Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 25 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
f. He got shot in the chest.
Brightwing. They seemed to always eat Brightwing bats in the first book.
Throbb was eating a bat and Shade saw him. Shade flew in an owl hole and saw Throbb eating a bat.
Shade was attacked by an owl and Goth saved him. An owl swooped down on Shade and Marina and Goth killed the bird.
Romulus. Romulus wanted to see their wings, and saved them because he was quite like them.
t. Shade was jealous that Zephyr was paying more attention to Marina than to him.
The gargoyles. He thought the gargoyles were beasts coming to kill them.
A briny smell. Marina brought Shade to sleep in the hut, and said that the smell was comforting.
A tropical flower. Shade was looking for a bat he had seen and he flew past her, thinking she was a flower.
He was afraid that he wouldn't be able to sleep. He was afraid of the fact that they would be sleeping for months, and what if he couldn't sleep? They would all be sleeping while he starved, trying to sleep.
kill an owl. Shade argued that a bat couldn't kill an owl, but Chinook said that his dad was huge.
Fly above the tree line in a lightning storm. Chinook's best friend was always one wingbeat away from Chinook.
over one thousand. Shade's mum told him just to keep his mouth open and swallow every once in a while.
She will be studying Zoology at the Sorbonne in Paris.. ...And Matt will be studying right across the river from her at the Airship Academy!
He is shot in the head by Szpirglas.. Before Bruce was treated for his injuries, Szpirglas got to him, and he was shot in the head.
sleeping elixir. Matt sneaks into the kitchen to give Chef Vlad some sleeping elixir, to make the pirates drowsy and inert.
They were locked in a hydrium pit.. Don't worry! They escape using Kate's harem pants as a balloon. Hydrium is a fictional gas that smells like mangoes, and is the means for airships to stay aloft.
A panther. Indeed, the size of a fully grown cloud cat is similar to that of a panther.
Mr. Featherstone. Mr. Featherstone was the ship's chief wireless operator.
Hot chocolate. In fact, it was hot chocolate that Kate requested. However, the two cups of hot chocolate were not for her and Miss Simpkins. Instead, she intended for Matt and herself to drink them.
He successfully brought The Endurance, a hot air balloon, into the safety of the airship by tying himself to a cable and towing it in.. When Matt saved the balloon, as well as the dying balloonist Benjamin Molloy, his crewmates began to call him "lighter than air."
The time period is undeclared, and is intended to be fictional.. The time period is, in fact, fictional. However, airships were primarily used during the late 1800s throughout the early 1900s, especially during the World War I years. The book suggests a "parallel universe" or "alternate reality," as indicated by the Latin endings on two well-known oceans; Atlanticus and Pacificus.
Lionsgate City. Lionsgate City is the fictional place where both Matt Cruse and Kate DeVries were raised. While the pair are off on adventures, that is where their families remain.