Investigations into the "accidental" deaths of two of the world's most powerful men have revealed just one link: Both had a son attending Point Blanc Academy, an exclusive school for rebellious rich kids, run by the sinister Dr Grief and set high on an isolated mountain peak in the French Alps.
Armed only with a false ID and a new collection of brilliantly disguised gadgets, Alex must infiltrate the academy as a pupil and establish the truth about what is really happening there.
©2001 Anthony Horowitz (P)2014 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
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Great story and great narration the best bit is when he is telling you all of his plans and this bit is to fill the last part of the review as it hast be 20 words
"really really good book"
really good book found really easy to listen too and could not stop listening for the last 8 chapters
Once again another fantastic story about the teenager spy Alex Rider by Anthony Horowitz. Brilliant narrative who knows how to pack a punch, brilliant a definite must for anyone of any age.
"A Great Second Instalment "
This second installment is a great representation of Hororwitz thinking bigger and exploring different experiences for out favourite teenage spy. Still in its early days the book reflects the gripping and compelling story telling that is later found in the future books. This book a great example of how his villains are always larger than life and sometimes almost comical in their absurdity but at the same time believable in their convictions. It also explores Alex lives though struggle between the action filled world where he belongs but hates and the mundane everyday which he craves but is always the outsider for is experiences has began to distance himself from that life he left behind; a struggle that is further explored and is the main theme for Alex's character journey in the whole series.
"action packed story, wont get bored lots of twists"
a great ending too download this one and you'll listen repeatedly. enjoy the book and the narrating which is great
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