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Publisher's Summary

Welcome! For the first time, you are invited inside Mr. Lemoncello's one-of-a-kind Gameworks Factory in book five of the fun-filled, action-packed best-selling series from the much-loved coauthor of the I Funny and Max Einstein series!

Far away from his magical library, everyone's favorite game maker, Luigi Lemoncello, is building something new. Something secret. And he's about to let the world see it. He'll reveal that hidden deep within the Lemoncello-tastic new building is a single ticket. A titanium ticket. 

Four lucky boys and girls are about to win the chance to go inside the building on a spectacular scavenger hunt that will take them through bigger-than-life live-action games - towering, skyscraper-size Jenga; dizzying real-life Chutes and Ladders; death-defying games of Rush Hour; plus ball-pit moats and more! Each game will get the players closer to the titanium ticket. But the real secret? Mr. Lemoncello is thinking about his legacy, and whichever player finds the ticket will be the first to win a spot in an elite group of kids who will compete in the next books to win Mr. Lemoncello's entire empire!

©2020 Chris Grabenstein (P)2020 Listening Library

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The narrator.

Maybe it’s because I’ve listened to other narrators but the narrators tone is “oily”. So I don’t really like the narration but I did like the book.

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mr. Lemoncello never sours!

I stayed up half the night reading this (got a late start, but couldn't stop reading...). It was worth the groggy head and droopy eyes I have this AM. Can't get enough Lemoncello!

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My kids love Mr Lemoncello!

My 10 and 14 year old lived the book and its references to classic games. They asked me to play it in the car and during meals. They haven't watched TV since we started the book.

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Another amazing Lemoncello adventure

This was a wonderful story. You never know what games and adventure awaits. It is always exciting! I can’t wait for the next book!

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What a great book!

A fun book that my children love! Another great listen by Mr. grabenstein! Your the best!

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I did not like the book. Not the best quality. I want my credit back.

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Great story as all previous in the series. The different narrator took some getting used as voices we different especially Mr. Lemon cello. Overall enjoyed it and would recommend it.

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Great story. Poor narration.

The story is fine but the narration is frustrating. Mr Lemocello sounded like a WWE announcer rather than an eccentric family game master. At times the narration was so grating that it was a struggle to finish.

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  • 12-12-20

best book ever

this book is realllllly good thanks chris and audible and kirby and the team at penguin random house