The exclusive edition of the Spy School Graphic Novel is now available for preorder from Barnes & Noble

Great news!  As you have probably deduced from the very lengthy title of this post, there will be an exclusive edition of the graphic novel of Spy School — and it is now available for pre-order from Barnes & Noble.

The exclusive edition includes — for the first time ever — a full-color map of the spy school campus as well as classified dossiers on the main characters.  And, as usual, there is no additional cost.  All the bonus material is completely free!

However, there are a limited number of copies.  If you want one…

Click here to pre-order your copy today!

And in other news, Barnes & Noble has ordered thousands of signed copies of Spy School At Sea which will be available ONLY IN STORES starting on Friday, November 26.  So if you would like a signed edition, get to your nearest B&N!

And if you’re interested to see what the characters will look like, here you go:

197 thoughts on “The exclusive edition of the Spy School Graphic Novel is now available for preorder from Barnes & Noble

  1. I don’t think Cat Santa has anything to apologize for, he reported blatant plagiarism.

  2. Yeah. And the mostly good person, as soon as I knew there even was a Charlie Thorne 3 I started counting the days. Is anybody here in middle school?

  3. Yvette Sellers

    My first published book was Belly Up.

    I am not sure what you mean by ‘improvised scenes,’ but there are certainly going to be scenes in the graphic novel that are slightly different than those in the book because the graphic novel is more, well… graphic. So I wanted to take advantage of that and have more visual humor.

  4. Mr. Gibbs,
    When you are writing a book (like literally typing it up) do you have every single scene in mind, or do you have the main points and then you make up connections on the spot?

    Thanks,
    Josh

  5. Josh –

    I never start writing a book without having the main points in mind. Sometimes I work out the connections ahead of time, but often I change my mind as I’m writing.

  6. Hey Stuart, just an honest recommendation about the relationships aspect of Spy School: you should keep them open. It makes more sense for Ben not to commit to any one person until the series develops a lot more.

  7. CT Fan –

    CT3 comes out in June 2022. To meet that date, I had to work out the key points two years ago. I’m on the tenth draft of the book right now.

  8. Teddy Fitzroy –

    I did not come up for middle names of any of my characters. Except Erica Daisy Hale.

  9. I come from the place we’re no one on this website needs to know or most people in general.

  10. Do you know which book has had the most drafts (if you even remember/keep track of that thing). Just curious!

  11. SS Enthusiast –

    Belly Up probably had the most drafts, as it was my first book — although I can’t tell you for sure.

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