I received this book for free from Publicist, Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Project X by Stuart Gibbs
Genres: Action, Adventures, Middle class
Publisher Simon and Schuster September 6, 2022
Source: Publicist, publisher
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In the tenth book of New York Times In the bestselling Spy School series, Ben Ripley races against time and across national borders – by car, train, boat and plane – to escape his new cyber enemies and track down Murray Hill.
Murray Hill, Ben Ripley’s old enemy, has put a price on Ben’s head and accused him of being at the center of an internet conspiracy. Ben now finds himself in the greatest danger, on the run from assassins and conspiracy theorists alike.
Ben must find Murray before his shenanigans catch up with Ben, but with so much at stake, even some of Ben’s most trusted friends may not be at the top of their game, leaving Ben tested like never before.
Also author: Spy school graphic novel, Charlie Thorne and Cleopatra’s Curse
I received this book for an honest review from the publisher.
That’s what I thought
I really like the series Spy School! I was very excited to receive the ARC for the last book in the series. I also think it was my favorite so far.
So Spy School in a nutshell is about Ben being recruited into a math and science school, but it was actually a spy school. They used it to wash off the mole and since he survived the ordeal they couldn’t let him go back to regular school so they keep him…lol.
Each time, Ben almost accidentally ends up with the bad guy with the help of Erica, who is very good at being a spy because her entire family consists of spies and a few other friends. Now he has a nemesis, Murray, and in this latest one, Murray wants to get rid of him once and for all, so he hits him and has all the assassins trying to kill Ben, but that’s not all, he also put some stuff on the conspiracy networks about Ben to have a bunch of nuts too.
So it’s filled with a lot of action, with everyone trying to keep Ben alive and also trying to find out where Murray is and get him to undo everything. They are always full of humor, some of them may seem creepy, but overall it’s fun.
I recommend it to both adults and children. 🙂