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Being a teenager is never easy. Especially when you can talk to sharks! Tristan Hunt has enough to worry about with girl troubles, his parents, and trying to keep his extraordinary abilities a secret. But when Tristan and his friends are called upon to investigate the disappearance of stingrays and other ocean life in the waters off Grand Cayman, the stakes are higher than Being a teenager is never easy. Especially when you can talk to sharks! Tristan Hunt has enough to worry about with girl troubles, his parents, and trying to keep his extraordinary abilities a secret. But when Tristan and his friends are called upon to investigate the disappearance of stingrays and other ocean life in the waters off Grand Cayman, the stakes are higher than they’ve ever been before. Can Tristan solve the mystery of the missing stingrays and save them from a horrible fate? Or will he and his friends become the stingray-napper’s next victims? Join Tristan Hunt and the Sea Guardian on their most dangerous adventure yet.


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Being a teenager is never easy. Especially when you can talk to sharks! Tristan Hunt has enough to worry about with girl troubles, his parents, and trying to keep his extraordinary abilities a secret. But when Tristan and his friends are called upon to investigate the disappearance of stingrays and other ocean life in the waters off Grand Cayman, the stakes are higher than Being a teenager is never easy. Especially when you can talk to sharks! Tristan Hunt has enough to worry about with girl troubles, his parents, and trying to keep his extraordinary abilities a secret. But when Tristan and his friends are called upon to investigate the disappearance of stingrays and other ocean life in the waters off Grand Cayman, the stakes are higher than they’ve ever been before. Can Tristan solve the mystery of the missing stingrays and save them from a horrible fate? Or will he and his friends become the stingray-napper’s next victims? Join Tristan Hunt and the Sea Guardian on their most dangerous adventure yet.

30 review for Stingray City

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nana Nguyen

    Wonderful !! Amazing !!! I absolutely adore the series. Hopefully that Mrs.Ellen could continue this series so that I too could continue to learn more about the sea with Tristan, Hugh, Sam, Rosina and Ryder.❤❤❤❤

  2. 5 out of 5

    Noah

    Great book it got action adventure mystery

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

    When we last left Tristan Hunt and his Sea Camp friends, they’d had a rough summer that included being held prisoner by a crazy scientist and being chased by their environment-menacing foe, billionaire JP Rickerton. Camp ended early to get the heat off the kids, but Tristan and his friends aren’t out of action just yet: there’s an emergency by Grand Cayman, where stingrays and other sea life are disappearing. Tristan, Hugh, Ryder, Sam, and Rosina are called in to investigate, but they may end up When we last left Tristan Hunt and his Sea Camp friends, they’d had a rough summer that included being held prisoner by a crazy scientist and being chased by their environment-menacing foe, billionaire JP Rickerton. Camp ended early to get the heat off the kids, but Tristan and his friends aren’t out of action just yet: there’s an emergency by Grand Cayman, where stingrays and other sea life are disappearing. Tristan, Hugh, Ryder, Sam, and Rosina are called in to investigate, but they may end up missing along with the stingrays they’re trying to locate! This third installment is the most fun Tristan Hunt adventure yet. Ms. Prager has hit her stride with this third book; her writing flows smoothly and she’s as comfortable with these characters as they are with one another. There’s more joking around now; more confidence; the kids are a little more inventive with their strategies and bolder when it comes to taking initiative. Tristan isn’t quite as focused on his on-land clumsiness as he’s been in the past, and, being teenagers now, they’re also starting to notice one another. The Jamaican-accents are back, too! This time, instead of sharks, we’ve got stingrays calling the kids “bobo” and “mon”, adding some more humor to the storyline. There are some tense moments and some straight-up James Bond-type stunts happening here, courtesy of a billionaire inventor introduced here. (The books take place around Grand Cayman, there are going to be millionaires, folks.) Readers are going to get some harsh truths in this book: not everyone appreciates life. But that’s why Tristan and his friends work so hard to keep the waters safe. You’re going to read about some pretty terrible conditions that people inflict on sea life and people who try to stop them, but it’s nothing that a kid can’t handle, and hopefully, he or she will come away with a greater respect for our world and the creatures we share that world with. Lots of great conservation and environmental messages here, some new questions introduced (I still have questions from the last book!), and overall, a big, fun read. A plus to your middle grade realistic fantasy (I know that’s not a genre, but it should be) collection.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kid Lit Reviews

    ENTER TO WIN SIGNED COPY OF BOOKS 1 AND 2! Tristan Hunt and the Sea Guardians is a great choice for both boys and girls, age 7 and up. Even adults will love Tristan and his friends, as they tirelessly work to save the world’s oceans. Prager’s writing continues to improve with a story full of humor and heart, twists and plausible situations. Readers will feel the water at their heels, as sea creatures once again help the teens in their quest, making heroes of these lovely creatures. On the cusp of ENTER TO WIN SIGNED COPY OF BOOKS 1 AND 2! Tristan Hunt and the Sea Guardians is a great choice for both boys and girls, age 7 and up. Even adults will love Tristan and his friends, as they tirelessly work to save the world’s oceans. Prager’s writing continues to improve with a story full of humor and heart, twists and plausible situations. Readers will feel the water at their heels, as sea creatures once again help the teens in their quest, making heroes of these lovely creatures. On the cusp of their third year of training, the campers have gained confidence in their abilities, though none as much as Tristan. Tristan possesses a dangerous amount of confidence, which gets him and two friends into a seemingly hopeless situation. It is up to the other characters to rescue the teens, giving them a moment to shine. To Continue Reading,, ENTER GIVEAWAY, and View the Art, Go To: http://bit.ly/StingrayCity

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cheeses

    In my other reviews of The Shark Whisperer and The Shark Rider, I have said that the books were slow getting started. I did not enjoy this third volume for that and other reasons. I was over three quarters of the way through the book by the time I started picking it up for pleasure rather than just for the sake of finishing the series. It was so slow and boring. At the end, there's too many character POVs that I was so confused. This book has more artistic writing than its companions, but is too In my other reviews of The Shark Whisperer and The Shark Rider, I have said that the books were slow getting started. I did not enjoy this third volume for that and other reasons. I was over three quarters of the way through the book by the time I started picking it up for pleasure rather than just for the sake of finishing the series. It was so slow and boring. At the end, there's too many character POVs that I was so confused. This book has more artistic writing than its companions, but is too confusing. Also, there's too many plot conveniences! I will not say my least favorite sue to spoilers, but it's so annoying.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Charity

    For full review please go to: 5girlsbookreviews.blogspot.com, Twitter @camartinez and Facebook "5 Girls Book Reviews" REVIEW BY: Michaela, age 11 years, 8 months MAY CONTAIN SPOILER: This was another great book to this series. I must say, that this whole series has been absolutely, without a doubt, amazingly awesome! I LOVE IT! It's my new favorite series. My favorite character in this book is Sam because she is so upbeat and happy. She makes me smile. For full review please go to: 5girlsbookreviews.blogspot.com, Twitter @camartinez and Facebook "5 Girls Book Reviews" REVIEW BY: Michaela, age 11 years, 8 months MAY CONTAIN SPOILER: This was another great book to this series. I must say, that this whole series has been absolutely, without a doubt, amazingly awesome! I LOVE IT! It's my new favorite series. My favorite character in this book is Sam because she is so upbeat and happy. She makes me smile.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lainie Butler

    Very good Good inside God is outside ok and there is always JJWATT so let us roll u big noobians hair hair hair

  8. 5 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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  29. 5 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Mika Carlin

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