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The League of Seven (SIGNED)

Gratz, Alan M.

ISBN 10: 076533822X / ISBN 13: 9780765338228
Published by Starscape, New York, 2014
Condition: As New Hardcover
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F/F in mylar. A 1st edition/1st printing copy in fine condition with full number line. Signed by author on title page. A League of Seven bookmark included. There is no wear to jacket. The jacket is not price clipped, the covers are clean and bright and the edges are sharp. No tears or creases. The binding is straight and tight. NO remainder mark, NOT ex-lib. Bookseller Inventory # 007621

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Title: The League of Seven (SIGNED)

Publisher: Starscape, New York

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Helquist, Brett

Book Condition: As New

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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[ The League of Seven Gratz, Alan ( Author ) ] { Hardcover } 2014

Review:

"A fast-paced, action-packed adventure of the best kind! The world of "The League of Seven" is wonderfully unique and refreshingly diverse--even the most reluctant of readers won't be able to put it down!" --Carrie Ryan, "New York Times "bestselling author

"An enticing alternate history presents an America in which Native tribes have as much power and presence as Yankees, with politics of their own to navigate. Gratz has created an imaginative world with appeal far beyond its immediate middle-grade market." --"Publishers Weekly"

"Gratz works an unusual twist into the familiar teens-saving-the-Earth-from-monsters trope: The protagonist is both archetypal hero and, at least potentially, nemesis.... Action, banter and steampunk-style tech aplenty--plus truly icky foes inspired, the author acknowledges, by the creations of H.P. Lovecraft--make this an appealingly fast-paced trilogy opener." --"Kirkus Reviews"""

"This hybrid of steampunk and alternate American history features a hell-raising girl's school, Atlantis, and three highly likable leads in a yarn rip-roaring from start to finish.... Moments of humor and pathos enliven the history and fantasy. Though the main plot concerning Archie's parents is resolved, there is plenty to address and discover in a sequel." --"Booklist"

"This steampunk love-letter set in an alternative 1870s America, packs in quite a lot of action." --"School Library Journal"

"A fast-paced, action-packed adventure of the best kind! The world of "The League of Seven" is wonderfully unique and refreshingly diverse--even the most reluctant of readers won't be able to put it down!" --Carrie Ryan, "New York Times "bestselling author

""The League of Seven" is amazingly interesting, unique, and captivating. From the steam-powered, clockwork-run 1870s setting to the persistent protagonist to the fresh takes on important historical events and figures, the novel is hard to put down. Although it is written for a middle school audience, it also provides a clean, fast-paced romp for older students who do not mind an easy read." --VOYA 5Q, 4P M J


"An enticing alternate history presents an America in which Native tribes have as much power and presence as Yankees, with politics of their own to navigate. Gratz has created an imaginative world with appeal far beyond its immediate middle-grade market." --"Publishers Weekly"

"Gratz works an unusual twist into the familiar teens-saving-the-Earth-from-monsters trope: The protagonist is both archetypal hero and, at least potentially, nemesis.... Action, banter and steampunk-style tech aplenty--plus truly icky foes inspired, the author acknowledges, by the creations of H.P. Lovecraft--make this an appealingly fast-paced trilogy opener." --"Kirkus Reviews"""

"This hybrid of steampunk and alternate American history features a hell-raising girl's school, Atlantis, and three highly likable leads in a yarn rip-roaring from start to finish.... Moments of humor and pathos enliven the history and fantasy. Though the main plot concerning Archie's parents is resolved, there is plenty to address and discover in a sequel." --"Booklist"

"This steampunk love-letter set in an alternative 1870s America, packs in quite a lot of action." --"School Library Journal"

"A fast-paced, action-packed adventure of the best kind! The world of "The League of Seven" is wonderfully unique and refreshingly diverse--even the most reluctant of readers won't be able to put it down!" --Carrie Ryan, "New York Times "bestselling author

"The League of Seven" is amazingly interesting, unique, and captivating. From the steam-powered, clockwork-run 1870s setting to the persistent protagonist to the fresh takes on important historical events and figures, the novel is hard to put down. Although it is written for a middle school audience, it also provides a clean, fast-paced romp for older students who do not mind an easy read. "VOYA 5Q, 4P M J"

An enticing alternate history presents an America in which Native tribes have as much power and presence as Yankees, with politics of their own to navigate. Gratz has created an imaginative world with appeal far beyond its immediate middle-grade market. "Publishers Weekly"

Gratz works an unusual twist into the familiar teens-saving-the-Earth-from-monsters trope: The protagonist is both archetypal hero and, at least potentially, nemesis . Action, banter and steampunk-style tech aplenty--plus truly icky foes inspired, the author acknowledges, by the creations of H.P. Lovecraft--make this an appealingly fast-paced trilogy opener. "Kirkus Reviews"

This hybrid of steampunk and alternate American history features a hell-raising girl's school, Atlantis, and three highly likable leads in a yarn rip-roaring from start to finish . Moments of humor and pathos enliven the history and fantasy. Though the main plot concerning Archie's parents is resolved, there is plenty to address and discover in a sequel. "Booklist"

