Stormbreaker (Alex Rider)

Stormbreaker (Alex Rider)

Anthony Horowitz

Language: English

Pages: 304

ISBN: 0142406112

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Ten years ago, Anthony Horowitz introduced the world to Alex Rider . . . and now his debut mission is back in a special fully loaded anniversary edition! Packed with bonus material - including a brand new Alex Rider short story, a letter from Anthony Horowitz, and much more!

The Quiller Memorandum

The Ravagers (Matt Helm, Book 8)

Northlight (Quiller, Book 11)

Missed It By That Much! (Get Smart, Book 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sayle. No wonder Blunt and the people at M16 had mistrusted him! But now he was forced to think again. He was standing opposite one of the richest men in England, a man who had decided out of the goodness of his heart to give a huge gift to English schools. Just because he as small and slimy, that didn’t necessarily make him an enemy. Perhaps Blunt was wrong after all. “Ah! Here’s my man now,” Sayle said. “And about bliddy time!” The door had opened and a man had come in, dressed in the black

had first brought him here, he guessed that Port Tallon was a couple of miles away, a walk of less than an hour if the route wasn’t too hilly. In fact, the path climbed upward quite steeply almost at once, and suddenly Alex found himself perched over a clear, blue, and sparkling English Channel, following a track that zigzagged precariously along the edge of a cliff. To one side of him, the fields stretched into the distance with the long grass bending in the breeze. To the other, there was a

goggles. Then it was gone, thudding down in the grass on the other side of him and disappearing instantly as if a curtain had been drawn. Alex scrambled to his feet and began to run. He knew what it was now. He’d seen something similar on holiday, in the sand dunes of Death Valley, Nevada. A Kawasaki four by four, powered by a 400cc engine with automatic transmission. A quad bike. It was circling now, preparing to come after him. And it wasn’t alone. A drone, then a scream, and then a second

would have run right into it. The fence was almost invisible, and the quad bikers, moving fast toward him, would be unable to hear the warning sound over their own engines … He stopped and turned around. About fifty yards away from him, the grass was being flattened by the still invisible quad as it made its next charge. But this time Alex waited. He stood there, balancing on the heels of his feet, like a matador. Twenty yards, ten … Now he was staring straight into the eyes of the rider, saw

would have run right into it. The fence was almost invisible, and the quad bikers, moving fast toward him, would be unable to hear the warning sound over their own engines … He stopped and turned around. About fifty yards away from him, the grass was being flattened by the still invisible quad as it made its next charge. But this time Alex waited. He stood there, balancing on the heels of his feet, like a matador. Twenty yards, ten … Now he was staring straight into the eyes of the rider, saw

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