The exclusive edition of Spy School Project X is now available from Barnes & Noble!

Good news!  As has been the case with every Spy School novel since Evil Spy School, there will be an exclusive edition of Spy School Project X.

This B&N limited collector’s edition of Spy School Project X, the tenth book in Stuart Gibbs’s New York Times bestselling Spy School series, featuring an exclusive jacket with shiny red foil–plus 10 pages of bonus content that will feature “top ten” lists such as Ben Ripley’s Top Ten Least Favorite Action Sequences (Because of How Scary They Were), Erica Hale’s Top Ten Martial Arts Moves, Mike Brezinski’s Top Ten Things James Bond Movies Get Wrong About Spying, The Top Ten Lessons from Spy School and many more!

And if you pre-order it now, it’s even CHEAPER than the regular hardcover.

Click here to get it!

128 thoughts on “The exclusive edition of Spy School Project X is now available from Barnes & Noble!

  1. Can’t wait!
    By the way, I’m reading Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra right now and I LOVE it. I watched the original Cleopatra movie before reading it and I was surprised by how many of the scenes matched with the book’s description of her! Also I’ve always thought the treasure idea you used in the book would be cool. Thanks for finally using the idea! You’re the best author ever!

  2. Can’t wait I’m gonna pre-order it (hopefully)tomorrow!

    Which Cleopatra movie? The one with Elizabeth Taylor? I ask because there’s been quite a few.

  3. The 7th Grader –

    Did you read this post? Your question is answered in the post.

  4. J’Heez –

    Last time I did a test like this, I was told i was a Protagonist. But there are always fluctuations in what answer I get.

  5. So cool! Can’t wait for SSPX Exclusive! Also, Mr. Gibbs, do you create the Exclusive content?

  6. Mr.Gibbs, there was a sample of SSPX on Apple Books. Is it a sample that you approved? Anyways, the sample (and this post) has got me excited and I can’t wait to read the book.

  7. Josh M –

    No, the sample of SSPX on Apple Books was not approved by me at all. I don’t even know how Apple Books got that.

  8. MR. Gibbs:
    When did you start the process of making SSPX? I mean like initial brainstorming.
    (Link below is my discord server if anyone is curious)

  9. TMR

    I don’t have an exact date, but I probably started coming up with ideas three years ago.

  10. Mr. Gibbs- I saw your comment to TMR about starting SSPX three years ago. Does that mean you have started brainstorming for SS 13?

  11. Ezra 983

    I don’t think there will be a preview for the SCGN. Although if you are interested in learning the story, you can just read the novel version.

  12. Sinon –

    It is not that easy to write from the perspective of a historical figure.

  13. Mr. Gibbs,

    Will there be any more historical women in the Charlie Thorne series? I love that you did Cleopatra instead of going with another man. Thanks!

  14. Dear Mr. Gibbs,

    It’s so cool that you take the time to respond to comments on top of the books you’re in the process of writing! You’re a great person!

  15. Bea –

    I can’t say which other historical figures will appear in further CT books. Unfortunately, since men had many more advantages than women throughout history (such as being allowed to go to school) the preponderance of historical figures are men. So there are far more iconic male figures from throughout history than female ones.

  16. What is everyone’s top 5 series? (ik people have asked this before but its been a while an idk if something changed)

    Mine are:
    Keeper of the lost cities
    harry potter
    spy school

    ps- these are all how i feel currently. I havent read jf, hp, or ss in a while and im only reading kotlc and i love, so these could change

  17. Alexander Zverev,
    Spy School
    Moon Base Alpha
    The Black thorn Key
    Alex Rider

    Mr. Gibbs,
    Who is your favorite batman actor, and which of their movies is your favorite?

