Alex Rider

Topics: Anthony Horowitz, Australian Secret Intelligence Service, Gang Pages: 2 (473 words) Published: April 22, 2012
Alex rider Bites back.

The author of this fine novel is Alex rider and the title is called Snakehead. This book is published by WALKER BOOKS in London, Boston, Sydney and Auckland. Also this book is quite long, about 400 pages.


Snakehead is a book about a 14 year old boy Alex Rider that accepted the job to destroy a ferocious gang called the Snakeheads for the England Secret Intelligence. In this book, the last book of the series, he works for the Australian Secret Intelligence and is sent to Bangkok, Thailand. There he meets his Godfather he never met to try and find the murderer of his parents.. At the end he finds that the murderer of his parents was actually his Godfather and he tries to stop him from destroying half of Australia. He goes through many adventures and finally destroyed the gang and punished his Godfather.

In the last chapter he meets with a girl that got lost and had many years to see each other again, Sabrina , which is in love with him and invites him for dinner and they chit-chat mentioning many of their previous adventures until the dinner is ready. They then eat together happily and the story ends.

The author writes this book in 3rd person. The story picks up moments before the last one ended. The characters are mainly Alex and his godfather also some soldiers he went to camp with and his guardian.After his other friend Sabrina arrives to surprise him. The book is very sunspensing and leaves you with questions even in the end.It has cliffhangers and makes...
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