HPL TEEN BOOK REVIEWS

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Review By: Sami Rahmani

Title: Stormbreaker: Alex Rider

ISBN: 978-0-399-23620-4

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I find myself attracted to spy novels and this book didn’t disappoint. If you haven’t read this book yet, it’s a grave mistake that you must fix. Stormbreaker starts off with an unfortunate accident and Alex is thrown into a completely foreign world of British spies and secrets. He soon figures out his family bloodlines are not as innocent as they seem. Thrust into a dangerous mission against a dangerous businessman, Alex can only use his training, wits and gadgets to survive. Altogether, the plot kept me glued and I tore through the book. 

The characters in the story are all easy to have emotions against. Horowitz does a great job in making the characters genuine, and I came to be fond of Alex very quickly. His mindset was relatable and I found myself rooting for him. Not only that, the way the story unfolds you feel like you’re right there in the world of espionage. 

Overall, Stormbreaker was a great opening to a teen spy series which I look forward to finish reading. 

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