Gordon Korman’s 3rd book in this series was good, but not the best out of the trilogy. To me, the book felt like a lost opportunity to tie up loose ends and end the series with a bang. Even for a children’s fiction book, some events didn’t seem plausible or almost as if the author included them in the plot just so something could happen. Random characters from previous books kept being randomly inserted into the plot line, which may have been the author’s version of tying up all loose ends and trying to tie everything back together. The climax also seemed much shorter than most, and only occurred because the story would not have made sense otherwise. It was overall a good book, but I’m not sure it was worth reading. If you are looking for something to keep you occupied for a few hours this is the perfect fit, but otherwise it would be better to invest your time in a more intricate book.