The Gatekeepers #1: Raven's Gate - Anthony Horowitz

The Gatekeepers #1: Raven's Gate

By Anthony Horowitz

  • Release Date: 2006-10-01
  • Genre: Fiction
Score: 4.5
From 48 Ratings


The internationally bestselling author of STORMBREAKER and EAGLE STRIKE plunges strikingly into Stephen King territory in this chilling first installment in a powerful new series.

Matt is being punished for a crime he saw, but didn't commit. Instead of being locked up, he is being sent to the middle of nowhere to live with a new foster mom, as part of a government scheme called The Leaf Project. But Matt's new home provides anything but peace and quiet. His new guardian is involved in very sinister things . . . and the whole town seems to be on her side. Everybody who tries to help Matt winds up disappearing . . . or dead. The truth is much bigger than Matt or the town -- but Matt is the only person who can stop the ultimate evil from being unleashed.


  • This book was AMAZING!!!!

    By itouyax
    I read this book a month or two ago, forgot to review. Anyways, I personally loved the great plot and how the suspense kept a reader reading! I recently read Evil Star, and it was the same deal. I notice similarities between The Gatekeepers series and the Alex Rider series. The main characters’ backstories (e.g. Matt, Alex Rider) have a familiar backstory among the two series. I like how you allow your writing style to flow from from book to book in more than one series! Speaking of which, I recently finished the first nine books in the Alex Rider series, looking forward to getting Never Say Die and Russian Roulette. In short, all your books are amazing and I love your work. I would write more if I wasn’t so tired, but I will still finish both the Alex Rider series and The Gatekeepers series as quickly as possible; I still want to know what happens next!
  • Amazing

    By (galaxy_dreamer)
    Anthony Horowitz has done it again. I absolutely love this book. I love how Anthony describes the characters, places, and especially all of the emotions. It gets tense, crazy, and really emotional. It is an amazing work of writing. I've read the Alex Rider series as well, and if you love them, you'll love The Gatekeepers as well. I recommend this book for 14 year olds and older. -Little Young Me 🤗
  • Great

    By Aaron Segal
    This is a great book for kids 10-14 I loved was one of the best books I've ever read
  • An amazing book

    By User 125 N
    This book will simply keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the entire thing.there's no way you can put this book down once you have started are constantly in suspense as to what will happen next!