Stormbreaker: Behind the Scenes

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Penguin Group USA, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 63 pages
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From behind-the-scenes interviews with the stars, to the ins and outs of all the amazing stunts, to all of Alex's fascinating gadgets, a making-of book for the new Alex Rider movie features loads of exclusive material in full color. Original.

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User Review  - lcbrochert - LibraryThing

Alex, a secret agent needs to uncuver a computer factory and starts sneing about the factory...will he mack it? This book is good for people who like spy's because in the story the main charicter is spying on a man who is evl. Read full review

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I luv this book so much any1 hu is reading it don't giv up it's about this guy called Alex rider he is spy working for m16
This is also a movie it is called stormabreaker. The book is a bout this guy
called Harrod sayle hu wants to giv free computers to every skool in Britain but m16 think it mite be a plot so they send Alex to investigate. Every1 I told to read it hav loved it I'm sure u will too! 

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Author and television scriptwriter Anthony Horowitz was born in Stanmore, England on April 5, 1956. At the age of eight, he was sent to a boarding school in London. He graduated from the University of York and published his first book, Enter Frederick K. Bower (1979), when he was 23. He writes mostly children's books, including the Alex Rider series, The Power of Five series, and the Diamond Brothers series. The Alex Rider series is about a 14-year-old boy becoming a spy and was made into a movie entitled Stormbreaker. He has won numerous awards including the 1989 Lancashire Children's Book of the Year Award for Groosham Grange and the 2003 Red House Children's Book Award for Skeleton Key. He also writes novels for adults including The Killing Joke and The Magpie Murders. He has created Foyle's War and Midsomer Murders for television as well as written episodes for Poirot and Murder Most Horrid. He made The New York Times Best Seller list with his titles The House of Silk Russian Roulette: The Story of an Assassin and Moriarity.Most recently he was commissioned by the Ian Fleming Estate to write the James Bond novel Trigger Mortis. Anthony was awarded an OBE for his services to literature in January 2014.

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