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This Is For All The Fans Of The Alex Rider Series

Okay, so basically just express your opinions, likes, dislikes, etc. Feel free to ramble, but don't get off topic please.


What I liked about this series, is the romance between Alex and Sabina Pleasure. Disappointingly, after reading Crocodile Tears I'm afraid that it might not return! Does Anyone else feel this way? I mean, a kiss on the cheek doesn't tell much in my opinion.


I'm also thankful Yassen's dead. He wasn't really that big of a role. Plus I like a new adversary on each novel, rather than a reoccurring one. Thoughts?


Regardless, I'm thrilled to read the upcoming novel Yassen. I think it will be very interesting to get a look at what went on inside that head of his, whether he was influenced into his field of expertise, or if it as his own choice. 


And does anyone else hate Mr. Blunt half as much as I do? Lol.



The hunter's motivation is fueled by his victims cries.
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Re: This Is For All The Fans Of The Alex Rider Series

I've only read the first book of the alex rider series

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Registered: ‎12-29-2009
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Re: This Is For All The Fans Of The Alex Rider Series



I dincerly hope they keep this romance going.

With that said I cannot wait until I get my copy of Crocodile Tears,

It sounds just a phenomenal as every book Anthony Horowitz has ever written.

The Alex Ridder Series belongs up there with all of the other spy classics out their like James Bond and Jason Bourn.