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The stakes get higher in #1 NYT bestselling author Anthony Horowitz's latest masterpiece.As the fourth novel in the spellbinding Gatekeepers series begins, the world is under the greatest threat it's ever known. The evil corporation Nightrise has amassed an immense amount of power . . . and the devastating force of the Old Ones is about to be unleashed around the globe. To stop this from happening, Matt and three of the Gatekeepers head to Hong Kong--not just the modern city of skyscrapers and wealth, but the secretive underworld beneath. In Hong Kong they will meet the final Gatekeeper, a girl named Scarlet, whose fate is inextricably joined to their own....
Anthony Horowitz is the internationally bestselling author of the Alex Rider series which is now published in more than twenty countries with sales in the millions. He has also won several awards, including the Red House Book Award for Skeleton Key – voted for entirely by children. Anthony knew he wanted to be a writer from the age of eight and after graduating from the University of York he was published for the first time when he was just 23. As well as writing books, he has created many successful television dramas including the BAFTA award-winning Foyle's War, Midsomer Murders and Poirot. He is currently working on a major supernatural series, The Power of Five, which begins with Raven's Gate. It was inspired by a simple thought. “Would it be possible to write something like Lord of the Rings - but to set it here, now, in the real world?” Anthony explains. “Isn't it more exciting to imagine these great battles with all their magic and mystery happening in the very high street where you live, just out of the corner of your eye?” Anthony Horowitz lives in North London with his wife and two sons. He writes in a small studio and is almost always accompanied by his trusty writing companion, a chocolate Labrador named Lucky Dog.