|“||The series that has reinvented the spy genre||”|
—Alex Rider (series) review
The Alex Rider novels are a series of books about the adventures of reluctant teenage spy Alex Rider, written by award winning British author Anthony Horowitz. They are told in third person narrative, but one of the short stories is told in Alex's first person point of view. Currently, the series consists of four short stories, ten novels, and one spin-off.
- 1 Books
- 1.1 Related to Series
- 1.2 Non-Canon
- 2 Other Works
- 3 About
- 4 Official Websites
- 5 References
Related to Series
So far the series is comprised of ten novels focused on Alex Rider's adventures in the world of espionage. In chronological order.
Enemy: Herod/Darrius Sayle (See main article)
Enemy: Dr Grief (See main article)
Enemy: General Alexei Sarov (See main article)
Enemy:Damian Cray (See main article)
Enemy: Julia Rothman (See main article)
Enemy: Nikolei Drevin (See main article)
Enemy: Winston Yu(See main article)
Enemy: Desmond McCain(See main article)
Enemy: Abdul-Aziz Al-Rahim(See main article)
Enemy: Vladimir Sharkovsky(See main article)
A spin-off novel on assassian Yassen Gregorovich's life.
Never Say Die
Enemy: Giovanni and Eduardo Grimaldi(See main article)
These books are not part of the Alex Rider series. Rather, they go deeper into each of Alex's adventures, such as gadgets or information not given in the canon novels.
Alex Rider: The Mission Files
Alex Rider: The Gadgets
Several short stories written by Anthony Horowitz have been released in other publications such as the Sunday Times.
It has been planned that each novel will have a corresponding graphic novel.
The Stormbreaker film (dubbed "Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker" in North America) was based on the original Alex Rider series' first novel: Stormbreaker.
The video game was based on the movie adaptation of "Stormbreaker."
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An Amazon Prime web television series that adapts the Alex Rider book series.
Some miscellaneous things about the series.
The Alex Rider series is categorized as spy-fiction and thriller for "espionage elements" and "exciting situations."
- Anthony Horowitz official website
- Alex Rider United Kingdom official website
- Alex Rider North America official website