Artemis Fowl and the Last Guardian

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Artemis Fowl and the Last Guardian


Gayle, Colin, NATE Classroom


Artemis Fowl and the Last Guardian

Eoin Colfer

Puffin 2012

ISBN 9780141340814

Hardcover 12.99 [pounds sterling]

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Eoin Colfer is at his best with the last instalment in the Artemis Fowl series. As with the calling of time on the Alex Rider series, a period of mourning seems justified. But before then, Artemis Fowl and the Last Guardian is a great way for Eoin to bring an end to Artemis' adventures. As a whole, the series has had a number of golden moments, most notably within the first and second books. The Atlantis Complex--the preceding book to this last magical tale--delivered a slight glitch in the Artemis programming, but happily, both Artemis and Eoin are back to their ingenious best.

It is the smart and snappy dialogue, alongside the superfast switching between scenes that have made this series a highlight for any fantasy-fiction fan. These hallmarks make Artemis Fowl and the Last Guardian the page-turner we all expect from such an adventure.

Artemis faces his stiffest challenge against his fiercest nemesis Opal Koboi. Two great criminal minds head-to-head ... it was never going to be easy for Artemis or anyone that chose to help him. …

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