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Clash of Beasts: Going Wild, Book 3

By Mary Eisenhart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Superpowered tweens battle archvillain in thrilling finale.

Book Lisa McMann Fantasy 2018
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Lisa McMann brings her superpowered-tweens trilogy to an exciting conclusion, with disaster relief in Puerto Rico and lots of great new powers from obscure animals. Told in two alternating threads (Charlie and her friends' story is on white pages, Kelly's on black pages with white type), the page-turning plot of Clash of Beasts reaches a perilous, thrilling climax on an island in Mexico, as the villainous Dr. Gray and his hybrid minions seek to transform the human race into an "improved" version.

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