S.T.O.R.M.: The Infinity Code - E.L. Young, Emma Young Oh, you know ... the typical teenage spy book: barely any substance, some ludicrous evil plot, flat characters, bland writing, and a few explosions. Woop-dee-doo. Don't get me wrong, there are good adventure/action type books out there, but I'm guessing they must be hard to write. There has to be a certain balance between the action and the character development, which was lacking in this book. Really, I had to end up skimming through most of it because I got bored, and the writing was really irritating. It was like: "I am going to write. In lots of fragments. Because I think it makes everything intense. Really intense." URRRRGH that kind of writing irritates me SO MUCH!! Like, fragments are okay in moderation, but when every single sentence is a fragment it gives me a headache. So, basically, I didn't really like it ...