Middle Grade Review: Spy School at Sea (Spy School #9) (Stuart Gibbs)
About This Book:
In the ninth and latest addition to the New York Times bestselling Spy School series, Ben Ripley faces his nemesis, Murray Hill, on the high seas.
Thanks to the evidence Ben uncovered in his investigation of the Croatoan, the CIA has tracked his nemesis, Murray Hill, to Central America, where they believe he is boarding the world’s biggest cruise ship, The Emperor of the Seas, on its maiden voyage around the world.
His mission: Pose as part of a family, with Alexander and Catherine Hale as his parents, Erica as his sister, and his best friend Mike as his brother, to find out what Murray is plotting.
At first, it sounds exciting to have a mission on the most glamorous ocean liner on earth, but as usual, nothing goes according to plan. There is action, danger, and plenty of surprises as Ben and his team quickly find themselves in hot water.
*Review Contributed by Karen Yingling, Staff Reviewer*
The writing in these books always makes me laugh. We needed a few more good mission names, though. Those always make me snort aloud. I also love the fact that we get to travel vicariously to so many different places. I've always wanted to take a cruise, and this was almost as good as being on one!
If you liked Gibbs' Spy School series, make sure to check out his Charlie Thorne, Space Case, and Fun Jungle series as well!
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