“…my life has been a remarkable one. Maybe one day someone will write a book about me . . .”
“I’ve never much cared for horror stories.”
No sooner has Alex splashed down off the coast of Australia than he finds himself sucked into another adventure. This time he’s working for ASIS – the Australian Secret Service – and his target is the criminal underworld of South-East Asia: the ruthless world of the Snakehead.
“Snakehead” was better than I expected. Anthony Horowitz made this book a lot more informative (in the way of Alex’s family’s past) and with lots of new plot twists. he’s gotten kinda redundant in some of his books…
…but still Alex Rider is Alex Rider.
Snakehead was really, really cool. It had lots of mystery and lots of parts that had importance in the end. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and was in suspence to the end. It was a great page turner that amazed me with its incredibleness
“I didn’t set fire to the building.”
“No, but you did pull it into the river.”
“That put the fire out!”
“Oh-do be careful with that! That’s my Buddha hand grenade. Twist the head twice and throw it and anyone within ten yards can say their prayers.”
“You weren’t in any real danger. We knew exactly where you were all the time.”
Snakehead? What an unusual name . . .
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