Scorpia Rising

Scorpia Rising

Book rating: 05 Paperback Horowitz

By (author) Anthony Horowitz

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  • Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 432 pages
  • Dimensions: 128mm x 196mm x 36mm | 358g
  • Publication date: 11 October 2011
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1406310492
  • ISBN 13: 9781406310498
  • Edition statement: Trade Paperback.
  • Illustrations note: 1-COLOR
  • Sales rank: 2,906

Product description

This gripping final mission brings together Alex Rider's old enemies to frame the teenage superspy in an unstoppable plot of revenge, from which he can never return. Pursued from Europe to North Africa and Cairo's city of the dead - this is the twistiest and most deadly plot of any Alex Rider mission yet, and will reveal Smithers' ultimate gadget and see the shock death of a major character.

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Author information

Anthony Horowitz is the author of the number one bestselling Alex Rider books and The Power of Five series. He has enjoyed huge success as a writer for both children and adults, most recently with the latest adventure in the Alex Rider series, Russian Roulette and the highly acclaimed Sherlock Holmes novel, The House of Silk. His latest novel, Moriarty, is also set in the world of Sherlock Holmes and was published in October 2014. Anthony was also chosen by the Ian Fleming estate to write the new James Bond novel which will be published this year. Anthony has won numerous awards, including the Bookseller Association/Nielsen Author of the Year Award, the Children's Book of the Year Award at the British Book Awards, and the Red House Children's Book Award. In 2014 Anthony was awarded an OBE for Services to Literature. He has also created and written many major television series, including Injustice, Collision and the award-winning Foyle's War.

Customer reviews

By Renee 29 Jun 2011 5

Great book. I loved reading every bit of it but almost cried when I found out who died. I recommend this book to people who loved reading the other Alex Rider novels.