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Lockdown: Volume Eight
Lockdown: Volume Eight
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Tony Hawk's 900 Revolution

Lockdown: Volume Eight

With one member in exile and others on lockdown, the Revolution team is falling apart fast and their enemies are picking up the pieces! With each new Artifact, the gang of troublesome teens, known as the Collective, grows more and more powerful. If the team can't pull themselves together, the Revolution might be overthrown by evil.

 
DeweyFic
GenreAdventure
  
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 5-9
GRLN
Lexile Level850L
ATOS Level5.5
AR Points2
AR Quiz #149352
  
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
  
ISBN978-1-4342-3314-1
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandTony Hawk's 900 Revolution
Copyright2012
  
Page Dimensions5 3/4" x 8 1/4"
Page Count128
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $25.32 School/Library Price
$18.99
 
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VOYA - Jennifer M. Miskec

"The first of the newest four books in the series find the youngest members of the Revolution crew working together without direct supervision. Things are going well at first: Dylan and Amy are scoping out a skate park in Minneapolis, and Joey and Omar are checking out some local caves in St. Paul, both teams hot on the heels of the magical skateboard fragment they have traced to the region. Both teams soon run into trouble, though, when members of the Collective, their evil counterparts, find the teens and attempt to claim the fragment for themselves. Of course the Revolution team obtains the fragment and gets away safely, with just a little help from their elders, but as soon as the team completes one mission, they head right to another: Venice in book 6, Mexico in book 7, and Hawaii in book 8. In each volume, new characters are introduced and old characters resurface, sometimes helping the Revolution crew and sometimes exposing their vulnerabilities. After reading books 5–8, this series seems like NCIS for ‘tween boys. With the silver-haired and unflinching director, Eldrick, followed by his loyal, talented, and street-smart team of agents, each book plays out like a new episode: a different villain, a new location, a special agent’s skill set highlighted, maybe even a little flirtation between the cast. The series is gratifying for the same reasons the favorite TV drama is gratifying: because it is familiar, part changing story and part single overarching narrative (to get all of the magic fragments of Tony Hawk’s busted skateboard). The shift to graphic novel style at the climax in each book also adds to the visual quality of the series. The premise is a bit silly, but the series is still good fun." - VOYA

August 1, 2012

Matthew K Manning

Matthew K Manning

Over the course of Matthew K. Manning's writing career, he has written comics or books starring Batman, Superman, the Flash, the Justice League, and even Bugs Bunny. Some of his more recent works include the popular hardcover for Andrews McMeel Publishing entitled The Batman Files, a graphic novel retelling of The Fall of the House of Usher, and several DC Super Heroes books for Stone Arch Books. He lives in Mystic, Connecticut with his wife Dorothy and daughter Lillian.

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