Alex Rider is now an IMDb TV/Amazon Original Series!
From internationally bestselling author Anthony Horowitz comes the twelfth thrilling installment of the Alex Rider series! Follow the world's greatest teen spy as he sets off to Gibraltar after the death of Scorpia, and enters into a battle against a new criminal organization: Nightshade.
Following the shocking events of Never Say Die, Alex Rider's world has changed: his biggest enemy, the evil organization Scorpia, has been destroyed. Alex is hoping his life can finally go back to normal, that he can go to school and spend time with his friends--but very quickly everything changes. A new and dangerous criminal organization--Nightshade--is rising.
When Alex discovers they've planned a mysterious attack on London, he will stop at nothing to take them down. But protecting his home city means facing off a ruthless new enemy and putting his life at stake, again. And this time, there's no one to save him if he makes a mistake.
The #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling Alex Rider series is back with a vengeance in this edge-of-your-seat adventure. Perfect for fans of James Bond and Jason Bourne!
Praise for Alex Rider!
I absolutely am in love with the Alex Rider series. There aren’t to many good teen spy books out there. I have read Spy School by Stuart Gibs. ( a series I recommend if you like Alex Rider.) Nothing tops Alex Rider. I can’t put any of the books down and haters back off Skeleton Key and Ark Angel aren’t that bad. I hope this review was helpful.
A Great Book, but what’s Next?
(SPOILER ALERT) I will try to not give much away. The latest additions to the Alex Rider series have been great, but each time, he becomes more and more known. With his face completely exposed during this book, I wonder how he can even continue. Overall, the book was good. To me, this book is a puzzle. I’m constantly trying to figure out the secrets that are being held, as well as how Alex is going to escape. This addition was no different. Somehow, the author manages to make something new each time, without getting boring or running out of ideas.