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Crocodile Tears by Anthony Horowitz
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Apr 27, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2010-2011
Read in April, 2011

Alex Rider is a teenager who wants to live care free and actully wants to go to school like a regular teen and hang with friends. It is because his "regular" life is him being a spy and stopping evil corperations or gangs or what ever his secret agency M16,asks him to do. But when some dude from the press comes and tries to expose Alex, he has no other choice but to do a favor for M16 and for them to take care of the press man. It seems tough being Alex, yet fun. Wouldn't be bad to be a spy, but it's dangerous. With all of Alexs near death experiences. But then again he has awesome skills, cool gadgets, and knows lots of languages. It's a life of danger and adventure, and it's not for me. I'm happy with my normal life at home and at school with all my friends, and that's something he's probably jealous of. And that means alot to me.

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