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The Transatlantic Conspiracy

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The Transatlantic Conspiracy by G. D. Falksen
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May 16, 2017 | ISBN 9781616958145

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Praise for The Transatlantic Conspiracy

A Top 10 Young Adult Fall Read from Amazing Stories

“Dangerously charming.” 
—William Alexander, National Book Award winning & New York Times bestselling author of Goblin Secrets

“[An] Agatha Christie–esque mystery . . . Fantastical alternate history details blend seamlessly with multifaceted characters and tightly woven elements of intrigue, suspense, and romance to create a story, and a world, that will long linger in readers’ imaginations.”
Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

“[The Transatlantic Conspiracy] has everything; political intrigue, class warfare, tech upheaval, spies, murder, a smattering of romance. A page-turner for sure.”

“An undersea Murder on the Orient Express . . . A frenetic thrill ride of plots and counterplots, daring escapes, [and] grand gestures.”
Kirkus Reviews

“[Rosalinsd’s] sleuthing provides twists and turns that keep everyone fully involved in this pre-World War I steampunk adventure. The balance of romance and espionage is sure to keep all readers interested.”
—School Library Connection

“The underwater train is described in glorious detail; its dining car, library, and staterooms evoke unwelcome comparisons to the Titanic.”

“Great world-building, and fast-paced action.”
School Library Journal

“What starts as a diverting steam-powered jaunt for two affluent young ladies takes a sharp turn into a fast-paced, perilous murder mystery. The Transatlantic Conspiracy excites and electrifies and pulls the impossible past just a little closer.”
—William Ritter, bestselling author of Jackaby

“Rosalind is a nice mix of American can-do attitude (with a dash of steampunk ingenuity) and nonconformist teen girl… death, intrigue, and cool machinery in a zippy, steampunk-friendly read.”
Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books

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