Meet Alex Rider in his first adventure: Stormbreaker!

Stormbreaker, by Anthony Horowitz, is an awesome book filled with tons of action. If you like reading action books or like mysteries then you want to read this book because it is one of the best books I have ever read. A kid named Alex Rider lives with his uncle named Ian Rider. One day he arrives at home and the police come to his house. His uncle is dea, they said he died in a car accident but Alex Rider doesn't believe them. Throughout the story he finds clues that his uncle's death was not a car accident it was a murder. Read this book and help Alex find out what really happened to his Uncle. ~Tyler, 7th Grade

I read the book Stormbreaker. This book has seat-rising action that glues your eyes to the book. Alex finds out in the middle of the night that his uncle died in a car accident, according to the police. He grows suspicion that this is not true. he went to the junkyard nearest to the street that he died. He found his uncle's car with bullet holes. This means it was not an accident. He almost dies trying to find out about what happened. He later discovers a secret that few people knew. He gets involved in dangerous groups of people trying to find the secret of his uncle's life. I would highly recommend this book to people who like action, mystery, and realistic fiction. ~Will, 7th Grade

I read Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz. It is the first book in the series of Alex Rider adventures. It is a great book. Alex goes through hard times when his uncle dies in a car wreck but Alex thinks that people are lying about the way his uncle died. He always wore his seatbelt wherever he went. You will like this book if you like great books. ~C.J., 7th Grade

Stormbreaker is an action-filled book that takes place in England. It is about a twelve-year-old boy named Alex Rider whose uncle was killed supposedly in a car accident, but that was a lie. Throughout the book Alex tries to find out who really killed his uncle Ian Rider, who was a spy. This book has many action sequences including a heart-beating scene when Alex almost gets killed in a junkyard. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes action-filled books. ~Chance, 7th Grade