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Kan Hong Yik

on 12 May 2010

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Transcript of Snake-Head

Snake Head Anthony Horowitz, is born 5 April 1956 in Stanmore, Middlesex, into a rich family. His father works for the prime minister, Harold Wilson. He has written many teenage's novels, including The Power of Five, Alex Rider and The Diamond Brothers series and has written over fifty books. At the age of eight, Horowitz watched his father in bankruptcy, removed from his wealth and Job, and very soon his dad died. About the Author As an unhappy and overweight child, Horowitz enjoyed reading books from his father's library. At this point, Horowitz knew he is going to be a writer. By: Dexter Kan The Plot
Snake Head is book number 7 out of the whole Alex Rider Series. About the Book
Major Winston Yu, the antagonist of the story, ships a bomb; code-name Royal Blue, from Sydney to an island located in the Pacific Ocean. A Grand meeting is held on the island, with many presidents and ambassadors from many different countries.

On the other hand, Alex Rider, a teenage spy will try to stop Major Winston Yu and defuse the Bomb The Characters Static characters Dynamic Characters Anthony Sean Howell Major Winston Yu Jack Starbright Alex Rider Authors Writing Style Anthony Horowitz likes to use very strong adjectives to produce vivid pictures in the readers minds. e.g: ". . . Alex had never felt anything like it. The very air had been turned into a giant fist, a boxing glove that pounded into him ---hot and violent--- and for a moment he thought he must have broken a dozen bones. He couldn't hear. He couldn't see. The inside of his head was boiling. Perhaps he was for a few seconds, but the next thing he knew, he was lying on the ground with his face pressed into a clump of wild grass and sand in his hair and eye. His shirt was torn and there was a throbbing in his ear. . . " Thank You
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