    Classified 001

  18. My top favorite series if i had to pick are,
    Harry Potter
    Keeper of the Lost Cities
    Spy School
    Lord of the Rings
    Artemis Fowl

    Also, soo excited for SSPX!!!!!!!
    – Lailah

  19. Alexander Zverev-
    1. Spy School (Stuart Gibbs)
    2. Charlie Thorne (Stuart Gibbs)
    3. Cities Spies (James Ponti)
    4. Dead City (James Ponti)
    5. Harry Potter (JK Rowling)

    Mr. Gibbs-
    On a scale of 1-10, how much do you enjoy being an author?

  20. Mr. gibbs
    How long will it take for personalized- signed books? Because I want to get one and I would like to know the estimated time

  21. AppleCrush

    On a scale of 1 to 10 I would rate being an author as an 11.

    But it’s not for everyone. It just happens to be the right job for me.

  22. sera

    The speed at which you can get signed books changes. If you want a signed book right after the books are released, the book stores I name on this website are generally prepared to get the books out rather quickly. At other times, it might take a while. You really need to ask the bookstores themselves, as they handle the shipping — and the logistics of getting the books to me to sign.

  23. Mr Gibbs-

    In every single one of your books, there are locations, items, and certain events that are key to whatever the protagonist would like to do. Do any of the locations, items, and/or certain events exist in real life?

    Also, I absolutely love your books! Is there any way that I can get my hands on some advanced reader’s copies for any of your upcoming books?

    Lastly, in one of the earlier comments, you mentioned that there was a huge difference between describing children with firearms and actually showing children with firearms. However, in the 2015 movie Minions, in a couple of scenes, it shows firearms (A desert eagle gun and a rocket propelled grenade), which can be seen in this clip: . While the Desert Eagle pistol is not explicitly used, there are gunshot sounds which implies the usage of the firearm. However, the rocket propelled grenade is explicitly used; it is used to shoot at the police tailing the family behind. According to Universal and Illumination Studios, the film was made to target consumers age 6 or above. However, the Spy School graphic novel was made to target consumers from age 8 to age 12. How come Illumination can show actual forms of weaponry but Simon & Schuster does not allow firearms?

  24. A Gent –

    To answer your questions:

    1) Yes, most of the locations in my books exist in real life. If you want more specifics, you’ll have to be more specific about which ones. (By this point, I have probably included a thousand locations in my various books.)

    2) I do not control the distribution ion advanced reader copies. My publisher handles that.

    3) As I have repeatedly pointed out in the comments, I do not control the decisions on firearms. However, THE MINIONS ARE NOT CHILDREN. There is a long history ion cartoon characters blowing themselves up with weapons. But we are talking about children having weapons here, and that is where Disney, Amazon, Simon & Schuster and every other single large media company I have ever worked with has drawn the line. If you want to argue the point with anyone, take it up with them.

  25. Hey Mr. Gibbs,

    I know this is sort of personal, but would you mind sharing a little about what your schedule is like day to day as an author? I’ve always been curious. Do you write all day, or do you take time to do other things? I’m so excited for this next book! Thank you!

  26. Peter –

    I try to work normal hours, like 9-5, but often I have to do other things besides writing. Some are for work; some are errands.

  27. Mahan –

    Since an overwhelming majority of my readers request that I keep Spy School going, I am going to listen to them and keep it going for now.

  28. Mr. Gibbs, I’m in SC central. Is is true that you’ve made Anjan an administrator on your blog?

  29. Hey Stu,

    What’s your favorite type of soda? Pure curiosity coughed this question out of me.

  30. QuestioningQuoter –

    No, Anjan is anot an administrator on this blog. I’m pretty sure he has his own website.

  31. Stu if you were to name a country in Scandinavia where Dane is from, which one would it be?

  32. Hello Mr. Gibbs,
    You write very good books. I have a couple questions. Has there been one book (or two) that has influenced you the most? Also, when you’re writing your books to send to your publisher, do they make you double-space them like we have to do our essays in school? (Or is there any specific spacing they require?)

  33. Boron99 –

    In the books, the reason that I did not give a specific country where Dane was from was because I did not want to do that. So you’ll just have to imagine which one it is.

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