Artemis Fowl

by Eoin Colfer

Artemis Fowl coverHe's rich, he's smart, he's evil, and he's only twelve years old. Artemis Fowl, an Irish mastermind-slash-millionaire, embarks on an impossible journey to uncover the hidden world that nobody knows about: the land of the fairies. Is he crazy? Maybe. But he might be on to something.

My initial reaction was that it was funny, in a sarcastic "I can't believe he said that" kind of way. The plot is fairly new, and the characters are portrayed in a way that is enjoyable; although I couldn't follow the storyline sometimes, it was overall a good book, but it didn't make me want to rave about it.

I would recommend the book to fantasy lovers or people who like a good dose of evil-mastermind-protagonist in their reading rituals. However, readers beware: the series sours after around the 4th book, The Eternity Code, so be prepared.

Erica, 16


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