Monday, February 20, 2017

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Space Case by Stuart Gibbs, a book review

Space Case by Stuart Gibbs is a mystery for youth set in a base on the moon. Dash finds himself in a place he doesn't like doing things he doesn't prefer and surrounded by lots of people he doesn't particularly like. And then, one of the few people he does like dies. Basically everyone thinks it's an accident brought on by a guy slowly losing his mind, but Dash is pretty certain that's not the case. Even though he's going against orders, he decides to find out for himself.

The drama and action that results kept me very interested. The revelation at the end of the story is especially interesting and the story leaves off with a perfect opening for continuation. Will we get to see more of Dash and his friends? My daughters and I hope so.

My eldest two daughters really enjoyed this sci-fi mystery.  I enjoyed it pretty well, but not nearly as much as they did.  However, since they are the intended audience, I'd say it's a pretty good recommendation for someone between 9 and 13 years old.

Have you read Space Case by Stuart Gibbs? What did you think of it?
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