Fall of Heroes

Fall of Heroes The Cloak Society has risen and heroes will fall in the epic conclusion to the Cloak Society series a thrilling middle grade trilogy that s perfect for fans of the Alex Rider Adventures and the Clu

  • Title: Fall of Heroes
  • Author: Jeramey Kraatz
  • ISBN: 9780062095558
  • Page: 357
  • Format: ebook
  • The Cloak Society has risen and heroes will fall in the epic conclusion to the Cloak Society series a thrilling middle grade trilogy that s perfect for fans of the Alex Rider Adventures and the 39 Clues.The Cloak Society has finally risen to power by posing as the saviors of Sterling City As long as the people believe Cloak s lies, Alex and his friends are all that standThe Cloak Society has risen and heroes will fall in the epic conclusion to the Cloak Society series a thrilling middle grade trilogy that s perfect for fans of the Alex Rider Adventures and the 39 Clues.The Cloak Society has finally risen to power by posing as the saviors of Sterling City As long as the people believe Cloak s lies, Alex and his friends are all that stand in the way of total Cloak domination But to bring Cloak to justice, Alex must make a final stand against his parents, his past, and the life of supervillainy he s always known.Praised by Publishers Weekly for its rapid fire, comic book style action and by School Library Journal for having the same wide appeal as Rick Riordan s Percy Jackson books, the Cloak Society trilogy delivers high stakes battles, extraordinary superpowers, and an original twist on the superhero stories readers know and love Can a villain ever truly become a hero In this explosive series finale, the stakes are higher than ever and the answer will be decided once and for all.

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    1. Great conclusion to the excellent series!As with the other books in this series, it's a fast paced story from start to finish. The plot definitely held my interest. The characters as always felt real and the teenagers actually acted like real teenagers. I really cared about the main characters and even now after the series is over find myself wanting more.

    2. Wow.It was such an amazing conclusion to the Cloak Society story. I admit, I am going to really miss this series and even though I just read it, I already want to dig myself back into the world of Alex and Misty and Kirby and Bug.In one way, the series is really simply written, compared to some other books I have read. But it doesn't need to be super detailed for the plot to be conveyed and for the reader to enjoy what is going on.I am really gonna miss the world of Sterling City Texas, with int [...]

    3. Plot/Execution/Characters:I feel like this is another example of an author too attached to their characters. (view spoiler)[ Not a single one of the main characters dies, excluding Zip.(hide spoiler)] Tragedy has to be woven into a story like this, where the characters always have death hanging over their heads; otherwise, relatablility is lost.Other than that, the plot was good, and the execution was great. Notably, you do have to pay attention in the battle scenes or you'll get lost.The charac [...]

    4. There were so many ways that this could have gone wrong. Cliche love story, the older heroes returning just in the nick of time and saving everyone. A villain suddenly having a change of heart after Alex knocks some sense into them. All of these tropes could have happened and made it a good story, but instead it firmly plows through these tropes and told its own story giving its characters the respect they deserve. A conclusion that wrapped up nicely after a story that played out fluidly through [...]

    5. The last book of the trilogy by Jeramey Kraatz. Spoilers ahead for the earlier books.It opens with a fight -- a distraction -- as the rescue mission goes into full blast in hopes of saving the day from the machinations of Cloak.It involves a good look at the horrors of the Gloom, more history of Cloak and the Rangers, an adult not listening to the kids when he should have, the lessons that both superheroes and supervillains learn that don't involve their powers, a nice way of dealing with the pr [...]

    6. Disclaimer : I received this book as a giveaway on the premise that I would review it. My copy was an uncorrected proof; some changes may be present in the final product.This review has SPOILERS for the first two books in the trilogy, The Cloak Society and Villains Rising. If you’re the sort of reader whose experience is lessened by having surprises revealed, you may want to check out a review for the first book instead.Alex Knight was brought up in the Cloak Society, trained by his parents S [...]

