Skeleton Key has arrived at the library at last! Book three in the Alex Rider series is soooo great! I was kind of disappointed Wolf didn't show up again, though.
In this one, Alex meets up with a man from M16 while at a sports game. The man offers him a chance to go to Wimbledon as a ball boy. After uncovering a plot to ensure a certain tennis player wins, M16 sends him to pose as the son of two CIA agents who are traveling to an island near Cuba - Skeleton Key.
I really liked the villain in this one. Sarov is very human. He knows Alex is a threat. He has the power to kill him - and every reason. But he won't because Alex reminds him of his son Vladimir. He's actually willing to let Alex become his son. If Sarov's crazy plan goes though, that would mean Alex could have almost anything he wanted. But Alex does everything in his power to stop him. Sarov honestly believes what he's doing is right, too.
Well, that's all for now! Adios!