Alex Rider #6: Ark Angel

Injured, burnt out and laid up in hospital, Alex Rider vows to put his spying days behind him. But even a hospital bed isn’t a safe place for Alex… as he discovers when Force Three, a deadly group of eco-terrorists, break in. What do they want? Somehow, Alex finds himself in the middle of a war that seems to be connected to Ark Angel, a revolutionary new space hotel. This time, he will have to push himself to the limits, and beyond. From Cornwall to Cuba, from Point Blanc to Venice, Alex has always survived to fight another day. But will Ark Angel turn out to be his final frontier?

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  • I am listening to this book on an app. So far the book is really good. It has lots of mystery and a the end of every chapter I always want to find out what is going to happen next.

    I recommend this book to anyone who likes alex rider

    16 March 2017

  • Another epic Alex Rider adventure from Anthony Horowitz. I loved it, in this book Alex Rider becomes the youngest person to go to space.

    7 March 2014

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    6 March 2014

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    Brilliant mystery! Such a cliffhanger! Great book

    17 February 2014

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    Another AMAZING Alex Rider book. Full of suspence

    7 March 2013

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    Anthony Horowitz

    It’s 15 years since the first awesome Alex Rider adventure and they’re still the real deal, loved by millions worldwide.

    Awards

    Anthony’s awards include the Booksellers Association/Nielsen Author of the Year Award 2007, the Children’s Book of the Year for Ark Angel and the Red House Children’s Book Awards for Skeleton Key. In 2013 he was awarded an OBE for services to literature.

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