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Monday, April 13, 2009

6th Grade entry - Operation Stormbreaker

6th graders at WOMS have been invited to post guest entries on my blog for YA books they’ve recently read. This is Dillon’s entry. Thanks, Dillon!

Operation Stormbreaker
Anthony Horowitz
Penguin Group press, 234 pg.

In Operation Stormbreaker Harylod Sayles is a cruel guy. He has made these storm breakers that are advanced computers that put you in the game virtually. The problem is he is sending them to every school in London . The storm breakers are being injected with poison that will probably kill not thousands but millions of innocent children. All because when Darius was a kid he was picked on and bullied and now he is getting payback. Will he take the lives of millions of children.

Alex Rider is a fourteen year old special operations spy. He has blond hair and is adventurous and brave. He lives in London. He back talks and gets in a lot of trouble. Whenever he is told to do something he pretends not to hear the person talking.

I liked the characters and the way they acted. They were brave and courageous. They don’t listen to their moms and back talk all the time. I especially liked that they stand up for themselves and others. They’re good role models sometimes. Like Alex Rider he is a good role model because he is not afraid to stand up for what he believes and he stands up for people that are getting bullied I think that is what a good role model should be.

I think my friend would enjoy this because we like the same things. Were not afraid to stand up for what we believe in and we both like the same genre of books along with everything else in the world

Submitted by Dillon P.

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