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Point Blank follows along in the story after Stormbreaker. It is an enjoyable read and has a fun twist at the end.
posted Jan 29, 2009 at 12:53PM
A crazy headmaster has made clones of himself and shaped to look like sons of rich people. After two freak accidents, Alex is sent into investigate. Will he be able to save the world a second time or will he fail?
posted Jun 7, 2009 at 11:39AM
I agree. This book is better than the first. Anyone know when the movie comes out???
posted Dec 15, 2009 at 4:20PM
Alex Rider is a fourteen-year-old MI6 spy. He just recently has finished saving the world from a deadly virus, when he is called back into action. This time, he is sent to investigate a school in the Alps called Point Blanc, where the juvenile-delinquent alums are becoming nicer, more orderly-and identical-overnight. Will Alex find out what is going on and escape with his life? I'd give this book an eight out of ten. The very ending was quite confusing.
posted Dec 26, 2009 at 10:14AM
Point Blank is the second book in the Alex Rider series. Alex Rider, a reluctant teen spy is going undercover in a Swiss boarding school, following the deaths of two of the boy’s dads when they return back home. Is it a coincidence? Alex goes undercover to find out. What he discovers is more than he could have ever imagined. This book is great for anyone looking for a action packed novel. I would strongly recommend it, but be sure to read Stormbreaker first. (The first book in the series, Point Blank is the second.)
posted Jun 9, 2013 at 1:33PM
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Can speak many languages; drives a car; blackbelt in karate; investigating a series of mysterious deaths at an elite prep school for rebellious kids.