Spy School Revolution

Spy School Revolution

A Spy School Novel

Book - 2020 | First edition.
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With SPYDER apparently defeated, thirteen-year-old Benjamin Ripley is hoping for some peace at spy school, but when the CIA conference room next to where Ben and Alexander are trying to explain everything to Ben's parents (no easy task) is blown up, suspicion falls on fellow trainee (and secret crush) Erica.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, [2020]
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781534443785
1534443789
Characteristics: viii, 342 pages ; 22 cm.

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skrishna
Apr 03, 2021

Review: Overall, I thought this book was very good. However, when comparing it to the other books in the series, it's a bit, for lack of a better word, different. For instance, all of the other books in the series deal primarily against one evil organization: SPYDER. On the contrary, this book, Spy School Revolution, has to do with a different evil organization: The Croatoan. So, it's definitely odd for people who have truly enjoyed all of the other books in this spectacular series. Although, I do enjoy that Stuart Gibbs, the author, developed a lot of the characters' stories. All things being considered, I give this book a solid 4 stars.

I read it and it is AMAZING. Thanks to Stuart Gibbs for writing this book

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Eberle07
Jan 15, 2021

Can't wait to read this, I've been reading the Spy School books like crazy, and I'm obsessed! Here's to hoping for more. :)

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njasujalibrary
Jan 12, 2021

Spy School: Revolution, by Stuart Gibbs, follows the story of a spy in training named Ben Ripely. When the CIA is discussing with his parents about placing them in the witness protection program, the most skilled spy in training and a close friend of Ben’s named Erica Hale launches an attack on the CIA. As the CIA hunts Erica, Ben realizes that Erica must have been blackmailed. Ben must go rogue to find out the organization that’s secretly pulling the strings and bring them to justice. I really liked this book, but I don’t think it was as good as its prequels. The ending did not make any sense to me, but I think this book had an interesting villain and was a fun read. I would recommend this book for middle schoolers and high schoolers but mainly middle schoolers.

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artiprasy1
Jan 11, 2021

So hyped for the book reread all the books again just to make sure I get all the detail

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blue_bird_9310
Dec 01, 2020

This book is gonna be soooo good!

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blue_lion_6095
Nov 18, 2020

I cant Wait Until The book Comes out instead of the ebook or downloading it I've read all Stuart Gibbs Books/Spy School Books Like in 4 or 5 days. The Best Series ever. Hopefully There is a 9 and 10th and more coming out.

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ItssZero
Jul 24, 2020

I think this book is going to be excellent! I'm so hyped for this book to come out!

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