Want a sneak peek of Charlie Thorne 3? Here’s how to get it!

The third book in the Charlie Thorne series, Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra, will be available everywhere that books are sold on June 7.

But if you can’t wait that long and want a sneak peek at the book, the first chapter is printed at the end of the recently-released paperback version of Charlie Thorne and the Lost City.

So if you  want to check out Charlie #3, just find a paperback copy of Charlie #2.

To get Charlie Thorne and the Lost City, click here.

To pre-order Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra, click here.

And if you want all three books at once… THE CHARLIE THORNE BOXED SET WILL BE AVAILABLE ON JUNE 28.  Click here to pre-order it!

121 thoughts on “Want a sneak peek of Charlie Thorne 3? Here’s how to get it!

  1. Dear Stu

    I just finished reading CT 3. (Came in yesterday spent all day yesterday and today reading it) I absolutely enjoyed it and it was action packed which I loved along with Dante and Milana (love them two) and of course Charlie. Cannot wait for the next book. But on your release dates I don’t see CT 4 is CT 4 not coming out next year or..? Hopefully next year because I’m so curious as to what will happen in the next book! Loved it a lot.
    – bubblegum

  2. Albert Newton –

    I haven’t even started writing the fourth yet. Don’t expect a title to be announced for at least 18 months.

  3. bubblegum –

    There is no CT4 release date because i don’t have one yet. It won’t be out for about two years.

  4. Omg I ordered this a few days ago and it literally won’t come until TOMORROW when I’ll be at SUMMER CAMP! I mean, I’m really excited for camp but that means I won’t be able to read this book for an entire week! ?

  5. I just started listening to the audiobook!! I’m at the part where Dante and Milana our a tracking bracelet on her I know I’m slow but the audiobook is eight hours.

  6. Yeah maybe I should stop being lazy and read the actual book lol I’m gonna do that

  7. Mimi-
    Lol. I read the actual book. Even tho I’m a pretty fast reader, it took me three days! XD
    It was absolutely fantastic. Maybe you’ve finished it by now, but if not, I’m sure you’ll love it!

    Mr. Gibbs-
    Thanks for writing. I love all your books. Random question: Would you rather go on vacation to the beach or the mountains?

  8. Peaches –

    Depends which beach. And which mountains. There are too many great places on this planet to have to pick just one.

  9. Hello, Mr. Gibbs! I have a question for you. The other day, I noticed in Charlie Thorne 2 that there was someone named FitzRoy. But then, I realized that the main character of FunJungle has a last name of FITZROY. (dun, dun, DUN!)
    So, is Teddy Fitzroy related to FitzRoy from Charlie Thorne 2?
    P.S. I love your books!

  10. Ollie-

    Long before I ever planned Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation, I thought about making Teddy’s last name Darwin as an homage to the great scientist. But I didn’t really like the sound of the name, so I went with Fitzroy, the captain of the Beagle instead.

    Then, when the time came too write CT2, I realized I needed a scene with FitzRoy. That’s why the name shows up twice.

  11. Here’s a thought…… maybe a Charlie Thorne book could be about a famous painter, like Van Gogh or Da Vinci

    Thanks, Josh

  12. Mr. Gibbs,

    I was a fan of your books as a child, and have now gone back to them as an adult reader. I have to say, your “Spy School” and “Moon Base Alpha” series always felt like they were just trying to retell the premise of “FunJungle” in a different setting/genre.

    “Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation” really broke out of your established creative box and tried something new. The clumsy subversion (i.e. the tweenage protagonist who comments that the Bible was definitely written by men) really gives the series spunk.

    I was disappointed by the rather flat villains in “Charlie Thorn and the Lost City.” Based on Charlie Thorn 1, I had been expecting something more thematically appropriate to a story about Charles Darwin (maybe a character inspired by William Jennings Brian?)

    Obviously, I’m not the target audience, but I’d like to see more realistic villains in future installments in the Charlie Thorn series.

    I have copy of “Charlie Thorn and the Curse of Cleopatra” next to me as I type this comment — I can’t wait to read it!

    Also, I would like to echo a comment that was made earlier on this page. A Charlie Thorn novel about Pangaea would be great.

  13. booklover –

    It is very hard for me to accept ideas from readers. As it is, I have already worked out CT4.

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