The Monster War

The Monster War By Alan Gratz, The Monster War The Monster War is the third book in the action packed steampunk League of Seven series by acclaimed author Alan Gratz Having discovered the monstrous secret of his origins Archie Dent is no longer
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  • Author: Alan Gratz
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  • The Monster War By Alan Gratz, The Monster War is the third book in the action packed, steampunk League of Seven series by acclaimed author Alan Gratz.Having discovered the monstrous secret of his origins, Archie Dent is no longer certain that he is worthy to be a member of the League of Seven But with new enemies to face, he realizes that he may not have the luxury of questioning his destiny.WieldingThe Monster War is the third book in the action packed, steampunk League of Seven series by acclaimed author Alan Gratz.Having discovered the monstrous secret of his origins, Archie Dent is no longer certain that he is worthy to be a member of the League of Seven But with new enemies to face, he realizes that he may not have the luxury of questioning his destiny.Wielding the Dragon Lantern, the maniacal Philomena Moffett has turned her back on the Septemberist Society, creating her own Shadow League and unleashing a monster army on the American continent Archie and his friends must race to find the last two members of their league in time to thwart Moffett s plan and rescue humanity once .
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    About "Alan Gratz"

    1. Alan Gratz

      Alan Gratz was born and raised in Knoxville, TN, home of the 1982 World s Fair After a carefree but humid childhood, Alan attended the University of Tennessee, where he earned a College Scholars degree with a specialization in creative writing, and later, a Master s degree in English education.In addition to writing plays, magazine articles, and a few episodes of AE s City Confidential, Alan has taught catapult building to middle schoolers, written than 6,000 radio commercials, sold other people s books, lectured at a Czech university, and traveled the galaxy as a space ranger One of those is not true Alan is the author of one of the ALA s 2007 Top Ten Best Books for Young Adults, Samurai Shortstop Dial 2006 , and Something Rotten Dial 2007 , a contemporary young adult murder mystery based on Hamlet He is currently at work on a sequel, Something Wicked Dial 2008 , and a middle grade novel about family, baseball, and American history, called The Brooklyn Nine Dial 2009.Alan now lives with his wife Wendi and his daughter Jo in the high country of Western North Carolina, where he enjoys reading, eating pizza, and, perhaps not too surprisingly, watching baseball.

    473 thoughts on “The Monster War”

    1. Okay book three did not grab me the way the other two did Everything wrapped up, almost as an anti climax to all the battles


    2. Archie Dent is still reeling from the revelations about his origins He doesn t want to be a hero with the League of Seven any, he just wants to curl up in a corner and stay there Mr Rivets is having none of that and purposefully gets Archie kidnapped so he can figure out who is taking homeless children off the streets Archie meets Gonzalo, who is a blind Texas Ranger, and who carries a talking ray gun Archie realizes Gonzalo is the law bringer for the League of Seven and through their adventures [...]


    3. Archie Dent is a monster A monster lives inside Archie Dent A monster is tearing her way across the country turning ordinary people into twisted terrible creatures Monsters are starting to wake, ancient beasts who have broken the world A Monster War is brewing, and Archie Dent is one of seven people who can stop it, or at least contain it With the last two members joining us the League of Seven is complete and they are ready to fight A great book and honestly I hope this author keeps going with [...]


    4. The much anticipated finale maybe for The League of Seven series Mr Gratz shared he was interested in continuing it, if the publisher showed an interest I love how Mr Gratz has taken an old folktale and spun off of it, modernized it, and tossed it into a funky alt world steampunk setting It s an entertaining series that he builds well Like all his work, Mr Gratz knows the importance of any book is its heart, and he does an outstanding job of getting the reader emotionally invested in it This is [...]


