Alex Rider Stormbreaker

Alex Rider Stormbreaker

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  • I thought he was dead...
  • When Alex entered the Science Museum, everyone were astonished, including Harrod Sayles, who thought he was dead. Alex knew that the activate button would send a virus all around the Europe, but the prime minister and Alan Blunt didn't. Alan was happy and scared to see Alex but he trusted him.
  • Activate
  • Who is he and why is he here?
  • Alex. What are you doing here?!
  • AH!
  • Alex shot a bullet at the prime minister's hand so he cannot hit the button. He shot another bullet at the button to blow it up so Sayles couldn't hit it. Harrod Sayle ran while Alan was confused what just happened. Lasers now also pointed at Sayles as he was running away as a scared cat.
  • OW!!!
  • AH!!!
  • What is going on?
  • STOP!
  • He shot Harrod Sayles and everyone knew he was the bad person while the prime minister was taken away from the madness. Alan was impressed from Alex and patted Alex on the back.
  • Good job man. The training paid off. Tell me what happened in the office.
  • The prime minister was really impressed and appreciated Alex's work. And Alan was happy but he had a ton of questions in his mind. Alex was still scared about shooting the prime minister in the hand and making a big mess. But when he looked at the prime minister, he didn't seem disappointed at all. 
  • How did he come here? How did he know? Why did Sayles run away?
  • Today, this young man saved our lives and 1000s of lives...
  • While the prime minister appreciated Alex, Harrod Sayles sat in a silent UH-60 Black Hawks helicopter and swore revenge. When he entered the helicopter, he found that Mr. Grin, the pilot, was missing. He said he will be there when they arrived but he is missing. Now, he had to take the risk of flying it. And because he swore for revenge, he had to do it.
  • How did you get there? How did you know something might be wrong? Why don't you answer.
  • Are you not impressed what I did there?
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