Alex Rider Pack

A billionaire’s gift – with a deadly sting in its tail.

Dr Grief’s Point Blanc: a mountain school with a sinister secret.

The insane Russian General who plans to change history… the nuclear way.

A murderous madman and an assassin, both poised to strike.

A criminal group that can offer Alex something no-one else can: the truth.

The eco-terrorism cell with ambitions that are out of this world.

The Triads whose Snakeheads have poison in their blood.

The charity benefactor with murder on his mind.

One teenage boy. Eight awesome missions. Countless evil villains. A million horrible ways to die. Furious excitement, nail-biting danger, adrenaline-soaked tension and nerve-clenching thrills. The must-have pack from the must-read teenage spy!

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  • I love the series and Anthony Horowitz is a great author.

    7 March 2014

  • I love these Alex Rider books. Full of suspense and action

    8 March 2013

  • its a good book

    6 March 2013

  • loved it

    I think that all these books are definately worth reading. My favourite book in this pack is Ark angel

    5 March 2013

  • These are great book and are packed with adventure. Each one has a new plot and they are a must read. I couldn’t put them down. Ages 12+

    6 March 2012

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    Anthony Horowitz

    It’s 15 years since the first awesome Alex Rider adventure and they’re still the real deal, loved by millions worldwide.

    Awards

    Anthony’s awards include the Booksellers Association/Nielsen Author of the Year Award 2007, the Children’s Book of the Year for Ark Angel and the Red House Children’s Book Awards for Skeleton Key. In 2013 he was awarded an OBE for services to literature.

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