Raven’s Gate

raven\'s gate

Raven’s Gate by Anthony Horowitz

This is a great book for someone who love action movies with full Dolby sound blasting on a wide screen plasma TV. It is the first part of The Gatekeepers series and is full of action, excitement and twists. This installement begins the tale, and tells how Matt, and orphan from London, gets mixed up in an ancient Satanic plot to bring back some serious EVIL into the world. It starts off when he is busted trying to rob a warehouse with a supposed friend, and is given a choice between going to a juvenile detention facility and living with a Mrs. Deverill in the remote town of Lesser Malling. Can I just say that he should have chosen jail?

If you get engrossed by this book, try Horowitz’s Alex Rider books, available right here in the Berkeley High Library.


3 Responses to “Raven’s Gate”

  1. Naysomay Says:

    for fans of ‘ Children-save-the-world’ books, this is a must read. i adore it!

  2. Shamble Says:

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Shamble.

  3. ME Says:

    It is awesome!!!!!!

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