Still reeling from the terrible discovery he has made about his father, teenage MI6 superspy, Alex Rider, is determined to find out more. Travelling to Italy, he manages to infiltrate the glamorous world of Claudia Rothman, beautiful society hostess and member of the international criminal organization, Scorpia. She reveals that Alex's father was murdered by MI6, in an operation masterminded by Head of Special Operations, Mrs Jones. Shocked and angry, Alex faces a choice: to continue to work with the British security services, or to become an agent for Scorpia, and get revenge. This edition of Scorpia is currently unavailable to customers in the USA. For more information, please email Customer Services
For readers aged: 9+
- Publication details:
Published: 01 Apr 2005
- Size: 198 x 129 mm
- Pages: 384
Molly age 11 wrote:
I love all of the Alex Rider Books, but this one beats the rest!
jack age 14 wrote:
looks amazing i havn't read it yet but i can't wait to
This book is a really good quick read!
It has so many good surprises. The ending is really sad really awesome book.
dallals age 13 wrote:
i love your book i think it is the best
yev age 12 wrote:
so a i was wonding in scorpia after he gets shot does he die???
abhi age 14 wrote:
i like the alex rider books best
charly age 18 wrote:
i am not from england but i love that book in german.
christopher age 9 wrote:
I think alex rider is the best book I've ever read (being me I read loads)
Sana'a age 14 wrote:
I have to admit your books are capturing.......awesome job! Loved the 2nd book and you've got some pretty ingenious ideas...
Royce age 13 wrote:
Best book series i've read, this one is ahead of snakehead.
james age 9 wrote:
This book is really good with many surprises with some cheak and cleaver thinking. The ending is a bit sad but other wise a really good book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
LILY age 10 wrote:
although i haven't read that 1 yet,i wish Anthony will keep writing books of Alex Rider series,not only just 1 extra chapter in snakehead.He will be writing a snakehead book with 1 extra chapter in it.[i've checked on his website!]
lam age 12 wrote:
I'm not from England but here in Greece many people like Alex Rider books and it's one of the best book I have ever read
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best book ever, i know people who hate to read, but they read Alex Rider books.
Michael age 10 wrote:
It was a good book. But Ark Angel became more exciting than Scorpia. If you ask me to rate it from 1 to 5. I'd give it a 4.
boots age 11 wrote:
great book but i knew he wouldn't die because if he did why would there be a 6 book
mark age 12 wrote:
i love Alex Rider I haven't read Scorpia yet but I'm sure from the rest of the reviews it will be a very good book. I hope I eta chance to read it soon
spike age 7 wrote:
im not too far in the book but im still looking forward to the tenth book-yassen. best book series ever...
apart from maximum ride, tehe.
cammy age 10 wrote:
THE BOOKS ARE SO GREAT I CAN'T FIND WORDS TO EXPLAIN
Adam age 11 wrote:
The best Alex rider book of the lot.One of Horowitzs best beaten only by necropolis
Kane age 13 wrote:
Very interesting and well thought books, real good series, but at the end of scorpia does alex imagine his mother or is it real?
a secret age 11277 wrote:
i loved scorpia!!!!!!!!
can't wait to read ark angel.
P.S Alex rider is totally sick
Angel age 13 wrote:
People may say I am too old to read this series, but I LOVE them! Even my dad enjoys quickly reading through them! VERY addicting and FUN!!!!! I wish he wrote more Alex Rider books instead of horor series!!!
Haha-mystery name! age IDK wrote:
I wish the books were longer...they are soooooo GOOD!!!!!! :D
'Featuring high-speed chases, death-defying stunts and man-eating tigers, this brilliant adventure ends with a fabulous (and controversial!) cliffhanger: Up there with Artemis Fowl and Harry P.' The Independent
'If you were to ask a boy aged between 8 and 12 who his greatest fictional hero is, the answer would probably not be Harry Potter, but Alex Rider.' The Times
'Will last forever as one of the children's classics of our age.' The Times