Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Do you like the Bourne (movie) series? James Bond? All those action/adventure movies that are in the theater right now? (I haven’t seen A-Team and I haven’t heard anything about it, for the record). Then I’ll bet you’d like Stormbreaker.
Stormbreaker isn’t the type of novel I’d teach; it’s a surface novel. But the action sequences are described in such a way that the reader can clearly visualize what’s happening to Alex.
I liked that Alex wasn’t perfect. He didn’t go off on his mission and not run into trouble (or slips of the tongue) the first time he met his mark. He’s what I imagine Agent Cody Banks would be like. And bonus: there’s a movie. When I get home, it’s definitely going on the queue.