By Anthony Horowitz
Whilst an research right into a sequence of mysterious deaths leads brokers to an elite prep university for rebellious teenagers, MI6 assigns Alex Rider to the case. ahead of he is familiar with it, Alex is putting out with the sons of the wealthy and strong, and anything feels incorrect. those former juvenile delinquents have became well-behaved, studious—and identical—overnight. it is as much as Alex to determine who's masterminding this nefarious plot, sooner than they locate him.
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