Alex Rider: Never Say Die [Cover Release]

After all of these years, one of my favorite series as a kid, Anthony Horowitz is finally coming out with another Alex Rider book!

I’m definitely going to be checking it out!

Now all they need to do is make the entire series into a book, as I’ve been waiting years for them to do more!

Alex Rider: Never Say Die


Alex Rider Series #1-9 by Anthony Horowitz

From Anthony Horowitz Alex Rider Website – Click Here

This was the book that introduced Alex Rider, the world’s most successful 14-year-old spy. Here he’s fighting Herod Sayle who has invented the amazing Stormbreaker computer. But there’s something nasty hidden in the software…

The second Alex adventure sends Alex to a strange finishing school in the Alps where Dr Grief and the hideous Mrs Stellenbosch are clearly up to no good.

In the third adventure, Alex is nearly killed by the Chinese triads and is sent to American where he finds himself up against General Sarov, a renegade Russian with plans to reshape the world.

A multi-millionaire pop singer who has gone mad provides Alex with his next challenge. This book sees the reappearance of Yassen Gregorovich, the assassin from Stormbreaker – and also Sabina Pleasure, Alex’s girlfriend.

Everyone was shocked by the ending of Alex’s fifth adventure, a fight to the death with Scorpia, an evil criminal organisation. Many people thought it was the last Alex Rider book…


…but it wasn’t. Ark Angel is released in April 2005. The story concerns a space station and starts with Alex in hospital, still recovering from his near fatal wound.


Undercover in a poisonous world, teen spy Alex Rider is back for his seventh adrenalin-rush adventure!

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Undercover in a poisonous world, teen spy Alex Rider is back for his seventh adrenalin-rush adventure!


Scorpia has dogged Alex Rider for most of his life. They killed his parents, they did their best to con Alex into turning traitor, and they just keep coming back with more power. Now the world’s most dangerous terrorist organization is playing with fire in the world’s most combustible land: the Middle East. No one knows Scorpia like Alex. And no one knows how best to get to Alex like Scorpia. Until now.The chases have never been more intense, the fights more treacherous, or the risks so perilous to mankind. And this time, Alex won’t get away.
     This series was probably one of the best series that I have ever read. It had everything that a good book series should have. It had action, comedy, and romance. It also had everything that a good spy series should have. It had the enemies that do not give up (Scorpia, one the main enemies, shows up twice in Scorpia and Scorpia Rising) and it has the cool gadgets (I mean what is a spy without cool stuff.) It even has the explosions, car chases, and helicopter crashes. It has everything that an avid reader (like me) would want in a book series.
     I really liked this series as for a few reasons. Some of my reasons were stated above but my next reason is also really important. The characters were described really well. While I was reading the book I could actually picture them in my mind. Also their behavior never changed. You always knew what Alex would do. You knew that if there was a bad guy he would not pass up the chance to deal with it.
     I also like the story line of the MI6 (the British intelligence agency) recruiting a 14 year old boy. It is impossible (not improbable as Alex Rider showed :)) and hearing the impossible in a normal book is nice. When I say normal I mean not mythical, magical, or mysterious.
     When I was younger I used to have an obsession with spies and the CIA, FBI, MI6 and so on and so forth and when my friend told me about this series I had to read it. I devoured the first book but I did not read the second because it was a little violent (a man was stabbed in the back, given a pair of concrete shoes, and thrown to the bottom of the Thames River) but my friend asked me a year later if I had read the new one book (which had just come out at that time) and I decided to try the series again. I ate the first 7 books in about 4 months and the 8th I got a few months later. Then I heard that a 9th book came out (Scorpia Rising) and I read that book in under a week (I believe I read it in about 3 days.)
If you are interested in this type of series with spies and what not, I would recommend you reading this.
After you finish this series, Anthony Horowitz also wrote another series called “The Power of Five” and it is supernatural. I have read the first book of that series and loved it. I will review that series once I finished it but it is good too.
I know that I have said this before but this time I stress it. Get out to you local library and read this series. If not the whole series at least the first book. But once the first one is over you will want more.

Alex Rider – The App

Now here is something you WON’T find in your library.


Alex Rider is a very popular book among many people. The story is about a teenage spy who has to save the world many times. I absolutely love this series and guess what? There is now an app for Alex Rider fans. And here from the Official Book Website of Alex Rider:

Transform your iPhone or iPod Touch into the ultimate MI6 covert weapon with the FREE Alex Rider Ultimate Gadget app!

Now you can join the world of international espionage as an agent for MI6 – Britain’s top-secret intelligence agency. Arm yourself with high-tech gadgets, receive mission notifications, recruit agents and join Alex Rider on his next mission!


  • GADGETS: X-Ray, Infared and Night Vision, Lie Detector, Hypnotizer, Bug Finder and more!
  • MISSION FILES: Excerpts from all nine books in the series including an exclusive seven-chapter giveaway of book one: STORMBREAKER
  • FOOTAGE: Trailers and video message from author Anthony Horowitz
  • AGENT INFO: Recruit agents and receive assignments from the chief executive of the Special Operations Division of MI6″


Download the Alex Rider Ultimate Gadget App!




Stormbreaker (Alex Rider Series #1) by Anthony Horowitz


They said Ian Rider was dead, but Alex knows there is something fishy about his death. And when he sees the bullet holes in his Uncles car, his suspicions are confirmed. But no amount of training can prepare him for what he is about to find out and do. Nothing can prepare him to find out that Ian Rider, the Uncle he always thought he knew, was a spy for Britain’s top-secret intelligence agency. Alex suddenly gets himself caught up in the world of spy’s. Suddenly playing a game of cat and mouse with no way out.


This book inspired the movie Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker . This was an extremely good book. It was exciting, packed with action. This book is a sort of a boy’s book. It is about a boy who is a spy. I read it because one of my friends (who is a boy) recommended it to me. I actually thought it was really good. This is a series (8 books in total) and I have read the whole series and I have to say they were all really good. The first one was one of the best because it was like an introduction into a whole new world. One that no one would know of. When I read this book, and all the others, I just got sucked in. They are really good and exciting.

Anthony Horowitz is an excellent writer. His writing makes you want to read more and he makes the characters come alive. I thought I was part of the action. I will definitely read the series again because it was so good. I really hope that you enjoy it too.