Book Description A collection of inspiring and heartwarming true stories of angelic involvement in near death experiences, from the author of the hugely successful An Angel At My Shoulder From the Inside Flap of heartwarming true stories of angelic involvement in near death experiences. See all Product description.
To get the free app, enter mobile phone number. See all free Kindle reading apps. Don't have a Kindle? Rider 7 February Language: Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Customer reviews There are no customer reviews yet. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a product review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. This book is so full of fluff and nonsense it makes you wonder if the author doesn't just pump this stuff out by the bucket load in order to make a dollar. She's "spiritual", which is short for saying that she hasn't got a clue theologically from a Biblical perspective.
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Since 's Moonraker, sending spies up in space was almost a taboo. But in the sixth edition of the AR series, Horowitz has made it sensational to read and even more fantastic to imagine. Major thumbs up, the best!
Usually cloning would be a rather overlooked thing, but it was pitched perfectly in this book. Especially the fight at the end, absolute gold! The last book in the series is one of the best. One of the saddest plots of the series though, with one of the main characters dying. But that makes the book even better.
Alex is the edgiest he's even been in the final installment. A very good book, although slightly overrated. Scorpia is still a good read, with scintillating twists and turns. Pretty dry at first, but livens up later on. Shortest book in the series, but still a fan favourite. One of the more overlooked books in the series. Entertaining, but not as good as the first three. Those two are tied for seventh. Skeleton Key is an entertaining read, but somehow the plot just becomes rather unrealistic and Snakehead was good fun, but it lacked a glue that previous stories had.
Probably the most disappointing entry into the Alex Rider series. Although it has its good moments, such as Alex winning the poker game and the car veering off a cliff, the book seems rather strange and the plot sometimes seems a bit ridiculous. I won't give it a miss, but probably not up to the standards of the previous books.
View all 9 comments. Sep 15, Aaron Newcomb rated it it was amazing. Very good series so far. Very interesting and action filled. Highly recommend to anyone who likes action. Dec 27, Winter Sophia Rose rated it it was amazing. Nov 18, Lola rated it really liked it.
Not many people would do what Alex Rider did, or am I wrong? And Alex, modest as ever, wants nothing in return. On the contrary, he keeps doubting and questioning the circu Oh, my.
On the contrary, he keeps doubting and questioning the circumstances in which he was kidnapped. Alex and MI6 are a team again, though it will take time before he can forget what happened in the previous sequels. LOVED the action scenes. The guy on my book cover looks I want Alex to grow up physically too, not just mentally. May 11, Jerome rated it liked it. In this book Alex is 14 years old. The book begins with him in the hospital evidently the fallout from something at the end of book 5.
Ark Angel (Alex Rider, #6) by Anthony Horowitz
In short order, he's disabled 4 men and then is kidnapped by a 5th while Alex is trying to prevent the kidnapping of the patient in the room next to him. He almost has a finger chopped off, must escape a burning building from a locked room, almost gets killed in a vicious go-cart race, sees the death of a big-time soccer star, has a secret meeting with the CIA, In this book Alex is 14 years old. He almost has a finger chopped off, must escape a burning building from a locked room, almost gets killed in a vicious go-cart race, sees the death of a big-time soccer star, has a secret meeting with the CIA, gets locked away in an underwater wreck while scuba-ing, sneaks into a guarded spaceport, is locked into an animal cage, is sent into space, has a life or death fight in a space station, moves a bomb, and barely detaches from the station in time to avoid sure death.
All this in approximately pages. Sending a freaking kid into outer space with a few injections and some brief instructions was a bit much And the terrorists at the beginning figure that locking Alex into an old building and setting it on fie from the basement is th ebest way to kill him View all 3 comments. Feb 20, Mitchell Mcconnell rated it it was amazing Shelves: In the book Ark Angle it was about an English schoolboy who was only 14 years old.
The story seems to sort of have 2 different stories to it but it is still one story. In all the books they take place in London the main characters name is Alex Rider, in the begging of the book he tends to all ways make trouble and in the middle of the book he ends up being safe and at the last 40 pages he In the book Ark Angle it was about an English schoolboy who was only 14 years old.
In all the books they take place in London the main characters name is Alex Rider, in the begging of the book he tends to all ways make trouble and in the middle of the book he ends up being safe and at the last 40 pages he tends to be in the worse life or death situation. My favorite part of the book was the ending when he has about 25 seconds to get into the escape pod in Ark Angel, which is supposed to be the first hotel space satiation in space for tourist. This book so far in the series is my favorite and met past my expectations. What made me read this book was title sounded cool.
I recomened you read it. View all 4 comments. Feb 05, Nikki rated it really liked it. Poor Alex can't catch a break, but the escapes get more crazy with every book! Feb 10, Brandon V rated it really liked it. This book is really good, I like how the CIA keeps getting alex to come back and do one more job for them. Mar 28, Lillian Bittle rated it it was amazing Shelves: This one was action packed and full of suspense and mystery. Nov 03, Yulia rated it liked it. This is the 6th book in the Alex Rider series and one were Alex has little to do with MI6 at all, but seems to be 'at the wrong place, at the wrong time'.
Honestly I don't really know why but this book didn't really pull me into it as much as the others. I feel like the plot here was much more predictable, and what he was expected to do by adults simply insane. However I have to say that in the end i did enjoy it despite the predictable plot. Alex Rider was as always a fun character to read about This is the 6th book in the Alex Rider series and one were Alex has little to do with MI6 at all, but seems to be 'at the wrong place, at the wrong time'. Alex Rider was as always a fun character to read about, especially the way he seems to get out of absolutely any situation.
I mean I didn't know it straight away but i did know it as soon as the CIA said they had an agent there. I also knew straight away that Magnus Payne was Kaspar.. I really don't know how i connected that but probably because of how his face was described as fake looking.. I did enjoy that Alex actually got to speak to someone more his own age, but I don't think they will meet again I really don't know what else to say about this other than the fact that I really want read the next book so i can get to the last one I can't wait to read about that assassin Dec 11, Marte Patel rated it liked it Shelves: Read more Read less.
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