Mortal Engines (or: Fables for Robots) by the most famous Polish SF writer Stanisław Lem. This book, published originally in 1964, is one of his biggest accomplishments. Instead of wizards and dragons there are wise robots and power-hungry machines. For kids and adults, full of wit, sense of humor, intelligence: simply timeless.
Year: 2021
Page size: 135×225 mm (5.4×8.9 in.)
Pages: 224
Paper: Munken Print White 18 100 g
Binding: hardcover, half bound 
Cover material: spine with glossy finish, front and back: geltex 115 g uncoated stock
Typefaces: Brim Narrow Combined, Eurostile, Signifier (body)
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