Catalogue Number: M3N-S6KA
- Author: Patrick Ness
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
- Published: 04 October 2010
- ISBN: 9781406326123
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This is the electrifying finale to the multiple award-winning trilogy, Chaos Walking . 'War', says the Mayor. 'At last'. Three armies march on New Prentisstown, each one intent on destroying the others. Todd and Viola are caught in the middle, with no chance of escape. As the battles commence, how can they hope to stop the fighting? How can there ever be peace when they're so hopelessly outnumbered? And if war makes monsters of men, what terrible choices await? But then a third voice breaks into the battle, one bent on revenge...The electrifying finale to the award-winning Chaos Walking trilogy, Monsters of Men is a heart-stopping novel about power, survival, and the devastating realities of war.
Patrick Ness is the author of The Knife of Never Letting Go and The Ask and the Answer - books one and two in the Chaos Walking trilogy - for which he has won numerous awards, including the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize and the Booktrust Teenage Prize. He was also shortlisted for the Carnegie medal. Patrick has written two other books for adults and is a literary critic for the Guardian. He lives in London.