The exclusive edition of Spy School Revolution is available for preorder from Barnes & Noble!

I am pleased to announce that Barnes & Noble is issuing yet another exclusive edition of one of my books.

Here’s what you need to know:

Limited collector’s edition of Spy School Revolution, the eighth book in Stuart Gibbs’s New York Times bestselling Spy School series, featuring an exclusive jacket with shiny blue foil, and a map of colonial era Virginia on the reverse side–plus 16 pages of bonus content, including super-secret post mission memos and some earlier drafts of the Declaration of Independence.

Superspy middle schooler Ben Ripley faces the Croatoan—a new evil organization that’s so mysterious, the only proof it exists is from the American Revolution—in this latest addition to the New York Timesbestselling Spy School series.


CLICK HERE to pre-order it now!

545 thoughts on “The exclusive edition of Spy School Revolution is available for preorder from Barnes & Noble!

  1. Trixie –

    Having a lead character not know what is going on and then figuring it out is pretty much what a mystery is. If you want something different, perhaps try a different genre of book.

  2. Stu-

    One of the things that occurred to me when I finished reading SSR is that Chip has a really good point when they are discussing in Ben’s (temporary) room. Chip thinks that The Wizard of Oz was not that great because of the unbelievable state of the Wicked Witch. This really got to me. I would love to see more of these strangely appealing facts! 🙂

    You’re all talking about the Trixie cliffhanger, but do any of you worry about Ben? HE’S IN THE HOSPITAL!!! I mean, it’s kind of a big deal. Just saying.

  4. -Alexander Hale

    We are all worried.

    BUT. When he does get out, Erica might owe him something. Maybe something like a confession of her feelings about Ben.

    Also, Ben is in a freaking hospital. The staff will treat him well. And when I got my bones broken, all I ever needed was a cast.

  5. In the exclusive version of Spy School Revolution, will Ben tell Trixie the truth or will it remain a secret until the next book?

  6. Hi –

    The exclusive editions of the books do not continue to the stories. They just have additional material.

  7. Hey Stu.
    I feel like Zoe is out of the love triangle, and Trixie is filling her spot.
    I’ll be honest, i am really sad about the replacements. I feel like Zoe and Ben would have been great together, and now you basically let Ben chose Erica. Also, is Zoe going to be out of the future SS books, because not she joined the D.A.D and i think she would do more missions for D.A.D instead of Ben. I don’t know, that’s just my educational guess.

  8. Hi,
    I just finished the new SS book and it was awesome. Thank you for spending so much time thinking about these ideas because it really is worth it. I love this series so much. Thank you again!

  9. anna –

    The idea is for the SS series to always feel current. So, in theory, there is no exact year that it took place.

  10. When I first saw the abbreviation for Spy School British Invasion (SSBI), I thought that it stood for Spy School Book One. So when people talked about events that happened in Spy School British Invasion, I was very confused. LOL.

  11. Hey there about 3 years ago I started writing a book and I finally finished it and about for a year now I’ve been asking tones of agents online to help me get my book published. I almost feel like getting an agent to publish my book will never happen I was wondering two things how long did it take your book to get published? Also, do you have any tips for me to get my books published?

  12. blue –

    It took me a long time to get a book published. I had many different agents over the years until I found the right one.

    If you are reaching out to agents, then you are doing the right thing. That’s how the business works.

  13. Thank you so much for responding. I was so excited to see you respond and you gave me more hope of getting my book published. I am a big fan and loved your Spy School books and read your Belly Up.

  14. Hey Stu, I was just curious if you like to work on multiple books at once or focus on one at a time?

  15. Grapenut –

    I try to work on one draft of one book at a time, although I will jump between books once I am done those drafts.

  16. When you see another popular author, do you feel happy, jealous, surprised or some other feeling?

  17. Arnav –

    I am always happy to meet another author. I have yet to meet another author who I did not have a great time with. And often, I am a big fan of their work.

  18. Arnav –

    I have three series going right now. So it would be relatively difficult to start a new chapter book series.

  19. Woodchuck –

    If I had a title for the next Spy School book, then I would be listing the book by its title in the upcoming releases, rather than calling it Spy School 9.

  20. stu-
    Is the new spy school book available for audible yet or has it been and i’m just being an idiot..

  21. Stu-

    Do you have helpers to answer all these questions? It’s a random question but it would take a lot of time to answer all these questions on your own

  22. General Braddock’s code doesn’t have a “j” LOL. I couldn’t find it so I made one for it

  23. Monica Hale –

    Until relatively recently, the letter J was not considered a major part of the alphabet and often ‘I’ was used in place of it.

  24. Everybody-

    Yesterday, I finished the first spy school book i’m sad i hadn’t earleir but i would read these posts so i was like who’s zoe? I read it oh thats all these characters are and the reason i knew that Erica is a Hale is because peoples names are Erica Hale just saying.

  25. Hey Stu-

    For the upcoming books, which book do you work on the most? I know, it’s a really weird and random question

  26. Jessica Shang –

    I work on all of my books about the same amount. The most work is for the first draft.

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