Stormbreaker is an amazing and enthralling novel by Anthony Horowitz. This novel follows the unique and innovative storytelling technique of Anthony Horowitz, which involves high drama and stunning documentation of events. This novel is the first in the book series of Alex Rider. This first book presents a spectacular opening to the series and keeps the readers glued till the end. This particular book is about an exciting adventure of Alex Rider. This book has sold over nine million copies worldwide, and was listed on the BBCs The Big Read. The book received many awards including the California Young Reader Medal, Wisconsin Golden Archer Award and Rebecca Caudill Young Readers Book Award. In 2006, a movie was released based on this novel.
Alex Rider, the protagonist of this novel, comes to know about his uncle's death and he is stunned as his uncle was his guardian. However, Alex digests this news and focuses on the SAS training exercises. After completing his training, he sets for a mission along with his secret tools. The other character of this novel, Middle-Eastern multi-billionaire Herod Sayle, brings a lot more on the table and the platform is set for a sensational adventure. Sayle wants to distribute his state-of-the-art Stormbreaker computers to every school children in the country, but there is something more about these computers. Packed with thrill, drama and pace, this novel depicts how Alex Rider completes his first adventure in his own and exclusive style.
Anthony Horowitz is a famous English writer who writes mainly on suspense and mystery. He has also contributed significantly for television, contributing numerous scripts to ITVs Agatha Christies Poirot and Midsomer Murders. His book series for children have become very famous and have got international acclamation. Some of his popular book series include The Diamond Brothers series, the Alex Rider series, and The Power of Five series (aka The Gatekeepers).
For online shopping, this book is available in paperback binding. It has an ISBN 10 number of 1844280926 and ISBN 13 number of 978-1844280926.