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Gunnerkrigg Court Volume 4: Materia (original 2013; edition 2013)

by Tom Siddell (Author), Rebecca Taylor (Editor)

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Title:Gunnerkrigg Court Volume 4: Materia
Authors:Tom Siddell (Author)
Other authors:Rebecca Taylor (Editor)
Info:Archaia Entertainment, LLC (2013), Hardcover, 336 pages. Collects Chapters 32-41 of the webcomic Gunnerkrigg Court (gunnerkrigg.com).
Collections:Moorestown
Rating:****
Tags:comics, british, 21c, Gunnerkrigg Court, fantasy, webcomics, school-age sleuths, series

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Gunnerkrigg Court: Materia by Thomas Siddell (2013)

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Excellent characters, mythology, aesthetics, and story-tone in this series. It's constantly charming. ( )
  valzi | Sep 7, 2016 |
Book 4 and currently the last one printed. :(. I enjoy reading this series. It is very imaginative with lots of mysteries. Kat learns about the Diagos cubes for programming and the year 9 students have moved into sub-aquatic living conditions. The girls have an immense crab as a chaperone. Everyone is starting to think about the opposite sex as something more than the 'other'. There is also a great surprise for everyone at the end of the book. It makes you wonder what the Court is really up to. ( )
  readafew | Sep 2, 2013 |
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Annie returns from the forest and begins her third year at the Court. Her experience has left her changed, causing Kat to worry as they both struggle to find their place while their life changes around them. Together with their friends, they start to form a plan of action to deal with the tortured ghost they encountered the previous year, and in doing so, help Robot and Shadow form a new bond after a terrible accident. Annie continues to develop her powers and even takes part in a class full of former-fairies and animals, while Kat uncovers the mysteries of the ancient Court robots. Meanwhile, the search for the next Court Medium is drawing to a close, bringing with it new dangers and new revelations about the people Annie and Kat have met.… (more)

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