Monday, 23 April 2012

Anthony Horowitz (2011), Scorpia Rising (Alex Rider), Walker

By Noah Ottersen, 2º ESO A
A teenage spy from M.I.6 who is ordered to go to Egypt, with his guardian Jack Starbright in. He is comfronted with his old enemies, The group of assassin’s of Scorpia. This is the greatest, deadliest and last mission of all, in which his best friend he has known all of his life dies.
The part I liked the most because it was the most tense, was almost near the end. Razim had Alex strapped to a chair. Watching a screen with Jack starbright attempting to escape from the palace. Beside Alex was Julius Grief holding a remote control with only one red button. Razim wanted Alex to experience emotional pain. When Starbright got into a car, that she thought would give her a chance to escape, Julius pushed the button and the car exploded and …

Well, to be honest, I would not recommend this book to anyone who hasn’t read the other 8 books of the Alex Rider series, because this is the most complicated of the series, so if they haven’t read the others, then they would not understand anything. And finally, if you like books about spy’s, then this would be the perfect book. 

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