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Skeleton Key Alex Rider has been through a lot for his fourteen years He s been shot at by international terrorists, chased down a mountainside on a makeshift snowboard, and has stood face to face with pure evil Twice, young Alex has managed to save the world And twice, he has almost been killed doing it But now Alex faces something even dangerous The desperation of a man who has lost everything he cared for his country and his only son A man who just happens to have a nuclear weapon and a serious grudge against the free world To see his beloved Russia once again be a dominant power, he will stop at nothing Unless Alex can stop him first Uniting forces with America s own CIA for the first time, teen spy Alex Rider battles terror from the sun baked beaches of Miami all the way to the barren ice fields of northernmost Russia Come along for the thrilling ride of a lifetime This is my seventh Anthony Horowitz book and I noticed a couple of bold moves in the sudden change in his patterns Some are good, some are craps.In the first two books of Alex Rider and in all the Gatekeepers books, his main villain always have some kind of physical deformities, creepy appearance and sometimes, even monstrous I like these books but the villain pattern is getting tiring Good thing that in Skeleton Key, he introduced us the General Alexeis Sarov, a sixty something years old Rus This is my seventh Anthony Horowitz book and I noticed a couple of bold moves in the sudden change in his patterns Some are good, some are craps.In the first two books of Alex Rider and in all the Gatekeepers books, his main villain always have some kind of physical deformities, creepy appearance and sometimes, even monstrous I like these books but the villain pattern is getting tiring Good thing that in Skeleton Key, he introduced us the General Alexeis Sarov, a sixty something years old Russian general but looked twenty years younger , tall, well built and radiates power and control And in contrary to all the past villains who were shown to be motivated only by greed for power or vengeance, Horowitz gave Sarov an emotional depth Yes, he has devious plans that will end the world but his longing will make it hard for you to completely hate him At the end, his death oh common, it s not a spoiler We know that all Alex Rider s enemies gets killed at the end will not entirely give you satisfaction but you will also sympathize with his character By giving his villain a new dimension, we get to seeof Alex Rider In this book, we don t only get to see Alex s master skills on being a spy but also it reminded us that he is still just a boy, longing for parents that he never had This is a major development in Alex s character Plot wise, Point Blank is better The mystery of what the villain s scheme is harder to decipher in Point Blank While in Skeleton Key, even if its not stated, we already can guess what is Sarov s plan But if you will look at the development of the whole storyarc of the series, this book was better Point Blank is still my favorite but Skeleton Key is this close to it On the downside, Horowitz also introduced us a new character, Sabina Pleasure, who possibly will appearin the future books There s a huge possibility that Alex will fall in love with her I don t know what got into Horowitz head for doing this but come on, this is a spy book And in spy fiction, the only room for a female character is a sexual partner or a badass chick sidekick You cannot have a romantic angle And what s up with the name Pleasure Come on His market are supposed to be boys, don t try widening it just for the sake of the increase of sales If a girl doesn t have interest in spy books, she will never have any interest in it even if you introduce a romantic angle to it If the succeeding books will continue to be sappy and romantic, I m out Too bad, I already got until book five 3.5 stars.Gosh, this series is so addictive Even if it s completely unrealistic Even if Alex Rider should have died 50 times over at this point.Alex grows on you I pity his situation of being an orphan but I admire the amount of strength he shows every day and especially during missions to save the world Go Alex Point Blanc Point Blank Alex Rider, 2 , Anthony HorowitzPoint Blanc is the second book in the Alex Rider series, written by British author Anthony Horowitz The book was released in the United Kingdom on September 3, 2001 and in North America on April 15, 2002, under the alternate title Point Blank The book opens with the death of American electronics billionaire Michael J Roscoe in an elevator shaft in his New York City offices, arranged by a reputable contract killer known only as The G Point Blanc Point Blank Alex Rider, 2 , Anthony HorowitzPoint Blanc is the second book in the Alex Rider series, written by British author Anthony Horowitz The book was released in the United Kingdom on September 3, 2001 and in North America on April 15, 2002, under the alternate title Point Blank The book opens with the death of American electronics billionaire Michael J Roscoe in an elevator shaft in his New York City offices, arranged by a reputable contract killer known only as The Gentleman In London, Alex Rider ends up in trouble with the police for causing a large amount of damage to a new conference centre by exposing a school drug dealer operating out of a barge in Putney River 2010 1387 296 3 9789642980024 21 Alex Is Awesome I ve probably said it before, but I ll say it again And probably again And probably again What can I say He s great I am sooooo going to keep reading this series Absolutely Definitely Undoubtedly.I especially loved the villain in this book Er, I mean, I hated him But I loved how he was done Although I did hate him, I also pitied him His evident pain his deep emotions added a wonderful layer of realism to him.On another note, the vacation setting really fits Alex Is Awesome I ve probably said it before, but I ll say it again And probably again And probably again What can I say He s great I am sooooo going to keep reading this series Absolutely Definitely Undoubtedly.I especially loved the villain in this book Er, I mean, I hated him But I loved how he was done Although I did hate him, I also pitied him His evident pain his deep emotions added a wonderful layer of realism to him.On another note, the vacation setting really fits with this time of year So that was nice DI just really, really enjoyed this OO

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