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Teen boy turned spy - a recipe for a bestseller

Advantages: Action packed, fast paced book which has you on the edge of your seat.
Disadvantages: May be the last Alex Rider book.

This is the sixth book in the Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz. Horowitz is a prolific writer of both children's books and of other projects. As well as writing the Alex Rider series, he has also worked on another series called The Diamond Brothe ...

rosieemma91 04.08.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Ark Angel: Bk. 6 (Alex Rider 6) - Anthony Horowitz

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Enemy of the public... number two

Advantages: great plot and so enjoyably easy to read
Disadvantages: none, even for adults

This second in the Diamond brothers collection was penned by Anthony Horowitz in 1987, (three years after The Falcon's Malteser) BRIEF STORY... Herbert Simple is a private investigator, albeit a bad one, who goes by the name of Tim Diamond, ...

blissman70 05.05.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Public Enemy Number Two - Anthony Horowitz

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Fantastic Read by a Fantastic Author!

Advantages: Full of action, great characters, good plot
Disadvantages: --

Point Blanc is the sequel to Stormbreaker (reviewed) and is the second book in the fantastic Alex Rider series written by Anthony Horowitz. Alex is a 14 year old who is reluctantly working for MI6. He is sent away to a boarding school in the French Alps w ...

mariofan123 20.06.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Point Blanc (Alex Rider 2) - Anthony Horowitz

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Young Bond...sorry, Alex Rider, kicks some ass in Africa

Advantages: Likely to appeal to fans of the series
Disadvantages: Some rather implausible events

Alex Rider is a name well known to English teachers, so it was high time that I tried reading at least one book in this popular series to find out just what all the fuss was about. ‘Crocodile Tears’, nominated for this year’s Berkshire Book Award and desc ...

brokenangelkisses 13.08.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Crocodile Tears (Alex Rider) - Anthony Horowitz

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No Tears About This Book

Advantages: fun, adventurous, light-hearted
Disadvantages: too many coincidences, not the strongest in the series

Crocodile Tears is the eighth book in the Alex Rider series. This is a series aimed at younger readers but enjoyable to adults. It’s about a fourteen year old boy who is manipulated into working as a secret agent. In this book, Alex is involved in a ca ...

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Review of Crocodile Tears (Alex Rider) - Anthony Horowitz

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