Skeleton Key Graphic Novel (Alex Rider) Paperback – 6 Dec 2012
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A stylish new edition of the acclaimed graphic novel adaptation of Alex Rider's third thrilling mission.
About the Author
Anthony Horowitz is an award-winning childrens author, writer for television and creator of the phenomenal bestselling Alex Rider and Power of 5 series as well as the Diamond Brothers Detective books all published by Walker Books. He lives in central London. Antony Johnston is an award-winning author of more than a dozen graphic novels, and has also written video games, books and animation. He reinvented Marvels flagship character Wolverine for manga, and adapted many of Alan Moores prose works into comic form. He lives in north-west England.
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Top Customer Reviews
My son loves graphic novels and these books do remain faithful to the original storyline, plus the books have excellent artwork. Anything which encourages children to read is fantastic; so if your child is daunted by longer novels, then possibly graphic novels could be the way to get them interested in books. Of course, they should be enjoyed just for what they are – which is good and exciting reads, with lots of child appeal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this version by mistake for my grandson and have not done anything with it.Published 17 months ago by Margaret Fellows
Great way to encourage boys to read by writing the story as a comic strip.Published 18 months ago by D. Norman
This novel was the best I've ever read! I could barely put it down! I quite desperately recommend this book to anyone wanting to buy it.Published on 16 Mar. 2014 by Cheryl Dempsey