    5. I m assuming everyone here has read all of them ok now goImagine the lueage going and trying to reclaim eroupe and the entire old worldI cans see it now splitting into two groups first stoping the waves somehow and being able to get across then one group starting from Afika and anouther starting from Scotland I m thinking a whole new series using Scotland as a base and slaying monsters to RETAKE THR OLD WORLD ARE YOU GUYS WITH ME


    6. I loved this series so much I loved all seven of the league Hachi and her flying circus, Fergus and his electric powers, Martine s spaciness, Gonzalo s pursuit of justice, Kitsune s wittiness, Clyde and Mrs DeMarcus, and of course, Archie The underdog, the Shadow, the monster Some reviews I read found the final boss battle was anticlimactic, but I think people are misinterpreting who the true bad guy is The ad guy isn t Moffet, it s Archie It s Archie grappling with himself, who he is, what was [...]


    7. Copy provided by Young Adult Books CentralArchie Dent is not up for an adventure right now, having found out his origins in The League of Seven and The Dragon Lantern He d just as soon curl up in a corner and never emerge, but Mr Rivets isn t having it The Mangleborn are rising again because people are using lektricity, and Philomena Moffett is using the power of the dragon lantern and must be stopped Mr Rivets gets Archie kidnapped on purpose so he can investigate the gang that is stealing home [...]


    8. It s good I really like the overarching themes of transparency and choice in who you become The monsters and action were fun too I continue to love the various Native American tribes that make up the United Nations in this alternate history I also love the reassigning of historical figures to new, interesting roles Archie s difficulties and the particular traps set for him in the book were also very interesting.However, the plot was a little too cute and fast in a few spots The League kicked but [...]


    9. There s a battle brewing between people that are mostly humans and people that are mostly monsters The Monster War by Alan Gratz is the third book in the League of Seven series The author introduces new characters in a way that is revolutionary This book includes foreshadowing on such a large scale that it could make one question if the whole series was planned out from the beginning For example it can be confusing why Gonzalo pointed se or x at Archie until near the end when everything comes to [...]


    10. What the hell was with that last page After all the growth Archie went through, he s right back to thinking he s not good enough to stand with his friends I really hope this isn t the last book because it would absolutely break my heart to end with Archie still feeling this way about himself After all he s been though, after all his friends literally fought with him to make him see that what you are doesn t make you a monster, it s what you choose to do with your life that define you as a hero o [...]


    11. While Archie mopes around because of his newfound true identity, his increasingly independently thinking machine man sends him out to do some good in the world By so doing, Archie meets the very intriguing final members of the League of Seven, and gathers the will to end the Monster War that has been sweeping across the United Nations More fun with alternate history , opportunities for heroism, forgiveness, and change Quite satisfying.


    12. Definitely the weakest of the series for me It began to feel and like Gratz just wanted to pull in some representative of every culture or mythology or steam punk doodad he could think of, and for me this rendered it a real mess I like the series and enjoyed reading it with my kids, but was glad to turn the last page of this installment.


    13. The Monster War is an awesome ending to a fun trilogy You can t really go wrong with ninja robots, giant monsters, superpowers, and steampunk blended together in a rollicking adventure I only wish there were another trilogy set in the same world coming along Here s hoping it will happen someday.


    14. This was a nice if a bit abrupt end to a great three book series The second novel is my favorite by a whisker But I found myself chuckling and re reading passages from this one quite a bit As a whole, I recommend this series for kids 10 99, well done, Mr Gratz.


    15. This was a disappointment as a series ender It moved slow in the beginning and then seemed rushed at the end I also got rather annoyed with Archie Glad to have wrapped it up, but could have finished stronger.


    16. Not a fan of the content myself ended up flipping through the entire trilogy just to see what happens after reading the first part of book one I also must agree with another reviewer that I would seriously question many aspects of this book as being appropriate for middle schoolers.


    17. This was the best of all 3 books I completely couldn t put this one down It didn t have as much of the backstory to tell and only needed to add two additional leaguers, but it was cohesive than the other books I loved the whole series, but this was my favorite.




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