Eagle Strike

The Graphic Novel

Eagle Strike

Relaxing in the south of France with his friend Sabine and her family, reluctant MI6 agent Alex Rider is able to be like any ordinary 14-year-old. That is until a sudden attack on his hosts plunges him back into a world of violence and mystery - but this time MI6 don't want to know.

Eagle Strike: An Alex Rider Graphic Novel

Eagle Strike: An Alex Rider Graphic Novel

Teen superspy Alex Rider faces a pop star bent on world destruction and a lethal group of assassins in graphic novel adaptations of two of his thrilling adventures. When his relaxing holiday with Sabine Pleasure and her family is interrupted by a ruthless attack, teenage MI6 agent Alex Rider knows it’s no accident. Determined to hunt down the hit man who sent Sabine’s father into a coma, Alex plunges headfirst into a world of violence and mystery, uncovering a sinister plan to start a nuclear war. And once the missiles are launched, Alex has just ninety minutes to save the world. . . .

Alex Rider

Alex Rider Graphic Novels, Alex Rider Novels, List of Alex Rider Characters, Stormbreaker, Point Blanc, Snakehead, Ark Angel, Eagle Strike

Alex Rider

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Alex Rider graphic novels, Alex Rider novels, List of Alex Rider characters, Stormbreaker, Point Blanc, Snakehead, Ark Angel, Eagle Strike, Scorpia, Point Blanc: The Graphic Novel, Skeleton Key, Scorpia Rising, Alex Rider: Stormbreaker, Stormbreaker: The Graphic Novel, Skeleton Key: The Graphic Novel, Alex Rider: Secret Weapon, Alex Rider: Christmas at Gunpoint, Crocodile Tears, Alex Rider: Incident in Nice. Excerpt: This is a list of protagonists and antagonists from British author Anthony Horowitz's Alex Rider series. This includes characters from the novels, the film, the graphic novels, and the short stories. The following is a list of antagonists, major and minor, from Anthony Horowitz's Alex Rider series, listed alphabetically. Anthony Sean Howell, more commonly referred to by his initials, ASH, is a major character in Snakehead. Ash was born in England and worked for MI6 with John Rider. On a mission to capture Yassen Gregorovich, he was badly injured and demoted. He eventually quit his job because he was jealous of his best friend John Rider, Alex's father, who was considered one of MI6's best operatives. He then went to work for ASIS in Australia. Alex Rider first meets him in Snakehead when he wanders into a minefield. Ash tells him not to move and leaves, claiming he will get help. This was later found to be a test, to see how Alex would react. Alex discovers that Ash is his godfather after meeting with Ethan Brooke, head of Covert Action for ASIS. The idea of learning more about his past lures Alex into working for ASIS, alongside Ash, investigating the ruthless Snakehead. They are sent on a mission together to infiltrate the Snakehead by posing as Afghan refugees trying to gain the Snakehead's help in illegally immigrating to Australia. At the end of Snakehead, when Major Yu's oil rig is attacked by...

The Eagle Strikes

The Eagle Strikes

The Eagle Strikes weaves terrorism, conflict, libido, bigotry, technology, and suspense into a fact-filled fictitious novel. When The Eagle set his goal of Universal Freedom for all Mankind, he expected objection and misunderstanding, but he also knew people tired of accepting corruption in government as a way of life. A prominent and catastrophic event showing total lack of government control could easily incite rebellion. He would provide that event, and another step toward a second Golden Age of Freedom would be complete. An exceptionally well structured thriller, full of suspense, and believable. Both the climax and resolution are highly satisfying.

Stormbreaker

Stormbreaker

After the death of the uncle who had been his guardian, fourteen-year-old Alex Rider is coerced to continue his uncle's dangerous work for Britain's intelligence agency, MI6, in this manga adaptation of Horowitz's novel.

Quite a Ride

An Alex Rider Special from Philomel Books

Quite a Ride

In this thrilled, action-packed 13-page E-special, Alex Rider's training is put to the test! Just a few months into his new life as Britain’s top superspy, Alex Rider is in need of some serious r&r. But what should have been a fun, relaxing vacation on the south of France turns deadly. Alex will need to use all of his training to get out of this tight spot, because there’s more than just his life at stake in this nail-biting story.

The Complete Horowitz Horror

The Complete Horowitz Horror

Presents a collection of horror stories that feature everyday items that have sinister qualities.