Spaced Out

Author(s): Stuart Gibbs
Series: Moon Base Alpha Series No: 2
Original Publish Date: Apr 05, 2016
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (6.73 hours)
Product Number: Z100136060
Released: Feb 12, 2018
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781508214915
Narrator/s: Gibson Frazier
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In this New York Times bestselling novel the moon base commander has gone missing and Dash Gibson is on the case. The second mind-boggling mystery of the Moon Base Alpha series from beloved author Stuart Gibbs. There's nowhere to hide on the world's first moon base. After all, it's only the size of a soccer field. So when Nina Stack, the commander of Moon Base Alpha, mysteriously vanishes, the Moonies are at a total loss. Though he may be just twelve years old, Dashiell Gibson is the best detective they've got. But this confusing mystery pushes Dash to his limits. Especially since Dash accidentally made contact with an alien and has to keep it a secret. With the fate of the entire human race hanging in the balance, will Dash be able to solve the mystery of the missing Moonie?

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Author(s): Stuart Gibbs
Product Number EB00613952
Released: Apr 05, 2016
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781481423380

Professional reviews

"Gibson Frazier is the consummate narrator for a rousing story featuring 12-year-old Dashiell (Dash) Gibson and his family, who who are part of NASA's Moon Base Alpha program. It's 2041, and the "lunarnauts" are doing research on the moon when their commander goes missing. As they all search for the missing man, Frazier's portrayals of Dash; Kira, his friend; and Violet, his sister, sound intelligent and appealing. Frazier's rendering of "NASA's Guide to Health and Safety" is delivered with authority, and the voice of Zan, the female alien who projects herself into Dash's mind, is also spot-on. Listeners will enjoy the story's humor, vivid descriptions, and high adventure, especially as Dash nearly runs out of oxygen while searching the moon in a rickety old rover. Happily, the conclusion lends itself to a sequel. S.G.B. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"

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