Stormbreaker Book Report

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STORMBREAKER
This month I read the book, Stormbreaker, by Antony johnston. It is a graphic novel that does not have page numbers. I chose to read this because i like graphic novels, and this is the first book in the series.
This book takes place in Europe. It is futuristic, but it does not give a specific date. Most of the book takes place in some tall buildings in Europe. This setting is important because most of the conflict involves shouting and hand on hand fighting the protagonist goes to school in.
The main character, or protagonist, is Alex Rider is new at this school so he has to tell about himself in front of the class. He is physically short and strong. Also, he has a hard time controlling his anger. He doesn't have many friends,

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