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Ã Artemis Fowl ë Download by ↠´ Eoin Colfer SPOILER FREE review if you will not open the spoiler tags How does one describe Artemis Fowl Various psychiatrists have tried and failedWORLD BUILDING All the fairies, elves, dwarves, goblins, trolls live in the underground world This world has its own technology which is beyond our comprehension and have their own laws CHARACTERS Artemis Fowlof courseDoesn t this name sounds Awesome No need to say, he is a super genius criminal You know how old he is Just 12 YEARS Doesn t it sound odd An adolescent, with such intelligence who is devoted to crime But that s what makes this book different in my opinion.
I loved him I loved how he is written I loved his every move I loved his thinking OMG what should I say that I loved him sooo much Probably my most favourite male protagonist I have ever read Butler His bodyguard He is the most truste Want to meet the guy who s smart enough to take over the world Well he s twelve years old And his name is Artemis Fowl I have two words for this book GREAT FUN If you are at all young at heart or you just want to read something different from your usual fare, then check out this book Artemis will keep you entertained with his hijinks At the age of 12, Artemis is keeping his family afloat as they suffer from grief at the disappearance of Artemis Fowl, Sr, his father His mother has retreated into delusions and barely leaves her room The family is on the brink of bankruptcy, but not for long, if Artemis has anything to do with it Assisted by his faithful bodyguard, a very large, deadly, intimidating man would do anything for him, Artemis decides to steal his very own fairy to hold for ransom his very own pot of gold He doesn t rea Twelve Year Old Artemis Fowl Is A Millionaire, A Genius And, Above All, A Criminal Mastermind But Even Artemis Doesn T Know What He S Taken On When He Kidnaps A Fairy, Captain Holly Short Of The LEPrecon Unit These Aren T The Fairies Of Bedtime Stories They Re Dangerous Full Of Unexpected Twists And Turns, Artemis Fowl Is A Riveting, Magical Adventure Colfer has described this series as Die Hard, with fairies , which is a reference to an old Hollywood joke After the phenomenal success of that movie, a lot of writers started pitching their scripts as Die Hard, with blank , such as Speed Die Hard on a Bus , or Air Force One Die Hard, on Air Force One , or, as the joke goes, the unfortunate who wanted to make Die Hard, in a building.
If you have actually seen Die Hard, you might recall Hans Gruber, the wealthy, cunning, erudite, European villain played by Alan Not Just Snape Rickman But in this book, the European criminal is the main character, suggesting Colfer views the movie in the same light as Barney Stinson of How I Met Your MotherHans Gruber Charming international bandit In the end, he dies hard He s the title character So, already, we have some interesting c Artemis Fowl Artemis Fowl, Book 1By Eoin ColferNarrated By Nathaniel ParkerI borrowed this book from the library I figured everyone in the world has read this but me and thought I would catch up What a hoot Loved it I don t know what I thought it was going to be but I didn t expect a 12 year old genius villain My goodness, I thought it was great The fairies, dwarves, trolls, and the silly things that happen, I giggled so much It was so silly I can see why kids love this book I am definitely going to read If my grandkids haven t read these I am going to tell them about it Funny The narrator was wonderful with all the variety of voices from the fairy girls to dwarves Each different and interesting, wonderful job Artemis Fowl Artemis Fowl, 1 , Eoin ColferArtemis Fowl is a series of eight science fiction fantasy novels written by Irish author Eoin Colfer.
Artemis Fowl is the first book in the Artemis Fowl series It follows the adventures of Artemis Fowl, a twelve year old criminal mastermind, as he kidnaps a fairy for a large ransom of 24 carat gold with the help of his bodyguard, Domovoi Butler and his sister, Juliet Butler, to restore the Fowl family fortune After multiple attempts by the LEP Lower Elements Police fairy police, including sending a dwarf called Mulch Diggums, it concludes with Artemis finally releasing Holly Short, the elf fairy, whom he kidnapped, and having his mother cured of madness in exchange for half of the gold that he had stolen from the fairies Also, the kleptomaniac dwarf Mulch Diggums, erroneously presumed dead, has taken some of the returned h 99c Kindle sale, Oct 11, 2018 A solid, amusing start to this YA fantasy series, about a twelve year old millionaire evil genius Okay, he s not really evil, but he is into criminal heists, especially since the family wealth is gone, his father has disappeared, and his mother is mentally ill, out of touch with reality So Artemis, having used his brilliant mind to figure out that fairies are real, decides to restore the family fortune by kidnapping a fairy and holding him or her for for ransom Fairy gold, that s the ticket Now Artemis and his assistants are up against the military and police forces of faerie The resulting conflicts are both funny and tension filled It s kind of like Mission Impossible with a magical element and a hidden society of magical folk Recommended I ve read the first four books got them in a paperback From the get go it appears Artemis Fowl is going to be about Artemis Fowl, a criminal boy genius with Sherlock Holmes like powers of deduction, but then bomb squad esque faeries take over the story and we end up spending just as much time, if not , reading about them That s fine since they re interesting and their story moves with a good dash of fun and excitement This is another of those books with a redeemable bad guy protagonist We shouldn t, but we do root for him, at least in some way, shape or form In the natural or typical way of things, that would mean the antagonists are good guys, who we re hoping won t succeed, at least not 100% I haven t tired of this formula just yet, plus Colfer has handled it well and crafted a fast, short read that doesn t give you much downtime to reflect on any potential fa
A 81% Very Good NotesIronically, it s the supernatural characters that follow familiar archetypes, while the humans are strange and atypical.
I had heard some mothers in a bookstore talking about Artemis Fowl and how good it was, so I finally gave in and bought the first book Summary Artemis Fowl is a child genius billionaire criminal mastermind who has discovered that fairies and the like are real and is seeking to exploit them He does this by kidnapping a LEPrecon for Lower Elements Police Reconnaissance The Lower Elements live underground, having been driven there by the Mud People or humans I decided that the book was not good in the first few pages The writing is not up to par Some of the dialogue seems like it came from two six year olds arguing about whose laser gun was better, when in fact all they have are cheap squirt guns A child s imagination is an amazing thing, but the words they use to describe their imagination is quite another In addition to the bad writing and dialogue, the plot is also p