Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz You’re never too young to die… After a friend recommended the Alex Rider books, and the movie adaptation pricked my interest, I settled down with Stormbreaker, the first of what is (currently) a nine-book series. Alex is a fourteen year old English schoolboy who wakes early one morning to find that […]Read More
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Point Blank by Anthony Horowitz I read the first book in the ALEX RIDER series (Stormbreaker) several years ago, and since I enjoyed it so much, I’ve no idea why it’s taken me this long to get to its sequel: Point Blank, named for the elite boarding school high in the French Alps. Here the troubled […]Read More
Rebecca Fisher´s rating: 3 | Anthony Horowitz | Young Adult | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
Skeleton Key by Anthony Horowitz The ALEX RIDER books have always veered on the side of realism (as opposed to other teen-targeted spy stories such as Spy Kids and Kim Possible) but even I was surprised by just how dark the third book in Anthony Horowitz‘s series actually got. Having been recruited and trained by […]Read More
Rebecca Fisher´s rating: 3.5 | Anthony Horowitz | Young Adult | SFF Reviews | | 1 comment |
The House of Silk: A Sherlock Holmes Novel by Anthony Horowitz FORMAT/INFO: The House of Silk is 304 pages long divided over a Preface, twenty numbered/titled chapters, and an Afterword. Narration is in the first person, exclusively via Dr. Watson. The House of Silk is self-contained. November 1, 2011 marks the North American Hardcover publication […]Read More
Robert Thompson (RETIRED)´s rating: 4.5 | Anthony Horowitz | Stand-Alone | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz I really love Sherlock Holmes. I’ve read all of the original stories, several literary adaptations, and regularly watch not only the BBC but also the American television show, both of which are great (gonna talk smack about Elementary? Come at me, bro!). Last year I had the privilege of teaching an […]Read More
Kate Lechler´s rating: 2 | Anthony Horowitz | Stand-Alone | SFF Reviews | | 1 comment |
Pentagram — (1983-1989) Young adult. Publisher: Thirteen-year-old Martin’s new life with a foster mother on a Yorkshire farm quickly becomes a nightmare where evil and unbelievable happenings seem to threaten his life. Power of Five (The gatekeepers) — (2005-2012) Ages 9-12. This series is called Power of Five in the UK and The Gatekeepers in […]Read More
TBR | Anthony Horowitz | To Be Reviewed | | no comments |
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