S.T.O.R.M.: The Death Web (S.T.O.R.M., #5)
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S.T.O.R.M.: The Death Web (S.T.O.R.M. #5)

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S.T.O.R.M. are: Will Knight: Inventive genius. Creates cutting-edge gadgets. Andrew Minkel: Software millionaire. Founder of S.T.O.R.M. Gaia Carella: Brilliant chemist with a bad habit of blowing stuff up.

A scorned movie director is taking his dastardly revenge - on those who panned his latest film, and on the world When S.T.O.R.M. take a trip to Palm Springs, they discove...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published February 6th 2009 by Macmillan Children's Books
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The final book featuring the S.T.O.R.M team sees them head to L.A. in the hope of finding out what happened to Will's father. As always in the series there's lots of gadgets and technology which make it all seem more real. An American equivalent of S.T.O.R.M was a nice idea but overall I would say this book is not as engaging as it's predecessors. The end result is really predictable and the ongoing plotline of Gaia and Will having a crush on each other dragged a bit.

Still a great boo but disap...more
Melanie Au
Action-packed novel with plenty of super technology. There's very little character development but it may be a good recommendation for those who like the Alex Rider series. Different from the Alex Rider series in that kids are working in a team. Includes a little romance. For upper elementary and maybe even middle school readers.
Enjoyable characters, fairly good plot. More in the range of my 2010 Ideal Reading List than my 2012 version, though. It doesn't go flop like most other most-anticipated sequels of childrens' series' do, so good. No second read through or Beyond Awesome, though it was one of the best I've read.
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E.L. Young is a science and technology journalist with extensive knowledge of the gadgets that appear in the story, all of which are based on real-world inventions or projects currently in development. Young writes for New Scientist, a British science magazine, also published in the United States. She learns about the latest and most important research in all kinds of fields and gets to go directl...more
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