The Last Musketeer

Narrated by: Ramon de Ocampo
Series: The Last Musketeer, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 32 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (124 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The first audiobook in the thrilling time-travel adventure trilogy from New York Times best-selling Spy School author Stuart Gibbs - now with a brand-new look!

This middle-grade novel is an excellent choice for tweens in grades five to seven, including for summer reading and during homeschooling. It’s a fun way to keep your child entertained and engaged while not in the classroom.

Before they were legends, they were friends. All for one and one for all! 

On a family trip to Paris, Greg Rich's parents disappear. They're not just missing from the city - they're missing from the century. So, Greg does what any other 14-year-old would do: He travels through time to rescue them. 

Greg soon finds out that his family history is tied to the legendary Three Musketeers. But when he meets them, they're his age, and they'll only live long enough to become true heroes if he can save them. 

To rescue his parents, Greg must assume the identity of a young Musketeer in training and unite Athos, Porthos, and Aramis - but a powerful enemy is doing everything possible to stop him. 

And don't miss Traitor's Chase and Double Cross, the next two books in Stuart Gibbs' thrilling Last Musketeer trilogy! 

©2011 Staurt Gibbs (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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Awe Inspiring.

Ramon De Campo brings the story to life as he has done before with the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid series. The vast and expansive world that Stuart Gibbs creates seemingly drags you into 1615 with Greg, and at times, can create heart pounding moments that grab you and leave you in suspense. Another Masterpiece Mrom Stuart Gibbs. From the author of Space Case and Spy School, comes a story that defies time and space that, It in itself, creates an amazing picture of life in ancient Paris. You see how being rich means not always being happy, and being poor provides a sense of hopelessness, and yet, a sense of freedom. Once again, one of the masters, ranking among James Patterson and Cressida Cowell, has delivered more than a story, he has delivered an entire world.

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Sooooooo goooooooood

Love it so much it is Worth more than one credit so so so good

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awesome

It made me stay.up late For ever cool cool cool cool great awesome death defying

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Interesting storyline

This was a very interesting book to listen to. I think this is one of the best time travel book I have ever listen to. I like tell Greg Rich ended up in 1615 France and has to adjust to life there. I thought that that was pretty creative. All in all if you like adventure, and a thrill, and time travel books. Then you’ll like this book, I’m sure of it.

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Good story

Another fun series by Stuart Gibbs, not as good as spy school and it took a little to get into the story but stick with it and you’ll enjoy it!