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Nightshade

By (author) Anthony Horowitz
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 2nd Apr 2020
Dimensions: w 135mm h 216mm d 31mm
Weight: 569g
Interest age: From 9 to 12 years
ISBN-10: 1406389293
ISBN-13: 9781406389296
Barcode No: 9781406389296
Synopsis
Get ready for action, adrenaline and adventure in this explosive, brand new Alex Rider mission by bestselling author, Anthony Horowitz. In this adrenaline-fuelled adventure in the number one bestselling series, Alex Rider is sent by MI6 Special Operations to infiltrate a new and sinister organization known only as Nightshade. Alex is on his own, with the fate of thousands of people resting in his hands.

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It's a chunky book and all the better for it. Filled with the usual pulse-quickening adventures from the teen super-spy, expect your young readers to disappear inside it's pages entirely. Great. * Angels & Urchins * Fizzling with suspense, Nightshade is fast paced and thrilling - a delight for newcomers and old fans alike. It's difficult to keep up the momentum in a series that began two decades ago, but once again Horowitz proves he is a master of his craft. Hopefully, this is not the last we shall see of teen hero Alex Rider. -- Megan Baynes * Belfast Telegraph * Anthony Horowitz is second to none at writing pageturners that children are desperate to read. Now he's back with Nightshade, his 12th gripping adventure about teenage superspy Alex Rider. -- Emma Lee Potter * Sunday Express (S Magazine) * Pacy and ingenious, as usual, this novel demonstrates a high level of philosophical complexity as it considers the nature of cults, religious extremism and our responsibility for each other, as well as involving karate, explosions and jumping out of planes. -- Nicolette Jones * The Sunday Times & The Sunday Times Ireland * As ever, the plotting is meticulous and the pace relentless, but what is new is Alex's dawning compassion for other children. * New Statesman *