    7. I was lucky enough to score an ARC of this one from Jeramey Kraatz's blog and devoured it this weekend. It is a great ending to the Cloak Society trilogy. Fans of the series will definitely enjoy this read. Fall of Heroes picks up right where Rise of Villains left off (with all of our jaws on the floor as the appearance of the "new Rangers" was made). Alex and his friends must once again find a way to stop Cloak (their former friends and family) from taking over not only Sterling City but also t [...]

    8. 2014/10/15OHMYGOSHILOVEYOUGUYSI'm so I just *beams* YES! YES! *fist-pumps several times, grinning like a maniac*(Excuse my lack of coherency)Ahem.This is an excellent series, for middle-grade and beyond.It's well-written and NOT preachy.They are human, warts and all! YES! YES! YES!There are some slow parts to wade through (ah, history! whatever would we do without you?) in Book 1, but those are few and rather interesting as far as background story goes.The rest of it, the story sucks you right i [...]

    9. Here is the gripping conclusion to the trilogy. Alex has to come to terms with his uncomfortable position of being the leader of a small ragtag group that is all that stands between Alex's own villainous family and the rest of the world. One of the most attractive things to me about the second book & this one is the nearly total lack of any desire for revenge on Alex's part (though he is occasionally tempted) and Alex's clear focus on protecting people who are in danger of being dominated by [...]

    10. Alex knight is about to go into battle with his parents for the second time. But this time it wont be the same. Alex was born into society that has vowed to take over the world. But Alex and some of his team mates left the society to do what they thought was right. They where taught sense they where born to destroy any one who doesn't fear them. But the society hasn't told him that them they wernt the first "defects" (as the Arthur put it) to join the Ranger of Justices. But what they find out i [...]

    11. =============================Update as of January 31, 2018 A.D.=============================My original review (see the content immediately below) is faulty. This book is even greater than its prequels. Just absolutely splendidly spiffingly delightful, provided you're in the mood to be delighted. But a book can change a mood, so there you go. Speaking of which, this series is just the excellent thing if you find yourself accidentally abhorring The Count of Monte Cristo.=====================Origi [...]

    12. Misty has become an important character despite being the youngest, and newest, hero. She's able to secretly move others characters around, and she seems to be the one who swoops in to save them. Alex has been dealing with an internal conflict throughout the series. He's battling Cloak, but his parents are leaders of the criminals. Alex used to be part of it that group, I and his mother constantly plays mind games with him. I like how the characters use their strengths and weaknesses to work tog [...]

    13. A very fun series! I bought and read the first two books before reading this one, definitely a series that should be read in order I think. Without giving too much away, this is my favorite kind of superhero book, where the lines are blurred and things are not always what they seem. A quick and easy, though not always light, read. I had a great time and look forward to more in the series, should it continue. Maybe prequels?

    14. The Cloak Society has finally risen to power—by posing as the saviors of Sterling City. As long as the people believe Cloak's lies, Alex and his friends are all that stand in the way of total Cloak domination. But to bring Cloak to justice, Alex must make a final stand against his parents, his past, and the life of supervillainy he's always known.

    15. Say goodbye to the Cloak Society. And say hello to Alex and his Knights. "We've got bright superhero futures ahead of us," says Kirbie. To be continued (hopefully).Full review here: superheronovels/2014/10/24

    16. Great!!!!this book is awesome! <3 <3 :)I wish Jeremy kratz wrote more books!I've always wished I had superpowers.I wish I was in this book. I also wish I was in the hunger games and the Percy Jackson seriesep writing Jeremy!!!!

    17. I love this series! I have young boys who are just starting to read more and this series has really kept them interested and entertained. Great job Jeramey!

    18. Fall of heroesIt was a good book, but it had a surprising ending, and I felt like there were quite a few loose ends that weren't tied up.

    19. Jeramey Kraatz had done it again! I enjoyed this book very much. I do wish it would of maybe showcased some new powers or a combo of 2 or more teammates powers. Good stuff I hope more come out!

    20. One the best books everThis is a must read and if u don't like it, u are insane.I'll read this series over and over again.

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