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Scorpia (Alex Rider) Paperback – February 16, 2006
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High-tech and low-tech machinations will rivet readers. One book and theyll be hooked! -- Booklist
What if James Bond had started spying as a teenager? Non-stop action keeps the intrigue boiling. -- Kirkus Reviews, on Stormbreaker
Will bring readers to the edge of their seats and keep them there until the final page. -- School Library Journal
About the Author
Anthony Horowitz, in addition to being an international bestselling author, is also the writer and creator of the multi-award-winning television series Foyle’s War. He lives in London, England. Visit him online at www.alexrideradventures.com and www.anthonyhorowitz.com or follow him on Twitter @AnthonyHorowitz.
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Now, I gave it five out of five stars because of character development. In Alex, Mr. Blunt, Jack, and even Mr. Smithers, we see so much character development, though Especially in Alex. When he first started all we saw was a fourteen year old boy thrust into a world he never knew existed and most likely never wanted to know. In this book, the end, we see that Alex has grown so much, physically and emotionally. I really noted the growth during his (almost) torture scene. Fairly calm, for the most part, but still alert, aware. I loved this book, this whole series, in every twist, turn, and death.