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As a special preview for MAKE’s upcoming Alex Rider Dream Gadget Contest, we’re giving away two copies of Eagle Strike by Anthony Horowitz, part of the Alex Rider series! Just leave a comment in this post and tell us why you or your kid(s) needs one of these books. That’s all you need to do to enter! Please make sure you include your email address in the comment form field (it won’t be published). All eligible comments will be closed by Noon PST on Sunday, November 8th. The winners will be announced next week on the site. Good luck! For a sneak peak at Eagle Strike, check out a sample chapter at MAKE.

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12 thoughts on “Reminder: Alex Rider Book Giveaway

  1. My 16-year-old son loves Horowitz’s books! He would be so thrilled to have this novel. We bought him a few of the earlier books when we were in England last year (not easy to find them locally) and they’re already dog-eared and well-loved!

  2. My Son loves the series. He digests books faster than a pepperoni pizza. He loves the Rider series and the Diamond Brothers. The only thing that could make him put one down is if a evil doctor ripped his heart out!

  3. I’d love a copy of this book to add to my classroom library. As a teacher of sixth graders, I’m always looking for ANYTHING that will motivate my boys to read. This series does it! They absolutely love the suspense and James Bond style, and I know they enjoy being able to relate to a character that is their age.

  4. I’d love to add this book to our library. The titles we have in our afterschool program are getting a bit stale, and as great as the Twilight series and Harry Potter books are, they really don’t inspire kids to explore science and technology.

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Becky Stern is a Content Creator at Autodesk/Instructables, and part time faculty at New York’s School of Visual Arts Products of Design grad program. Making and sharing are her two biggest passions, and she's created hundreds of free online DIY tutorials and videos, mostly about technology and its intersection with crafts. Find her @bekathwia on YouTube/Twitter/Instagram.

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