Fall of Heroes (Cloak Society #3) (Hardcover)

By Jeramey Kraatz

HarperCollins, 9780062095534, 320pp.

Publication Date: September 30, 2014

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

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 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.



About the Author

Jeramey Kraatz is the author of the Space Runners series and the Cloak Society series, and he is a graduate of the MFA writing program at Columbia University. Jeramey lives in Texas, where he sometimes teaches, sometimes writes cartoon scripts, and is always up for queso. You can fi nd him at www.jerameykraatz.com or on Twitter @jerameykraatz.



Praise For Fall of Heroes (Cloak Society #3)

“Ideal for middle grade readers ready for a little bit more of a challenge… a satisfying resolution.”
— School Library Journal

“Dangers, debacles, and superhuman feats galore.”
— Kirkus Reviews

Praise for The Cloak Society: “Readers should find it easy to dig into the rapid-fire, comic book–style action.”
— Publishers Weekly

“An original fantasy world with a detailed backstory and myriad intriguing characters. This debut novel is a strong start to a series that will likely find the same wide appeal as Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson books.”
— School Library Journal

“The Cloak Society must have zapped me like kryptonite, because the moment I opened it, I was frozen in place, reading long into the night, unable to move until I turned the last page.”
— Christopher Healy, author of The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom