And now, the moment you’ve been waiting for… the title and cover of Spy School #6

Honestly, this is a case where a cover is worth a thousand words.  So here you go:

 

 

If you want to know more, click here. You could even pre-order the book if you wanted.

259 thoughts on “And now, the moment you’ve been waiting for… the title and cover of Spy School #6

  1. Just so you guys know if you click the link in the post it will take you to the book on amazon and it tells you what country Ben is going to and all that stuff.

  2. I think Stuart Gibbs has already shown us who the CIA director is. At the end of evil spy school it says that: “One man, who looked a little older than Cyrus and somewhat important, was laughing and shaking his head”. This suggests that he’s more important than Cyrus. And in every mission report at the end of the book it shows that Cyrus seems to only respect the CIA director soooo… am I correct?

  3. Rocky –

    There probably will not be a sneak peek until FJ5 comes out. Honestly, I’m not sure. I don’t handle the publishing. My publisher does that.

  4. If Ben reaches 15 years old when you are still writing spy school books, and the books become young adult, will you write the books as if they are adult?

  5. Mr.Gibbs will this be the last Spy school?I hope not honestly I hope you go to 10 books
    ,and that in the 9th and 10th its about Spy School be takin over by SPYDER. Those are just my ideas though.

  6. Hello Mr. Gibbs,

    I have read the two books in MBA and am trying to read the SS and FJ series. I have found Space Camp at the library. Do you need to read Space School before Camp or it doesn’t really matter?

  7. Billy –

    As you can see by the book release schedule on the right hand side of this page, I will be going to book seven, at least

  8. Snowman –

    You are really mixing up the names of my series, but… You don’t really have to read Spy School before Spy camp but it would probably be more fun if you read them in order.

  9. Snowman –

    If you look to the right side of this page, you will see my upcoming book releases. FJ5 is out next February.

  10. You can see the words under the redactions in SS3 on the kindle, the CIA director’s name is ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

    WARNING THIS IS CLASSIFIED INFORMATION YOU MAY NOT EXPOSE IT.

  11. Agent K –

    The words under the redactions don’t really mean anything. I typed random words to be redacted just to give an idea of how long the redaction ought to be, having no idea that my publisher would actually do the same thing — or that it would show up on a Kindle.

  12. Stu-
    If you remember, when you were in NC there was a man getting books signed for a Isaac. I am isaac. I have collected all of the SS and MBA books and hopefully the FJ series. I am super excited for Spy School Goes South as I love that series. Keep up the good work

  13. Isaac –

    I am glad the books got to you. Was that your father? If so, he’s a very good father. If he wasn’t your father… well, he was a very good person to come get your books signed.

  14. I love this series so much! When will Ben and Erica start dating, or will they ever date? I hope you keep making these books for a long time because I love them so much! I’ll read them even when I’m old!

  15. Here’s an Idea for Spy School #8- Spy School All Across America!! They could go from State to State, Just as long as they go to MN maybe!!! Just finished Spy school Number 5 and that plot twist was good!!

  16. Stu –
    I am learning about French history in school , your The Last Musketeer series helped me so much. I hope you will bring a series like that one back. If not it is fine all of your books are awesome

  17. Rocky –

    You are about the 1000th person to ask this. Why does everyone want me to kill off my characters??? I’m not planning on it.

  18. SSR!! –

    I’m happy to have my characters visit other states, but having them go on a long trip through multiple states probably won’t happen. (Well, not more than three, maybe.). It’s hard to come up with plots that move from place to place too many times.

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