mix of solid reading text and cartoon pictures.

You'll laugh your head off. Urgum the Axeman is the fiercest barbarian the Lost Desert has ever known. I am on the lookout now to see if this author publishes more books of this type.

Urgum The Axeman (ISBN: 9781407102573) The first in a terrific new series likely to appeal to the 7 plus market. The storyline and the characters are wacky and witty and there are some terrific pictures by Philip Reeve. LoveReading View on Urgum The Axeman. The first in a terrific new series likely to appeal to the 7 plus market. The characters are not to be missed. Urgum and the seat of flames is the next one in the series. Urgum The Axeman Synopsis.

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Comments to eBook Urgum the Axeman
Falya
My son started reading these in England. When we moved there were no longer in our local library so I ordered the series.
ndup
I bought this book for my son (who is 9 years old) - with the hope that this would be THE BOOK to get him keen on reading versus playing video games or playing on the computer. Although he still does those things in his spare time -- he did read this book from cover to cover and loved it. This book has a good mix of solid reading text and cartoon pictures. The pictures are not overdone and helps in the telling and mood of the story. I am on the lookout now to see if this author publishes more books of this type.
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