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Alex Rider: The Gadgets

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 80 Ratings and 80 Reviews

Book Description
As fans of teen spy Alex Rider know, nothing is more fun or mind-boggling than the gadgets that time and again help free him from tight spots, such as the Game Boy that doubled as a Geiger counter in Skeleton Key. Or the CD player with the fast-spinning saw blade in Point Blank that helped free Alex from a steel-barred window. Now, for the first time, readers everywhere can glimpse the secret file... More
Book Information
PublisherPhilomel Books
BindingHardcover (29 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages56
Publication Date04/20/2006
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About Anthony Horowitz (Author) : Anthony Horowitz's life might have been copied from the pages of Charles Dickens or the Brothers Grimm. Born in 1956 in Stanmore, Middlesex, to a family of wealth and status, Anthony was raised by nan... more
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8/17/2009 Margaret Turley said:
Anthony Horowitz has any child believing they can be part of MI6. the story lines are gripping, the characters very likable. I've read all of his books in the Alex Rider Series and the Gateway series and recommend them highly for middle grade readers. I've passed them on to my nephews and nieces - a... more

tags: I recommend, Inspired me, I read

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