This steampunk love-letter set in an alternative 1870s America, packs in quite a lot of action. "School Library Journal"

A fast-paced, action-packed adventure of the best kind! The world of "The League of Seven" is wonderfully unique and refreshingly diverse--even the most reluctant of readers won't be able to put it down! "Carrie Ryan, New York Times bestselling author""

The League of Seven is amazingly interesting, unique, and captivating. From the steam-powered, clockwork-run 1870s setting to the persistent protagonist to the fresh takes on important historical events and figures, the novel is hard to put down. Although it is written for a middle school audience, it also provides a clean, fast-paced romp for older students who do not mind an easy read. VOYA 5Q, 4P M J

An enticing alternate history presents an America in which Native tribes have as much power and presence as Yankees, with politics of their own to navigate. Gratz has created an imaginative world with appeal far beyond its immediate middle-grade market. Publishers Weekly

Gratz works an unusual twist into the familiar teens-saving-the-Earth-from-monsters trope: The protagonist is both archetypal hero and, at least potentially, nemesis . Action, banter and steampunk-style tech aplenty--plus truly icky foes inspired, the author acknowledges, by the creations of H.P. Lovecraft--make this an appealingly fast-paced trilogy opener. Kirkus Reviews

This hybrid of steampunk and alternate American history features a hell-raising girl's school, Atlantis, and three highly likable leads in a yarn rip-roaring from start to finish . Moments of humor and pathos enliven the history and fantasy. Though the main plot concerning Archie's parents is resolved, there is plenty to address and discover in a sequel. Booklist

This steampunk love-letter set in an alternative 1870s America, packs in quite a lot of action. School Library Journal

A fast-paced, action-packed adventure of the best kind! The world of The League of Seven is wonderfully unique and refreshingly diverse--even the most reluctant of readers won't be able to put it down! Carrie Ryan, New York Times bestselling author

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"The League of Seven is amazingly interesting, unique, and captivating. From the steam-powered, clockwork-run 1870s setting to the persistent protagonist to the fresh takes on important historical events and figures, the novel is hard to put down. Although it is written for a middle school audience, it also provides a clean, fast-paced romp for older students who do not mind an easy read." --VOYA 5Q, 4P M J

"An enticing alternate history presents an America in which Native tribes have as much power and presence as Yankees, with politics of their own to navigate. Gratz has created an imaginative world with appeal far beyond its immediate middle-grade market." --Publishers Weekly

"Gratz works an unusual twist into the familiar teens-saving-the-Earth-from-monsters trope: The protagonist is both archetypal hero and, at least potentially, nemesis.... Action, banter and steampunk-style tech aplenty--plus truly icky foes inspired, the author acknowledges, by the creations of H.P. Lovecraft--make this an appealingly fast-paced trilogy opener." --Kirkus Reviews

"This hybrid of steampunk and alternate American history features a hell-raising girl's school, Atlantis, and three highly likable leads in a yarn rip-roaring from start to finish.... Moments of humor and pathos enliven the history and fantasy. Though the main plot concerning Archie's parents is resolved, there is plenty to address and discover in a sequel." --Booklist

"This steampunk love-letter set in an alternative 1870s America, packs in quite a lot of action." --School Library Journal

"A fast-paced, action-packed adventure of the best kind! The world of The League of Seven is wonderfully unique and refreshingly diverse--even the most reluctant of readers won't be able to put it down!" --Carrie Ryan, New York Times bestselling author



-The League of Seven is amazingly interesting, unique, and captivating. From the steam-powered, clockwork-run 1870s setting to the persistent protagonist to the fresh takes on important historical events and figures, the novel is hard to put down. Although it is written for a middle school audience, it also provides a clean, fast-paced romp for older students who do not mind an easy read.- --VOYA 5Q, 4P M J

-An enticing alternate history presents an America in which Native tribes have as much power and presence as Yankees, with politics of their own to navigate. Gratz has created an imaginative world with appeal far beyond its immediate middle-grade market.- --Publishers Weekly

-Gratz works an unusual twist into the familiar teens-saving-the-Earth-from-monsters trope: The protagonist is both archetypal hero and, at least potentially, nemesis.... Action, banter and steampunk-style tech aplenty--plus truly icky foes inspired, the author acknowledges, by the creations of H.P. Lovecraft--make this an appealingly fast-paced trilogy opener.- --Kirkus Reviews

-This hybrid of steampunk and alternate American history features a hell-raising girl's school, Atlantis, and three highly likable leads in a yarn rip-roaring from start to finish.... Moments of humor and pathos enliven the history and fantasy. Though the main plot concerning Archie's parents is resolved, there is plenty to address and discover in a sequel.- --Booklist

-This steampunk love-letter set in an alternative 1870s America, packs in quite a lot of action.- --School Library Journal

-A fast-paced, action-packed adventure of the best kind! The world of The League of Seven is wonderfully unique and refreshingly diverse--even the most reluctant of readers won't be able to put it down!- --Carrie Ryan, New York Times bestselling author

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