Clem Hetherington and the Ironwood Race ePUB Á Clem

Clem Hetherington and the Ironwood Race The start of an exhilarating high stakes graphic novel series that is sure to appeal to fans of Kazu KibuishiA dangerous rally race and archaeologyClementine Hetherington and her robot brother Digory have run away from the orphanage they've been living in since their parents died Clem and Dig want to follow in their famous archaeologist mother's footsteps but no one will take them seriously Their chance arrives when a man from their past saves Digory's life and to repay the debt they enter a multiday rally race to recover stolen artifacts Clem and Dig hope to win so they can give the artifacts to a museum but their opponents want to sell them on the black market The Ironwood Race has no rules and Clem and Dig might be in over their heads

10 thoughts on “Clem Hetherington and the Ironwood Race

  1. says:

    Would love telling in this and a bit less showing isn't that weird? So much focus is on the race and the chase and explosions that there isn't much exposition when I really wanted itAll in all very cool idea and I want to read I was totally rooting for the MCs and as I'm a sucker for book with an archaeology theme this was an easy win for me I just w

  2. says:

    I do love race stories crazy contests and post apocalyptic tales and this book has all of those things plus a robot brother and a super awesome art style

  3. says:

    This graphic novel was a bit of a mess This is what I know Clem has a robot named Digory for a brother This is perfectly normal in this unusual world of humans robots and anthropomorphic animals and insects Clem and Digory ran away from an orphanage and are living in a dilapidated building Clem has some serious archaeologist skills most likely inherited from her famou

  4. says:

    Parts of this were really good Orphan girl and robot in a really interesting convincing Sci fi world But the story falls short in several ways odd leaps in logically or story telling What's sad is I'm sure all of the jarring jumps could have been addressed with better editing the underlying story and writing were good

  5. says:

    Mad Max meets competitive Archeology

  6. says:

    Rad story rad art Clem and her robot brother Gregory join a black market off road archeological race Hard to explian easier to read Check it out

  7. says:

    35 stars it was fun and breezy sort of Mad Max meets archeology I didn't dislike it nor did I love it it was perfectly fine if I was a kid I would have LOVED this

  8. says:

    Copy provided by Young Adult Books CentralClem's archaeologist parents were both killed in an unfrotunate accident and she has been sent to an orphanage from which she has escaped She goes to the Professor hoping he will let her work on his digs but he says that she is too young at 14 to do this She and her robot companion Digory live in an abandoned building that has enough electricity to keep Digory charg

  9. says:

    13 year old Clem and her robot brother Digory have run away from the orphanage They long for the days of excitement when they used to conduct archaeological excavations with their parents On the run those days seem long gone until an oldfriend and partner of Clem’s folks returns with another chance for some adventureClem and Digory are recruited to drive their father’s custom made roadster in a competition call

  10. says:

    I didn't think I'd like this graphic novel part of a planned series as much as I did I saw a robot in a car on the cover and I immediately concluded that it would focus on some kind of road race And while that conjecture is true there is a whole lot to the book than what's on the cover Fourteen year old Clementine Hetherington and her robot brother Digory are on the lam hiding from the authorities after running away from

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