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The Fourth Stall Part III (The Fourth Stall #3)

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The saga of Mac, Vince, and middle school organized crime comes to a thrilling conclusion in THE FOURTH STALL PART III. Their business is finished, and Mac’s and Vince’s lives have become something they have never been before: simple. None of the fortune or the glory and none of the risk or threat of juvenile prison. There’s even a new business that has stepped in to take ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published February 5th 2013 by Walden Pond Press
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Caitlyn Scott
Mar 16, 2015 Caitlyn Scott rated it it was amazing
I loved it so much! (it's not surprising that I love it). I wish there was a part lV. But it was a great way to end the series. The story glued your eyes to the pages and blocked out everything else! I recommend this trilogy to anyone.
Ms. Yingling
Feb 12, 2013 Ms. Yingling rated it really liked it
Mac is back, but he and Vince are laying low after their last escapade. It's hard to stay away from their old life, though-- Staples is back and wants their help contacting his sister who is in foster care, and they are contacted by Jimmy Two-Tone, a new kid who wants to take over their business and give them a cut of the profits. Jimmy's doing a great business, but Mac starts to suspect that Jimmy is creating problems so he can make money solving them. Turns out this is the case, and Jimmy has ...more
Vinuoc C.
Sep 27, 2014 Vinuoc C. rated it it was amazing
I started reading this book because I had decided to read the final book of the Fourth Stall Triology. The book proved to be a very nice read, almost exceeding the past 2 iterations.

What I liked about the book was the honesty and dedication of the characters in the story. For example, when Mac was suffering expulsion due to him being framed by his email address being connected to the attack on the school computers, leaving all of them internally destroyed, his best friend Vince was also accused,
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Grace
Mar 15, 2016 Grace rated it really liked it
Wonderful book, but the ending felt a bit to real for me. It was almost too real. I get that the book is based off of stuff that truly could've happened, but based on all of the other events, I was expecting a happier ending. In all, it was an amazing book, and the (almost) perfect way to end the series.
Christian Daulat
Jun 01, 2017 Christian Daulat rated it really liked it
Boy, did they end with a good finale.

The Fourth Stall Part III is the final installment of the Fourth Stall, and was is a great way to finish up the series. They completely ditched all the niceties of the second book, it seemed like a different universe from the second book. Unlike its predecessor, this book goes straight to the adventure and action, like the first book. They didn't completely become these folly excuses for detectives like the second book. It went straight to it and did they del
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Kim
Nov 03, 2016 Kim rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Awesome

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Laura
Oct 24, 2016 Laura rated it it was ok
I did not care for this book. I was very uncomfortable with the elementary and middle school mafia.
Kate
Apr 10, 2013 Kate rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2013-challenge


First let me say that I currently am having a book three problem. It feels like all my favorite trilogies are all coming to a close at the same time. It's draining. I want to know how they end, but I'm not ready for them to be over! So like a bad blogger I've been avoiding them (it's a coping mechanism, okay?!) All these book threes are stacked up in a nice neat pile, just waiting for me to get up the nerve to open them up. The Fourth Stall sat there for a little while, and of course, when I fi
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Katie Fitzgerald
Mac and Vince have had a successful business since kindergarten, but after getting busted by the school principal last year, they are finished with organized crime. Retired. Out of the game. In fact, they have handed over their business to newcomer Jimmy Two-Tone, who takes care of all the business operations and gives the founders a mere cut of his profits. The only problem is, Staples is back and he needs help getting custody of his little sister, and there is a criminal mastermind at nearby T ...more
Alison
Nov 19, 2012 Alison rated it really liked it
Middle Grade boys love this series!

I read the synopsis of The Fourth Stall an entire year before the first book came out, and I knew I had to have it. I had a feeling that kids, especially my sons, were going to love it. I was right!

