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Point Blank by Anthony Horowitz
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Feb 08, 2012

really liked it
Read in December, 2012

Point blank is a very well written book. It starts off with Alex Rider, a 14 year old school boy who happens to by a spy. He finished his his first mission from british intelligence, or M16, concerning new release of stormbreaker computers. He is now going to be sent behind enemy lines again as he will try to find clues about a school high in the mountains for rich families and bad kids. Two parents of kids who sent their children to the school recently died. The man, Mr. Roscoe had a nervous feeling and called Alan Blunt, the head of M16. He will be sent to his new family. He will learn information about the family to the nearest spec. Alex gets teased by his pretend sister who thinks nothing of him, only that he is a snobby city boy. Alex lives with the family for about a week and then the vice principle comes to talk to the parents and then pick Alex up. Before that, Smithers, an inventor for M16, gives Alex a few usefull tools for Alex as he is too young for a gun.
This book is a great book and I would suggest anybody to read the book.

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