Sir Damian Cray: Millions adore him. He is a philanthropist, peace activist, and the world's most famous vintage pop star. But still it's not enough -- not if he is to save the world. Trouble is, only Alex Rider recognizes that it's the world that needs saving from Sir Damian... read more
Alex Rider is spending his vacation in France when while on the beach, he sees Yassen Gregorevich. Out of the blue, the place where Sabina Pleasure's father is staying explodes. All is left is an article from his latest newsletter that burns to ashes after Alex Rider reads it. As if forced to... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Alex Rider is spending his vacation in France when while on the beach, he sees Yassen Gregorevich. Out of the blue, the place where Sabina Pleasure's father is staying explodes. All is left is an article from his latest newsletter that burns to ashes after Alex Rider reads it. As if forced to react, Alex Rider goes after Yassen Gregorevich, but ends up getting himself in a trap. From this point, he is stuck in a brutal bullfight as a tease that Yassen had decided to play. Later, Alex finds himself testing a new phenomenal new gaming system called Game Slayer created by a man named Damian Cray. He later finds himself to be the villain in a cruel joke to take nuclear missiles from America and set their sites on sites on destroying the people who have made a negative impact on the world. In the end, Can Damien be stopped? Alex doesn't have any help from MI6, can he defeat Yassen and Damien both very powerful men.
“Go to Venice. Find Scorpia. And you will find your destiny...”Yassen Gregorovich
“As the boy came closer, Franco was struck by the dark brown eyes set in a face that was somehow too serious for a boy of that age. They were eyes that had seen too much.”Franco about Alex
Alex got painfully to his feet. The saddle was lying next to him and he picked it up. There was a message underneath. He wouldn’t have been able to read it while the saddle was attached to the frame. If you can read this, you owe me a new bike. Smithers had a warped sense of humor.Highlighted by 67 Kindle customers
Alex watched her leave. So it was true what Yassen had said. Her last question had proved it. He knew who he was. The son of a contract killer.Highlighted by 59 Kindle customers
BIKE PUMP—SMOKE SCREEN MAGNESIUM FLARE HEADLIGHT HANDLEBAR MISSILE EJECTION TRAILRIDER JERSEY (BULLETPROOF) MAGNETIC BICYCLE CLIPSHighlighted by 59 Kindle customers
“Alex Rider!” he exclaimed. “I was hoping to see you again. What a lovely surprise! Come on over and have a drink—and let me tell you how you’re going to die.”Highlighted by 54 Kindle customers
“So how many do I get out of twenty?” Alex asked. Sabina considered. “Twelve and a half,” she said at last. “But don’t worry, Alex. Another ten years and you’ll be perfect.”Highlighted by 51 Kindle customers
run over by a car as she left Hyde Park. The driver hadn’t stopped.Highlighted by 38 Kindle customers
Heathrow Airport, near the main runway. The only car, apart from their own, was a burned-out shell. The ground was strewn with rubble and old rusting oil drums. Alex couldn’tHighlighted by 38 Kindle customers
existing in perfect harmony. He smelled lemons in the air. Pop music drifted from somewhere in the house. Alex recognized the song. “White Lines”: Cray was playing his own CD. The front door of the house stood open. There was still nobody in sight, so Alex walkedHighlighted by 37 Kindle customers
“Let me ask you a question, Alex. What do you think is the greatest evil on this planet today?” “Is that including or not including you?” Alex asked.Highlighted by 34 Kindle customers
CONTENTS PROLOGUEHighlighted by 30 Kindle customers
1. Not My Business
2. The Finer on the Trigger
4. Truth and Consequence
5. Saint or Singer?
6. The Pleasure Dome
7. Feathered Serpent
8. Rue Britannia
9. Blood Money
10. Pain Synthesis
11. The Truth About Alex
12. Pedal Power
13. Emergenct Measure
14. Unfari Exchange
15. Insanity and Cookies
16. Eagle Strike
17. "Fasten Your Seat Belts"
18. Richmond Bridge
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