Dear Anthony Horowitz,
I usually don't pick up a book and get drawn into it within the first couple pages. This book was different. Ark Angel was intriguing because I could relate to the feeling of being somewhat alone. Being a kid, I definitely wish that adults would give me the respect and honor that Alex Rider got from M16 and the respect that he didn't get from Nikolei Drevin.
Whenever I look up at the moon, I think of it just as any other kid would, a round, somewhat unknown object that isn't really that far away. Reading the chapters of Ark Angel where Alex is en route and on the moon completely changed my perspective of life, the world, and outer space. I would adore having the view that Alex had, looking out into the otherworldly abyss at our minute world we live on. I fin it remarkable that a fourteen-year-old like Alex could change the world the way he did.
After reading Ark Angel, my view of the universe has changed. I realized that even some kid like me from northeastern Iowa could make an impact on the world, just like Alex Rider has done in so many adventures.