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New York Times best-selling series

Tensions are running high when multibillionaire Lars Sjoburg is poisoned and demands to go home, and everyone is looking to Dash Gibson to solve the case in this third and final book in the New York Times best-selling Moon Base Alpha series.

Moon Base Alpha was supposed to be an exciting place to live, but Dash didn’t expect for it to be this exciting. After solving a murder and rescuing the moon base commander, he just wants to have a calm, quiet 13th birthday. But of course multibillionaire and total pain Lars Sjoburg ruins it - by being poisoned.

Now there’s a murderer loose on Moon Base Alpha again. And Dash is charged with finding out who it could have been.

Everyone has a motive, and time is running out.

©2018 Stuart Gibbs (P)2018 Simon & Schuster Audio

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Loved it

This was a fun distraction between some much longer books I’ve been listening to. It was a fun mystery story that kept me guessing.

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The best in the series

This. Book. Is. So. Good. I love it so much. If you loved other books by Stewart Gibbs, you will definitely love this book.

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Fine Ending to Moon Base Alpha

I'm a big fan of Stuart Gibbs and recommend his books to my students on a regular basis. I felt like this was an interesting read that gave us a mystery to solve and wrapped up some of the ongoing pieces of the series in a way that satisfied me. Gibbs writes main characters that are smart but not perfect and supporting characters with lots of, well, character. Most middle grade sci fi does not address much science, but I felt like Gibbs did introduce some sensible thinking about space travel that his target audience would find interesting, and he clearly gets the humor of middle grade readers. I'll miss this series but look forward to his future work!

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Excellent

Gibson Frazier is an exceptional narrator and Stuart Gibbs is a great author. Read Funjungle series to

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one of the best series ever!!!

I loved this series but sadly all good things must come to an end I really recommend it it's great!

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Loved it!

Love the story and delivery, as well as the message it sends and the title. It's a fun and entertaining way be reminded of where we live and how fragile but strong this planet can be.

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Awesome but sad

I was so glad to hear there was another book coming out, but I was so sad to hear it was the last. I also didn't like how it ended. But I'm glad that Lars "finally got a taste of his own medicine."😉🏥💊💉

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Not as enjoyable

Not as good as the first 2 books. Introduction of gay characters ruins all the suspense as gay people can't be bad people in a book.

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