Made by Maddie
Disclaimer: I don't own these characters.
Mortal Engines Fancast by skytramp
- Daniela Bobadilla as Katherine Valentine
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Wolf Kobold - Ben Barnes
The grey dawn and the landing lights and the wind flapping his coat-tails about made him look more handsome and piratical than ever. But Wren had always had a soft spot for pirates and at least Wolf’s smile was friendly and welcoming.
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Theo Ngoni - John Boyega
It was all Wren’s doing, he thought as he fell. Wren; that odd, brave, funny girl whom he had met in Brighton, his fellow slave. “Go home to your mother and father,” she had told him, after they escaped together. “They still love you, and they’ll welcome you, I’m sure.’ And she had been right.
Cynthia Twite - Roxanne McKee
‘I don’t suppose Cynthia’s even your real name, is it?’
The other girl looked surprised. ‘Of course it is. Why shouldn’t it be?’
‘Well, it’s not very spy-ish,’ said Wren.
Nimrod Pennyroyal - Simon Fisher-Becker
He didn’t want to talk about London’s wreck, and so he steered the conversation back towards Professor Pennyroyal’s favourite subject: Professor Pennyroyal.
Thaddeus Valentine - Johnny Depp
Valentine jumped to his feet and came striding over to take it. He was a tall, handsome man of nearly forty with a mane of silver-flecked black hair and a trim black beard. His grey, mariner’s eyes twinkled with humour, and on his forehead a third eyes- the Guild-mark of the Historian, a blue eye that looks backwards into time- seemed to wink as he raised a quizzical eyebrow.
Anna Fang - Sonia Couling
The woman in the red coat had come silently to his side; a lean, handsome woman with badgery slashes of white in her short black hair. Reflections of the hurricane lamps danced in her sunglasses, and when she smiled Tom noticed that her teeth were stained red.
Hester Shaw - Amanda Righetti
(p.s. you’ll have to imagine the scar of course)
She felt guilty and stupid. Guilty because she had been happy in the air with Tom, and it was wrong to be happy while Valentine was wandering about unpunished. Stupid because, when he gave her the shawl, she had started to hope that Tom really liked her, and thinking of Valentine made her remember that nobody could like her, not in that way, not ever.
Wren Natsworthy - Rose Leslie
This is what brought Mum and Dad together, she thought. There’s a togetherness that comes from adventures like this, and it’s strong enough to overcome anything; mistrust, ugliness, anything.