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The first carnival to take place on Union Station since humanity joined the galactic community is coming, and the ambassadors of the different species are all entered in the election to become Carnival King or Queen. It's not a job that Kelly wants, and, fortunately for her, the humans get a late start at electioneering.

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One of the best series out there.

Carnival night is a great continuation to the series. Narration is well done as in the previous audio books.

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“Welcome to the puppet show”

Has one of the best lines from the series!

This series has been thoroughly enjoyable.

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  • Matthew
  • Kansas City, MO, United States
  • 10-30-17

My Favorite One Yet

What is there to say five books in? This is my favorite new (to me) series of 2017. It continues to grow and get better after finding its stride somewhere along the way. It has me chuckling and rooting for the characters. It still surprises me with its odd twists. It's just a fun little book and series you can recommend to literally anyone, the young, medium, and old alike.

If you didn't like the structure of Spy Night, this one returns to the structure of the third book, but really, nothing is lost anyway.

So yeah, I still recommend this series, get to it.