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Lion Down

Narrated by: Gibson Frazier
Length: 7 hrs and 24 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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Teddy Fitzroy returns as FunJungle’s resident sleuth when a lion is falsely accused of killing a distinguished dog in the latest novel in New York Times best-selling author Stuart Gibbs’s FunJungle series. 

For once, operations at the enormous zoo/theme park appear to be running smoothly (except for the occasional herring-related mishap in the penguin exhibit) and Teddy Fitzroy is finally able to give detective work a rest. But then a local lion is accused of killing a famous dog - and the dog’s owner, an inflammatory radio host, goes on a crusade to have the cat declared a nuisance so it can be hunted. But it looks like the lion might have been framed, and a renegade animal activist wants Teddy and Summer to help prove it. Soon, Teddy finds himself wrapped up in the middle of his most bizarre, hilarious, and dangerous case yet.

©2019 Stuart Gibbs (P)2019 Simon & Schuster

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Amazing

I love this series and this book was amazing. I recommend that you listen to this!

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Great listen!

Stuart Gibbs is a master with words and he shows that once again in the new FunJungle story! Would definitely recommend!

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This book is just a big political statement.

This book is just a big political statement. If you are not a liberal I do not recommend this book. I don't understand how animal activists like Gibbs can go on and on about endangered species when thousands of babies are aborted a day.

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