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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz

pg. 141
The story is told by 14 year olf Alex Rider so the vocabulary isn't really advance. It affect the story bacause if it was an adult that was shoved into this spying possiton then it wouldn't be so dramatice because adults are smarter then kids when it comes to split second dission making. Also Alex is able to use his youth to make people believe he is innocent when he isn't. As a reader I like the fact that he is a young person that is put in this possition because i find that it is easyer for me to relate to then a 30 year old person that has 3 kids.


  1. This sounds like an interesting book. I remember when every one got really into them. Reading about people our own age is a lot more interesting then reading about older people. Sometimes older people have more conflict that seems to be more mature. You'll have to tell me whether you like the book or not!

  2. Does the less mature writing style take away form the book at all or does it make it more interesting?? Also is it just Alex telling the story or do you get other character's input through out the story??


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