Book Review-Spy School British Invasion

25 May

Spy School British Invasion is book six in Stuart Gibbs’ Spy School series.
Summary: Ben almost captured the leaders of SPYDER in book five, but unfortunately, they are still on the loose. Now he and his friends must travel to Europe-hoping to finally capture SPYDER’s leaders, and put an end to their evil plans. It won’t be easy, but Ben is determined to make it happen-if he doesn’t get killed in the process.
My Thoughts: I loved this book. It picks up right where book five left off, and the action never stops. Helicopters, double-crosses, explosions, and movie-worthy chase scenes across Europe only add to the excitement in this book. It is definitely worth the read, and the whole series is worth buying.
The only let-down is that I finished reading, and must patiently (or not so patiently) await the next book.
To solve my waiting woes, I am re-reading the entire series to my kids (we are currently in book three.) Even The Hubby has started listening to these on audiobook, and you know when you can find a series the entire family enjoys, you have a winner.
This book was fantastic, and I sincerely thank Simon and Schuster for providing me with a free digital copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Thank you!

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