Sequel: Artemis Fowl, the Arctic incident.
Accelerated Reader AR 50 10090
Reading Counts RC 62 10140
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A young criminal named Artemis Fowl must recover his memories of the fairy world and save the human world from colliding (again!). With the help of his body guard, dwarf friend, and elf friend, he must defeat an evil fairy.
Artemis Fowl is a crimal mastermind, and his trusty friend, and bodyguard, Butler, who has been with master Fowl sine the day he was born, have discovered that fairies, elf's, and all those mystical creatures are real! With the help of a fairy, he gets the creatures book, or fairy bible,and wants to kidnap a fairy. He succeeds and kidnaps LEProcon's first female police officer, Holly Short. Now, the whole LEP police force must get there former officer back by giving Artemis Fowl a lot of gold, at the end, Artemis Fowl gives half back the gold given to him, if Holly promises to heal his mother's depression from him father being lost for 2 years. Reluctantly, she agrees. Artemis Fowl then let's go of Holly, and everything works out in the end, except that Artemis Fowl now knows the secrets of the under ground fairy world, and will now continue to learn all about them in his next books, and will meet up again with his enemys.
Artemis Fowl is a really good book because there is no antagonist, there is only two competing protagonists. One of the protagonist is more of a group called the LEP. Artemis Fowl is the other protagonist. His goal is to get fairy money from the LEP, the fairy police, by giving them a ransom note because he had kidnapped one of their officers.
Artemis Fowl is one of the greatest criminal minds the world has ever seen-and he’s only 12 yrs old! Thanks to his superior hacking abilities, Artemis discovers the existence of “The People”-otherwise know as faeries, trolls and leprechauns. He learns that if he can find a copy of “the Book” he will have access to their vast treasure of gold. With his skilful sidekick Butler at his side, Artemis quickly locates and decodes The Book’s secrets-making him the first person in history to do so. What he doesn’t know is that he is now being hunted down by the LEPrecon’s finest Fairy commando-Holly Short. If you like your fantasy fast and funny with a healthy dose of originality check this out.
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Other: some intense crude humor. Parts of it I don't mind, but others.... it would be way better without that stuff.
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"Stand back human you don't know what you dealing with." - Holly
"Nothing is nothing," commented Artemis cryptically.
"I don't even like lollipops."-Artemis
"Trust me. I haven't been wrong yet."
The story began several years ago at the dawn of the twenty-first century. Artemis had devised a plan to restore his family’s fortune. A plan that could topple civilizations and plunge the world into a cross-species war. He was only twelve years old at the time..
isn`t artemis a girl`s name? - everyone
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