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REVIEW ↠ Point Blanc (Alex Rider) Ë [Download] ➵ Point Blanc (Alex Rider) By Anthony Horowitz – Danpashley.co.uk The second mission in the number one bestselling Alex Rider seriesIn the second book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz teenage spy Alex is sent by MI6 to infiltrate t The second mission iBlanc Academy But the academy hides a deadly secret Can Alex alert the world to the truth before it's too lat. FantasticThis book is10x better than Stormbreakerwhich is the first Alex rider bookLots of adventureguns and baddies perfect for adventurous book readersThis review was written by my 9 yr old daughter in her own words Personally I found the service excellent the book arrived on time and my daughter is delighted

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The second mission in the number one bestselling Alex Rider seriesIn the second book in the number one bestse. Am currently on the 6th book and this one has been one of my favourites Feel like the story has lost it's initial freshness and originality later in the series and is getting repetitive with him coming back mentally scarred I'm twelve and the series has lost appeal to me as the storyline is rather like the Beast uest books that have the same storyline for literally every book ALSO Horowitz talks about semi auto machine guns I even checked and the definition of a machine gun is that it is fully automatic so it can't be both If you are still reading this review you will have realised that I am an absolute book nerd by now

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Point Blanc Alex RiderLling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz teenage spy Alex is sent by MI to infiltrate the exclusive Point. It's such a shame that the first Alex Rider movie was so bad as this is clearly a far superior story and plot and would have almost certainly been a success It's got great twists a lot darker purpose from the villain and offers up a great ending too Thoroughly enjoyed rereading this as an adult