For anyone who is new to this series, allow me to sum it up before heading into my review. Mac and Vince ran a business out of the fourth stall of the boys' bathroom in their elementary school - Mac was the front man, Vince was the numbers guy. They did favors for ki
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KJ
Sep 09, 2013 KJ rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book, “The Fourth Stall”, by “Chris Rylander”.
This book takes place in your average middle school. This book was about a character named "Christian" his nickname was "Mac". Christian tries to protect his school from danger and other issues. Not only did he care for his school, but also he especially cared for his friends. At the end of the book he was expelled from his school. There was a boy named "Vince", who was Christian's best friend since the 4th grade. They both were
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Devone Jackson
May 18, 2014 Devone Jackson rated it really liked it
The Fourth Stall is a realistic fiction series created by Chris Rylander. The characters are Vince, Mac, Staples, Kinko(Abby), and Mr. Dickerson. The story takes place in the beginning of the seventh grade year for Vince and Mac. The story is about how Mac and Vince both have given up their in-school business of helping school students with their personal problems for money and how they try to escape the business permanently. A new kid named Jimmy Two-Tone asks for their permission to let him t ...more
Kimberly
Feb 10, 2013 Kimberly rated it really liked it
You can read a guest post the author did on my blog here: http://www.thewindypages.com/2013/02/...

Mac and Vince are trying to live a simple, uncomplicated life now that their business is closed. But you know what they say- you can't ever really leave. Being pulled back into business, a new nemesis from another school, and Mac and Vince are in way over their heads. And it's not just them who are in trouble. Their entire school has a target on it and the only way to save everyone is by banding tog
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Kinko
Dec 03, 2016 Kinko rated it it was amazing
THIS IS MY FAVORITE BOOK EVER!!!!!
This was the best book of the series. The characters were so great, both the old ones and the new ones. Tyrell has gotten better, Vince's grandma is just as funny, if not, better as well, and the new characters are fantastic. Is it just me, or is Jimmy Two-Tone the middle school version of Donald Trump? He's stupid, a terrible businessman, and just plain hilarious. (These are my personal opinions, and they were not meant to offend anyone.) My friend and I love m
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Suzanne Dix
Book three picks up as the founders of the school’s criminal syndicate, Mac and Vince, are entering 7th grade and enjoying retirement (albeit a forced one). Both boys have come to realize that the evil of their ways, though lucrative, was immensely time-consuming and stressful. Mere days into the new shcool year go by before they find themselves embroiled in new and nefarious events: co-opting their defunct business to a new kid at school, dealing with their old nemesis Staples and looking into ...more
Dena (Batch of Books)
As far as middle grade entertainment goes, this book has a lot of things I love. The main character is funny and witty. His friends are a concoction of all the weirdest kids at school. He is an intelligent boy that just so happens to have a knack for illegal business. I love the way Chris Rylander never lets us forget that his characters are children. They slurp their spaghetti and play with their fruit roll ups while plotting and carrying out complicated business deals.

I haven't read the other
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Connor Sullivan
Oct 20, 2015 Connor Sullivan rated it it was amazing
This is my favorite book to read and I read this every summer. The Fourth Stall part three is the best book I have ever read. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a rush of excitement and never wants to put a book down in the middle of a good scene and wants to keep on reading. When people are reading this book, it is even better when you read the entire series, that way you can understand what is going on even better. You can catch on because he brings back information f ...more
Melissa
Mar 28, 2013 Melissa rated it really liked it
I read the first 2 books quite awhile ago, so I was a little fuzzy on some of the events that book 3 referred back to. Quite a good story to end this trilogy. Definitely would be a hit for preteen boys. I know my class loved book 1 as a read-aloud.

"The saga of Mac, Vince, and middle school organized crime comes to a thrilling conclusion in THE FOURTH STALL PART III. Their business is finished, and Mac’s and Vince’s lives have become something they have never been before: simple. None of the fort
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Ismael Oliveros
May 08, 2015 Ismael Oliveros rated it it was amazing
Mystery is the theme that is talked in this book! This book is all about mystery and the fact that you can help people with anything in this world makes this business spread. Of course, in the other books, it has talked about the problems Mac and Vince had to go through. Although in real life situations you can't make a business inside the school, you can still be helpful to other people that need it, without a cost. This book shows mystery too. In life, sometimes we have to investigate the prob ...more
Jeff Raymond
The Fourth Stall series comes to a conclusion by getting back to its roots somewhat. At the very least, it's better than Godfather III, right?

Regardless, our two main characters are out of the schoolyard crime business, and not a moment too soon given the short leash they're on. Unfortunately for them, there's a new kid in town who's trying to cut into their old business, and it's not going to go well for them unless they help their former bully nemesis and put a stop to it once and for all.

