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Longueur : 300 pages Word Wise: Activé Composition améliorée: Activé
Langue : Anglais

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[Editor's Note: This is a combined review with THE ARCTIC INCIDENT and THE ETERNITY CODE.]--Colfer's series features two complex societies: the wealthy, if felonious, above-ground world of the human Fowl family and the elaborate, technologically advanced underground world of the fairies. Artemis Fowl, the 12-year-old scion of a famous Irish crime family, sets out to restore the ancestral fortunes depleted by his father's supposed death at the hands of the Russian mafia. The young criminal mastermind's plan rests on the kidnap and ransom of a fairy. The ransom demanded will be fairy gold. Into this world of adventure, corruption, and extraordinary technology comes narrator Nathaniel Parker, who has a distinct voice for everyone--from the young Master Fowl to the kidnapped LEPrecon (Lower Elements Police) Captain Holly Short and the astonishing computer genius of the fairy world, the centaur Foaly. Parker creates a complete pantheon of accents and pacing to complement Colfer's worlds. The sequels, in which Artemis--strangely developing what appears to be a conscience--invokes the help of the fairies to save his father (THE ARCTIC INCIDENT) and to rescue both the humans and fairies from the evil Jon Spiro (THE ETERNITY CODE) maintain the impeccable voicing and pacing developed in the first book. The recurring characters are instantly recognizable from one book to the next, encouraging the listener to suspend disbelief and become completely immersed in the escapades, often laced with humor, of Artemis and his various companions. While the pronunciation the Vietnamese surname "Nguyen" may startle some listeners, and the 1940s-style Asian accent is somewhat stereotypical, this does nothing to diminish the rip-roaring adventure. Parker's splendid narration should lead to family listening that might just encourage discussion of truth, friendship, and loyalty. S.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 4437 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 300 pages
  • Editeur : Puffin (3 juin 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0141339098
  • ISBN-13: 978-0141339092
  • ASIN: B00358VHRO
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Composition améliorée: Activé
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 13 commentaires client
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I absolutely loved this book! It's different from Harry Potter but just as good. Yes, I admit I had to look up some new vocabulary that Artemis and the other characters used, but I didn't mind.
The book is about this master genius boy who is a criminal but he is also the protaganist (the good guy) in this book. He, like anybody, wants gold. He figures out that fairies, who live underground, have a plethora (a lot) of gold. I won't say anymore because it might give it away, but let's just say he gets caught up in some stuff that he wasn't really expecting. The fairies use magic to try and defeat him.
I think the age group for this book is 9-14. The vocabulary is a little difficult and there are a few profanities.
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Gold Star Award Winner!

I've been trying to find a new series to hold me over until the next HARRY POTTER book--and I've finally found it. Meet Artemis Fowl the Second, a twelve-year-old genius who doesn't want to go to school, is worried about his mother's fragile mental health, is preoccupied with his father coming back from the dead, and who is determined to add to his family's coffers by any means possible. In a word, Artemis is an evil genius, and you just can't help but love him. Or hate him. Or love to hate him. Or hate to love him. Or...well, you get the picture.

Artemis, along with his bodyguard/manservant/butler ironically named, of all things, Butler, Artemis sets out on his greatest, and most ambitious, scheme to date--discover the secrets of the fairy world, and relieve some of said fairies of their precious gold. After all, they have plenty to spare, and since Artemis Fowl the First lost a vast majority of their fortune, the Fowl family needs to pad the coffers.

So off Artemis sets on a world jaunt to discover the secrets of the fairies, and his ambitions and delusions finally pay off--he meets an alcoholic sprite who, in exchange for the return of her magic, lets Artemis get a good look at her Book. The Book, you see, contains all the mandates, rules, and regulations (along with a slew of secrets) of the fairy world--and now Artemis Fowl is able to hatch his nefarious scheme.

Artemis discovers that the fairies must adhere to very specific rituals to renew their powers, so along with Butler, he sets out on a stakeout to catch himself a fairy. Hoping, of course, that he can hold said fairy for ransom in exchange for some gold.

What Artemis didn't include in his calculations, however, was Captain Holly Short.
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Most books I read that are for young adults are based around pure violence, for example the alex rider books. That series had a lot of fight scenes on it. But this it's fantastic, cunning yet Action-packed. I think it is such a marvellous adventure, because without all the fighting, more the espionage and the intelligence of really adds up!

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I absolutely loved the whole plot, I think it was a fantastic idea to instead of just put humans (aka: the mud people) they added fairies and other magical creatures. My favourite part in the book was towards the end when the LEprecon send the dwarf into fowl manor to retrieve information on how fowl knows so much about the fairies.
If you've never read this Artemis fowl I highly recommend it!
Be warned, stay away from the adolescent criminal, ARTEMIS FOWL!
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'Artemis Fowl' shares much in common with Rowling's Harry Potter books. They both take place in a universe much like our own, but with a dash of magic thrown in.
Both books are aimed at a younger audience but have hints of darkness in them. In the Harry Potter books, Harry and the gang are on the lookout for evil sorcerors and magical creatures. In '...Fowl' the main character is a deceptive and evil plotter. Hardly a role model.
But '..Fowl' is an enjoyable book. I suspect that, like the Harry Potter books, it will coerce youngsters who are non-readers into reading. It has the requisite amounts of fantastic creatures and excitement that should keep readers up well past their bedtimes.
However, my praise isn't wholehearted. One of the major plot points of the book is the kidnap of a female police officer. Another significant scene involves flatulence. There's a lot of violence in the book. No characters are killed, but there are several scenes with hitting. Most intriguingly, and in one of my favorite lines, there's a scene where a character says 'Moriarty, Holmes, they both like the same with the flesh scorched off their skulls'. Now I like this kind of humor, but I question whether it's appropriate in a book aimed at children.
'Artemis Fowl' is a charming engaging fantasy that will delight readers and is a relatively quick read (particularly in comparison to the huge Harry Potter tomes). I look forward to the alluded-to sequels.
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Voici un roman qui donne accès à une littérature palpitante et facile aux enfants, à partir de 8 ans. Les jeunes lecteurs les moins assidus à la lecture se trouveront entraînés malgré eux dans les aventures inattendues de ce garçon surdoué. Impossible de leur faire lever le nez de ce roman plein de rebondissements, adieu consoles de jeux, télévision et autres détrousseurs d'imagination de nos enfants, ce roman permet par son approche simple et bien écrite de les plonger dans un monde imaginaire qui leur redonnera le goût de la création et de l'imaginaire.
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