Waste of Space by Stuart Gibbs
I am Thijs. I enjoy reading (maybe a little too much) and being outdoors. I have a younger brother and my favorite dessert is root beer floats.
Waste of Space is by far my favorite of the moon base alpha stories by Stuart Gibbs. It is a page turner from beginning to end. I first want to comment on the author. Stuart Gibbs is one of the most gifted writers there has ever been. I know that is a really big opinion. But for me at least it’s true. He has done a fantastic job with every book of his I’ve read. You can check out this wonderful book Waste of Space. Before you get this great book, you must read Space Case and Spaced Out. Space Case is the first book in the series, and Spaced Out is the second. I bet you can guess that it makes “Waste of Space” the third. Funny thing that I just noticed is that all three of the titles have space in them.
This book is about the main character, Dash, and his next adventure on the moon (the most boring place on earth). Oh, I forgot they weren’t on earth (make that the most boring place in the galaxy). This book takes place over just two days. It starts at two a.m. on Dash’s Birthday. His dad is taking him outside on the moon’s surface which is strictly against the rules. Dash is super excited because he has only gone out on the moon’s surface four times and two of those times he had gone out without permission. He and his dad have only been playing catch for fifteen minutes when they hear Nina’s voice over the radio. Nina tells them to come inside but Dash’s dad says that they will only be out for a little longer. Then is a scream and Nina tells them that they really do have to come in immediately.
To know what happens next check it out at The Community Library.