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Rubi
Oct 29, 2012 Rubi rated it did not like it
*SPOILERS* Do not read on if you don't want the ending spoiled for you!
Anyway, everyone is entitled to their opinion (and I'm sure many will still love this book), but I was disappointed when I read this book :(
The writing was still great, funny and mysterious at time, but...
I really really love Mac/Christian and I hated to see my favorite character schooled like that, it was kinda sad, because Mac was supposed to be this really smart, great business kid & the way he was beaten out by younge
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StorySnoops
Feb 12, 2013 StorySnoops rated it really liked it
The Fourth Stall Part III is the page-turning conclusion to the Fourth Stall trilogy. As with its predecessors, it is part middle school nod to The Godfather, part noir crime caper, and part over-the-top havoc. In this wrap-up story, reformed (hopefully!) bad guy Staples is back, hoping for help to clean up his image so he can get custody of his younger sister. In addition, Mac and Vince are up against their worthiest business rival ever, who turns out to be a third grade girl. A variety of larg ...more
7robbie
May 07, 2013 7robbie rated it liked it
I thought this was a very interesting and humorous book. I had a connection to this book because one of the kids in the story had one of his very valuable baseball cards stolen and needed to get it back. I also have a lot of baseball cards and if I lost one of my very valuable ones or it was stolen, I would be very upset too. This book is about two kids named Mac and Vince who have retired from their business. Their business was helping all of the kids at their school with their problems. They s ...more
Thomas
Oct 25, 2013 Thomas rated it it was amazing
This was an outstanding book to conclude the Fourth Stall trilogy. In this book Mac has retired from his business in the fourth stall. To start the story Mac gets an extemporaneous visit from his business rival Staples. Staples needs Mac's help, but Mac refuses because he can't get back into all of the hastle of running his business again. Later Mac meets a new student named Jimmy Two-Tone. Jimmy offers to take control of Mac's business and will give him 15 percent of the profits. It's an offer ...more
TylerZ322
May 13, 2016 TylerZ322 rated it really liked it
In the third a final book of the Fourth Stall series Mac and Vince's business is done. Now their lives are something it's never been before: simple. In addition to that someone else has replaced them in solving peoples' problems. All until a bunch a problems came at once. Their school started getting sabotaged. A new crime boss at a school in another town. An old nemesis begging for help. Just when they thought they were back to their normal lives, they're pulled right back in. How will they be ...more
P.M.
Mar 08, 2013 P.M. rated it liked it
Mac is back to start grade 7 and is retired from the business ... or not. Jimmy Two Tone has taken over the fourth stall and the business. But Kinko from Thief Valley School is planning to take over both schools. Mac tries to mend fences between the two schools and succeeds in mediating a payment of $4,000 and all the permanent records from his school. There is also a return visit from Staples, the bully Mac took down in book one. Kinko also happens to be Staples' sister. I didn't like this book ...more
Jaime Leroy
Mar 21, 2013 Jaime Leroy rated it liked it
Shelves: middle-school
While not as good as the first two books in the series, this book still has the humor that will keep fans of the series happy. In this final book of the series, Mac and Vince have pulled back from the business and have “sold” it to classmate named Jimmy. Thinking they can go on to live the quiet life, Mac and Vince are surprised when they are pulled back into the business when things start to get out of hand. An old nemesis becomes an ally and a bigger threat may take them all down.

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Tracey
Dec 21, 2013 Tracey rated it liked it
Shelves: children-s, 2013
children's middlegrade fiction (great for 4th-7th grades, esp. boys, and esp. kids who like baseball and mobster/spy movies). part 3 of the series but stands alone--you don't need to have read the first 2 installments. I could've done without so many of Vince's "grandma says" jokes, and the use of bully behaviors (for the good of the school?) was a mite questionable, but overall I think this'd do well with the intended audience.
Morninglight Mama
Eh... I enjoyed the first of this series well enough, and even number two was fun, but this one just didn't appeal to me as much. Keep in mind that I'm definitely not the target audience, and my twelve year old enjoyed it. So, if middle school readers are already invested in the series, they'll surely be happy for another round of Mac's adventures, even after he swore to get out of the business for good at the end of book two.
Rene' Riddle
May 06, 2015 Rene' Riddle rated it liked it
I can suspend my disbelief only so much. I was a little disappointed with this book; I enjoyed the first two so much and this one is absolutely absurd. It also didn't have enough of my favorite bullies in it, Great White and Kitten (I do enjoy Tyrell though, and he has several good scenes.) However, I still experienced several laugh-out-loud moments which this story deserves some stars for. I would still recommend this series to anyone who appreciates good middle school boy humor.
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